STF: Do you have a personal connection to the garment industry? People you knew, people in your family?
Levin: Yeah, my grandparents ran a hanger and dress form business in Brooklyn that was my great-grandfather’s. He immigrated here and in many ways his story is like a lot of the stories you see here. He was a poor Jewish kid that came here as a teenager. He invented and patented, I think around 1910, an adjustable dress form for the company Acme Dress Form, and did very well. And the other side is, my father refused to go into the schmatta business, he ended up becoming a journalist, but both my mother and father became labor organizers. My father-in-law actually worked for [labor leader] Sidney Hillman as a union organizer. When you look back, you discover, like so many others, yeah I’m connected to this story too.
STF: Do you have any memories as a child of visiting these factories?
Levin: I have to admit that I’ve been kind of fashion illiterate and ignorant most of my life. In fact, when I was making the film I remember once I was on the beach with two of my sisters and I was reading Women’s Wear Daily. And I overhead my sister saying, what happened to Marc? They had never even seen me look at anything, although I live right in the Garment District on 26th Street right next to [the Fashion Institute of Technology]. I’ve been surrounded by it, and I live, actually, in what used to be a garment factory—my studio is in the Starrit-Lehigh Building, which used to be a small industrial building and has now been taken over by fashion marketing, media companies and so on.
STF: For a film that’s historical in nature, it had a very personal feeling, that’s why I asked.
Levin: Well, it’s not just me. One of the things that was an eye opener was how many people, if you just scratch the surface, are in some way connected. When we went to Toronto and opened the film there I was stunned. I never realized that there was a huge schmatta business up there. And Sheila Nevins, who is the head of HBO non-fiction and a force in her own right, we discovered that she had a very profound connection to the story. She had heard stories that her great aunt had been in the Triangle Shirtwaist fire. And during the making of this film Daphne Pinkerson, the producer, did a lot of research, and we were able to discover that Sheila’s great-aunt actually died in the Triangle Shirtwaist fire. She was one of the young women who jumped out the window and died, we found her death certificate. That became such a powerful force, not only in the making of the film. The Triangle Shirtwaist fire happened only a few blocks from here, in the Ash building right off of Washington Square, and this March 25th is the 100th anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist fire and it’s going to be a major event in New York City. We’ve done a kind of memorial film that is the story of what happened as told through the descendants, through people who are somehow connected to all sides of that story.
The genesis of this film was, I had for years been on Sheila’s case about doing something that speaks to the economy and how things are changing and she would always say go with your friend Bill Moyers, or go to Frontline, that kind of thing. And then in the summer of 2007, well before the crash, she said, maybe it’s time to do something, let’s start looking. And I was actually looking in the hedge fund world because I had some family in that world, and they were beginning to get uneasy about the whole subprime crisis. It was the beginning of a panic, little did I think it would develop into what it did. So I went to her and said, I think I can get access to this world, no one’s ever really been inside, no one understands. And she said, hedge funds, no one really cares about that, that’s on Bloomberg, CNBC, we don’t do that. She said, what about the garment center? And I looked at her like she was crazy. I mean the garment center, does that even exist anymore? Is anybody even making clothes? And she started looking at what she was wearing—this is made in India, this is made in Thailand. And I said, you want me to do something on the schmatta business? And she said, scmattta—great title. And I said, yeah, what’s the film? And she said, you’ll figure it out. I think you’re right, there is a personal element, and I think that’s what we struggled with—not only because we were connected—to try to get some human voices, some humanity, some people from all different elements of this world who were affected by it. One of the original ideas was the last season in the garment center, which you see some of the characters struggling with. So I think that idea of personalizing it was there from the beginning.
STF: I also have a connection to the garment industry. My grandparents and my parents were among Cubans who came to the U.S. in the 1960s and my grandmother and my mother worked in some nonunion shops in Queens. So as a kid I remember going to these factories and you’d have the long tables and people cutting fabric, so watching this film reminded me of that world.
Levin: I’m amazed at how many people had some connection to this business.
STF: When you brought Sheila the death certificate of her great aunt, was there a moment there?
Levin: There’s a coffee table book coming out about [the Shirtwaist Triangle fire] and she wrote the introduction to it, and it’s a letter to her aunt Celia. She broke down, it was very moving, and I think in a way she felt in some way—Sheila, Cecilia—she may have been named after this great aunt. It was a very personal, very moving moment. But I think she may be willing for the first time to step out on a personal level and speak about that.
