Tag: Documentary Review

All This Panic: Film Review

All This Panic: Film Review

By Linda Marric Shot over a three year period, All This Panic is perhaps one of the most comprehensive looks at female youth ever achieved by a documentary film-maker. Director Jenny Page and her cinematographer husband Tom Betterton took on the mammoth task of following a group of girls from ...

LoveTrue – Film Review

LoveTrue – Film Review

By Linda Marric Produced by Hollywood’s own “enfant terrible” of cinema Shia LaBeouf, LoveTrue is the highly anticipated second non-fiction feature by Bombay Beach director Alma Har’el. Israeli born Har’el, whose roots lie first and foremost in music videos and art installations, explores the broad idea of human love using ...

Cameraperson: Film Review

Cameraperson: Film Review

By Linda Marric  @linda_marric After 25 years spent as a camerawoman on various award winning documentary features, Kirsten Johnson amassed hours upon hours of outtakes and candid moments from her trips to Bosnia, Kabul and Darfur, to name but a few places. Born out of this was a truly unique ...