Selected New Acquisitions This Week

The last king of Scotland – DVD 2699The Twilight Zone Season 5 – DVD 2693-2698The Twilight Zone Season 4 – DVD 2687-2692The Twilight Zone Season 3 – DVD 2682-2686The Twilight Zone Season 2 – DVD 2677-2681The Twilight Zone Season 1 – DVD 2671-2676El doctor, Joy street, & asparagus – DVD 2670Giuliani time – DVD 58

Continue reading Project: On Being

This woman from, Jennifer Crandall has been creating these three minute video profiles about different people in Washington, DC. She features a new person each week. I highly recommend checking them out, especially the one with the little kid named Gio.

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Environmental Film Festival: “Why Are Wildlife Filmmakers Dying?”

Tuesday, March 20, 7:00 p.m., Wechsler Theater, Mary Graydon CenterChris Palmer, professor and filmmaker, leads a discussion on the challenges of making wildlife films, drawing on the examples of Australian wildlife superstar Steve Irwin and Grizzly Man protagonist Timothy Treadwell.Sponsor: Center for Environmental Filmmaking, School of CommunicationContact: Chris Palmer, A breakdown of all of […]

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Eleven Sundance films…reviewed.

Year after year that I decide to make the great plunge and join in on the Sundance Film Festival, I always return jubilant and excited…and somewhat disappointed. Why disappointed? Somehow expectations and experiences of years past continue to rise, while the actual events have peaked. Growing up was never my strong suit and nowhere is […]

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Cool online film rag: Senses of Cinema

This Australian “journal” is loaded with articles, top ten lists (many annotated), and links to other online film journals and high-brow film sites. It’s fun to browse because in addition to covering the “usual suspects” of world cinema it also contains some nice surprises including serious coverage of so-called exploitation and experimental filmmakers . For […]

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Must-see video: Our Daily Bread

If you’ve been on the fence about whether you want to become a vegetarian, this documentary may help you decide. From vegetables to livestock filmmaker Nikolaus Geyrhalter’s vivid images of the mechanization of modern food harvesting on an epic scale are fascinating, disturbing, and often just surreal. This 80 minute film hasn’t a single line […]

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