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Jeanie Finlay’s Pantomime

The atmosphere at the Première of Jeanie Finlay’s lastest documentary, Pantomime, lived up to the film’s title. The main auditorium at Nottingham’s Broadway Cinema was packed with excited members of The People’s Theatre company, taking a precious night off from rehearsing… 541 more words

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French Film Wizard Emeric Le Bars!

Although they are never seen on screen, film editors select every single shot the audience sees, a role that holds the power to make or break a project. 480 more words


New Film: “A Small Section of the World”

Patricia Guadalupe writes about A Small Section of the World, a documentary by Leslie Chilcott. The film traces the development of women’s empowerment through the cultivation of coffee in Costa Rica. 604 more words


The Story behind the Still: In the pits at Long Beach

Why am I wearing a pit crew shirt, holding a Sony DXC 30 BetaCam SP camera, in the pits at the Grand Prix of Long Beach? 554 more words

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The Fanon Phenomenon: Documentary Unearths Africa's Anti-Colonial Struggles

This review by Kazembe Balagun appeared in The Indypendent.

Concerning Violence
Directed by Göran Hugo Olsson (2014)

Frantz Fanon, the Caribbean psychiatrist-turned-revolutionary, knew a little bit about sampling. 689 more words


A Walk Through the Outback

Australia is a land of natural wonders, and these remarkable photos from Julie Fletcher show a really beautiful glance of some of the impactful landscapes and creatures. Via BoredPanda: