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The Greanville Post • Vol. VIII | Et Tu, Frontline?

Frontline sees itself as an implacable observer of political and social reality, an uncompromising witness to contemporary history. The truth is often a lot less flattering. 846 more words

Media Criticism

Speechless.

My head is spinning. I’m watching a documentary on PBA, Klansville USA. The film focuses briefly on a 1965 Klan march in Salisbury, North Carolina. 54 more words

North Carolina

Every Picture Tells a Story

The following is a guest post by Producer/Writer Elizabeth Deane.

Every Picture Tells a Story had its premiere in the Great Hall of the Library of Congress in February, 2014, at the launch of the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB). 417 more words

American Archive

Into the Woods: Big Screen, Small Screen

I recently went to see the film adaptation of Into the Woods.

As a child of the late eighties and early nineties, I was raised on… 658 more words

TV

The Twelve Posts of Christmas Pt. 8 - Call the Midwife Holiday Special


You’ll all be happy to know that “yoga pants Christmas vacation” continues with success. Success being fact that I have pegged the red zone on the entropy meter and not really done anything more physical than sweeping the kitchen floor and uncorking wine. 150 more words

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