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For over four decades, Stanley Clarke has been reinventing the role of the bass and the very shape of jazz. He started by supporting many of the greatest names in the scene before forming the eminent fusion group Return to Forever with pianist Chick Corea and beginning his solo career.

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Chad Eivins is a prolific experimental filmmaker, creating video installations for numerous St. Louis bands as well providing an archive of performances under the moniker.

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This list was not put together with an aesthetic in mind for what I deem best in show, but rather attempts to pool together a diverse set of documentaries about artists and their art, hoping that you'll find one worth pursuit.

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On their latest album, "I Am Very Far," Okkervil River moves out with a new vigor from their signature folk-rock style. There's a renewed thirst for order in a chaotic cacophony, and the Austin-based band is taking that heavier and cinematically-precise sound onto the road once again. The band appears at the Pageant in St. Louis on September 20.

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Wednesday, 14 September 2011 17:13

Now Screening: 2011 Israeli Doc Challenge

Finalists from the third annual Israeli Doc Challenge are now available for viewing in the Israeli Screening Room on the Doc Challenge site.

Published in Filmmaking

I took care to capture The Head and the Heart on film because they deserve it.

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Friday, 16 July 2010 15:31

Doc Challenge 2010 Finalists

The International Documentary Challenge is a timed filmmaking competition where filmmakers have 5 days to make a short non-fiction film choosing between two genres and on a specific theme. The top 12 films screen at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Film Festival in Toronto.


View all of the 2010 International Documentary Challenge Finalists now screening at

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The audience has spoken! The 2010 International Documentary Challenge Audience Award (determined by online voting) goes to Tami Tushie's Toys by Minnesota DocuClubbers from St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. Directed by Melody Gilbert, Tami Tushie's Toys follows a typical suburban hockey Mom leading an atypical work life. Congratulations to Minnesota DocuClubbers!

Published in Filmmaking
Thursday, 24 June 2010 14:19

48 Hour Film Project 2010 Winner: Maginot

The Winners have been announced for the St. Louis 48 Hour Film Project 2010 Competition.

This year's best film award went to Maginot by Redundant Redundant Films. Maginot received the Glass Award from 48 Hour Headquaters and will screen at Filmapalooza as part of the 2011 NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) show in Las Vegas.

Published in Filmmaking
Tuesday, 18 May 2010 16:57

The Good, The Bad, The Weird

In a wacky homage to Sergio Leone's the Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, South Korean co-writer/director Kim Jee-Woon dishes up his Korean western, The Good, The Bad, The Weird. And it lives up to its title, and not just in the three principal criminals in 1930s Manchuria desperately in pursuit of a treasure map. Kim shamelessly throws in just about everything but the kitchen sink, including the Chief of the Japanese Imperial Bank, gangs of Asian bandits, Japanese army/Manchurian soldiers, and an assortment of self-serving robbers and bounty hunters.

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