Children of the Light (Feature Critique)

Posted by on Jan 2, 2015 in Critiques, Critiques (Feature Documentary), Documentary, Feature Length, Featured |

Now, we have received Children of Light from Dawn Engle, which looks at one of Africa’s most dynamic sons, Reverend Desmond Tutu, who helped organize peaceful protests against apartheid in his native South Africa. Tutu would become the first South African to receive the Nobel Peace Prize and he would do so before Nelson Mandela (who would also receive one) had been released from prison or...

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Nathan Davis Still Lives (Critique)

Posted by on Nov 24, 2011 in Critiques, Critiques (Feature Documentary), Documentary, Feature Length | 2 comments

Filmmaker Dean Garris chose to explore the life of a talented musician who died too young, a blues singer/songwriter from North Carolina named Nathan Davis. In this film, he explores Davis' formative years, his lost love, his hustling love for music, the brink of fame and fortune that was swallowed by death, and the lasting impact he had on those whom he touched with his young life.

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