Cold Turkey Expose Examines Internet Addiction in China


Web Junkie Film Review by Kam Williams  Cold Turkey Expose Examines Internet Addiction in China   How long do you think you could you survive without access to a cell phone or computer? A few hours? A day? A week? How about three months? That’s the degree of deprivation awaiting adolescents diagnosed as addicted to […]



REBELS WITH A CAUSE How a small regional battle over land grew into American’s legacy of  National Seashores, Parks and Recreation Areas. It was fight that went all the way to the White House. Twice. How did they do it? A one hour documentary premiering on PBS stations during April, in celebration of Earth Day. […]

The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia


  The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia Film Review by Kam Williams Uplifting Documentary Examines Dyslexia from Fresh Perspective   Some of the most brilliant people I’ve ever interviewed have been dyslexic, including film directors like Bryan Singer (The Usual Suspects), Joe Wright (Anna Karenina) and Guy Ritchie (Snatch), as well as matinee idol Channing Tatum, who opened […]

Israel Revisited via a Collage Culled from Home Movies


  Israel: A Home Movie Film Review by Kam Williams Most people’s general impressions of Israel come as a result of watching news stories prepared by professional journalists. If you’re interested in getting a more intimate feeling of the country untainted by politics, you might want to check out this documentary by Eliav Lilti. The movie is basically […]

Twenty Feet from Stardom (Documentary Announcement)


‘TWENTY FEET FROM STARDOM’ STAR-STUDDED DOCUMENTARY SHINES LIGHT ON BACKUP SINGERS AND THEIR GOSPEL ROOTS ‘Millions Know Their Voices, But No One Knows Their Names’ Little wonder the engaging new documentary TWENTY FEET FROM STARDOM earned the honor of opening this year’s documentary competition at the Sundance Film Festival. It’s three films in one. ● […]