Tag: documentary

  • What I’m Reading (and More): March edition

    Hi readers – hope everyone is doing well!  I’ve been incredibly busy the last several weeks at work, which seems to be the new normal.  To be honest, I haven’t been reading much, but I have watched some interesting films lately which I wanted to share. Reading The Acts of the ApostlesRereading Acts, one thing […]

  • Bringing WWI to Life – Peter Jackson’s They Shall Not Grow Old

    My sister shared this with me – a new documentary called They Shall Not Grow Old by Peter Jackson (director of The Lord of the Rings).  He took film footage from WWI, restored and colorized it, and added voiceover so you can get a sense of what it was really like.  Hoping this makes it […]

  • A King, a Boy, and a Sailor’s Wife – Three Films of WWII

    The past couple of weeks, I’ve enjoyed three very interesting, yet vastly different, films which take place during or leading up to World War II.  I haven’t shared a movie review in a while, so I thought I’d just mention these before I forgot about them. First up is The King’s Choice, a Norwegian film […]

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