STF: The rags to riches to rags story is one that is mirrored in wider society. We get to this high point in American labor, and then people are trying to take us back into the 19th century.
Levin: I think it’s appropriate that you bring that up because the State of the Union is tonight, and then Mike Pence, who is a very conservative fiscal Republican, is giving the response. And then, if that’s not conservative enough for you, Michelle Bachmann is doing a tea party rant. So it actually began in the late 70s and early 80s, this push to deregulation. There were both political forces and technological changes: the automation, outsourcing, that you could find cheap labor anywhere, globalization, containerization. But deregulation was obviously a huge part. The political will was that we have to liberate capital. We’ve done enough for the working people—that was the New Deal—now we have to rebalance it and do more for capital. Obviously there’s a lot of debate to that. I guess what I found fascinating was one, I never thought about looking at these tectonic economic shifts through the lens of fashion, which is what this movie is.
Fashion is such a popular culture force now, it’s such a language that people understand, and it’s obviously a way of interesting people. If you were going to say we’re going to do a history of the political economy people would say, thanks but no thanks. This is a microcosm—the auto industry, the steel industry—all of that manufacturing. The statistic is the mindblowing centerpiece, that we made 95% of clothing in the United States in the early 60s and now it’s down to 2% or 3%. That’s a huge question, where do we go? There’s a line in the upcoming film Remembering the Fire, where one of the relatives says, you hear all this talk about deregulation. You know what deregulation is, look at these young women lying on the street. This idea that business doesn’t need to be supervised, doesn’t need to be regulated, that it will self-regulate, that the marketplace will take care of itself—how this myth has taken hold and has such power. And even after the crash of 2008, here we are three years later and we’re hearing the same mantra. That was one of the unique things about this endeavor, which is, let’s look at it through this lens that’s different than you normally would.
STF: Can you talk a little bit about your relationship with HBO? You have now made a number of films with them—Soldiers in the Army of God, Protocols of Zion—both excellent films that everybody should see. Can you talk a little bit about how that started?
Levin: I started as a kid with the Maysles, I was 18 years old, I dropped out of Wesleyan University. I’m still friends with Al [Maysles], I look up to him as one of the great figures and as a mentor. What happened was, they were making Gimme Shelter—this was in 1969, 1970—but somebody told me they were doing a film on the Rolling Stones on 1697 Broadway. I just walked in there, and somebody shoved a bunch of 16 mm cans in my hand and said, take that around the corner. So I did, and I came back, and did that for the next couple days. And it was after three days that David Maysles came up to me and said, who the hell are you? And I said my name is Marc Levin and I’d love to just be an intern, an apprentice. I wasn’t getting paid, I didn’t care, I wasn’t thinking about labor organizing or anything. At some point David [Maysles] came down with mononucleosis, and I would go to the hospital and I would screen these scenes, and he would give me notes, and I’d come back. So I’m about to leave, and he says Marc we have something very important to discuss. [Maysles Studios partner] Charlotte [Zwerin] came to me and said all the editors are going to go on strike if I don’t pay you. I knew nothing about it. And he looked at me as if I was a subversive who was trying to organize the shop. And I was like David, I’m not asking for anything. He said, well you don’t have a choice, they’re going to go on strike unless I pay you. So you have a big decision to make. You can either get paid—I think it was $75 or $100 a week—or you can get a credit on the film. So being a wiseass kid, I’m thinking, a credit, what am I? I’m a nothing, I’m an intern. I’ll take the $100. And about seven years ago they re-released Gimme Shelter and I went and saw it, and I felt bad that my name isn’t on it. It’s one of the great films of all time. So I guess it was my first lesson in showbiz. That’s how I started as an editor.
