Read “’Not a Self-Portrait’: Lynne Sachs’ ‘Film About a Father Who’ Unspools the Collateral Damage of a Problematic Father” in the Los Angeles Review of Books

I’m proud to publish my first essay in the Los Angeles Review of Books, a review of Lynne Sachs’ new documentary, “Film About a Father Who,” now available on the Criterion Channel.

“Film About a Father Who” raises tough questions about what it means for a filmmaker to make a documentary about their own problematic father.

The essay can be found in the “BLARB” section. Thanks so much for reading!

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