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AMARCORD (Italy 1973/74)

Translated as ‘I Remember’, the great Italian director Federico Fellini’s Amarcord is a series a comedic vignettes that look back at his childhood in a 1930’s coastal town. 386 more words

Film Reviews

The Slow Death of Free Speech in Britain (America, You're Next!)

From the Internet to the press to the public square, Brits’ speech is being policed and punished

Brendan O’Neill | April 26, 2015

To see how bad things have got, consider three cases from the past week alone: 158 more words

Today is the anniversary of the Guernica aerial bombardment massacre, 1937

On April 26, 1937, during the Spanish Civil War, the Nazis tested their new air force on the Basque town of Guernica in northern Spain. 38 more words


Is the US Becoming a Police State?

I don’t associate a police state with the kind of freedom and affluence a majority of Americans stil enjoy. Yet the mainstream and alternate media are turning up the heat by focusing on police abuses which in proportion to the number of interactions are still pretty rare. 588 more words