Tag: Social

Dawson City: Frozen Time

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Dawson City during the height of the Klondike Gold Rush had three movie theaters and was the last city in a film distribution line. The Hollywood studios refused to spend money for the silent movies to be returned which resulted in many of the films being buried and preserved in the frozen tundra. Read More...

ACORN and the Firestorm

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Attention is not always a good thing. Explore the controversy and aftermath surrounding ACORN, a political activist group, from the perspective of both ACORN’s CEO and the woman who was the impetus behind the controversial undercover video. Read More...

True Conviction

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The lives of several men who were wrongfully convicted, and recently exonerated, are woven together to form a strong bond as an investigation team whose mission is to bring justice to the defenseless who have been behind bars for decades. Read More...

Lessons of Darkness

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Burning oil uses up so much oxygen that no dialog can be produced. Each scene renders us all speechless. Beautiful cinematography to capture such devastation exposes a, seemingly other-worldly, dystopian society that has convinced itself their actions are normal. Read More...

Waterlog

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Waterlog is a short documentary about Joe Minihane’s struggle with anxiety. The narration is so strong and compelling that you are immediately brought into the world of a writer coping with anxiety. Read More...

Mott Haven

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Mott Haven starts off setting a somber tone with an exqusite soundtrack that pull the viewer along. I was immediately immersed in Mott Haven’s caleidescope of poetry, background, raw emotion, and honesty that weaves an intimate portrait of a community struggling with a difficult situation that has been imposed on them. Read More...