Gonzmomentary.com just announced that “Clark: A Gonzomentary” has been accepted by the Philly Independent Film Festival. Clark: A Gonzomentary will premier Friday June 28th, 2013, 5pm EST at the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia…
From Gonzomentary.com What results from Warwick’s footage is a “gonzomentary,” a mix of fourth-wall busting filmmaking, mockumentary, Gonzo journalism and whatever else can be added into the mix, which includes: Uncle Binky…
Well, probably not, given that the newborn appears to be about a year old, the obstetrician has a chic 2012-style haircut, and the whole thing is shot on an iPhone. Nonetheless Obama Sr. Filming His Son’s Birth in Kenya gives us a chance to see the elusive footage that Tea Partiers have spent four years vainly searching for:
Here we go again, another Hollywood movie (well it’s sort of indie, but still being released by a big studio) making conspiracy theorists out to be completely crazy. On the other hand, the trailer makes it look a whole lot better than the Mel Gibson attempt at the same.
The Conspiracy is directed by Christopher McBride and features Aaron Poole, James Gilbert, Peter Apostolopoulos, Angela Besharah, and Laura de Carteret. The official synopsis: “A documentary about conspiracy theories takes a horrific turn after the filmmakers uncover an ancient and dangerous secret society.”
“This lunatic ‘Clark’ has Adonis DNA in his veins,” —Charlie Sheen “This movie is a complete trainwreck. And I mean that in the best way imaginable.” —Entertainment Weekly Clark: A Gonzomentary explores…
The Office was a hit in England before it became a hit in the States. With the mock-documentary, hand-cam style of filming, Afghanistan is now getting it’s own version entitled The Ministry. Daily Mail reports:
Rather than being set in a Slough paper manufacturing firm, ‘The Ministry’ is based in the war-torn country’s Ministry of Garbage. The mock-documentary has been filmed in exactly the same way as Ricky Gervais’ BBC comedy.
Footage of the characters addressing the camera directly, as if being interviewed, is interspersed with scenes of them apparently going about their working lives. The comedy, which will be broadcast on Afghanistan’s largest commercial television station Tolo TV later this year, features a sleazy manager, a dozy security guard and a man-hating female secretary.