The 5 Best Films of Human Rights Watch 2016
The Human Rights Watch Film Festival has become just as important a showcase of nonfiction artistry as it was a place of cinematic activism. These five films rose to the top of this year's list, intuitive character studies and moving community portraits, along with one breathtaking accomplishment by an exciting new voice.
‘The Realness’ Episode 15: ’12 O’Clock Boys’
In this week's episode, Daniel and Christopher are joined by Kristy Puchko (Cinema Blend; PopCrush) to discuss Lotfy Nathan's '12 O'Clock Boys,' which is one of the most critically acclaimed and honored docs of 2014 so far. Somehow the three of us are united in not thinking it's such a great film, though it is definitely one with a lot to discuss.