I was able to hook up with Bill Moyers. I came up more through the journalistic background and documentaries were white papers on CBS, they were PBS documentaries. Sheila, I see, as a figure who came out of that world—she worked for Don Hewitt, she worked at PBS. But she created this bridge—this world of nonfiction that we see now that cable empires—Discovery, A&E, National Geographic—built around nonfiction storytelling. She was really the one who said, this doesn’t just have to be do-good, educational. This can really be something that attracts an audience. I started working with her I think in ‘89 or ‘90 on a film called Mob Stories—all of the subject matter that she was the first to kind of popularize—my understanding is that some of those documentaries were getting higher ratings than the Hollywood movies. That was an eye opener. So they’re seeing these documentaries, and they start thinking we need to create programming. She’s unique in the corporate world in that the way she works is impulsive, it’s from the gut, it can change direction. All I can say is that that spoke to me, and also that she said, I want somebody to watch this, I want an audience, and I believe we can get an audience. So for me that was a huge growth, from strictly looking at it from the news world, to oh wow, this is human drama, and it can be shaped. I’m doing a series now called Brick City which is really an outgrowth of that work, which many people compare to The Wire. It’s nonfiction but it’s not a reality show, and it’s not a documentary in the conventional sense, but it plays very much like you’re watching The Wire meets West Wing. So I see her as a person who certainly helped me, helped the audience, and helped a whole generation of filmmakers move in that direction. At the same time she’s a difficult woman to work with. So you have to know how to be part of that creative dialogue, but it played to my strengths and I give her tremendous credit. At one point she said, where do you think all of the children and grandchildren of these people that made it into the middle class that worked some way in this industry, what’s happened to them? And this was post-crash, in the fall of 2008. So right now I’ve been following for the last six months four families who really had a good life and knew the best of the American dream but have been out of work for over a year and probably will never regain the position that they once had in life. So it’s this slow-motion free fall. And, unlike this, it’s a very personal story.
STF: I believe Barbara Koppel’s first gig was as an intern on Gimme Shelter, and her first day she went to Madison Square Garden and they had about 40 road cases of equipment and they said, “Stand here and make sure nobody steals anything.”
Levin: I was with her last night at Sundance, and I certainly remember when she made Harlan County U.S.A. back in the 70s and that was certainly a seminal event in thinking that somebody who was a contemporary making a documentary that opened up on the Upper East Side, it won an Academy Award. It just kind of opened up so many avenues of thinking, well there are different ways of making film. You don’t have to just run to Hollywood and do it that way.
Audience: Can you talk a little bit about when in the post production process the music and sound design comes in, and if you conceptualize the music before you shoot, while you shoot, after you shoot?
Levin: This is a musical, first of all. That’s the secret to why it was on HBO. So it has a certain kind of entertainment and showtime element. [Musician and composer] John Zorn is a friend of mine, the guy is a genius. This is the only film I think he will ever do where it’s a combination of original score and licensing of major songs. John came in, I knew he had an interest in this area, and I just showed him some footage when we were just starting. Some of the geometry of the garment center, and some of the characters to give him a taste of some of the different personalities, from garmento to cutter. And the next week he came back with an album. And he had obviously been thinking his own thing, and he went in the studio with a trio, and they just had a magic moment and they came out with 12 pieces, I think 10 of them are in the film. It was a loop and [editor Richard Lowe] and I would play that music, and that gave us a rhythm and a kind of texture that we started working off of. We would cut scenes to it. So music was key. Now, Rhapsody in Blue, which opens and closes the film—that wasn’t just taken out of the air. That was played at Marc Jacobs incredible show that he had in 2008, literally, I think a day before the crash. When Gershwin wrote that song in the early 20s it was very much about New York City, trying to capture, in music the chaos and diversity of the growth of this metropolis. And it was literally at that time that he wrote that that the garment district was being born. It was originally in the Lower East Side, just people working in the Tenement, then it was around [Greenwich Village]. The wealthy people that lived on 5th Avenue and all of the famous shops on 5th Avenue, they got upset that there were all of these immigrants that didn’t speak English that would come out of the sweatshops during their lunch hour and be on the street. So they said, we need to move this out of here. And at that time, the midtown area was actually a prostitution and gambling area, and so the garment center and these immigrants were moved into that area. Music was key to the process and kind of a type of feedback. Music was essential, and I know John appreciates the film, but I will admit that came up to me and said, that’s the last time I will ever score a film where there’s anybody else’s music in it. So I’m happy that he allowed us to mix his original score with a lot of licensed music that carried us through the 20th century.
Editing, in the end, it’s rhythm. It’s about finding a rhythm of storytelling. We talk about beats just like musicians talk about beats. I think that music is essential in filmmaking, because it’s very much about the rhythm of storytelling, even in narrative.
[Q&A has been edited for length and clarity]
Congrats! This is exciting.
I have a wonderful conversation on my blog with Astra—talented, talented woman!
Great essay, Thom. Many of us who write about books, serious literary fiction and literature in translation in particular, feel the same way; it’s a complaint commensurate with the shift/decline in print media.
