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Entries tagged with “Film Reviews”

Awakening the Fire

R. Carlos Nakai and Will Clipman Canyon Records Not counting birdsong, cicada rhythms, and ocean waves, the most ancient music on earth was probably created by the human voice. N…

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 Justice Melinda Janko Fire in the Belly Productions In the 1880s, the U.S. Federal Government became trustee of vast amounts of land owned by Na…

Film Review: A Quest for Meaning

a Ménardière and Nathanaël Coste, one a slick, successful bottled water salesman, the other a documentarian who’s just made a film about water access in India, reconnect after many…

Film Review: A Tale of Love and Darkness

A Tale of Love and DarknessNatalie PortmanFocus FeaturesAdapted from Israeli writer Amos Oz’s hefty 2002 memoir, this intimate historical drama is set in the years immediately foll…

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 …

Film Review: Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & America

Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & AmericaMatt OrnsteinSound & Vision“How can you hate me when you don’t even know me?” That’s the hypothetical question that renowned…

Film Review: After Spring

After SpringDirected by Ellen Martinez and Steph ChingBusBoy ProductionsDocumenting the day-to-day lives of the families and administrators at Jordan’s Zaatari refugee camp, d…

Film Review: Aloft

AloftDirected by Claudia LlosaSONY PICTURE CLASSICSPeruvian director Claudia Llosa’s moody, ethereal drama is a curious, sad little tale. It follows two timelines: In one, a s…

Film Review: Anthropocene: The Human Epoch

This powerful, poetic film shows the stunning beauty (and horrific impact) of humanity's creations as we leave the Holocene Epoch and enter the Anthropocene.

Film Review: Band of Sisters

This new documentary by debut filmmaker Mary Fishman offers an informative look at the activism of Catholic nuns in the United States, particularly in the years following Vatican I…

Film Review: Because I Was a Painter

Because I Was a PainterDirected by Christophe CognetUNIFRANCE FILMSChristophe Cognet’s quiet, almost experimental documentary asks that eternal question, “Can an artistic depiction…

Film Review: Before the Flood

Before the Flood Fisher Stevens National Geographic Movie star and longtime environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio and director Fisher Stevens travel across the world to learn…

Film Review: Bending the Arc

Bending the ArcKief Davidson and Pedro KosImpact Partners FilmThis is a great, great story. About 30 years ago, a team of dedicated individuals—two young doctors named Paul Farmer …

Film Review: Bugs

BugsDirected by Andreas JohnsenRosforth FilmsOpening with a culinary feast involving bowls of soldier fly larvae, locust tabbouleh, and dung beetle stew, Andreas Johnsen’s fascinat…

Film Review: Catching the Sun

Catching the SunThe Race for the Clean Energy FutureShalini Kantayya7th Empire MediaFor years, when we talked about solar power, it was either as some kind of hippy-dippy, bac…

Film Review: Chasing Coral

Jeff Orlowski’s suspenseful and heartbreaking documentary focuses on the phenomenon of “coral bleaching”—the process by which dying corals turn white and fall apart—and…

Film Review: Cielo

Alison McAlpine’s visually ravishing documentary takes us to the Atacama Desert in Chile, where various scientists and oddball locals contemplate the immense, crystal-clear night s…

FIlm Review: City of Joy

The “city of joy” referred to in the title of Madeleine Gavin’s documentary is not a city at all, but a complex that serves as a shelter, rehabilitation center, and education organ…

Film Review: Dark Waters

If you just read a synopsis, director Todd Haynes’ Dark Waters might seem like a standard-issue socially conscious legal drama. It’s based on the true story of attorney Robert…

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