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Aboriginal Easter Tradition Reflects the Heart of the People in Film ‘Wawu Divine Hope’

The film Wawu Divine Hope tells the story of Hope Vale, which is situated in Australia's Cape York Peninsula. Here, the Guugu Yimidhirr people...

Watch This Classic Russian Animation: ‘Hedgehog in the Fog’

Yuri Norstein’s 1975 Hedgehog in the Fog is one of the greatest lyrical stop-motion animated shorts to come out of Russia. The film is loaded with atmosphere,...

The CCP’s Bizarre Approach to Reporting

While the global community widely recognizes suppression of freedom of speech and censorship in China, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s use of media as...

Ai Weiwei’s Startling New Documentary ‘Cockroach’ About the Hong Kong Protests

Renowned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has just released (via Vimeo on demand) the film Cockroach — a visual record of the final moments of...

The Oscars: Do They Really Matter?

On March 4, 2018, Americans, and folks all over the world, were treated to the 90th annual Academy Awards, more popularly known as the...

Award-Winning Short Film ‘Ravage’ Reveals Real Life Horror in China

Ravage is a visceral and hard-hitting short film by Peabody Award-winning director Leon Lee and stars human rights advocate, actress, and Canadian beauty pageant titleholder...

The Beautiful Silhouette Animations of Lotte Reiniger

Charlotte "Lotte" Reiniger is a film director, animator, and trailblazer for women in the film industry. She was born in Berlin, Germany in 1899 and...

‘Art As Humor’ in Jenny van Sommer’s Jelly Film

Jenny van Sommers is an award-winning still life photographer who grew up in Australia, but is now based in London. Her work often brings...

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