Don’t discount blogs though. At least in the book world there are a lot of avid writers not only picking up where the old mainstream media left off, but finding new ways to critique and engage books (and pushing the blog format) – new online literary journals are popping up too, for the very same reason that there are more filmmakers: technology has reduced the barriers to entry. And now, former professional critics are becoming online critics, paid or not, and enjoying the freedom of the format and the connection with their audience that rarely existed in print. The result is an eclectic and vibrant mix of voices and I’d assert that if there’s an audience for doc films, which there is, then there’s the potential at least for the same sort of renaissance in doc-film criticism.
Bud Parr, blogger,
Words Without Borders
Nice going, Thom!
I’ve bemoaned the sad state of docu criticism on many occasions, but never really considered that there might be an alternative. Reading your piece made me realize what a boon reliably in-depth and insightful criticism would be to my work (and others’).
Maybe you should contact Pat Aufderheide. Now that she’s successfully revolutionized copyright, perhaps she can help fix things up in this arena. But seriously, I bet her Center could make a real contribution.
Thanks for opening eyes and pushing the field forward.
Thanks for the thoughtful analysis.
Problem is that we are dealing with “the Tyranny of Large Numbers”
When I was doing Network television in the early 60’s there were 4 channels- and a push from the FCC to do “ed B’castin” How does one do justice now to the abundance of programming bombarding us.
and more importantly-What in our contemp society encourages reflection, much less contemplation- we believe the lies because it’s easier than searching out the truth- and if they confirm our assumptions- so much the better.
But I, like you ,and thousands of others soldier on
—because even if unwanted or ignored- the pursuing of truth beauty and justice is our way of being in the world and I for one have no intention of changing course.
great essay Thom.
As a smalltown boy my own love of cinema was heavily reliant on film criticism. I didn’t have access to many of the films I was reading about (via by Pauline Kael, Ebert, and especially J. Hoberman, when I could find a Village Voice in Northern Ontario), but the writing fueled my interest and passion, and eventually led me to film school.
In Toronto, our best film critic, Geoff Pevere, become quite addicted to docs, and wrote incisively about them. I tangibly noticed what a difference it made in developing audience interest for the form here. Unfortunately we lost him to the Book Section!
But, I agree with Rosenbaum that sites like ROUGE (which is excellent) are picking up the critical slack, even if industry gossip sites continue get most of the hits.
Wow, this sounds great. Wish I had been there. Ever since I read her autobiography Dust Tracks on the Road, I have been obsessed with ZNH!
Also deserving a mention: the first Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund Awards. Perhaps the fanciest documentary party ever, or, as one of the grantees commented, the scruffiest Gucci party ever. Not scruffy at all though.
Hey Thom, when are you going to head East and check out all the great stuff being made in East Asia? can’t you come to the Iron Horse, the Golden Horse or something?
Here’s a look back at the STFs I attended this past year:
As well as my own top 10 list:
Looking forward to the new season!
I spend most of my time reading and reviewing books, and interviewing authors. Engaging with the printed word is simply much more stimulating than watching 90% of the movies that are currently served up to the public..of the 10% that are worth thinking and writing about, I’d say most are documentaries…
This is, as you say, an interesting field in which to practice criticism; given the state of today’s media however, few are likely to be hired based on any particular knowledge of the documentary genre.
Good criticism is a function as much of what is criticized as of how the critic writes…and talented critics, when they have a choice, will always seek out the most challenging material, regardless of which medium it may appear in.
I saw VSPRS in Paris in October 2007 (on my honeymoon), and its was GREAT; I had no idea this was happening! Big fan of Sophie’s… glad to see PERVERT’S GUIDE get a run… and no idea she had done a VSPRS film…
Thanks for the update, Thom!
Great piece, Thom. Essential. A new doc criticism is necessary if only to encompass documentary filmmaking in countries like China, India, Africa and eastern Europe. Jia Zhangke, for example—Useless, 24 City—says he makes non-fiction films to stop the disappearing of images and stories and landscapes, endemic to postwar Chinese history.
Thanks Raphaela for your account of the festival. I read evey word and felt like I was there. You and Thom are the best. Hope Kevin and I will get to see you soon at IFC for a screening!
Happy New Year
Beautiful evening. I especially enjoyed the screening of the 12-minute short on “The First World Festival of Negro Arts” I loved how Greaves captured the optimism of that early period of African independence so well.
just read it – now am in tears. Britical you write so bloody well, I want 1000’s and more to read your words !
nice enjoyment had taken place i m feeling jealous.
