21JUN 2017
WW2 Documentaries History Channel

WW2 Documentaries History Channel

If you catch the History Channel’s new WWII documentary series Air Aces, watch closely – besides the Lancaster bomber and Spitfire fighter from Hamilton’s Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, if you’ve got sharp eyes you might recognize some local scenery. We filmed the Lancaster last summer and we didn’t have to take it very far from the museum, because this area is actually a pretty…

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17JUN 2017
Documentary about Sex trafficking

Documentary about Sex trafficking

10 Seconds “Gilbert Horn is a successful business and family man with a deep dark secret. His obsession leads him to lie to those around him, betray his wife and enslave innocent girls . . . 10 Seconds is a story of a sex addict and a sex slave.” At the End of Slavery “At the End of Slavery: The Battle…
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13JUN 2017
History of video games documentary

History of video games documentary

Recently the Apple store pulled a slew of historical games from sale for depicting the battle flag of the Confederate States of America. This caused something of a furore, with the developer of one of these games, Ultimate General: Gettysburg, insisting, perfectly fairly, that they would not remove the…
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09JUN 2017
History of documentary films

History of documentary films

This article was first published by Louisiana Cultural Vistas. View the original at louisianaculturalvistas.org. Election Day, March 1986, and we’re filming on a cold, late afternoon in the bleak and mostly deserted Desire Housing projects. Mayoral hopeful Bill Jefferson is looking for hands to shake…

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05JUN 2017
Philosophical Movies

Philosophical Movies

Sound, color, and animation have changed the medium of 21st century film and thereby changed its potential. The emphasis may have once been powerful dialog and careful lighting, as in Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, but now a fast paced thriller can garner more attention than any provocative inquiries into…

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01JUN 2017
Documentaries Best

Documentaries Best

Best of Enemies This documentary covers the legendary televised 1968 political debates between liberal Gore Vidal and conservative William F. Buckley Jr., in which the two intellectuals didn’t always keep their rhetoric lofty — at one point Vidal called Buckley a “pro-crypto-Nazi” and Buckley responded…

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28MAY 2017
History of music documentary

History of music documentary

Our favorite of this week’s several fine indie releases is Searching for Sugar Man , Swedish filmmaker Malik Bendjelloul’s investigative profile of Sixto Rodriguez, a singer/songwriter who should have been a giant star in the early 1970s and instead faded into obscurity (and then became a cult sensation in New Zealand, Australia, and apartheid-era South Africa). Bendjelloul’s warm…

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24MAY 2017
Philosophy films

Philosophy films

I’m not talking about movies that make you think deep crazy stuff. I’m not talking about some new “existential twist” on common topics. I’m talking about movies that (seem to be) incarnations of classic philosophical thought experiments or movies that have a major philosophical problem as a main theme. I’m talking about movies that include topics that a serious student of philosophy…

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20MAY 2017
Afghanistan War documentary

Afghanistan War documentary

2007 89 8.1 The most coolheaded of the Iraq war documentaries, the most methodical and the least polemical. Yet it s the one that will leave audiences the most shattered, angry and astounded. - Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle Although its title seems more applicable to the war in Afghanistan these days, Charles H. Ferguson s debut film is a must-see documentary about America…

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16MAY 2017
BBC wildlife documentaries

BBC wildlife documentaries

The controversy over faked footage follows revelations last week that a polar bear filmed, supposedly in the wild, giving birth in the programme Frozen Planet was actually a captive animal in a zoo in Holland. Incredibly, the BBC had done exactly the same thing in another documentary also narrated by Sir David Attenborough in 1997. That incident also caused disquiet at the time…

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