Art With Impact Blog
How do you broker piece in an increasingly hostile culture?
And, more importantly, how can you apply it to family gatherings?
For the team behind the new documentary The Peacemakers, the Sundance premiere of their film is just the beginning.
The idea of walking a mile in someone else’s shoes before passing judgment/making a generalized statement/posting an uninformed comment on the Internet (a.k.a. “a comment on the Internet”) is undoubtedly a valuable concept.
And, in the case of me and my shoes, I suggest you buy cushioned inserts.
What would you do with five million dollars?
…well, yeah, me too, which is why it’s probably best that no one is giving us five million dollars.
It’s time to recognize the lucky filmmakers who’ve been chosen to receive this year’s MacArthur Foundation Grants.
There are some projects you just shouldn’t attempt on your own.
And some you should just…never attempt.
The discussion of mixed-race identity can be a sensitive one to handle.
Unless you’re Cher. Of course, most things do not apply if you’re Cher.
First of all, calm down: we’re not talking about LAW & ORDER.
I will leave that in the capable hands of TNT, which I think is just called the Law & Order channel now?
According to director Robert Greenwald, no one really wants to talk about drones.
(They actually would have covered drones if Melissa hadn’t dominated the conversation with her thoughts on Magic Mike. AGAIN.)
There’s nothing quite as refreshing as a stay in a nice hotel.
BUT FOR GOD’S SAKE DO NOT TURN ON THAT BLACK LIGHT.
In Swedish director Lisa Langseth's new film Hotell, however, the escape to an environment beyond the four walls of home is less of a vacation from the everyday and more of an adventure into the reaches of fractured human desire.