Tag Archive | Experimental

Doc of the Day: His & Hers

“A man loves his sweetheart the most, his wife the best, but his mother the longest.”


Doc of the Day: The Family Album

Your family is in here. So is mine. We’re all in here. Dir. Alan Berliner, 1988, 60 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: Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait

 See one soccer football match through one man’s eyes, and understand the game in a whole new way. Dir. Douglas Gordon & Philippe Parreno, 2006, 90 min

Doc of the Day: My Winnipeg

 An autobiography of a man and the city he loves. Dir. Guy Maddin, 2008, 79 min

Doc of the Day: Sans Soleil

Chris Marker travels Japan and Guinea-Bissau in search of times, places, and how we experience them. Dir. Chris Marker, 1983, 103 min

Doc of the Day: Junkopia

Enterprising artists turned junk into art, and Chris Marker turned their art into this short. Dir. Chris Marker, 1981, 6 min