Monthly Archive: December, 2012

Mark Twain (2001) | Dir. Ken Burns | Documentary

As a producer and director, Burns has become the epitome of this genre of documentary filmmaking. He and his crew have produced a work of outstanding detail and quality about a man, Samuel… Continue reading

Spectres of the Spectrum (1999) trailer | Dir. Craig Baldwin

The director of TRIBULATION 99 and SONIC OUTLAWS, returns with his grandest work to date! SPECTRES OF THE SPECTRUM plunders Baldwin’s treasure trove of early television shows, industrial and educational films, Hollywood movies,… Continue reading

Boston Neighborhood Network Needs Your Support | Boston Neighborhood Network

Boston Neighborhood Network Television is a nationally recognized, award-winning community media center and 501(c)(3) nonprofit, that acts as a public forum for all Boston residents, nonprofit and community-based organizations, and governmental and educational… Continue reading

SX in HrZland | Free Album for you from SXtheMadArtist [Stalo Xinari]

My friend Stalo just produced this excellent free download album for all of you. I’m sure you’ll like it. Find out more about her music and art from the links below SXtheMadArtist SXthe… Continue reading

Massachusetts Home Learning Association | You’ve got options!

About Massachusetts Home Learning Association (MHLA) Purpose and Mission The Massachusetts Home Learning Association, founded in 1987, is a voluntary unincorporated organization known informally as The Association or MHLA. MHLA is an advocacy… Continue reading

Man of Aran (1934) | Dir. Robert J. Flaherty | Documentary

Robert J. Flaherty is considered America’s first documentary filmmaker. Though his methods might be looked on by present day documentarians as unorthodox, his films are still intriguing and worth a look. lb Find… Continue reading

‘Chromatic Frankenstein’s Monsters?’: Restoration, Colour and Variants of Georges Méliès’s Voyage dans la Lune | Wendy Haslem | Senses of Cinema

By Wendy Haslem Wendy Haslem lectures in Cinema and Cultural Studies, University of Melbourne. The restored edition of ‘the original colour version’ of Voyage dans la Lune (Trip to the Moon, Georges Méliès,… Continue reading

Documentary Filmmakers Decide How to Present Compelling Evidence | Michael Rabiger | Nieman Reports

Using film to tell a story changes nearly everything. By Michael Rabiger Similarities abound between the reporting methods used by documentary filmmakers and print journalists. But the results are regarded differently, with more… Continue reading

Monsters (2010) trailer | Dir. Gareth Edwards

Jesse Stone: Night Passage (2006) | Dir. Robert Harmon