Discriminator is a compelling, interactive documentary about the rapid advancement and insidious implications of facial recognition software.
Carl Medland’s ‘Paranormal Farm’ begins as a basic ghost hunting documentary, but turns into something quite different by the time it’s over.
Sometimes a talent is so oversized it’s like a bomb waiting to go off. One look at ballet’s enfant terrible Sergei Polunin and you can see the talent, his mesmerizing … Continue reading ‘Dancer’: Portrait of the Artist as a Frustrating Mess
This week on Pump Up The Jam, we’ve got Croatian Amor, Survive, Dark Entries reissues, plus the trailer for a documentary about this little band called The Stooges.
This week’s edition of “Pump Up The Jam” features A Band Aparte, Myrkur, Marching Church, Axis: Sova, Vallens, and more.
Boy do we have it good. For sure, every place, every culture has its struggles, its persecuted communities, its tensions between wealth and poverty and how to mitigate the differences … Continue reading The Cost of Courage: Human Rights Watch Festival 2014
So Justin Bieber’s partying with Brazilian call-girls and Lady Gaga sleeps with her bandmates. It’s all a bit… *yawn*, ya know? Each era has its debauched poster-children, from Pete Doherty … Continue reading What Blues Now? Ultra-Rare Stones Doc Screens at TIFF
For my second Halloween-themed article here at Biff Bam Pop, I figured I’d meld two of my favourite film genres into one comprehensive list. Are you a big fan of … Continue reading 31 Days Of Horror 2013 – Guest Blogger Justin McConnell On Horror In Reality – Documentaries For The Halloween Season
The horror genre has been an integral part of fiction cinema for decades. When moviegoers want a good scare, they head over to the multiplex to catch the latest big-budget … Continue reading 31 Days Of Horror 2013 – Guest Blogger Sean Cisterna On The Ghosts Inside Us: Capturing Genuine Horror in Documentary