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And that is where Jose Ceto took me on this day near the village of Xexucap. They have exhumed 26 bodies here so far, girls, boys, elderly men and women, he told me. This place is one of at least 2,000 mass graves that dot the rugged landscape like festering wounds, the scars of a civil war that spanned 36 years in which some 200,000 were killed, more than 80 percent of them indigenous Mayans..

Bruce Elliot, Barry Chambers, Linda Flores Wade, William Larsen, Alec Gifford, Eric A. Vicini, Michael Gurievsky, Caroline Crosthwaite Eyre, Helen Miller, Harold Herthm, Norman Davis, Errol McLendon, Bruce Gelb, Alex Rodine, Sam Stoneburner, Odin K. Langford, Jorge Fernndez.

Instead, he claims, films are a report on what I learned. He acknowledges that a report still requires a degree of selection and arrangement of materials, and he explains how another person with the same material would see something else, advocating for documentary subjectivity and rejecting its objectivity.In addition to a unique form, Wiseman maintains a strong business sense and presence. While long term relationships between makers and media institutions are rare today, particularly for documentary makers, Wiseman has maintained a relationship with PBS for most of his career.

72 Offprints from Nobel Prize winners. First edition. Offprints. Per cinque giorni, nel 1996, David Lipsky, romanziere e giornalista, ha seguito David Foster Wallace nel tour promozionale di “Infinite Jest”, con l’obiettivo di intervistarlo per la rivista Rolling Stone. I due hanno condiviso la solitudine innevata della casa di Wallace, la saliva dei suoi cani, i viaggi in auto e in aereo, l’ansia prima dei reading, l’incontro con due amiche, le sedute davanti al piccolo schermo, vera grande dipendenza di David Wallace. Si sono studiati a vicenda, si sono fatti delle confessioni e ne hanno taciute molte altre, si sono invidiati e detestati, persi e incontrati, e da allora non si sono mai più rivisti.

Demetrio Perez è un avvocato d’ufficio che difende i delinquenti, i dimenticati, i perdenti. La sua carriera è sfumata con il suo matrimonio, di cui Tea, la figlia, è l’unico bagliore. Rassegnato e inerte, si trascina nella vita, lasciando che siano gli altri a scegliere per lui.