U.N. Me, the first film from director/producers Ami Horowitz and Matt Groff, had a modest festival run starting in 2009. Now, almost three years later, they’ve raised the money to release the film themselves.Continue reading this entry »
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I tend to be optimistic. When I hear about an exciting new documentary in the works, I immediately think of the best of possibilities. And, not too surprisingly, perhaps, the higher my expectations, the more I am disappointed. That’s what came to mind when I heard about a cool (careful, Soup Man) documentary project announcedContinue reading this entry »
Here are some doc-related links and musings that are on my mind: Other POVers who are on the ground at the ongoing Sundance are better placed than I am to discuss what’s hot and what’s not at the film festival. So this year, I’m reading about it from afar, and something in The New YorkContinue reading this entry »
Writing about documentaries ain’t what it used to be. Not that I would know — I’m just talking with my tongue in my cheek about the supposedly sepia-tinted times before docs were (relatively) big business. I recently wrote a piece for Spin magazine about the great doc, Anvil! The Story of Anvil, which is gettingContinue reading this entry »