Until I saw director Stephen Kessler’s insightful and funny new documentary “Paul Williams Still Alive,” Williams, the Oscar and Grammy winning song writer and singer had not been on my radar for a good thirty years. As a result, I was grateful for the documentary’s title, which assured me that Mr. Williams is, in fact, still with us.
Williams and Kessler made an appearance at the Angelika Film Center last Friday, following the film’s 7:30 showing. Williams did not disappoint, neither as a documentary subject, nor as a warm, open, modest and gracious human being. Read the rest of this entry