Tagged:  Documentary Movies

By JPRoscoe, January 14, 2019 0

When Ruth Bader Ginsburg entered Harvard Law School in the 1950s, she was a minority.  Women were thought to be… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, December 29, 2018 0

The Rolling Stones are giving a free concert.  Located at the Altamont Speedway outside of San Francisco, the concert is… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, December 13, 2018 0

Inuk Nanook and his family face hardship and the struggles of the Far North as winter comes on and food… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, September 21, 2018 0

Fred Rogers might not always be considered a rebel, but what he did was revolutionary.  As Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood grew… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, May 27, 2018 0

“He wrote me…” A woman tells of her correspondence with a traveler named Sandor Krasny as he examines the world… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, May 21, 2018 0

A round ball shaped object rolls from the dress of a young boy’s collapsed teacher…and turns into a little boy…. Read More »

By JPRoscoe, May 10, 2018 0

Kirsten Johnson has travelled the world.  As a documentary shooter, she’s covered subjects from Sarajevo to New York City and… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, February 12, 2018 0

Daniel Ellsberg had a secret.  He knew what the government was saying about the war in Vietnam and how they… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, February 10, 2018 0

The loan system leads to the financial crisis of 2008, and one bank is charged.  The small family owned Abacus… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, February 8, 2018 0

Philippe Petit found his dream.  A vision of the under-construction World Trade Center gave Philippe the idea that he wanted… Read More »