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Screening of India's Daughter with Leslee Udwin

On April 20th 2015, Design Tinkering Club, NYU Greenhouse and the Department of Technology Management and Innovation (SoE) co-hosted the screening of India’s Daughter, an award-winning film directed and produced by… 593 more words

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international premiere - 2015 malmö

Hej, friends! Last weekend Ana and I trekked to sunny Malmö, the lesser known Swedish hotspot for queer erotic film fun. In Passing was welcomed for our… 187 more words

serbian premiere - 2014 belgrade

Ciao, friends! Ana Kala’s first short film, In Passing, premiered at Belgrade’s Merlinka International Queer Film Festival in December of 2014. Gay – hurray!

We were the first short film screened on Sunday 14 December at Dom Omladine Beograda, the culture and arts centre in downtown Belgrade. 163 more words

Day 1 – Friday 24th April

We’re on the road now, like a band or a roadshow or a mobile cinema. We had the usual delays yesterday, “where is the driver” being the main one. 1,411 more words

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Friday 24th April

We’re meant to be leaving at 11 today. It’s 9.12.
I checked the DVDs and we’d burnt the old version of Weapons Disposal and War Widows. 166 more words

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Here's the first trailer for Albert Maysles' IRIS. The documentary screens at The Charles in May.

Variety‘s Ronnie Scheib on Iris,
It is more important to be happy than to be ‘well dressed,’” she resoundingly declares. Not only does her uniquely mad approach to fashion make her happy, but a shared, slightly absurdest sense of style also cements her successful 66-year marriage to hubby Carl, who turns 100 during the course of the film. 613 more words

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