Documentary In The Works On Hollywood Sexual AbuseFilmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering say they have been trying to make the movie for years but found few people willing to talk on the record.
Good Question: How Accurate Are Documentaries?It’s hard to avoid the social media frenzy over Netflix’s new documentary, "Making a Murderer." It’s the story of a Wisconsin man allegedly framed for murder. The 10-hour series has generated plenty of anger, hate mail and even a petition to the White House.
Star Of Backup Singer Doc To Perform In Mpls.
Movie Blog @ MSPIFF, Day 4: 'Augustine'Augustine is the second movie in the past three years to deal with the long-discredited disease referred to as “female hysteria” – used as the go-to diagnosis for many mental and physical health problems suffered by women in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Minn. Filmmaker Debuts Ice Show Documentary At Int'l Film FestKeri Pickett produced and directed "The Fabulous Ice Age” - a film about the history of theatrical ice shows which dates back 100 years.
Movie Blog: 'Sugar Man' Digs Into Unaware Legend's FateThe new documentary <em>Searching for Sugar Man</em> is an unlikely tale of resurrection, one which admittedly hinges a little bit on the fact that the folk-rock musician whose questioned fate remains a mystery among American audiences.
Movie Blog: Spurlock Hustles His ShillI got to sit down with Spurlock at the downtown Minneapolis Hyatt (not coincidentally, given Hyatt's logo is among the logos stitched onto his jacket) to talk about documentaries, Pump 'N' Munch and the Jackass effect. Here is some of that conversation.
The Nite Show with Mischke - 7/8/10