The late comedian’s complicated tale (he was gay and an alcoholic) is narrated in his own voice and visualized by 14 different animation companies in this collage-like account of a creative force gone too soon.
At my last conference presentation, one of the other presenters was a person I’ve worked with on a few occasions.She is a dynamic fireball of energy, a leader in every sense of the word, ‘lives’ professionally and is a key player in the middle of where things happen in government, from policy to how the workings of the government are decided and implemented.Her presentation was dynamic, energetic and very, very powerful.At the end of h
It's 1993. Tom Hays, a family friend, is holding a 6-inch length of white PVC pipe over my dining room table as we sit down for dinner. "I call it the 'Bobbitt Guard!'" he says. Hays had purchased a truckload of pipe, printed out reams of gag labels, and was shopping the novelty around to local gas stations. The unfortunate John Bobbitt himself was only about 120 seconds into his 15 minutes of fame. I was convinced Hays would be rich.