Get me Ken Burns! – Narratives Of Modern Genocide (Film Review)

Posted by - January 25, 2021
Documentaries as a medium are a fantastic way to tell real stories. Whenever a film tells a true story, there are always some things that are cut or may be added to make the story more cinematic. Documentaries tell you the whole truth and nothing but the truth. The makers of this documentary clearly went

“We Were Able To Coexist, And It Was a Benefit To Us That The Last Dance Came Out” – Yemi Bamiro Interview – One Man and His Shoes

Posted by - October 25, 2020
Coming off the heels of The Last Dance, which seemingly took over the world back in April of this year, director Yemi Bamiro’s One Man and His Shoes documentary continues to explore the phenomenon that is Michael Jordan. This time, however, it takes a deep dive into the world of Air Jordan sneakers. Jordan’s sneaker
The Reason I Jump

“Have a Nice Trip Through Our World” – The Reason I Jump (LFF Review)

Posted by - October 20, 2020
One of the things that most hampers societal attitudes towards autism is the fact that it's so difficult for neurotypical people to understand how brains different from their own actually work. That's where the 2007 book The Reason I Jump comes in. Though there is some controversy around its authorship, it was purportedly written by

“Dogs Keep Watch Over Human Beings” – Stray (LFF Review)

Posted by - October 7, 2020
There are a lot of adorable dogs in Stray. But there are also several alarming close-ups of simmering turds and very intimate butt-sniffing, so it's swings and roundabouts really. This is a thoughtful documentary from LA-based filmmaker Elizabeth Lo, exploring the current state of Turkey through the eyes of the thousands of stray canines who