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Animal Kingdom
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Animal Kingdom

In the jungle only the strongest survives. Or the one who has the capacity of killing and not being killed. The Darwinian postulate is the see-through leitmotif of Animal Kingdom, the story of a young man coming to terms with his brutally dysfunctional family and its problems with the law. […]

‘Cuba Mia’ and More in the Bolivar Hall
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‘Cuba Mia’ and More in the Bolivar Hall

An orchestra formed entirely of women spend their days rehearsing, touring and sharing efforts to enable them to offer a concert in the Basilica of Old Havana. This is the portrayal offered by the film documentary “Cuba Mia”, which looks at the efforts by a group of women and their […]

Women in direction
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Women in direction

The role of women in the film industry is growing around the world, and they are increasingly taking on the jobs of producer, screenwriter and director, illustrating a devotion to the cinema beyond the traditional norms. To demonstrate the different and unusual views of a number of today’s directors of […]

Human Rights Watch Film Festival
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Human Rights Watch Film Festival

This year will mark the fifteenth edition of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival which tackles themes related to human rights in different parts of the world through both documentaries and fiction films. From the start of the festival on the 23rd March to its closure on the 1st April […]

Living with a murderer
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Living with a murderer

Brian and Leslie Jenkins lived a normal life in Chatham, Ontario, with their 18 and 20-year-old children Jennifer and Mason. On the 6th January 1998 the lives of every member of this family were irreversibly disrupted when Jennifer was murdered in her own home by a series of rifle shots. […]