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Cinema Review - The Good Lie

Having spent many years in a Kenyan refugee camp after Sudan was engulfed in civil war, refugees Mamere (Arnold Oceng), Jeremiah (Ger Duany) and Paul (Emmanuel Jal) are awarded a chance at a new life in the US. 420 more words


34. İstanbul Film Festivali İçin 13 Film Önerisi

1. Taxi (Jafar Panahi)

Yasaklı olmasına rağmen gizlice çektiği This Is Not a Film ve Closed Curtain filmleriyle değişmesi gereken, değişmek zorunda olan İran’ın güncel durumuna ayna tutan ünlü yönetmen… 1,691 more words


The Good Lie

Beautifully showcasing how an unexpected external circumstance can turn your life upside down. A handful of Sudanese siblings and friends walk thousands of miles to get to a refugee camp after their families are brutally murdered. 70 more words


The Good Lie

When I first heard of The Good Lie, at its Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) premiere last September, I knew it was a film I wanted to see. 626 more words


The Good Lie

I have read and watched as much as I could about the Lost Boys – their story, though beginning in such tragedy, usually ends in quiet triumph but you never stop marvelling at it. 307 more words


‘Monsieur Lazhar’s’’ Philippe Falardeau, Films Distribution Re-team for ‘My Internship in Canada’

MADRID – Philippe Falardeau, whose Oscar-nominated “Monsieur Lazhar” proved a U.S. sleeper and sold worldwide, is re-teaming with “Lazhar’s” sales agent, Paris-based Films Distribution, for his new film, “My Internship in Canada” (“Guibord s’en va-t-en Guerre”). 418 more words


Up and Coming!!!

January seems to be a terrible month for movies as a whole. Hopefully there will be a few rare gems.

Taken 3 (really? really? do we need another one?) 63 more words

Up And Coming!!!