Slumdog Millionaire Disney Style

Finally saw Slumdog. Loved it, probably my favorite movie for 2008, even though I saw it this year. And I’m of course kicking myself for not seeing this in Toronto. Paul saw it and said I looked like Jamal, the lead in the hot seat. My first reaction was,...

Toronto Film Festival in 120 Seconds

This is a little montage of the video clips I shot while at TIFF. The people we’re having dinner with at the end (divided by the drinking straw) are Cherie Saulter and Justin Barber, both Film School alumni who produced “Medicine for Melancholy,”...

Hollywood Parties and Last Stop 174

Last Stop 174 aims to tell the human side of the bus hijacking in 2000 in Rio de Janeiro. The film felt very real and was like a portrait of a world. It reminded me of City of God, something that was brought up a lot (the main actor was even in City of God). It was...

LeBron Who? More Than a Game

My lack of pop culture (mainly sports) knowledge strikes again. I saw More Than a Game, a doc where filmmaker Kristopher Belman followed a high school basketball team in his hometown that happened to have a young, up-and-coming player named LeBron James, enabling...
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