Tagged with Joshua Oppenheimer

“The Director of ‘Bisbee ’17’ on Making the Year’s Most Daring, Revelatory Documentary”

“The Director of ‘Bisbee ’17’ on Making the Year’s Most Daring, Revelatory Documentary”


I like a good, standardized talking head doc that’s lean, simple, but knows how to tell a nonfiction story through primary sources and such as that. But I like creative, nonstandard docs that feel more like art than journalism, and that’d be Robert Greene‘s Bisbee ’17, which you may recall I wrote about last month.  Bisbee ’17 … Continue reading

Interview: Joshua Oppenheimer, The Look of Silence

Interview: Joshua Oppenheimer, The Look of Silence


“Joshua Oppenheimer has dedicated the last decade of his life to exposing the Indonesian genocide that occurred between 1965 and 1966, but he first began to tell his story to the world back in 2013, when Drafthouse Films released Oppenheimer’s film The Act of Killing to critical acclaim and an eventual Oscar nomination. The doc … Continue reading