The other day I told you about a documentarycalled Inside the Bubble, an unflattering portrait of John Kerry's 2004 presidential campaign. Since then, I've done some digging and have found a wealth of supporting information. First of all, there are multipleclips floating around online; second, I connected a couple of dots and realized that the film's director, Steve Rosenbaum, has a blog on indieWIRE. Of the film, he explains: "We thought we were chronicalling a winner. And after that fateful day in November, 2004 - we spent a bunch of months with the footage under lock and key. But in the end - it seemed like someone needed to pull thier head out of the sand and ask the painful question 'What Happened?' ... I won't spoil the movie - except to say, it's not what you expect." Lastly: if you're interested in seeing the film, it premieres tomorrow night at the New York Television Festival, where it screens again on Sunday. I'm going to try to get into the Sunday screening, but if anyone goes tomorrow and wants to report back for us, please let us know.
categories Movies, Cinematical