Tag Archive | Genocide

Doc of the Day: The Trials of Henry Kissinger

“Hullo, my name iz Dr. Henry Kissinger, und zis… is my magic murder bag.” Dir. Eugene Jarecki, 2002, 79 min Advertisements

Doc of the Day: Deafening Silence

A trippy odyssey through the landscapes and people of Burma. Dir. Holly Fisher, 2012, 118 min

Doc of the Day: Kony 2012

In which I take on the latest viral sensation. Look before you leap on this bandwagon. Dir. Jason Russell, 2012, 30 min

Doc of the Day: 500 Years Later

Be warned: this movie does not seek to make you feel good about the global situation with race in any way, shape, or form. Day Four of┬áBlack History Week. Dir. Owen ‘Alik Shahadah, 2005, 108 min

Doc of the Day: Steal a Pencil for Me

Meet Jack and Ina. Their’s is a love story that occurred in the least likely of places: a concentration camp. Dir. Michele Ohayon, 2007, 94 min

Doc of the Day: War Dance

Young people scarred by war find hope through music. Everyone loves Africans who inspire! I also talk about immersion in films and “dishonesty” in documentaries. Dir. Sean Fine & Andrea Nix Fine, 2007, 106 min

Doc of the Day: Night and Fog

One of the earliest Holocaust films grants an unspoilt look at period viewpoints of the tragedy. Dir. Alain Resnais, 1955, 31 min