“Every record can have its own unique sound, depending on who has owned it, who’s touched it, where it’s been. That’s really important to me.” This movie makes you realize that these things should be important to you, too.
The cinema verite masterpiece is among the first non-fiction theatrical features to chronicle “regular” people going about their everyday lives.
The documentary is about “the power of the community and how rock and roll, and music in general, is worth fighting for: sometimes that means doing it yourself.”
Roy Cohn was much more pernicious than Joe McCarthy because he was far more adept at undercutting the relevance of so-called American values.
With its many virtues, Flannery isn’t the perfect film biography. It’s a shoot-by-the-numbers conventional PBS American Experience.
‘BCN left behind some big shoes, but they can be filled. And there are inspiring signs that the kids, not the grizzled veterans of last century, will do the filling.
This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen, one that I plan to view again and again.
Circus of Books is a hilarious film about a gay porn book store and its owners, “heartwarming” even, and it’s all true.
A critical look at this year’s Oscar-nominated documentary shorts.
Following the stories of these unique, gifted, and sadly overlooked individuals can be as gripping as the music they made together.