by Christopher Campbell
Doug Pray's 2009 Sundance entry Art & Copy finally hit DVD and Netflix Instant this week, and I'm always intrigued about the advertising world so I consumed it immediately. But that was extremely underwhelming so I went...
by Monika Bartyzel
Hearing about connections between churches and movie studios never sits well with me, whether it's in reference to Evan Almighty or Lars and the Real Girl, but I completely understand why a studio would go for it. From a...
by Jessica Barnes
Documentary film maker Doug Pray wasn't so sure he wanted to do a film about graffiti. The director of Hype and Scratch had been approached to do a documentary about the subculture of graffiti artists but wasn't interested. That...