Michael Rossato-Bennett

RIFF 2014: Alive Inside Review

Alive Inside Michael Rossato–Bennett’s look at the effects of music therapy on the minds of patients with Alzheimer’s disease is a terrible made and constructed film, but it makes up for its lack of subtlety and tact (and the fact that it’s essentially product placement for the core organization involved) with a great amount of […]

This Week at The Bloor: 7/25/14

This week at The Bloor, looks at music therapy for Alzheimer's patients in the uneven, but moving Alive Inside and a rallying cry against the rich American right wing in Citizen Koch.