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Arlin is originally from Chicago, IL and currently resides in Oakland, CA. Receiving his BA in Film Studies in 2010, he is a failed rapper who works in film distribution. Among his non-cinematic interests are biking, playing basketball, record collecting, and breakfast cereal. He is still processing the new season of Twin Peaks and hopes one day that the world recognizes the many values of the Siesta system.

Interview With Tim Wardle, Director Of THREE IDENTICAL STRANGERS

We spoke with Tim Wardle, director of the great documentary Three Identical Strangers, about the psychology of the film, its subjects, and more!

RBG Trailer

Supreme Court justices are probably the least known about relative to their immense significance, and RBG helps to humanize one of the nine most

Interview With RBG Directors Julie Cohen & Betsy West

Arlin Golden had the opportunity to speak with directors Julie Cohen & Betsy West, who created the beautiful biopic of the "Notorious RBG", Supreme

San Francisco International Film Festival Week 2 Roundup

Arlin Golden does a roundup for his second week at San Francisco International Film Festival, including Bo Burnham's Eighth Grade, Boots Riley's Sorry to


In our report of week 1 of San Francisco International Film Festival, we cover films like Generation Wealth, City of Sun, First Reformed, Hal

Portrait of Mike Ott from the 2017 Champs-Elysees Film Festival in France. Photo by Julien Labrosse

We had the chance to talk with Mike Ott, director of fiction/non-fiction blend CALIFORNIA DREAMS, about documentary filmmaking and about the fine line between

CALIFORNIA DREAMS: I Don't Know What I Just Watched & I Don't Care

California Dreams blurs the line between fact and fiction, focusing on a young man aspiring to make it in the movies and achieve the

Chimps, Oscar Snubs & Favorite Films With Dr. Jane Goodall

Arlin Golden got to talk with the legendary Jane Goodall, discussing her amazing experiences with apes and her reaction to the recent documentary about

Strong While Standard: 2018's Oscar Nominated Documentary Shorts

We review this year's oscar nominated documentary shorts, and while all of them are strong contenders, we also discuss their general lack of experimentation

THE FINAL YEAR: An Immersion In Nostalgia-Tinged Pain

In The Final Year, current events turn what might have been a good if slightly unremarkable documentary into a powerful work of nostalgia and