Virunga, one of Doc Soup Man’s rave docs of the year, will be available on Netflix beginning November 7, 2014. What does this mean for the film, and for Netflix’s position in the doc world?Continue reading this entry »
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World Cup 2010, South Africa. Photo by Marcello Casal Jr//ABr The World Cup has been grabbing vast swaths of attention for the game of soccer, and providing a raison d’être for some serious-minded programming focusing on the host country, South Africa, as well as the larger host continent. I’ve managed to catch some thin, yetContinue reading this entry »
There’s a new documentary, Kassim the Dream, that just came to a TV near you via video-on-demand last week. You can catch it if you have Time Warner and Cablevision, among other cable providers. It tells the story of Kassim “The Dream” Ouma, who was born in Uganda and was forced to be a childContinue reading this entry »
Last week, two docs from 2007, What Would Jesus Buy? and Darfur Now were released on DVD. They both disappointed at the box office. I think I know why. I don’t like to knock a doc when it’s down, but when I noticed that they were both hitting DVD shelves, I thought there’s something worthContinue reading this entry »