Tag Archive | Art

Doc of the Day: PressPausePlay

The future is here. What does this mean for the distribution of media? Dir. David Dworsky & Victor Köhler, 2011, 80 min, Viewed via Netflix Instant Advertisements

Doc of the Day: Buskers

The stories behind those zany people performing on the street. Dir. Chad S. Taylor, 2008, 59 min, Viewed via Netflix Instant

Doc of the Day: From Nothing, Something

What goes into creation? This movie asks multiple creators to find out. Dir. Tim Cawley, 2012, 79 min, Viewed via Vimeo

Doc of the Day: Kings of Pastry

It’s a cooking competition too awesome to show up on Bravo. Dir. Chris Hegedus & D.A. Pennebaker, 2010, 84 min, Viewed via Netflix Instant

Doc of the Day: Fame High

I reviewed Fame High, so stroll on over to Current Movie Reviews and read about it!

Docs of the Yesterday and Today: Trial by Fire and Trash Dance

I am now writing for Current Movie Reviews. Soon, I shall infect the whole of the Internet. First is the movie I viewed yesterday, Trial by Fire: Lives Re-Forged, about burn victims and their recovery process. And for today, it’s Trash Dance, about dancing trash. No, not really. It’s about garbage workers dancing. Trash can’t dance, silly.

Doc of the Day: Indie Game: The Movie

Observe the blood, sweat, and tears that go into the creation of independent video games. It’s no fun and games to create fun games. Dir. James Swirksy & Lisanne Pajot, 2012, 96 min