Long before The Blair Witch Project, John Dorr took a B&W surveillance camera and Betamax deck and made what was probably the first feature-length film on video. This half-hour documentary looks at the movies he made and the work created at EZTV, the video arts center founded by John.
A tennis blogger writes about Roscoe Tanner as he slides deeper into legal trouble over bounced checks and unpaid child support only to see her blog become a meeting ground for Roscoe’s fans, friends, and finally, his daughters. The maturity and eloquence of Roscoe’s daughters lead the blogger to rethink her relationship with her own absentee celebrity father.
Hang out with the police, protesters, and biotechnology activists at The National Democratic Convention in Los Angeles and find out what’s in those potato chips you’ve been eating.
How many people know that genetically altered foods have been on grocery store shelves in the United States since 1995?
You’ll also learn about the terminator seed, an infertile seed developed by Monsanto and the United States Department of Agriculture that requires farmers to buy new seed year after year after year.
Terminator Seed has traveled to 47 states and 34 countries including Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Vietnam, Turkey, Malaysia and Kenya and won awards at Earth Vision and International SASÀ Award 2003 Film Festival.