Scott Harris and his film Being Ginger in which he tries to find a woman who will love him, red hair and all. Tormented in elementary and high school for his hair color, he’s pretty sure that his gingerness is what keeps chicks away from him, a feeling reinforced by one woman he interviews who seems to be sent by the anti-ginger gods to torment him. A ginger dating site is a bust and a scam, but things change for Scott–who claims at the start of the film that he doesn’t find gingers attractive and redheads don’t date redheads–at Redheads Days in the Netherlands, where he meets a beautiful redhead and along the way gains a degree of self-realization and self-acceptance.
|By: Lisa Derrick Monday October 21, 2013 4:59 pm|
Tonight’s documentary When I Walk is a personal, intimate, and ultimately hopeful exploration of filmmaker and artist Jason DaSilva’s life with multiple sclerosis. Diagnosed in 2005 Jason, an award-winning filmmaker, turned the camera on himself in this unflinching and honest film.
Making a documentary about himself meant letting go of the camera–his mother, brother and friends did much of the shooting—as well as having to face after each day of shooting, his gradual physical deterioration captured on camera. While asleep he would dream of running, and then when awake struggle to walk and and edit.