RESCUE DAWN on Tastemakers

Article: RESCUE DAWN on Tastemakers

Werner Herzog is a lover of conflict. Whether it’s man vs. man, man vs. nature or man vs. himself, his films have a habit of pitting a man against the extremes. In RESCUE DAWN (2006) the man is Deiter Dengler (Christian Bale), a US Navy pilot who was shot down in Laos only 40 minutes into his very first mission in 1965 during the Vietnam War. Between surviving the crash, his Pathet Lao captors and his subsequent escape, Dengler confronted and triumphed over man, nature and himself.

On Sundance Channel’s Tastemakers Series this month. Every week, watch a different award winning film from festivals around the globe. A series of contemporary hits and timeless masterpieces that define cool and defy limits. Sundays at 10PM E/P.

HOTEL RWANDA on Tastemakers

Article: HOTEL RWANDA on Tastemakers

HOTEL RWANDA (2004) is the true story of Paul Rusesabagina (Don Cheadle), a Hutu hotel manager who took in hundreds of refugees, Hutu and Tutsi alike, during the 1994 Rwandan genocide in which one million people died over the course of only three months in one of the most abominable UN bungles in history. Despite…

Guerrilla Eco-Education: LVHRD Part #1

Article: Guerrilla Eco-Education: LVHRD Part #1

Imagine getting a strange “facsimile” invitation from a stranger named Beauregard H. Montgomery in your email, and you are told the only way you can RSVP to attend is by entering your name and cell phone number and to await further instructions. Beauregard goes on to say in the fax, that on the day of…