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.
We spoke with Whose Streets' Sabaah Folayan & Damon Davis about systemic racism in law enforcement and telling the human story of the Ferguson
Andrew Cohn's documentary Night School tells a largely positive story about American poverty, but depends too much on its captivating subjects.
Abacus: Small Enough to Jail focuses on a bank who could be scapegoated for the crisis without decimating the U.S. financial system.
We spoke with legendary documentarian Steve James about his new film, Abacus: Small Enough To Jail, about the economic crisis & finding truth.
Film Inquiry writer Arlin Golden had a chance to talk with Rod Armstrong, a programmer of the San Francisco International Film Festival.
I Called Him Morgan is a riveting look at jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan, examining his life, his music, and his impact on those who
For week two of the San Francisco International Film Fest, our writer Arlin Golden documented the films he was able to see and experience.
Arlin Golden attended the San Francisco International Film Festival and discusses the documentaries he's seen, Nobody Speak, The Force and more.