The Flat: Israeli Film Lacks Interesting Questions

The Flat: Israeli Film Lacks Interesting Questions

The acclaimed Israeli documentary, The Flat (2011), looks deep into the hidden lives of people that we believe to know. The film (dir. Arnon Goldfinger) is personal. The story picks up shortly after the death of Goldfinger’s grandmother, Gerda Tuchler, a vibrant society woman, who when she moved to Palestine from Germany, never lost her […]

Wagner and Me: Separating Art from Artist

Wagner and Me: Separating Art from Artist

Wagner and Me (2010) is a look into the history and importance of one of the most respected and controversial composers in modern times. British national treasure, Stephen Fry, is our guide on this educational and entertaining voyage. Fry first heard Richard Wagner’s music at the tender age of 11, and has been hooked ever […]

“Mitt”: Too Calculated to be Genuine

“Mitt”: Too Calculated to be Genuine

Greg Whiteley‘s film Mitt, a Netflix exclusive, gets up close and personal to Republican, and 2012 presidential candidate, Mitt Romney. Despite not being an easy fit within his own party, Romney led the Republicans in a decent showing before losing the 2012 Presidential election. Whiteley kicks off his film with the simple argument, that in […]

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