Filmmaker and human rights activist Jason Jones reflects on the anniversaries of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the powerful treatment of those events, along with American wartime racism, in the neglected classic film Little Boy.
What should we make of the culture war going on right now between Donald Trump and the NFL? Is patriotism at stake? Partisan politics? Something more?
These two beautiful, truthful films empathize with the painful situations that life sometimes throws at young women. The films offer hope, healing, and support for vulnerable women.
Too many of us dabble in “Victimism,” Jones says. That’s when you pretend to speak up for victims, while insulating yourself from paying any kind of price.
Father Mike Schmitz critiques mixed martial arts (MMA), suggesting that as a sport it undermines human dignity & demeans people as images of God. Not quite.
My film asks: Who are the most persecuted people on earth? What is America’s responsibility towards them? Why does Barack Obama have a Nobel Peace Prize?
I was an extra in Little Boy. I will never be the same.