A rust belt city erodes as the bosses bust the unions and move work to Mexico. Meanwhile, the locals fight over a rapidly shrinking pie.
Work place tragedy turns into publishing gold.
Dog Ear Days. Review by Matthew Moyer.
Violence, Vengeance, and Retribution (Hairball 8). Review by Jen Cray.
Violence against women is on the rise, no one is lifting a finger to stop it. Shelton Hull sees a “pink kangol mafia” in the near future, with women taking care of their own.
Forty-five minutes of motocross jumps crashes, and other mayhem, backed with a metal sound track. Carl F Gauze wipes off the grit and squints into the camera.
Three sub-essays about recent items in the news. It is of paramount importance that YOU read them and respond to me in the appropriate manner.
Michael Moore’s newest documentary examines guns and violence in America, and concludes a lot of people are dying. Carl F. Gauze locks and loads.
Precipitate8 muses about the nature of human conflict - and tries to avoid the stray punches.
Violence Has Arrived (Metal Blade). Review by David Lee Beowulf.
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Back in 2018, Lily and Generoso selected Adirley Queirós’s Once There Was Brasilia as a top ten film. That feature’s cinematographer, Joana Pimenta, has now co-directed with Queirós one of the most expansive political films we’ve seen this year, Dry Ground Burning. Lily and Generoso interviewed Pimenta at AFI Fest earlier this month.