Bisbee ’17 is a new documentary from director Robert Greene about the 1917 miner deportation in Bisbee, Arizona, that left hundreds to die in the desert. By organizing reenactments with the townspeople, Greene blends narrative form through a focus on
Jarred Alterman's film is an inspiring tribute to a well-adjusted family, it’s a reverent document of a very special place, and it’s perhaps most distinguishable as a stunning showcase for Christiaan Zwanikken’s artwork.
In my Pick of the Week review at the Filmmaker blog for Jarred Alterman's Convento—in conjunction with its screening at Rooftop Films last summer—I had this to say about it: Jarred Alterman’s Convento is a multi-fold achievement. It’s an
This week’s “Filmmaker Magazine Pick Of The Week” is Jarred Alterman’s Convento. By focusing on one family who lives in a restored monastery in Portugal, Alterman's 52 minute documentary manages to celebrate the power of family, art, and life in