Neon has released the trailer for John Chester‘s upcoming documentary The Biggest Little Farm, in which a couple and their dog Todd decide to leave the city and set out to create a unique farm that coexists with the nature around them.
There may be more creative or more technically composed documentaries out there, but I have never in my life seen a documentary, or any film for that matter, that made me care about the people on screen as much as American Street Kid.
Here’s an exclusive clip at the upcoming documentary Meow Wolf: Origin Story, in which the folks of Meow Wolf, the art collective that has ballooned into a multi-million dollar company in just a few short years, discuss how the name Meow Wolf
GKIDS has released a new trailer for Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki, which takes a look at the life of the legendary director after his announced retirement and subsequent departure of said retirement.
Good intentions mean a lot and Gold would know more about the disabled Hollywood experience than any of us, but this does not make her film any less better structured or clear in its overall intention. I applaud her for wanting to open up the conversation, but opening it up does not go far enough, especially when we have known the conversation has existed long before Gold's film came to be.
It’s easy to poke fun at Appalachia and its denizens, disregarding them as simple-minded white trash with a lack of culture, but the more we ostracize and belittle a group of people, the more divided we become as a nation. This is something we’ve done far too much of as of late, and maybe this film will encourage us all to be more tolerant of others, even those considered hillbillies.
Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. is a fascinating look at one of the most relentlessly talented and unique musicians working today, and the film fits the artist. It’s raw, candid and brings with it a narrative that’s both energetic and important.
A new trailer and poster have been released for the upcoming documentary Charm City, which takes a look at the crime problem in Baltimore. The film is directed by Marilyn Ness and, according to Kevin, is a must-see doc of 2018.