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  • Antarctica: A Year on Ice
    'Antarctica: A Year on Ice' Movie Review
    As kids we’ve all been fascinated by National Geographic specials on exotic locales around the world. In order to make ‘Antarctica: A Year on Ice,’ first-time documentary filmmaker Anthony Powell captures through time-lapse...
  • I am Santa Claus
    Movie Review: "I am Santa Claus" takes a look at the men in the red coats
    Ever wondered what it’s like to be Santa Claus? The documentary “I am Santa Claus” takes a look at the lives of a group of people for whom donning on a red suit and growing a beard is not just a job, it’s a way of life....
  • The March of Time
    Old-time radio, 11 December: The show Henry Luce didn't really like
    On the same day as Congress declares war against the Third Reich, in Pearl Harbour’s immediate aftermath and countering the Reich’s and Fascist Italy’s declarations against the United States, one of old-time radio’s most...
  • ‘Red Lines’: Syria from activists’ eyes
    ‘Red Lines’: Syria from activists’ eyes
    It’s easy to want change, to talk about change, but acting on it is another story. The new documentary ‘Red Lines’ by directors Andrea Kalin and Oliver Lukacs follows two passionate activists, Razan Shalab al-Sham and Mouaz...
  • Mentor:DVD Review
    'Mentor' DVD Review
    In the United States, teen suicide has become a national concern. There is not one place in the U.S. that is clean from this plague. Yes, it's a plague when thousands of teens are dying from suicide. It's bad enough that school is harder...
  • Edith Wharton: The Sense Of Harmony, DVD Review
    'Edith Wharton: The Sense Of Harmony' DVD Review
    Edith Wharton lived in period of time we sometimes call the Gilded Age. She was born in 1862 and would die in 1937. Wharton would see the end if the Civil War though she would have known little about it at the time. She would grow up in a time of...
  • Monkey Kingdom
    Disney Nature releases debuts trailer for Monkey Kingdom
    The Disney Nature series has been around for some time, but the last couple of years has been getting a bigger push thanks to the success of some theatrical runs of films like Chimpanzee and Bears. This year they are taking audiences into the...
  • National Gallery
    National Gallery - from standing on line to sitting on the Board
    It's difficult, expensive and time consuming to visit major world capitols and museum hunt, so films like 'National Gallery' give the second best opportunity to enjoy great works of art. The big screen and cutting edge cinematic...
  • Idris Elba
    ‘The Idris Elba Project’ to hit Discovery Channel
    Idris Elba has just unveiled the first project to develop out of his co-production deal with Shine North. As reported this morning by Deadline, “The Idris Elba Project” will be a six part series that will air exclusively on the...
  • ‘I Am Not A Rockstar’ marks U.S. digital debut
    ‘I Am Not A Rockstar’ marks U.S. digital debut
    Director Bobbi Jo Hart is stepping up her game with an 8-year exploration into the world of the young concert pianist, Marika Bournaki, in the feature documentary ‘I Am Not A Rockstar.’ The film will be released on digital platforms...
  • Nicola De Stefani on the production of a commercial for Jeep Wrangler
    Interview: Multi-talented producer and rugged outdoorsman Nicola De Stefani
    When it comes to the production side of creating hit films, documentaries and commercials, Nicola (Nick) De Stefani has fulfilled almost every role imaginable, however his most consistent title over the past 25 years has remained that of producer...
  • 'Fagbug Nation' DVD Review
    'Fagbug Nation' DVD Review
    It was 2007 and a young graduate student awoke to find her VW Beatle had been vandalized. Erin Davies at first was very upset but she then took the vandalism as symbol of pride. She let it alone, drove the car for a year, and then went one step...
  • 'The Army Of God' Cult
    Part II. 'Strange Cults In America & I Escaped A Cult'
    The meaning of that meant that the older woman still had a shred of herself with which to think for herself to a semblance, and that the very fact that she even had one thought rendered her not brainwashable enough. Maura suffered so much during...
  • 'Drug Lord: The Legend of Shorty' is an Informative Documentary Musical
    'Drug Lord: The Legend of Shorty' is an Informative Documentary Musical
    Angus Macqueen and Guillermo Galdos went above and beyond the call of duty to make “Drug Lord: The Legend of Shorty.” The two directors searched for El Chapo Guzman, a notorious Mexican drug kingpin, with an on-camera interview in mind...
  • First haircut after 25 years.
    Bob Larson 'Strange Cults In America' &'I Escaped A Cult' Part I.
    She lost all of her decision-making capabilities. After the escape she thought she would be fine, She did not understand that a form of P.T.S.D. envelopes the lives of some ex-P.O.W. cult escapees forever. She cried at knowing how to do simple...