Lumbering giants, a guy named Spike, maidens in gossamer dresses, dry ice and a poker game. From the opening shot until Valhalla goes up in flames
From Christopher Quinn's God Grew Tired of Us. Courtesy of Christopher Quinn I cannot imagine thinking that my life was a struggle because God grew
" The passionate mastering of documentary material is a bracing cure for the self-spiralings and unremitting inwardness that a long novel can inflict
When I was 16, I'd drive my parents' Volkswagen Beetle through the shimmering heat of the District of Columbia to M Street and the air-conditioned
Filmaker Bill Guttentag writes about one of his favorite docs.
I first saw Agnès Varda's 1982 short documentary Ulysses several years ago, and was instantly struck by its simplicity and power. Varda revisits a
From Martin Scorsese's No Direction Home The two-part film, which runs three and a half hours, was directed by Martin Scorsese, edited by David
An essay on two favorite docs.
Lt. Robert Drew and war correspondent Ernie Pyle. Poster for Robert Drew's From Two Men and a War . Photo: Drew Associates Almost 50 years after