Doug Pray

executive producer and writer, “The Power of Film”

Guest

Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker of documentaries Art & Copy, Surfwise and Hype!, and Levitated Mass

Doug Pray on KCRW

People watch certain films repeatedly, and not all are masterpieces. “The Power of Film” explores why. The docu-series is based on Howard Suber’s book of the same name.

‘The Power of Film’: Why are certain titles so enduring?

People watch certain films repeatedly, and not all are masterpieces. “The Power of Film” explores why. The docu-series is based on Howard Suber’s book of the same name.

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At age 30, Patrick O’Brien, better known as New York DJ “TransFatty,” was diagnosed with the debilitating neurological disease ALS — also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

'TransFatty Lives'

At age 30, Patrick O’Brien, better known as New York DJ “TransFatty,” was diagnosed with the debilitating neurological disease ALS — also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

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The 340-ton boulder that is now an art object at LACMA called “Levitated Mass” first had to travel 106 miles, very slowly, to get to its final destination.

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The 340-ton boulder that is now an art object at LACMA called “Levitated Mass” first had to travel 106 miles, very slowly, to get to its final destination.

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