Tag Archives: Jay Dahl

#FIN2018 reviews — Anthropocene: The Human Epoch, Hopeless Romantic, Halloween Party

Anthropocene: The Human Epoch It's been something, watching Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky meld their visual storytelling from Manufactured Landscapes (2006) to Watermark (2013) to this, completing the trilogy with cinematographer Nicholas de Pencier, an observation of the sublime beauty and horror of human industry.  This final film is simply about the nightmare of there being… Read More

The AFF 2016 Atlantic Program Announced

On Wednesday morning the Atlantic Film Festival announced their program of films from the Atlantic region to screen at the annual festival, which runs September 15-22. The national and international films are announced in two weeks, on August 24. There are a few strong contenders in this year's list. I'm interested in seeing Bruce McDonald's new… Read More

Atlantic Film Festival 2013: Here We Go

The Atlantic Film Festival, running from today, September 12, through September 19, is a joyous time. I love all of it, but mostly the energy in the moments before the screening starts, or in the line-ups outside. "Are we about to see something life-changing tonight?" is always the question. The AFF has provided me with first-time… Read More