Documentarian James Lees compiled a number of anonymous phone calls into a short film appropriate titled “The Apology Line.” Unsurprisingly, most of the calls are about relationships.
Love this short.
Werner Herzog’s From One Second To The Next, a 30-minute documentary on the repercussions of texting and driving, has me weeping.
A harrowing, important documentary.
This week’s recommendations for Vulture’s Best of Streaming
Not a joke — see this flippin’ movie. For real. A must. Spread the word. I’m sure it will be on VOD soon if you’re not in NYC or LA.
I’m not saying they shouldn’t have made a documentary about Lil Bub, I’m just wondering where life goes from here.
Colliding some terrific, politically-minded films together.
Like we needed one.
The Timekeeper: A Short Documentary
Operation Kino 80: Wrapping Our Minds Around The Master And The Toronto Film Festival
This week on Operation Kino, all four of us are back together again, but not in the same country, with Katey calling in from the Toronto Film Festival so we can review The Master. And because Patches was also up in Toronto, we dedicate Segment 3 to discussing the festival, both which films we saw that we liked and the general importance of Toronto as the biggest of the fall festivals. Before any of that, Da7e runs down some of the many documentaries on Netflix, David is surprised to like Arbitrage, Patches catches up with Satoshi Kon’s Paprika, and Katey is wondering if the trend of people using smartphones in movies at Toronto is going to spread even further.