Jini Dellaccio captured the images for some of the most memorable album covers for Northwest bands from the 1960's. Snubbing convention, Dellaccio reinvented herself in her mid-thirties and became known as one of the most daring and innovative photographers in the field. Watch full documentary on REEL NW.
Hear form Angela and Bryan Tucker about the experience of making a documentary based on the story of Angela, an inter-racial adoptee on a quest to find her birth mother.
Michael Parfit and Suzanne Chisholm went to Nootka Sound for a few weeks to cover a story for a magazine, they ended up staying three years. Find out why, in this interview with the filmmakers. Host Warren Etheredge. More at http://kcts9.org/reel-nw
Dan Merchant, the director of "Lord, Save Us from Your Followers," talks with the film critic Robert Horton about what prompted him to make his film, and what kind of role he thinks faith should have in political discourse.
Jeff Chiba Stearns, the director of "One Big Hapa Family," talks to the film critic Robert Horton about how a family reunion led to his film, and how he wanted to create a "candy shop" of animation by inviting fellow animators to work with him.
Jeff Chiba Stearns talks about how he came up with the idea for his film "Yellow Sticky Notes," and the benefits of using YouTube as a distribution channel.
Film Critic Robert Horton speaks with Delany Ruston, the filmmaker of "Unlisted: A Story of Schizophrenia" about how her career as a physician informed choice to make the film, the personal journey she undertook while documenting her reconnection with her father, and her new film project on global mental health, which has taken her to China, India, and France.
Film Critic Robert Horton speaks with "Back the the Garden" director Kevin Tomlinson about revisiting his hippie subjects 20 years after originally documenting their lifestyle, how much of their worldview has become part of mainstream, and more.
Film Critic Robert Horton speaks with Sandy Cioffi, director of "Sweet Crude" about her choice to not make being arrested during filming part of the film, the danger of self-importance in storytelling, and the current situation in the Niger River Delta.
Film Critic Robert Horton speaks with Bob Ridgley and Terri Krantz directors of "American Collectors" about interviewing and exploring the minds of serious collectors by asking the question, "Why do Collectors collect?"
Film Critic Robert Horton speaks with "Rebuilding Hope" director Jen Marlowe about finding a new way to tell the story of the "lost boys" of Sudan by relating it to current events. She addresses her desire to make the differences and similarities between Darfur and South Sudan clear, and how the relationship between herself as a filmmaker and the subject of the film.
Film Critic Robert Horton speaks with "Man Zou" filmmakers Jason Reid, Ian Connors, and Darren Lund about exploring China's countryside on bikes. Director Jason Reid wanted to show the side of China that the world hasn't seen before, a warm and hospitable people.