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It was initially disappointing to see so many empty seats in that room the other night, for this will certainly turn out to be one of the real cinema-going treats of 2009, but the post-film Q&A;felt more intimate because of it (although that one dude telling Peter Davis what he did and didn’t stage was… well, I would rather not get into that right now).
Lucky for us, and shame on everyone else for missing out (though maybe Cannes had something to do with that?). It sounds like there are no immediate plans for Icarus to release the Middletown series in a more affordable DVD boxed set edition, but maybe if enough of us complain it will kick them/someone else into gear. After having only seen Seventeen and Second Time Around, this already stands tall as the Decalogue of nonfiction. I might consider lopping off a finger to see the others. Hopefully it won’t come to that.
It was mildly disappointing, I suppose, that the theater wasn’t jam-packed, but the real disappointment is that these films aren’t available on DVD. In an age when EVERYTHING is available for download or rental or Netflix, it’s inexplicable that we shouldn’t all be able to order up these six beauties with the touch of a button (and, okay, maybe a credit card).
As for the so-called ‘argument’ about what was staged and what wasn’t—with all due respect, you missed the point. It wasn’t that anything was staged, and no one, not I, who got the conversation started, and not the other dude in the row behind me (who I think is the dude to whom you’re referring), was suggesting that any scenes were staged, but merely the rather obvious fact that the actions of the subjects of documentary films are of course altered by the presence of the camera.
(My point, and I am happy to make it again, and complete it, is that the scene where the couple talks about how much money the guy spends on his stamp collection was in particular affected by the camera’s presence; that without a camera there, it is likely these two may not have recognized how silly and wonderfully trivial the conversation was; that they might not have laughed so charmingly about the whole thing… I think it’s one of the strongest scenes in a very strong film, and the moments of acute self-consciousness on both their parts contributes to the scene being so terrific.)
And by the way, not that it matters (and it doesn’t), but I happen to know that Peter Davis agrees with me on the larger point. Other families talked politics at the dinner table; as much as Dad may like to think we talked about politics too, what we really talked about was stuff like this.
Nice synopsis of the panel. It’s interesting that journalists trapped in the world of mainstream media have a very difficult time of portraying the news and the underlying message due to the pressures of the companies they work for. grand rapids lasik
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My vote for a great sports documentary goes to Blood, Sweat and Gears directed by Nick Davis
4TH AND GOAL – Coming soon. Sometimes the best is yet to happen.
Best Sports Doc? Blood Sweat + Gears Directed by Nick Davis
Thanks Thom for creating the CLIFF NOTES for the new indie distrib frontier. much much appreciated!! xo
I was at that IFP conference panel too and found it really fascinating. Thanks for filling me in on the TIFF and MoMa events. This is such a hot topic right now!
Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait would be near the top of my list; and maybe Speedo! (Why not)
Racing Dreams would also be worth some discussion—a great recent entry in the motorsports doc canon.
One of my faves is Quantum Hoops directed by Rick Greenwald.
How about that little diddy, “OLYMPIA”, by Leni Riefenstahl?
STF should start a dvd/streaming video platform!
“The box office on MRS GOLDBERG should be higher – except most of the tickets are at senior citizen prices.”
Hah! Great piece, Thom.
Raphaela & Thom,
We are all so happy for you both and expect to be updated on the big news.
Raphaela was radiant last night!
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE BEAUTIFUL FAMILY!!!
What do you mean ‘uncharacteristic’ profanity. Don’t be fooled by that sweet face . Bez looks like he’s saying “Thank you very much, but I would have preferred the warmth and comfort of ‘inside’ rather than being forced to endure the cold wintry American weather. Ah, but in the last two photos he seems more reconciled and perhaps comforted by being embraced in dad’s arms and snuggling up against mom’s warm breasts.
What an amazing production! Hope you will reap lots of benefit from your work…..
Looking forward to seeing you in Toronto (I hope) later this year.
Congratulations! Having recently concluded similar negotiations, albeit with the use of drugs (on the part of the father of the deal), we are glad to hear that yours was successful and not especially protracted, though, it probably did not seem that way at the time.
Congratulations to Thom, Raphaela, Bez and the Powershausen families!!!Wishing you health, quick recovery and the occasional bit of sleep.
What a production!!!!!
Without a doubt the best STF experience! Besos to both and congratulations!!!!
What a cutie! (no Thom, I was talking about Bez)This newest little addition is oh-so-lucky to be on board with a such great team. Welcome Bez!!
What a beautiful baby!!
