"Colliding Dreams" is a new documentary film about the ever more hotly debated subject of Zionism.
On the face of it, a collaboration between Beckett and Buster Keaton sounds like an unlikely alliance of artists.
Fast moving, eye-catching, colorful, deeply affecting, cathartic, and redemptive.
The film shows people who wanted to stand up and fight back against the oppression they faced.
"Coal miners and coal companies in West Virginia clashed in a series of brutal conflicts over labor conditions and unionization."
The film shows how impoverished communities are attempting healthier lifestyles by growing their own food and advocating for access to high quality supermarkets.
Films can alter, transform and manipulate truth, just in the editing process alone: directors make decisions on what to add, but what's left out is still part of the truth.
"Best of Enemies" succeeds without being partisan or overbearing. Its subject speaks for itself.
Aviva Kempner's new documentary is the story of the son of an immigrant peddler who rose to become head of Sears and Roebuck.
Gay Dillingham's "Dying to Know," narrated by Robert Redford, was an entertaining, informative doc about Ram Dass and Timothy Leary.