Transcending the Conventions of “True Crime” in Love & Terror on the Howling Plains of Nowhere

by Dave Jannetta In the broadest sense – I made “Love and Terror” because it’s a film that I would want see. On the surface, it has the elements of documentaries that I love: a riveting underlying story, fascinating characters, a unique setting, and the opportunity to explore a seemingly foreign universe. Yet, I aimed to

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An Appalachian Journey

by Andrew Moynehan Big Moccasin offers an intimate and objective look into the lives of people in a small community in the Appalachian Mountains of southwest Virginia. The four central characters reflect upon their lives in the area, their futures, and their position in the America they live in.  The landscape of rural America is

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