Monthly Archives: February 2011


Last year, I was very excited by the first “season” of FUTURESTATES, a series of shorts commissioned by the Independent Television Service (ITVS) to explore the following question: ” What will become of America in five, 25, or even 50 … Continue reading

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1234 (Director: Giles Borg): Nerdy Stevie has been playing music with his pal Neil for years, but when they convince ambitious guitarist Billy and his pretty bassist friend Emily to form a band, they might just be onto something. Or … Continue reading

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New British Cinema Quarterly Annual 2010

Ah, Britain! Land of snarky but usually intelligent critics and beautifully-designed magazines! And home to a film industry perpetually beating up on itself. Although every country’s film industry has its ups and downs, there seems to be an inordinate amount … Continue reading

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God in America

God in America (Directors: David Belton and Sarah Colt): America has always represented a place where almost anything is possible, where people can start over and from where new ideas, philosophies and movements emerge. This six-part series from PBS explores … Continue reading

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Kati with an I

Kati with an I is screening on Monday February 14 at 8pm at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in Missoula, Montana. Kati with an I (Director: Robert Greene): Shot mostly over a tumultuous three-day period leading up to Kati’s … Continue reading

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