Tag Archives: Film

Film Recommendation: “Alive Inside”

Thanks to Facebook’s “On This Day” feature I was this morning reminded of the film Alive Inside, which I wrote about enthusiastically two years ago this week. As I wrote then, my encouragement is for you to “see the film … Continue reading

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TWO of Our Films Selected for Festival

We’ve just received some great news. Our films Maggie’s Story and Eggsploitation are BOTH Official Selections of the Silicon Valley International Film Festival. The festival will be held in December, and we are very excited to be able to participate. … Continue reading

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Alive Inside

Over the weekend I attended a screening of the documentary Alive Inside, which won the Audience Award at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. It’s easy to see why it won the award—it is a very well made documentary that engages … Continue reading

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What to Watch

When Jennifer and I went to UC Irvine a few weeks ago to show Breeders, I casually referenced the film Gattaca during the Q&A that followed the screening. Even as I was saying it, I wondered how many people in … Continue reading

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Exposing Euthanasia through the Arts

By Matthew Eppinette, CBC New Media Manager A terrific piece from the always insightful Barbara Nicolosi, currently executive director of the Galileo Forum at Azusa Pacific University. Money quote: Our response to the mercy-killing machine must be more than an … Continue reading

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Adding to my Netflix Queue

Christianity Today has an interview with the writer / director of the film

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For the DVD Queue of Your Choice

Kenny is an Australian mocumentary that I think works on a couple of levels — funny and touching, with a positive message. Description: Porta-loo deliveryman Kenny Smyth is probably one of the most underappreciated professionals on the planet. But without … Continue reading

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