Posts Tagged "documentary"

Web 3.0: A Story About the Semantic Web

Web 3.0 is a short documentary on the semantic web, by Kate Ray. I don’t recognize a lot of names of folks who were interviewed, by Clay Shirky’s stands out. Lots of interesting points and points of view here. Overall, it’s about 15 minutes long. Context and relationships are two very interesting terms to banddy about, when thinking about the…

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Lessons From a Tailor: Everybody is a Perfect Person

Thanks to Juliet, for sending in this great documentary short about tailor Martin Greenfield. Made by Galen Summer, it’s an intimate look at Greenfield’s career, the surprising arc of his life from childhood until now, and his view on both clothing and people. Greenfield strikes me as the kind of guy you want to hang out with, sitting in chairs…

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The Bridge

I recently watched a documentary entitled The Bridge, and it absolutely took my breath away. The film is about San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, and the people who go there to jump, to end their lives. In 2004, the director and crew spent an entire year on site, filming the bridge… and many of the 24 suicides that took place…

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