Daniel Garber interviews David Soll about his new documentary PUPPET

Posted in Cultural Mining, documentary, Uncategorized by CulturalMining.com on February 24, 2012

Daniel Garber interviews David Soll about his unusual, multi-layered new documentary, PUPPET.

They talk about diverse topics like the history of puppetry, and its fall and rise as a respected art form; an eccentric arkansas photographer who thought he was dropped on his parents’ farm by a tornado; what happens to puppets when they die; and the unusual power of one NY Times theatre critic…

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