Category Archives: Film
I had a look at the new exhibition Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Journey to Goblin City. Check it out on ArtsATL.com.
Early summer was a busy time for me, and I didn’t have as much time to post on this blog as I would have liked. Here are some of the stories I worked on during that time: For the Atlanta … Continue reading
A fascinating new documentary out of Atlanta focuses on the subculture of the Outcast MC, an all African-American outlaw motorcycle club. I spoke with the filmmakers for Burnaway.
Performing as the Emcee in the musical Cabaret would seemingly be a dream come true for any performer. It’s interesting then to learn that Joel Grey, who played the role in both the original 1966 Broadway show and in the … Continue reading
In Lauren Gunderson’s new play I and You, the character Anthony enters speaking the words of Walt Whitman: “I and this mystery here we stand.” Check out my review of the show–and its mysterious and surprising ending–on ArtsATL. I also … Continue reading
“This is my dream body, the one I use to walk around in my dreams…” So opens the new documentary film Heart of a Dog by performance artist Laurie Anderson. I took a look for BurnAway.
I review the new film Mustang, which has been nominated for the Best Foreign Language Oscar, 2016. The film opens today, January 15, at the Landmark Midtown Art Cinema in Atlanta.
My curatorial project for the prestigious online arts journal The Art Section has been published in the December issue; I selected and wrote about a short collection of music videos. Would you kindly look the other way?
“It’s hard to imagine what Peggy Guggenheim might have wished for when she blew out the candles on a birthday cake. She had all the money in the world, collected the era’s most significant art, was surrounded by fascinating people, … Continue reading
Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution is a new documentary by filmmaker Stanley Nelson Jr. that takes a look at the Black Panthers movement of the 1960s and ’70s. The film opens October 9 at Landmark Midtown Cinema in Atlanta. I reviewed the film for … Continue reading