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    LatinoBuzz Review: Paraiso (Paradise)

    "Paraiso" is a smart, warm, and entertaining film that for all its crowd-pleasing intentions also packs crucial, not preaching, social commentary.

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    Caméras d’Afrique: The Films of West Africa


    Rarely do American audiences get to experience the cinematic diversity from the African continent; however, this October thanks to Film Independent and the Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television, audiences in Los Angeles will be able to be part of a month-long series showcasing th...

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    NYFF Review: At Berkeley

    At Berkeley is a 4 hour documentary, as you may guess, goes inside the classrooms, administrative faculty staff meetings, and on campus arts and entertainment performances demonstrating the inner workings of one of the nations top universities.

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    New York Film Festival (NYFF) Review: Captain Phillips

    The New York Film Festival (Sept. 27-Oct.13) is going on now. Los Angeles' own Rose Kuo (formerly director of the AFI FIlm Festival) has notched it up this year as our local newspaper L.A. Times has pointed out to us in perhaps a somewhat condescending way. NYFF was never a "quaint a...

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    Shomshuklla's 'Sandcastle' tackles women's search for individuality in India

    Multifaceted Indian artist Shomshuklla, who has achieved success in the theater scene with her play We Draupadis and Sitas, as well as with her music and poetry, has now turned her passion for storytelling into the cinematic landscape with her debut feature Sandcastle.

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    Palestinian Films Showcase the Issues and Culture of the Turbulent Land

    As part of a multimedia event that aims to highlight Palestinian culture in a hopeful and positive manner, the Bright Stars of Bethlehem and the Levantine Cultural Center will screen a series of Palestinian-themed films, both documentary and narrative, for audiences in Los Angeles and Irvine. M...

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    'A Fierce Green Fire': the first big-picture exploration of the environmental movement

    The timing couldn’t be better for seeing A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet -- the first big-picture exploration of the environmental movement

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    The II Europe-Latin America Co-production Forum kicks off in San Sebastian

    It doesn't come as a surprise that one of the best avenues to connect the film industries of Latin America and Europe takes place at the San Sebastian International Film Festival. For the second consecutive year, the festival will host the Europe-Latin America Co-production Forum, in which creator...

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