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Lucy and Desi

The way in to a lot of stories for most people, is a love story. It’s really universal. I knew I wanted to touch on important themes – the different ways they approached work, what […]

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Mayor Pete

I was intrigued by Buttigieg. He had a remarkable composure, evident intelligence, and a gift for conveying complex ideas in ways that felt graspable. But could his underdog campaign possibly be successful? Could a small-town […]

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Val

On IMDB, Val Kilmer’s Known For list includes The Doors, The Saint, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, and The Salton Sea. For me, it will always be Real Genius, Top Gun, and, most importantly, Tombstone. I […]

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Fireboys

In 2015, we began researching California’s use of around 3,000 incarcerated firefighters living and working in conservation “fire” camps who are trained to combat mounting yearly wildland fires. These incarcerated firefighter camps were touted as […]

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All Light, Everywhere

I used to say that I hated documentaries and, lately, I’ve seen a lot of really good documentaries. I was really thinking that I was becoming a fan of the genre, then I watched All Light, […]

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P!NK: All I Know So Far

In August of 2019, my wife and I attended P!NK’s Beautiful Trauma World Tour stop in Toronto. I liked some of her songs, but I wasn’t what I would call a fan… I was indifferent. […]

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Apollo 11: Quarantine

I’ve realized I’m going to have to stop saying that I hate documentaries and start saying that I hate documentaries on topics that I’m not interested in. Apollo 11: Quarantine is a 23 minute short that […]

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Zappa

I like to think of myself as a music lover. Pre-COVID, we would take in 10 – 15 concerts a year across a multitude of genres and my music collection spans a plethora of genres. […]