CONGRATULATIONS!!!! What wonderful news! Welcome to the world, Bez! Well, if you’re not ready to compete with Nina Davenport on the home-documentation front, maybe you could just do a Nikita Mikhalkov and film him once a year on his birthday! xoxo
!!congratulations to the powershausen clan!! fantastic work on the delivery, rafferty of my heart! can’t wait to meet Bez soon
Congratulations to both of you!! Wonderful news! Mabrook!!
Congratulations, Thom and Raphaela. That lucky little guy’s got an incredible life ahead of him guaranteed, courtesy of two of the coolest parents he could’ve hoped for.—mark
You used the BEST Doula in all of Brooklyn. Congrats on the birth !
Pleased to meet you Bezalel!
You brought your charms into a really terrific family…AND you sure will woo your singing Grandmother.
We wish all of you lots of love and hugs!
Too cute! Congratulations to your family
Congratulations and Best Wishes Welcome Bez
We sit here with tears streaming down our faces as we first see our beautiful grandson, Bez, held by his daddy and mommy.
How blessed you are, Thom and Raphaela, and both families too, to have this precious gift of life in our midst. We laughed out loud when we saw the doula’s name was Meghan, the very Irish name we’d chosen had a second daughter been added to our family of Thomas, Patrick, Jr and Maureen. And so the greatest journey ever begins for Bez and his parents.
With hearts bursting with joy and gratitude to God, we send you our love.
Congrats, bro and sis! Such a beautiful baby. Shelley and I can’t wait to see him in NY in a few weeks.
Is it true that there is a bidding war for the Director’s Cut of the Bris?
Raphaela looks beautiful and glowing:) Great job, guys:)
Welcome Bez! And Mazel Tov to your parents. WE can’t wait to see all of your joyous faces in person
I have a feeling……. that Bez was already very present at our lunch last Sunday and – even more so -in the afternoon.
Please come soon to the farm and stay long!
ML and Horst
OHMYGOD THAT IS THE SWEETEST THING I’VE EVER SEEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i love the name!!!!!!!
so feminist too!!!!
can’t wait to meet him!!!
jasper loves him already.
Mazel tov! You couldn’t have picked a finer pair of parents to, er, represent you. Or to develop you? Make you manifest, express you—whatever they did, Powers and Raphaela did it beautifully! We can see that you’re a serious fellow, but we do hope you take the time to savor these first few days.
I’m so excited for you both, you all three, and I can’t wait to see you. Congratulations and love.
Raphaela and Thom—Congrats and so glad everyone is doing well! Can’t wait to meet Bez and welcome him to the world—enjoy your precious miracle!
Congratulations Raphaela and Thom! Will Bez be moderating the next Q&A
We are absolutely thrilled for you three.
Welcome to the world little Bez—many kisses await you.
Suni and Stephan
Congratulations! So much has happened since I was first introduced to you two. I can’t imagine two better parents for this lucky boy.
A big big congrats!!
I look forward to meeting him.
So cute! Congrats!
Marvelous accomplishment! My best to baby, mother, and father. Also my nomination for “best press release.”
Welcome Bez! Warm congratulations to your parents Raphaela and Thom, and the PowerHousen families!
Being a parent requires a sense of humour. I would like to share with you a wonderful editor’s message from a Toronto parent magazine. It goes like this:
A parent’s job description, if it was advertised:
Parents Wanted – Apply Within:
Long-term team players needed for challenging permanent work in a chaotic environment. Candidates must possess excellent communication and organizational skills and be willing to work days, evenings, weekends and 24-hour shifts on-call.
The rest of your life! Must be willing to be hated, at least temporarily, until someone needs $5. Also, must possess the physical stamina of a buck mule and go from 0 – 60 mph in 3 seconds flat, in case screams are not someone crying wolf. Must maintain character and coordinate homework projects. Must be willing to be indispensible one minute and embarrassed the next. Must assume final; complete accountability for the quality of the end product.
Possibilities for advancement:
None! Your job is to remain in the same position for years, constantly updating your skills without complaining.
None! You pay them. A balloon payment is due when they turn 18, of the assumption that college will help them become financially independent. When you die, you give them whatever is left.
While no health or dental insurance, no pension, no tuition reimbursement, no paid holidays, and no stock options are offered, this job supplies limitless opportunities for personal growth, unconditional love, lots of laughter, and free hugs and kisses.
Raphaela and Thom, you are obviously up for the job! Mazel Tov!
All our love,
Stella, Kobi and Eitan
How wonderful! The world is already a better place. Congratulations, Thom and Raphaela!
