The 56 year-old filmmaker and promoter of liberal causes has decided to jump into the fray over whether a mosque should be built on a site two blocks away from Ground Zero in New York City. And he’s done so in his typically boorish, Michael Moor-ish manner.
HUMAN CENTIPEDE FIRST SEQUENCE Although it’s only had a limited space documentaries release this film has had a polarizing effect of audiences everywhere including those who were lucky enough to see it while it was in film festivals Critics either love or loathe this film which is mark of some of the best indie horror films. Any film that can divide an audience as much as this one is good in my book.
It is practical if the dojo will give private lessons to students who either fall behind or who are better than their colleagues. Once into the sport, you child might make a decision that he or she would rather have done a different one, check to see if that is possible without losing what you have already paid in advance fees.
The producer and I bat around some more visual ideas for how I’m going to media coach a documentary film producer who has never been media trained. I tell her to set up the set like a studio with two comfy chairs, a table with flowers so it feels realistic.
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TP: The script had been written with Billy Bob Thornton in mind for the part. I had noticed Jon from his amazing performance in “Napoleon Dynamite”. Ben Stiller did his part as a favor. On a lark we contacted the reps for Michael Clarke Duncan and asked if he would be interested in doing a few days work on the film. Luckily for us, he was. We kept thinking we should make his part bigger as he was so good at what he did.
Bill Cunningham is a photographer for the New York Times. What he is best known for is riding his bike around New York City and taking pictures of people on the streets, specifically, people who are dressed a little differently than everybody else. “The best fashion show is on the streets of New York,” he says. Bill has been doing this for more than four decades. A question many of his subjects are asked is, “When did Bill first start taking pictures of you?” The answers go back as far as early 1970s.
“Bill Cunningham New York” only runs at 84-minutes so it doesn’t drag on too long. If you know New York or know fashion, you probably know who Bill is, if you don’t then you probably will not care too much about this documentary. It is currently playing at the following theaters.