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Masculinity Unmasked

Masculinity is defined as the possession of the qualities traditionally associated with men. But, what type of men?

In the documentary The Mask You Live In… 2,568 more words

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Religion as Political Scapegoat

This is not about terrorism. Terrorism is the excuse. This is about economic and social control. And the only thing you’re really protecting is the supremacy of your government.

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Review: The Beekeeper and his Son, 2016, dir. Diedie Weng

A movie about a man who keeps bees, his son who keeps books, and the silly generational tiffs that erupt between them on a farm in rural Northern China. 85 more words

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The Cyberweapons Race Has Begun

Alex Gibney’s latest documentary film covers the phenomenon surrounding the Stuxnet computer virus and the development of the malware software known as “Olympic Games… 624 more words

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A cinematic journey into research

I have to declare an interest – I love documentary film-making. I can’t get enough of them and there has been a steady stream of very influential films in this genre over the last few years. 424 more words

RIDM 2016: Film suggestions for Friday, Nov. 11

RIDM (Rencontres Internationales Du Documentaire De Montréal) is Montreal’s documentary film festival. It runs from Nov. 10 until Nov. 20, 2016. The festival’s (English) home page is… 975 more words

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