by Judith Ehrlich PAPETTE, Tahiti—It was the third night of FIFO and the uniformed High Commissioner of the Republic in French Polynesia was hosting us at his palatial home.
by Kristy O’Brien ELEPHANT PATH/NJAIA NJOKU will have its World Premiere at the San Francisco Docfest on Sunday, June 10 and Tuesday, June 12. There is something about being in nature that instantly calms you. Being surrounded by majestic towering trees or open skies instead of austere concrete seems to turn off the chatty mind and […]
WIN FREE TICKETS TO FESTIVAL FILMS. The highest profile film festivals around the world are huge with tens of thousands of people fighting to get in to see the movies. I’ve been to all of them and you can stand in line for hours in hopes of grabbing a seat. And then halfway through the […]
by Gary Meyer “The cliché is that life is a mountain. You go up, reach the top and then go down. To me, life is going up until you are burned by flames.” * Jeanne Moreau
By Meredith Brody Sometimes when I’m at a film festival, I forget to enjoy myself. I’m so focused on seeing as many movies as I can that entire days will be spent entirely in the dark, fueled only by caffeine and hand-held snacks. Happily, I’ve realized that there are better ways to experience a […]
by Amy Kimoto-Kahn It’s Sunday night, dinner time and I don’t feel like cooking. I decide to make Salmon Furikake because it is so easy and the whole family likes it.