Rated PG · 80 minutes · 2011

This is one of this year’s best documentaries. Kevin Clash, the voice and puppeteer behind Elmo, tells his amazing life story—a life story that has plenty of energy directed toward Jim Henson. This isn’t just the story about Clash and his puppetry, but of his rewarding interactions with the man who gave us Kermit and the Muppets. I count myself among the people who have gotten a little irritated by Elmo in the past, but after spending some time watching Clash and his story, the little red furball’s stock has gone up with me. Watch this one—and then run out and watch the new Muppet movie. That would be the perfect double-feature
Official Site: www.beingelmo.com
Director: Constance Marks
Producer: Constance Marks, Corinne LaPook and James Miller


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Indy Week From the streets of Baltimore to Sesame Street, Kevin Clash has spent a lifetime Being Elmo Elmo is warm, curious and affectionate, seemingly a reflection of the talented artist who supplies his voice. by Laura Boyes 12/28/2011
Portland Mercury I Am Curious (Elmo) Being Elmo: The part of Sesame Street they don't tell you about. 11/24/2011

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