Emmy Spotlight. With eyewitness accounts of what it was like to live through the storm and its aftermath, When the Levees Broke indicts just about every Bush-era response to the hurricane, and shows the devastating degree to which a natural disaster became a manmade disaster that left one of America’s richest cultural centers changed forever. Released just ahead of the contentious presidential election, this political doc directed by Billy Corben Screwball couldn’t have been more timely. Hungry for Change exposes the diet and weight loss industry and how they manipulate us to keep their industry thriving. The majority of political campaign films concentrate on the candidates, in part because they’re a bigger draw. Orson Welles hosts viewers through a twisty tale of fakes and frauds and fabrications, and it plays like a cinematic magic show. Andre the Giant was great, in so many ways. The View. Too often, directors are reduced to recruiting actors to read the prose of famous pieces over grainy photos. The fact that Durst agreed to extensive interviews about his troubled life would have been enough to make The Jinx a compelling series, but when Durst was arrested on first-degree murder charges a day before the finale aired it became front-page news.
We know the word. We know more than a third of Americans are obese. We know that the United States is facing an epidemic. We know more energy out than calories in is key to losing weight. So, why after almost 30 years of Americans’ weight ticking up the scale has it suddenly called for a national campaign to change? John Hoffman, vice president of HBO Documentary Films and the executive producer of “The Weight of the Nation,” told National Public Radio the documentary is “not a piece of journalism” but instead “a piece of public health. It’s going to take a long time to turn this around. In viewing the films, one thing that stands out is the attempt to change the conversation about obesity. If you were told, well, your child is at risk for some sort of brain disease, that would get your attention,” Dr. Francis Collins, director of the NIH, said in the documentary. Keith Ayoob, the director for the Nutrition Clinic at Albert Einstein College of Medicine who has not yet seen the film and was not involved in its making, disagrees. The question is, what’s going to fix it?
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