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SING IT LOUD!

By Julia I. Peters

On the 500th anniversary of the Reformation Day Luther´s spirit is alive in the vivid choir scene of Tanzania. An electrifying music film shot in the magnificent landscape of Tanzania, where choral music becomes pop, social cohesion and personal impulsion. 58 more words

Documentary Films

Media Fail: All Governments Lie

By Pamela Zoslov

The name I.F. (“Izzy”) Stone is spoken of in reverent tones among left-leaning journalists. The investigative reporter and publisher of his own four-page newsletter, I.F. 1,309 more words

In Havana, Google premieres “Nuestro Martí” documentary

OnCuba reports that the giant Google premiered in Havana a documentary about the life of José Martí, Cuba’s national hero. Nuestro Martí (Our Martí) is the title of the audiovisual presentation narrated by historian Eusebio Leal and produced to be seen in 360 degrees with a 3D virtual reality technology. 274 more words

News

Age & Art, Rocks & Rust

15 January 2017 – We’ll start with the rocks, not that I was particularly looking for them. It’s just that rocks, like glimpses of colour down alleys, attract my attention. 630 more words

Photography

The Next Day: fragments of Bowie

So today is The Next Day – the day after Bowie’s birthday, after the anniversary of the release of Blackstar, the day before the anniversary of his death, the middle day, the limbo day. 308 more words

Reflections

Sean McAllister in Hull, the 2017 City of Culture

I popped over to Hull with Tegan Pearce (Producer at Fox Street Films) and enjoyed a little time with Sean McAllister (A Syrian Love Story) and Nick Fraser (ex-BBC Storyville) watching their Q & A session at Juice. 279 more words

Steve Colton