Memory is ridiculously fleeting. Almost instantaneously as we arrived home, we could feel the trip slipping from something we were doing to something we had done. It’s startling how quickly the present becomes the past. So on our fourth day back in Los Angeles, before we even officially returned to our house which was still […]
In Italy, in Spain, in Portugal and throughout much of the world, people are talking about the recent economic crisis and how it’s changed their lives. The Crisis has been a constant topic of conversation around dinner tables, in the homes of new friends, and a living study in real world economics for the kids. […]
In a visit to another of the world’s lovely coffee houses, we catch the proprietress off-guard with one of life’s important questions.
We had the opportunity to sit down with Tainui Stephens, a Maori director and producer, in Wellington, New Zealand, and discuss what distinguishes the Maori from other indigenous cultures around the world. So many indigenous people, such as the native American Indians, saw their land taken from them and their culture marginalized. But in New […]
As part of our journey, we’re sitting down with filmmakers all over the world and talking about work, life and our shared love of telling stories. In Buenos Aires, we spoke with Benjamin Ávila, an Argentinian writer-director, whose first narrative feature premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this past Spring and will be screening at […]
As we travel around the world, we have twenty questions that we’ll be asking wherever we go, comparing and contrasting different cultures and different people. This is the first installment in our Twenty Questions series. As you can see, we started with a real softball.Okay, here’s the thing: We only have ten of our twenty […]