-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
-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
'The Lost Leonardo is an engrossing documentary that is insane to watch unfold.'
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
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