Author Archive: Christopher Forsley

Christopher lives on the edge of San Francisco. He's published in VICE, The Rumpus, and SF Weekly. Last Gasp distributes a few books by The Forsley Brothers, and PORK has recently started carrying their Dirty Klown comix. For the last ten years he has been working on the same screenplay.

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The Television-Styled Puff Piece Called Life Itself

The Television-Styled Puff Piece Called Life Itself

| September 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Life Itself (2014) is a documentary about the late and great film critic Roger Ebert.  Rather than focusing on his life, as its title implies it will, the film focuses on his death.  It opens with footage of Ebert in the midst of his last battle in the war against cancer.  Steve James, the director of Life […]

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5 Underrated Films From Highly Rated Filmmakers

5 Underrated Films From Highly Rated Filmmakers

| July 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Cinema’s greatest filmmakers have taken their greatest films up mountains that tower above the films that dot the hillside below.  Sometimes a great filmmaker has to spend years on the hillside before building up the strength to scale a mountain with a film.  Other times, a great filmmaker reaches a creative peak early in his […]

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Noah and the Ark

Noah and the Ark

| June 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

From what I remember learning in catechism class, the entire story of Noah’s Ark is chronicled in only four chapters of the Bible’s Book of Genesis, and its plot-line is simple: Noah, after receiving detailed instructions from Mister Almighty, builds an ark to act as a safe-house against the Great Flood for his family and […]

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