Jason O'Hara recounts his experience shooting a documentary amid the 2014 World Cup in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and violent protests.
Of starfish and jellyfish“Isn’t it better to have a lot of people seeing films that convince them to make a little bit of change, instead of only a few people seeing films
Occupy: The Movie is a kind of balancing act, and time will tell if its large scope elicits the same impassioned responses Occupy: The Movement did.
Many of us belong to that category of citizens poetically described as the “walking worried.” (Adelphia Communications: $2.5 billion bankruptcy.) We are those who realize that things have gone awry, but are
“To search for the good and make it matter: that is the real challenge for the artist. Not simply to transform ideas of revelations into matter, but to make those revelations actually