Attention Jeffrey McHale: YOU DON’T NOMI is a smartly done, five stars plus debut for your first feature documentary, so you Hang 10 for the waves of approbation and disapprobation coming your way for your derring-do to step into the cinematic maelstrom of SHOWGIRLS.
About the connection of a mother and her child, and how the child grows up remembering how the mother helped the child view the world with eyes of wonder.
A superb, transcendent who-what-when-where-why-and-how about Chelsea Manning before and after her court-martial, 35-year-sentencing and subsequent pardoning by President Obama regarding her mind-bending leaking of 750,000 classified and unclassified military and diplomatic documents to Wikileaks way back when
The goal of this eponymous documentary is to come to grips with a musical style, reggae, like other big music documentaries, such as Buena Vista Social Club, Sugar Man, or Amy and at the same time tell of the intimate lives of the legendary personalities that created it. The film is built around a series of portraits, and gives star billing to the reggae music that permeate sit from beginning to end.
An ornery, chain-smoking, newly widowed 80-year-old Grandma (Tsai Chin) lives an independent life that creates concerns for her family. One day, Grandma decides to head to the casino after a local fortune teller (Wai Ching Ho) says great fortune is coming her way. Boy, was she in for a surprise.
Dr. Marty Goldstein is one of the people responsible for building a mecca for holistic care, combining conventional medical training with cutting edge alternative therapies. Dr. Marty’s deeply empathetic philosophy offers a vital example of how improving overall health rather than merely treating disease can be transformative for all living beings.
Documentary is about Chelsea Manning, a former U.S. Army soldier and intelligence analyst convicted of leaking classified U.S. documents to WikiLeaks about the torture and abuse of detainees and the unreported deaths of over 15,000 civilians involving the U.S. military. While imprisoned, Manning, a trans woman, also began to transition medically.
Estimated attendance of more than 146,000 people estimated attendance of more than 146,000 people to 618 screenings and Talks, and the Virtual Arcade and Tribeca Cinema360.
to 618 screenings and Talks, and the Virtual Arcade and Tribeca Cinema360.
Phillip Youmans, the first African-American director to win The Founders Award, Best Narrative Feature, for Burning Cane, is the youngest director to have a feature in Tribeca. He wrote, directed, and shot the film at age 17. Besides Burning Cane,…