Takahiko limura In Memoriam / Millennium Film Journal

MFJ / WORLDS / FALL 2022 From 1967 to 2017, Japanese film artist Takahiko limura lived with his wife Akiko in New York City. At the same time, he also lived in Tokyo. Both places he called home. When he was in town, he was an avid member of the local media art community. He […]

Lynne Sachs & ‘Film About A Father Who’ at MajorDocs

Film About A Father Who & Lynne Sachs Masterclass at MajorDocsMajorDocsSeptember 1, 2022Festival dates: October 4-8, 2022https://majordocs.org/festival/ PHILOSOPHY THE FIRST SLOW FILM FESTIVAL MajorDocs is the international creative documentary film festival in Mallorca; a space to discover other realities and other perspectives through carefully selected creative documentaries. In a time defined by the sheer excess of content, MajorDocs proposes a slow experience: a journey […]

“A Hard Act to Follow” / An Essay by Lynne Sachs

Born in 1936 in Memphis, Tennessee, my father has always chosen the alternative path in life, a path that has brought unpredictable adventures, multiple children with multiple women, brushes with the police and a life-long interest in trying to do some good in the world.

Costa Rica International Film Festival: Opening the Family Album – A workshop with Lynne Sachs

This workshop is inspired by the work of Italian novelist Natalia Ginzburg, whose writing explores family relationships during the Fascist years and World War II. Ginzburg was a prescient artist who enjoyed mixing up conventional distinctions between fiction and non-fiction: “Every time that I have found myself inventing something in accordance with my old habits as a novelist, I have felt compelled at once to destroy it. The places, events, and people are all real.”