Raw emotion is the driving force in the documentary The Work. In California’s Folsom State Prison, some of the inmates take part in group therapy to try to rehabilitate themselves. Twice a year, people from outside the prison come to take part in a four-day intensive group therapy experience.
Over one hundred hours of unseen footage of Jane Goodall’s research in the Gombe have been transformed into an impressive documentary.
After ten years as part of the Batsheva Dance Company in Israel, Bobbi Jene Smith is returning to the U.S. to create her own avant garde works. Elvira Lind’s documentary Bobbi Jene chronicles her two year journey, her work, and the personal struggles it entails. The film opens with Bobbi Jene telling her mentor Ohed… [Read More]
Rat Film is a bizarre documentary that seeks to speak about social issues by showing bits of the history of Baltimore and the way we people interact with rats. It never really makes clear how these two things are related, other than we see how some people in Baltimore deal with rats in various Baltimore neighborhoods.
Stream below for our 1on1 interview with director, Sean Menard! Directed by Sean Menard, UNINTERRUPTED’s The Carter Effect focuses its lens on the cultural impact of Vince Carter, former NBA all-star and face of the Toronto Raptors franchise from 1998-2004. While every city has a deep affection for their sports heroes, the relationship between Carter… [Read More]
Crossett, Arkansas bills itself as the “Forestry Capital of the South”. It’s a small community, but it is home to a Georgia-Pacific paper mill…. Company Town is an exposé of not only the company’s practices, but also of the impotence of the government agencies we rely on to prevent such problems.
The Dalai Lama is one of those persons who through their lives have transcended the religious labels that we choose to put on them. People of any faith—or even no faith—would do well to encounter this one who shares his life with us.
The film opens with a clip from It’s a Wonderful Life. This is a film that Thomas Sung views as his own philosophy of banking and community. He had already established a successful career as a lawyer before starting the bank. But he believed it was his responsibility to give something to his community.
For those who enjoy film, the names John Ford, Frank Capra, George Stevens, William Wyler, and John Huston will be familiar. All are Oscar-winning directors (with a total of 14 Oscars between them). They were also part of the World War II war effort as military filmmakers.
Produced by Sherien Barsoum and directed by Andrew Moir, Babe, I Hate To Go tells the story of Delroy Dunkley, a migrant worker who has spent half his life working in the Ontario tobacco belt to support his family in Jamaica. Goodbyes have become ritual but Delroy harbours a secret—he has cancer. Though his health… [Read More]