Indie Game (Pajot/Swirsky, 2012) - Trailer
I’m Still Here (Affleck) - Trailer
- Questioner: What is the one thing you've learned about human nature from your films?
- Errol Morris: Appalling species.
In my heart, I am more than a child of war. I am talented. I am a musician. I am Acholi. I am the future of our tribe.
In “War Dance”, three children living in a displacement camp in northern Uganda compete in their country’s national music and dance festival.
First teaser for my new short documentary, Be Here Forever.
Brandon Goober, a musician and farmer, has recently learned that the farm which has been in his family for generations is soon to be sold. Challenged, but not deterred by this harsh truth, he’s turned to the land on which he was raised to learn what it means to live with permanence and meaning.
The music in this teaser is an original song by Brandon.
No idea about the film, but I love the song.
I Am Breathing (Davie/McKinnon, 2013) - Trailer
Breathing is about the thin space between life and death. 34-year-old Neil Platt plans his own funeral, muses about the meaning of life and the impossibility of terminating a mobile phone contract. With 5 months left to live, and paralyzed from the neck down by Motor Neurone Disease, he ponders how to communicate about his life in a letter for his baby son. How can he anticipate what he might want to know about his father in a future he can only imagine?
Welcome to the End of the World (Slain, 2013)
In the Autumn of 2013, I was one of three filmmakers recruited to explore the work of a team helping children in some of the most ignored area of the globe. Myself and cinematographer Chad Terpstra ventured out into the Indian state of “Nagaland,” one of the most remote regions of the eastern Himalayas to learn about it’s habitants, the health conditions of the children, and a group called “Vitamin Angels”.
This is what happened.
Ahmed Hassan – The Square (Noujaim, 2013)
A group of Egyptian revolutionaries battle leaders and regimes, risking their lives to build a new society of conscience.
Twenty Eight Feet (Fraser, 2013)
A short documentary about a young man from Nova Scotia who has given up his apartment, car and cell phone to live and travel the world on a 46 year old wooden boat.
The Great Invisible (Brown, 2014)
On April 20, 2010, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico. It killed 11 workers and caused the worst oil spill in American history. The explosion still haunts the lives of those most intimately affected, though the story has long ago faded from the front page