Andrew Hamlin gives us his impressions and remembrances of Nina Simone, while under the influence of the new documentary playing at the Sundance Cinemas.
Andrew Hamlin on TEN THOUSAND SAINTS, playing now at Sundance Cinemas.
The new Hollywood documentary about the infamous daredevil who dominated American culture through the 70s makes Andrew Hamlin reflect on the man and myth.
Lola Peters interviews Ian MacKenzie about his experience within the Tamera Healing Biotope.
Level 14, an llustrated film, explores the dangers faced by residents and staff at a group home that housed some of California’s most disturbed and troubled children.
“Plain and simple the film is based around people that I would say for the most part had an impact on me and made me pick the path that I chose in life. I wanted to ask them what records/songs/bands made them who they are today.” — Jason Blackmore
Andrew Hamlin interviews Samantha Fuller, daughter of legendary roughneck filmmaker Sam Fuller, about her documentary on her father’s life.
“I love being Asian American. I love being Japanese American. Our history, our culture, our world perspective … our food … everything that it entails, I love. And it is this kind of love and joy we take in being ourselves that we tried to capture in “Infinity & Chashu Ramen.””