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  1. Hey y'all- While I am loathe to post the same stuff in two areas, I couldn't decide whether this was more film-like or musical. So, I'm posting in both places. Pardon if that is poor etiquitte. The crux of the situation is that I am currently working on a documentary about the band Luxury for which I am raising support via Kickstarter. A trailer can be viewed here: https://www.kickstar...y-autobiography or here https://vimeo.com/120423456 Here's a bit of background on the band: ____________________________________________________ THE BAND: Luxury is a band that began in the 1990's in t
  2. Greetings all- As some of you may know, I am currently working on a documentary about the band Luxury. I am raising support via Kickstarter (11 days left!) and a trailer can be viewed here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2019093747/luxury-documentary-biography-autobiography or here https://vimeo.com/120423456 Here's a synopsis: "Biography / Autobiography: A Story of a Band Called Luxury" will trace the path of Luxury, a band who, on the cusp of success, suffered a devastating wreck. In the intervening years, they continue to make records and three members of the band become Easte
  3. Overstreet

    Virunga (2014)

    Virunga has the 2nd-best rating of any 2014 film on Metacritic. And it's streaming on Netflix in the U.S. Well, there go my plans for the afternoon.
  4. Tucker

    Internet Machine

    Internet machine is a multi-screen film about the invisible infrastructures of the internet. etc. etc. I couldn't decide if this should be posted in this forum, or in the visual arts forum. It looks like it has a visual arts/installation piece feel to it, and I think it is. But it's still a film, so...
  5. I really liked this doc. Gave me a reason to watch Night of the Living Dead before seeing the doc. For a bad movie, Night certainly turned out to be an important work. My review Link to discussion of Night of the Living Dead
  6. I've got a challenge for you all. A colleague of mine is looking for movies or shows that mix traditional storytelling technique with actual interviews in a sort of half-fictional, half-vérité style. Previous examples include Reds (the "witnesses"), When Harry Met Sally (old couples), Band of Brothers (WWII veterans), and Bernie (mixture of actors and townspeople). Can anyone add to this list?
  7. (A&F link to Inside Job (2010).) From the film's website: Devastating scars are etched into the red earth as Sav Samourn ponders the future for her family in the deep jungles of Cambodia. Tumultuous waves pound against Sari Math’s boat as he navigates through waters being fished to extinction. The sewing machine taps and hums beneath Khieu Mok’s delicate fingers as she struggles to make money to pay off her family’s mounting debt. Against this backdrop A River Changes Course is a cinematically spectacular and sensory journey into the lives of three young Cambodians and their famil
  8. Hopefully I am not starting a duplicate...search was not pulling anything up. I remember seeing ads last year, but I kept missing it...Showtime had it in the on demand lineup, I added it to my queue and found out that it expired two days later and I never got to watch. I discovered it was back in Showtime's on-demand listings on Sunday and added it...turns out it expires today, so I watched last night. The basic gist of the documentary is following the punk artists of the mid-eighties-ninties and what happened when they went from being angry kids making music to piss off their parent to
  9. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sbw4Q_QQWo&feature=youtu.be From IMDB -
  10. I figured I'd share this with you guys. Today, a friend of mine (and also an excellent musician), Levi Weaver, premiered a teaser trailer for a documentary film that's currently in production. And you can help get it made! That being said, personal connection aside, I'm legitimately excited about this movie after watching the teaser trailer. Knowing Levi (and getting to witness a little bit of his journey in person), this film has real potential. Levi's music (particularly songs like "Spirit First," which is featured in the trailer) are some of the more poignant/thoughtful reflecti
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