Many thanks to ace KGO-Radio reporter Brian Pelletier for asking me to weigh in on the lack of diversity in Hollywood for his piece on said subject that aired today! … Continue reading
And I’m going to include two from last week, as well. Stephen Winter was blown away, as he should have been by Shirley Clarke’s groundbreaking 1966 documentary,PORTRAIT OF JASON, in … Continue reading
Alex Gibney has proven himself an able and engaging documentarian, bringing to light with films such as TAXI TO THE DARK SIDE, ENRON: THE SMARTEST GUYS IN THE ROOM, and … Continue reading
I love it when I can hash out a big awards show with the divine Maureen Langan on KGO radio. This week, it was the mother of all awards shows, … Continue reading
I’ll admit it. There was something terrific about making Rob Reiner laugh. This is a man who grew up with Carl Reiner as his father, and Mel Brooks, one of … Continue reading
One of the best movies you won’t see at the multiplex.
John Krokidas took the job of researching the birth of the Beats for KILL YOUR DARLINGS very seriously, even going so far as to sneak into the apartment building where … Continue reading
Roger Ross Williams knew he had to make a film about the influence of American evangelicals on the the culture, politics, and religion of Uganda, but it wasn’t until he … Continue reading