The fruit of creation of your love that you have for one another is the perfect joy of having that baby boy cuddling warmly in your arms. Congratulations on the birth of your baby boy, BEZALEL!!)
My Best wishes!
Dearest Thom and Rafaela
Thom, your fathering an infant truly puts this event in the STF category. (You would probably respond that it’s Bezness as usual.)
Much love to both of you and Bez.
Congratulations Thom and Raphaela!
He’s beautiful and best of all—he’s only one!
felicitaciones! i hope our boys can meet one day soon!
Congratulations to you all – what wonderful news! And big big CHAPEAU for doing it all without silly interventions and drugs!!!
Welcome to the beautiful exciting world, Bez!
Lots of love from London
Mazel Tov !!!!!! We are all very excited by this wonderful news. Way to go Raphaela and Thom. We know that your parents, grandparents and all family members are elated. We look forward to seeing you in Toronto later this year.
Best wishes !!
BRAVO FOR BEZ!!!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE to all 3 of you!!!!!!
What a brilliant article and an even more brilliant ending !!!
Can not wait to see you both and I am so very happy for you – congratulations .This is very exciting !!!
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Raphaela and Thom, CONGRATULATIONS!!! What a beautiful baby. It’s so awesome, just 9 months of production… 20 years of distribution though!
We’re next in the production pipeline -hoping for an equally auspicious premiere!
Our best wishes,
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I remember reading a story in religious school in the ‘70’s about a kid with that name (the gentile teacher wanted to call him Butch or Buzzy), but google-fu is failing me as to who wrote it.
Dear Thom and Raphaela,
I love the blog post and the photos! I was distracted by my first visit to Sundance (spectating and meeting folks) and arrived home to read about the great news.
Congratulations and best wishes.
My warmest congratulations, Raphaelochka! Molodetz!
Your new Commander in Chief is great! Lots of joy, happiness and strong health for little Bez and his wondrful parents!
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Standing ovation. Much love to you.
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BEZ!!! Congratulations Thom and Mrs. Thom! I have indeed been lost in the Sundance fog, but this is definitely the best news of the week. Very cool. Wishing you the best of luck and at least a little sleep.
And the winner for the best photo layout and script introducing a new actor with superb supporting roles for his parents…Bez! Congratulations! —Howard
Congratulations! What a gorgeous addition to the family!
Beautiful baby! I hope the furniture is ready. Can’t wait to meet Bez.
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Congratulations on the cutest baby ever and pretty much the best baby announcement too! Enjoy every minute!
Congratulations once again !!
This is the most unusual and a beautiful welcome note…would love to see him sometime.
Wow, how amazing. Congrats to the whole family!! Bez is adorable. Hold him tight, because he is going to grow up before you know it. We loved the announcement. Can’t wait for regular updates. Hope to catch up with you guys in the summer. All our love,
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On Wednesday, Kenner paid a visit to STF where the film played strongly on the big screen. Introducing the night, STF host Thom Powers noted that it was somehow fitting to hold the screening on the day when Lent begins “because this film will make you want to give up all food.”
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I enjoyed watching “The Kids Grow Up” and attending drinks afterwards (I usually have to head home!). FYI, the nurse in the photo is also documentary filmmaker Claire Panke.
Thanks for ID’ing me Theresa! I’m a documentary filmmaker AND a nurse – thanks.
Just came across this. Great idea, especially presenting work from radio, audio, photography, writing etc. Needed. We have noticed that some festivals are including audio documentary. Our little Fest in Dayton does that. Will tell our audio buddies out here and in the City to submit work.
Be sure to notify the SALT Institute in Portland Me. and the Duke Center for Documentary Studies…each have a focus on writing, audio and photo.
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While it may be obscure to us, for others it’s home where hundreds of Libyans have been killed in recent weeks. Chris, Tim and their colleagues were attempting to tell that story.
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While my grandfather is currently serving time in Paris, against all Geneva Conventions, without evidence against him, on behalf of the United States Government, the actions currently being taken by the President of Panama Ricardo Martinelli and the current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton make his safe return to Panama imminent. While it was supposedly assumed that the United States should have had no role to play after the completion of his sentence in Miami, all actions point the opposite, and Barack Obama’s current Democratic presidency has to make up for the Republican scheming in the respect of my grandfather’s case.
Despite the use of the word ‘likely’ in the final sentence of this review, this sentence not only provokes unnecessary drama to my requested participation in the screening, but it also takes part in the deception of the media that the film discusses at length by suggesting a continued lack of justice.
