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Red Army Movie Review

Red Army: Ice Cold or Lovingly Warm?

Red Army” – when someone says these two words to a Westerner, it could immediately conjure up… 240 more words


Going Clubbing

Like most of us in the expat world I have joined, for a variety of reasons, many a club over the years – usually when the summer holidays come to a sad end, life gets back on a normal schedule and the kids are no longer underfoot. 658 more words


Spandau Ballet Soul Boys of the Western World

Tuesday night cinema club was a bit different this week. Instead of the usual crowd I went with my Mum to see the premier of Soul Boys of the Western World which was being broadcast live from the Royal Albert Hall to our local cinema. 715 more words

Movies And TV

David O'Shield - Filmmaker Perspective

Late last week Kirk and I visited with University of Northern Iowa filmmaker-in-residence, David O’Shields to talk about documentary film making and to get his perspective on our new movie. 156 more words

Wine Diamonds: Iowa Uncorked

Curaçaoan documentary Sombra di Koló wants to break taboo on color

A post by Peter Jordens.

Dick Drayer of Caribisch Netwerk NTR reports on a new documentary called Sombra di koló that premiered in Curaçao on September 24, 2014. 268 more words


The Slum-Episode 2

The documentary I was shooting for six months (July 2013 to January 2014) for AlJazeera English Directed by Paul Roy, is now available for viewing. 37 more words


Take One Action. Be inspired. Be the inspiration.

by Kevin Williamson

As an unashamed film buff there’s something that’s been bugging me for years: Where are all the independently produced feature-length documentaries made in Scotland?  849 more words