Documentary filmmaking is hot right now. As the means to make a movie get cheaper, and people better understand what kinds of stories are worth telling, the appetite for nonfiction storytelling on our various screens has grown. And while stories about, say, pop stars who died young and tragically or delightful animals in their natural environments certainly sell, there’s plenty of room to innovate and see what else we can learn by following around interesting people and documenting what happens.
August 29, 2018
The Sound talked to Kate Monro, author of the book ‘Losing It: How We Popped Our Cherry Over the Last 80 Years’. We explored the impact of losing one’s virginity and how that changes across generations and what this means for future generations.
We first learned about Bren Smith, of GreenWave.org and Thimble Island Ocean Farm, after watching his talk at TEDx Bermuda. A former Atlantic Cod fisherman turned seaweed...