March 13, 2015
"I never sit down and say, 'I’m going to do a documentary about hockey or the world’s largest shopping mall.' I sometimes wish I was that deliberate. I’m always reading and looking around and curious, and then things resonate with me…stick under my skin."
Transforming Documentary Film into Live Spectacle: Sam Green on Exploring the Fleeting Nature of Being AliveBy Ian Daniel Extended Play
February 19, 2015
"There’s an energy in the room you can’t capture in a videotape, that’s tangible. I like that. "
Want Your Movie to Make Money? Don't Screen It; Perform ItBy Dana Harris Indiewire
November 18, 2014
"I’ve always loved Green’s curious, open sensibility"
Interview with Anisse GrossBy Anisse Gross The Believer
February 12, 2014
"Creating “live” films can be artistically and financially fulfilling."
Interview with Sheri CandlerBy The Film Collaborative - TFC Blog
January 23, 2014
"Something like 'Koyaanisqatsi' filtered through an episode of 'This American Life.'"
Sundance: The One Filmmaker Who Doesn’t Want a Distribution DealBy Melena Ryzik The New York Times
January 22, 2014
"Morphs the non-fiction form into a live event."
The Daily Buzz from Sundance: Episode 7 (podcast)By Brian Brooks Film Society of Lincoln Center
January 16, 2014
"Sam Green has long taken joy at unpacking utopian promises of the past, many deluded, others inspired, and offering them up for re-evaluation and appreciation."
Sam Green and the Empathy MachineBy Susan Gerhard Fandor
April 07, 2013
"A playful format conceived to be dynamic and free."
In Brooklyn, Painting a Fuller Picture of 'the Dome Guy'By Andy Battaglia The Wall Street Journal
April 05, 2013
"A singular experience, and a collective one, with the potential for human connection and human error."
Movies That Spill Beyond the ScreenBy Dennis Lim The New York Times
May 07, 2012
"With Green on the stage, emoting and expressing his thoughts, the inherent subjectivity of any documentary effort is liberated, allowing him to be the voice of Fuller’s ideas in an inspiring twist on the medium."
Bucky lives! More from SFIFF 2012By Sam Stander San Francisco Bay Guardian
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