Man with a Movie Camera


I’ve begun writing a column for Sound on Sight called “Essential Docs.” It’s exactly what you think it is—a discussion of non-fiction movies, specifically the films that have endured as cultural and cinematic milestones years and decades later. My first piece discusses Dziga Vertov’s 1929 silent documentary Man with a Movie Camera, which is magical and medium-changing and a truly must-watch movie if you haven’t seen it (it’s on Netflix Instant and is only 76 minutes long).

Check out the piece here. I hope you enjoy.

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