Inspired by the life story of ethnomusicologist Louis Sarno, who has spent 25 years with the BiAka pygmies of Central Africa, Lavinia Currier’s film aims partly to parallel Sarno’s work: that is, to bring to world-wide attention the wonderful and complex music of the forest-dwelling hunter-gatherers. The BiAka’s music is as rich and well-practised as […]
Semper Fi: Always Faithful is a documentary chronicling the struggle to make the public aware, and the Marine Corps/Government admit to their gross negligence in dealing with contaminated water at a variety of Marine Corps, and other, military bases across the United States of America. The main subject of the documentary is Marine Corps Master […]
The 1960s, a time of free love and drugs aplenty. The “hippie subculture” of this era took root around 1965, spawning a worldwide counter culture movement that still has remnants in today’s society. How this new subculture was established, and spread so quickly around the globe, can be attributed to a variety of factors. Ask […]
That Raúl Ruíz describes his new film as his most theoretical might seem a bit daunting. He’s made over 100 movies in 30 years and they’re all pretty theoretical, from The Hypothesis of the Stolen Painting (1979), to Time Regained (1999). Plus, the new one’s a four and half-hour nineteenth-century drama. The theoretical aspect […]
There are real-life superheroes, and they may be walking the streets of your city. But are they a joke or a welcome crime-fighter? Read on to find out.