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NEWS: Touching the Void to Be Screened Live at the Barbican Hall

The BAFTA award-winning film will be screened live, accompanied by a 60 piece orchestra at the Barbican Hall on Sunday 18 June. 

Author and star of Touching the Void, Joe Simpson, will introduce the one night only screening and take part in the exclusive Q&A with director Kevin Macdonald and composer Alex Heffes to talk about the film’s background. 279 more words

The Mises Institute and Open Borders

by Alex Gore

I’ve been growing more and more aware that the Libertarian movement is Jewish and specifically serves Jewish interests. Prominent libertarians such as Ludwig Von Mises, Murray Rothbard, Alisa Rosenbaum (Ayn Rand), and Stefan Molyneux are all Jews and all against migration controls. 742 more words

Kevin Macdonald

CANDIDATE STATEMENT: Wilmington Board of Selectmen Candidate Kevin MacDonald

WILMINGTON, MA — Below is a Candidate Statement from Selectman candidate Kevin MacDonald:

As a candidate for the Board of Selectmen, I am running for office for one purpose: that is to… 1,417 more words


The Last King of Scotland - Review


General Idi Amin’s rise to power and his own erratic behavior can already make for an interesting subject to capture on film, which is exactly what Kevin Macdonald aimed to capture in The Last King of Scotland. 1,021 more words

Film Reviews

Veterans Director Lou Cimaglia Defends His Department Against MacDonald's Criticisms

WILMINGTON, MA — At last week’s Wilmington Board of Selectmen’s Meeting, Veterans Director Lou Cimaglia took a few moments to respond to criticism levied against him and his department by Selectman Candidate Kevin MacDonald. 724 more words


Selectmen Candidates Debate The Issues (with VIDEO)

WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Board of Selectmen candidates Ed Loud, Kevin MacDonald, and Mike McCoy (incumbent) participated in a spirited debate on Tuesday night.  The three men are competing for two seats up for grabs during the April 22 Town Election. 2,308 more words


Adapting for a Particular Audience: Creating Art or Losing Integrity?

I think everyone secretly longs for their favorite books to be turned into movies—to see a beloved story come to life in a new and vibrant form. 2,183 more words

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