Tag Archive | City LIfe

Doc of the Day: Arguing the World

Four old Jewish guys yammer about politics. Fun for the whole family! Dir. Joseph Dorman, 1998, 106 min, Viewed via Netflix Instant

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: I Like Killing Flies

The work and food of a cantankerous restaurant man in New York City. Dir. Matt Mahurin, 2004, 78 min, Viewed via Netflix Instant

Doc of the Day: Fixation

A lot of people like riding bikes. Some people like riding bikes without gears. Dir. Alex Viriato, 2012, 40 min, Viewed via Netflix Instant

Doc of the Day: Man with a Movie Camera

It’s one of the most important films ever made, documentary or otherwise. See what all the fuss is about. Dir. Dziga Vertov, 1929, 68 min, Viewed via Amazon Video

Doc of the Day: Nursery University

If your kids don’t get into a good preschool, then how will they EVER get into a good college?! Dir. Marc Simon & Matthew Makar, 2009, 90 min

Doc of the Day: The Order of Myths

The country’s oldest Mardi Gras celebration isn’t in New Orleans. It’s in Mobile, Alabama, and there’s a rich and fascinating history around it. Dir. Margaret Brown, 2008, 79 min