Posts Tagged No Impact Man
–In this eco-friendly experiment a writer and his wife and young daughter attempt to have the smallest carbon footprint possible. The New Yorkers shop the farmer’s market, go vegetarian, ride bikes around the city and stop using electricity. It’s a struggle and some things work and some things don’t. It’s thorough and thoughtful.
–This is one of the creepiest and most engrossing documentaries I’ve ever seen. Just see it. I don’t want to give anything away. Okay, I’ll say that two guys who grew up on Staten Island investigate an Urban Legend.
–A film about a parking lot and its attendants? Yes! It’s a parking lot near University of Virginia. It’s totally absorbing.
–Large cross-section of screenwriters interviewed for this documentary, at various stages of their careers. It’s fascinating and eye-opening.
–Stand-up comedy may look relatively easy but it’s not. This film shows what it takes to work out jokes, to play to different audiences and to keep the momentum over time.