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Ballet 422 – The Review

26 February 2015 8:46 PM, PST | | See recent news »

Last year proved to be an extraordinary one for feature-length documentaries about art and artists. 2014 saw the release of Tim’S Vermeer (a holdover from 2013), For No Good Reason, Jodorowsky’S Dune, all dealing with masters of pen, ink, and brush while Life, Itself explored the writing of Roger Ebert and Glen Campbell: I’LL Be Me offered an intimate portrait of the acclaimed musician. Barely two months into 2015, we’re now treated to an exceptional film which immerses us into the world of classic dance. Now, the ballet has been the backdrop for many classic dramatic films, from the fantasy world of The Red Shoes to the psychological terror of Black Swan. But there’s little back stage melodrama here. Director Jody Lee Lipes let’s us peek behind the curtain, past the tights and tutus for the sweat, strain, and stress for Ballet 422.

So, what’s with the number? »

- Jim Batts

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Interview – Wamg Talks to Finding Vivian Maier Directors Charlie Siskel and John Maloof

17 February 2015 11:36 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Film makers Charlie Siskel (left) and John Maloof (right)

2014 turned out to be an exceptional year for feature-length documentaries about artists. A film from 2013, Tim’S Vermeer, opened wide that January and was soon followed by Jodorowsky’S Dune, For No Good Reason, Life, Itself, and Glen Campbell: I’LL Be Me. However, the only art doc to be included in the five nominees for Best Documentary Feature Film at the 87th Academy Awards is the acclaimed Finding Vivian Maier. You can read my review here. Recently Wamg was able to speak to the two men behind the film, producer/writer/directors John Maloof (who also narrates the film) and Charlie Siskel.

Wamg: I suppose we should start with you John, since this journey began back in 2007 with your purchase of a box of Maier’s negatives at an auction. You mention in the film that you’d hoped »

- Jim Batts

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