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Entries tagged with “Film Review”

Awakening the Fire

R. Carlos Nakai and Will ClipmanCanyon RecordsNot counting birdsong, cicada rhythms, and ocean waves, the most ancient music on earth was probably created by the human voice. Next …

Film Review: "Yoga Is: A Transformational Journey"

This documentary from 2012 follows filmmaker Suzanne Bryant as she seeks healing and transformation of spirit through the practice of yoga. Bryant, a successful…

Film Review: 100 YEARS: One Woman’s Fight for Justice

100 YEARS: One Woman’s Fight for JusticeMelinda JankoFire in the Belly ProductionsIn the 1880s, the U.S. Federal Government became trustee of vast amounts of land owned by Native A…

Film Review: A Will For The Woods

A Will for the WoodsDirected by Amy Browne, Jeremy Kaplan, Tony Hale, and Brian WilsonOVERWHELMING UMBRELLA PRODUCTIONS, INC “I’d like to use whatever time I have left to…

Film Review: Before the Flood

Before the FloodFisher StevensNational GeographicMovie star and longtime environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio and director Fisher Stevens travel across the world to learn more …

Film Review: Desert Dreams

Celebrating Five Seasons in the Sonoran Desert

Film Review: Desert Dreams, Celebrating Five Seasons in the Sonoran Desert

DIRECTED BY THOMAS WIEWANDTIt took four years for filmmaker Thomas Wiewandt to bring his mesmerizing Desert Dreams to the screen. It took decades longer to develop the transcendent…

Film Review: Food Chains

Food ChainsDirected by Sanjay RawalSCREEN MEDIA The ghastly labor practices that America’s food workers have to endure are nothing new—everybody from John Steinbeck to Cesar C…

Film Review: GMO OMG

Directed by Jeremy SeifertJeremy Seifert’s advocacy documentary GMO OMG isn’t the first film to express concern over genetically modified crops. Nor, unfortunately, is it even clos…

Film Review: Hungry for Change

Hungry for Change: A New Look at Dieting and Healthy Living Over the past several years, food documentaries have become immensely popular. Teaching us about factory farms, process…

Film Review: Inuk

Directed by Mike MagidsonInuk opens on a haunting scene from its protagonist’s childhood, as young Inuk (Ivaq Morch) witnesses the freezing, drowning death of his father (Hendrik Q…

Film Review: Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet

Kahlil Gibran’s The ProphetDirected by Roger AllersGKIDSThere are few things in life more glorious than the sound of Liam Neeson reading lines from the great poet Gibran’s The Prop…

Film Review: One Track Heart - The Story of Krishna Das

Directed by Jeremy FrindelKrishna Das—an American chanter of an ancient Indian devotional music known as kirtan—was born Jeffrey Kagel on Long Island in 1947. He grew up playing ba…

Film Review: Paulo Coelho’s Best Story

Paulo Coelho’s Best StoryDirected by Daniel AugustoMUSIC BOX FILMSThis biopic about the internationally best-selling writer of The Alchemist isn’t quite the hagiography you might e…

Film Review: Remote Area Medical

Remote Area MedicalDirected by Jeff Reichert, Farihah ZamanCANDESCENT FILMSThe titular organization at the heart of Jeff Reichert and Farihah Zaman’s documentary was originally cre…

Film Review: Seasons

SeasonsJacques Perrin and Jacques CluzaudMusic Box FilmsDirectors Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud specialize in enchanting, nonnarrative nature documentaries that portray life f…

Film Review: Seed: The Untold Story

Seed: The Untold StoryJon Betz and Taggart SiegelCollective Eye FilmsDocumentaries about the environment and food safety are a dime a dozen, but here’s a topic that’s rarely portra…

Film Review: The Search for Freedom

Directed by Jon LongITM FILM AND THE EARTH NETWORKWe’ve gotten lots of documentaries about surfing, skating, and other types of action sports over the years—from the Endless Summer…

Film Review: Unacceptable Levels - Do You Know What's in Your Water Supply?

DIRECTED BY ED BROWNDirector Ed Brown is not your typical activist, nor is he one of those thought leader types who pretend to have all the answers. As he presents himself in this …

Film Review: We Are the Giant

We Are the GiantDirected by Greg BarkerMusic Box FilmsGreg Barker’s documentary about the Arab Spring has a subtle conceit at its heart. It follows three different stories of activ…

Film Review: Zaytoun

Directed by Eran RiklisIn Israeli director Eran Riklis’s sensitive drama, Fahed (Abdallah El Akal), a tough young Palestinian boy living in war-torn Beirut in 1982, finds himself s…

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