Truth Is Not Subjective: An Interview with Errol Morris
- THE MORRIS MICROSCOPE. Goldman, Michael // Millimeter;Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p18
An interview with director Errol Morris is presented. When asked about the usage of Interrotron technique to interview the subjects of his documentary film "Standard Operating Procedure," he refers to a teleprompter concept in which Morris and the person being interviewed, face a camera...
- REGARDING THE PAIN OF OTHERS. Bloom, Livia // Cinema Scope;Spring2008, Issue 34, p6
The article presents an interview with motion picture director Errol Morris about the film "Standard Operating Procedure." He talked about his use of pictures to scrutinize photography's limitations as evidence and the importance of going beyond the frame to see the full story. He shared his...
- THE CONVERSATION: ERROL MORRIS BY NICOLAS RAPOLD. // Film Comment;Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p49
An interview is presented with documentary film director Errol Morris, who talks about his film "Tabloid." Morris shares his love of tabloid stories and how such journalism served as the source for his film "Gates of Heaven." "Tabloid" tells the story of Joyce McKinney and Morris explains why he...
- Errol Morris. Cook, John // Mother Jones;Mar/Apr2000, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p82
Interviews American documentary filmmaker Errol Morris on his movie `Mr. Death.' Questionable sincerity or delusion of engineer and main character Fred Leuchter who was commissioned to study Auschwitz as a death camp; Analogy of Leuchter with cold fusion scientists; Morris' venture into...
- Animal magnetism. Hoberman, J. // Interview;Nov97, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p52
Presents an interview with Errol Morris, known king of American documentary filmmaking, focusing on his movie `Fast, Cheap & Out of Control.' Morris' reputation; Information on the movie; Details on the interview.
- Documenting false history: Errol Morris and Mr. Death. Druick, Zoë // Studies in Documentary Film;2007, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p207
In this essay, the author re-examines Mr. Death (1999), arguably an important yet overlooked work of film-maker Errol Morris. Morris has taken non-fiction film beyond the constraints of documentary proper into an examination of people's beliefs and self-deceptions. She argues that the film's...
- They've gotta have it. Johnson, P. // Black Enterprise;Jul89, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p36
Discusses the rise of a new breed of black filmmakers. Alternate routes of distribution, financing, marketing and exhibition used to promote films about the black experience; Obstacles faced; Successful independent black producers, actors and directors.
- What's one thing some of Hollywood's top film makers share? Scouting. Butterworth IV, W.E. // Boys' Life;Jul89, Vol. 79 Issue 7, p12
Looks at the scouting backgrounds of some of Hollywood's top film makers. Steven Spielberg; Harrison Ford; Film editor, Michael Kahn.
- Who's in town. Tanner, Louise // Films in Review;Jan/Feb91, Vol. 42 Issue 1/2, p31
Provides information about several film directors concerning their films. Ismael Merchant; Tim Burton; Barbet Schroeder; Gunter Wallroff; Haruki Kadokawa.