We talked to Community creator and Harmontown subject Dan Harmon for 90 minutes. Here are those results.
Looks at beloved/controversial TV writer Dan Harmon and the world of high end art forgery roll into The Bloor for a really fun week of documentaries.
Much like the subject of his second feature documentary, Neil Berkeley is on the road around midday in Southern California. I can occasionally hear road noise and his blinker in the background as he talks on his hands free connection while I’m on the other end in Toronto. It’s oddly fitting and leads to a […]
Harmontown Nightvision/Special Events Community creator Dan Harmon is one of those dangerous talents that mama always warned you about. He’s clearly a funny man and maybe even a bit of a genius. However, he’s also incredibly self-destructive in ways that doesn’t exactly define a good person. If you heard about his public scruff up with […]
Giuseppe Makes a Movie Filmmaker Adam Rifkin (The Chase, The Dark Backward, Detroit Rock City) follows around actor Giuseppe Andrews (Never Been Kissed, Cabin Fever, Independence Day) as he gets his Harmony Korine on while making his latest low-fi opus Garbanzo Gas. An accomplished filmmaker in his own right, Andrews has been making oddball oddities […]
Enter for a chance to see a showing of Hot Docs 2012 favourite Beauty is Embarrassing when it opens at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema this weekend!
Dork Shelf caught up with Beauty is Embarrassing director Neil Berkeley, and his subject, artist Wayne White about White much storied career in music videos and television, the constantly changing face of both of their arts, and how documentaries, much like art, are often taken too seriously.
In day two of our look at this year's upcoming Hot Docs International Documentary Film Festival, we take a look at The Queen of Versailles, Not a Carwash, Beauty is Embarrassing< /cite>, Herman's House, Despite the Gods, Oma & Bella, Ballroom Dancer, and GLOW: The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.