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Apparently the producers didn’t have teens of their own, or didn’t pay attention to them.
As I recall, the film focused on large, impressive homes—not the tiny ranch house in which one of the most popular talking heads lived.
I had gone to Webster Groves High School a few years before “16 in WG” was filmed. It was a thrill to see the excellent photography capture the personalities of my teachers, and the self-satisfied energy of the Glee Club under the charismatic “Miss Rep,” singing, “This is my country, land of the free”—which I always found irritating.
But the manipulation and lazy political correctness of this TV show shaped my own writing and reporting in the opposite direction. Approach your subject with an open mind, gather information and viewpoints, and THEN tell your story.
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Tarkovsky is my favourite dietorcr so I own all of his movies (all 7 of them) from Kino International to Criterion versions. I own the book that Stalker’s loosely based on, Roadside Picnic , and I’ve played the 3 PC games that were inspired by the film. :O)The reason behind why I’m not a Godfather fan is because I don’t like the Italian mob. Cosa Nostra et all really bother me because of the Italian cliche9s that has resonated throughout the decades and the whole living with your mother who cooks spaghetti for you, etc is an annoyance. I also hate the you mess with one of us you, mess with all of us ideal because I believe that everyone can fight their own battles, which is why I much prefer the Yakuza; they almost never get into fights because they’d end up in wars and bloodshed. I’m going to rewatch The Godfather one day just so I could watch the second at one point in my life. I’m told that the first two films are basically one long movie and that the third’s the epilogue. Again, I hate the Italian mob so I’ll need to get in the mood. But Goodfellas is a movie that I love. It’s not mainly about the riches and the power, it’s about the hard work that goes into being a footsoldier and that I can relate to.I also didn’t like Pacino in the first Godfather film; I thought that his performance was decent at best but also that his character would not have become the Godfather that he turned into because I didn’t see it in his character to become that. It was lacking the portrayal. But that’s just me, and now that I’m far more experienced in movie watching I may enjoy it more, especially its cinematogrphy.
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بمجرد اشتراكك مع موقع سوقنى سوف تتمتع بافضل عروض وباقات مقدمة على جميع اعمال التسويق الاكتروني حيث يقوم فريق العمل بدراسة المواقع دراسة كاملة من جميع جوانبه ووضع خطة قوية لنجاح الموقع للمزيد تابعونا عبر
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مراكز صيانة الكتروستار تقدم خدمات مميزه جدا لعملاءها ومستخدمي اجهزة ماركتها ومن مميزات المركز انخفاض تكلفته عن كثير من المراكز المعتمده
تعتبر شركة اجازتنا واحدة من افضل الشركات المتخصصة للكثير من خدمات عروض شرم الشيخ مع شركة اجازتنا لدينا الكثير من الخصومات الكبيرة والاعمال المميزة التى نقدمها الان اليكم من على موقعنا المتميز والرائع, خصومات كبيرة جدا نقدمها الان اليكم رحلات شرم الشيخ باسعار ميمزة جدا تناسب الجميع
تعتبر شركة مثلث الفرسان واحدة من الشركات الكبري المتخصصة للكثير من اعمال وخصومات افضل شركة نقل عفش بجدة باسعار مميزة جدا لدينا افضل الخصومات الكبيرة والاعمال المميزة من على موقعنا المتميز والرائع افضل شركة نقل اثاث بجدة اسعار مميزة جدا نقدمها الان اليكم من على موقعنا
موقعنا واحد من المواقع المتخصصة فى مصر المسؤلة عن شركة امن وحراسة افضل الخصومات الكبيرة من على موقعنا المتميز اعمال مميزة جدا نقدمها الان اليكم من على موقعنا شركة حراسات خاصة خصومات كبيرة جدا نقدمها الان اليكم من على موقعنا المتميز خصومات رائعة نقدمها الان اليكم
شركة الهامة واحدة من الشركات المتخصصة فى اعمال نقل العفش فى جدة باسعار مميزة جدا تناسب الجميع خصومات كبيرة جدا نقدمها الان اليكم من على موقعنا
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ال صالح لنقل الاثاث
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اذا كنت خائف على اثاث منزلك من الكسر والخدش فلا تتردد فى الاتصال بشركة ال صالح شركة ال صالح لا تدع مجالا للخطاء فهى لديها فريق مدرب يؤدى عمله باتقان واسلوب محكم انها
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