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On day of WI Recall we discuss Detroit, where American Dream and middle class flourished, now is canary in coal mine for all U.S. cities. Filmmaker Heidi Ewing on her new film Detropia, a haunting look at the iconic American city. … Continue reading →
The Movie Geeks speak with two acclaimed documentary filmmakers - Rachel Grady (Jesus Camp), whose new film Detropia, which shines a light on the economic hardships faced by the once-thriving metropolis of Detroit, is currently in theaters, and Joe Medeiros, writer and director of The Missing Piece: The Truth about the Man who Stole the Mona Lisa, which is currently playing festivals.
Plus, a life-altering event occurs to one of the show hosts, we provide in-depth reviews of The Girl and an early evaluation of Steven Spielberg's Lincoln, discuss Oliver Stone's ongoing Oedipal issues, and premiere two upcoming film scores - John Williams' Lincoln and Thomas Newman's Skyfall.
In this episode of the Movie Geeks United! original series The Art of the Documentary, director Rachel Grady discusses her award-winning films Jesus Camp and Detropia.
For more information on The Art of the Documentary series, including a complete line-up of all-new and archived interviews, visit http://www.moviegeeksunited.net.