Tag: Documentary

“The Capote Tapes” Review

“The Capote Tapes” Review

-Allison McCulloch There are a wealth of films about Truman Capote, including the narrative features: Capote (2005) and Infamous (2006), in addition to the Maysles Brothers’ documentary short “A Visit with Truman Capote” (1966). The Capote Tapes mainly focused on Capote’s final, unfinished work: “Answered Prayers”;  where he dished on high society and lost many … Continue reading “The Capote Tapes” Review

“The Big Scary ‘S’ Word” Review

“The Big Scary ‘S’ Word” Review

-Allison McCulloch Opening with Ella Fitzgerald singing “Get Happy”, Yael Bridge’s powerhouse documentary feature debut explores how Americans view “the big scary ‘s’ word”: socialism! It covers the history of socialism in America and breaks down the lies and show how billionaires simply don't have an incentive to move to renewable energy. It features such … Continue reading “The Big Scary ‘S’ Word” Review

Last Call: An emotional journey through the Pandemic in NYC

Courtesy of Global Digital Releasing It’s hard to say what the word COVID-19 will conjure for us in a decade, but in the current moment for most it elicits the stress and fear of the last two years. The pandemic has had long-lasting effects on all of us, from the lives lost and disrupted, to … Continue reading Last Call: An emotional journey through the Pandemic in NYC

Stronger For Life Documentary Ilaria Montagnani Interview

Ilaria Montagnani is a world-renowned fitness expert who faced and overcame a challenge beyond what she expected, and she has decided to share this experience with others in the hope that they can embrace their own hardships, survive, and thrive. I had the opportunity to explore Ms. Monagnani's experience with cancer, making her film, engaging … Continue reading Stronger For Life Documentary Ilaria Montagnani Interview