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The Grouches at Filmfest DC: Arthouse Movies and Documentaries

Every year I finish these things later and later. Like I said in my ages-ago first post, it was mediocre year at Filmfest DC. So let’s finally plow through the rest of the films and move onto the 2012 Oscar season. 986 more words

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'Granito - How To Nail a Dictator' explores routine complexity of holding government accountable

It takes a true independent filmmaker to make a movie that dares to implicate the CIA in its role of facilitating the genocide of indigenous people. 900 more words


Granito: How to Nail A Dictator Trailer

Director Pamela Yates went to Guatemala in 1982 to make a documentary about a hidden war. When the Mountains Tremble, featured a young Maya activist named Rigoberta Menchu, who later on won the Nobel Peace Prize. 129 more words