Tag: documentaries

Trailer: The Times of Bill Cunningham

Street and fashion photographer Bill Cunningham candidly tells his story in his own words in the documentary The Times of Bill Cunningham. He was involved with the papers from the very start, as a young newspaper delivery boy on a bike, and then attended university at Harvard. After dropping out of Harvard, Cunningham began his …

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Sinatra in Palm Springs – The Place He Called Home

This month I had the pleasure of visiting Palm Springs, and of watching the recently released documentary on Frank Sinatra’s life in Palm Springs, and I must say that the film paints an accurate portrait of the beautiful desert oasis. One of the narrators of the film describes a Palm Springs neighborhood looking exactly the …

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Capsule Movie Reviews From the 2018 Florida Film Festival

The 27th Annual Florida Film Festival, produced by Enzian Theater and held throughout Central Florida each April, offers nearly 200 feature and short films from countries around the world, in addition to celebrity guests, special events, film forums, and parties. This year’s festival included competing films in narrative features and documentary programs, plus special screenings …

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‘Human Flow’ Gives a Voice to 65 Million Migrants

Director and producer Ai Weiwei gives us a powerful view of the 65 million migrants escaping climate change, war, and famine in the documentary Human Flow.  The Chinese artist and activist traveled for a year through 23 different countries on his own journey as a migrant to offer a realistic perspective of the refugee crisis, …

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Trailer: “Kedi”

The topic of this documentary is simple, yet brilliant.  They are a daily part of our lives, living in most every corner of the world, both outdoors and indoors and close to many of us.  Yet as often as we encounter them, they are still endlessly fascinating. Yes, Kedi is a documentary about cats, and the …

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