Archive for the 'At Risk Films' Category
Come to a FREE screening of Can Mr. Smith Get to Washington Anymore? at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Linwood Dunn Theatre. All info here! Wednesday, November 7th 7:00 pm Director Frank Popper will be in attendance. Screens with An Unreasonable Man. FREE parking in the back. The 26th annual Contemporary Documentaries […]
I’m proud to say that Can Mr. Smith Get to Washington Anymore? is available NOW through Netflix! Go put it in your queue and give it 5 stars!
Watch the Sundance Channel‘s GREEN programming this Tuesday to see At Risk Films’ Fridays at the Farm. Check your local listings.
I took my first venture over to Westwood yesterday for the LA Film Festival. It seems….uh…festive. As with 2006 Film Independent has taken over many of the theatres in Westwood Village for their annual celebration of film. I would say â€œindependentâ€ filmâ€¦but thatâ€™s not totally the case. There are however a lot of films and […]
From today’s LA Weekly – it’s a GO pick!: GO JUMP! (USA) The ever-growing documentary subgenre that could be called â€œSchoolkids Do the Damnedest Things!â€ (Spellbound, Mad Hot Ballroom, et al.) has now given rise to Jump!, which details the up-and-coming school sport of competitive jump rope. Anyone who has seen a Rocky movie knows […]
Silverdocs is happening and Iâ€™m not there. The past two years I made my way across the country for AFI/Discovery Channelâ€™s celebration of documentary film â€“ but this year I just couldnâ€™t make it. Theyâ€™ve got a terrific slate, program and conference including screenings of The Fighting Cholitas! Iâ€™m in LA surviving the noise of […]
Are you in Oregon? Do you like textured documentaries with great music and spellbinding characters? Go see My Life With Count Dracula. Playing Oct 10, 11 & 12 7:30 & 8:00 Hollywood Theatre Here’s what MetroBlogging Portland has to say.