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· August, 2009

Stories about Film from August, 2009

Bahamas: Living Off Art

Russia: Nikita Mikhalkov's '12’

Bahamas, Haiti: On Film

Iran: Testimonies of torture and rape

The Iranian authorities have been accused by UN experts and the opposition of torturing protesters of the June 12 presidential election results. Iranian civil society activists have been using citizen...

Palestine: Gaza's Culture Of Resistance

The first feature film produced by Hamas had its premiere in Gaza on August 1, part of an attempt by the movement to win support through cultural initiatives, building a...

Iran: March 18 Movement film in competition

Taiwan: A Hug for Taiwan

Ghana: The emergence of Ghanaian movies

Dominican Republic: The Film Sugar About Young Baseball Player

Mexico: Second Annual Human Rights Film Festival

Suriname: Questions Seeking Answers

Egypt: A Dog Named Anwar El Sadat

Love or hate him, naming a dog Anwar El Sadat in I love you man is creating a ripple in the Egyptian blogosphere. Why are many Egyptians opposed to having...

Bahrain: Remembering Fashion Icons

East Timor: A Film about Peace 10 years after the Referendum

IndieGoGo: fundraising for independent film-makers

IndieGoGo is a fundraising and promotion platform for independent movie makers where they can network, showcase their work and raise funds for their projects.

Trinidad & Tobago: Movie-Making

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