Daily Archives: January 16, 2012

Interview: Frederick Wiseman

“Since his 1967 debut, Titicut Follies, a scathing exposé of the inhumane conditions inside a Massachusetts institution for the criminally insane, Frederick Wiseman has acquired a reputation as the dean of American documentary filmmakers.” Read my interview with Frederick Wiseman, … Continue reading

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The Man from London (Béla Tarr, 2007)

“The Man from London may be a lesser work from Béla Tarr, but masterful direction and austere cinematography, not to mention Zeitgeist’s top-notch transfer, make it an indelible, if occasionally exhausting, experience.” Read my review of Béla Tarr’s The Man … Continue reading

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