Sitting at his new desk in a recently renovated office overlooking Lenox Avenue at 116th Street in west Harlem, filmmaker Albert Maysles offers up a pet peeve. He proposes that "the most advanced kind of cinematography, technically, is to be seen in the television commercial. But what's lacking is what you might more likely find in an amateur's work: the heart-to-heart connection. There's no emotional or human element in... More >>>