Tag: Errol Morris

Filmmaker Errol Morris shows off this clip from his 2011 documentary on the JFK assassination, specificially surrounding the controvery-filled “umbrella man” standing on the grassy knoll.

I haven’t seen Joshua Oppenheimer’s “The Act of Killing” yet, but I’ve heard some stuff about it and now Werner Herzog and Errol Morris have convinced me that I need to watch it. The film is a documentary about celebrated death squadrons in Indonesia who are responsible for the murders and deaths of many people. […]

Man, I wish this documentary was longer! So interesting to see Errol Morris visit the families of people who buried their loved ones in sports team paraphernalia even in their deaths. Funeral home directors aren’t oblivious to this unusual trend as they’ve even been asked to use team-emblazoned caskets or set up unusual funeral processions […]