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    Film Clinic Releases 'Rags and Tatters' for Only One Week

    'Rags and Tatters' which I saw in Toronto, at first seemed like a documentary, and it does have doc footage, but it is a circular story that ends where it began but with much more understanding of the chaotic events in Cairo. Really worth watching.

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    Interview: Louise Archambault on her film 'Gabrielle'

    Québécoise filmmaker Louise Archambault's sophomore feature Gabrielle is an incredibly touching film that radiates joy and presents a singularly honest take on the subject of mentally challenged individuals.

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    Interview with Hirokazu Kore-eda, Director of ‘Like Father, Like Son’

    Written and directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda (After Life, Nobody Knows, Still Walking), Like Father, Like Son won the Jury Award at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, and DreamWorks Studios has since optioned the remake rights for this moving family drama.

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    LatinoBuzz: Kimberly Bautista and her 'Justice For My Sister' at LALIFF and Other Festival Winners

    During the last Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF) director, producer and NALIP member Kimberly Bautista (2012 HBO/NALIP Documentary Filmmaker Award Winner, LPA 2010) won Best Documentary with 'Justice For My Sister'

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    Action! Social Action: 'Justice for My Sister' by Kimberly Bautista

    Having just taken the Audience Award at LALIFF, Justice for My Sister was so compelling that I had to take action and so I interviewed the filmmaker

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    Foreign Oscar Entry Review: Wajma: An Afghan Love Story (وژمه)

    Wajma: An Afghan Love Story, Afghanistan's Submission for the Academy Award Nomination for Best Foreign Language Film. U.S. : Film Movement. International Sales Agent: Doc & Film International

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    Habibi: On Demand, in Gaza, and in Virginia

    With the support of Sundance Artist Services , the film Habibi by Susan Youssef is now online . As a truly independent and international film, chosen platforms are Vimeo on Demand is it best suits the film and audience.

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