Tag Archives: documentary film

Sports, the arts and the gloriously obscure

TweetOn Saturday night, while serendipitously flipping through channels, I reached ESPN Classic and for the first time watched “Bud Greenspan: At the Heart of the Games.” This was released in early 2008, right before what would be Greenspan’s final Olympics in Beijing. It was a documentary film about how the Olympic documentary filmmaker came to […]

The missing eye of the Olympics

TweetThe Olympics have just started, and I can’t wait for them to end. That’s what I have thought over the years watching the Opening Ceremonies and first few days of the Games. But not for the reason you may imagine. I’ve always wanted the Olympics to hurry up and get over so Bud Greenspan could […]