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Review: ‘Hank: Five Years From the Brink’

Review: ‘Hank: Five Years From the Brink’

Directed by Joe Berlinger Featuring Hank Paulson & Wendy Paulson ‘Hank: Five Years From the Brink’ Opens Friday, January 31 in NYC at Village East Cinema Prolific contemporary documentarian Joe Berlinger’s (Paradise Lost, Metallica: Some Kind of Monster) linear, yet face-valuably informative ‘Hank: Five Years from the Brink’ offers a (somewhat) comprehensive, yet wholly unprofound look into the

2013 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival Filmmaker Profile: Eric Trenkamp (Writer/Director – ‘American Bomber’)

‘AMERICAN BOMBER‘ finds John Hidell, a disgraced ex-soldier, travels to New York City to become the first American born and raised suicide bomber. As he prepares for his bombing, he finds himself in an unexpected relationship with Amy, a divorced bartender. As his infatuation with her and New York grows, Hidell neglects his role in

Interview: Matt Boyd (Director – ‘A Rubberband is an Unlikely Instrument’)

An eccentric Brooklyn musician navigates his family’s course on the fringes of a new American landscape. Walter Baker is struggling to maintain balance between creating art alongside the daily trials of making ends meet and raising a twelve year old son with his poet third wife. The film is an immersive meditation on possibly one