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· February, 2010

Stories about Film from February, 2010

Video: Chile Earthquake through Citizen's Eyes

As the day comes to a close, more videos crop up of the devastating 8.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Chile at 3:30 am. The earthquake, which not only affected the...

365: A video a day from Cartagena, Colombia

Today from Cartagena in Colombia: UNESCO World Heritage Site and a top travel destination we bring you a selection of videos from the 365 video project participants, who are uploading...

Belarus: State TV Accused of “Ripping a Whole Sitcom”

Palestine/West Bank: Peace Protesters use Avatar Movie Visuals

Bangladesh: A Documentary On A Trans-gender Teenager

Russia: Avatar & North Caucasus – Fiction vs Reality

My Name is Khan – Cultural Politics in India

A look at the Hindi blog-posts related to the Bollywood film 'My Name Is Khan' reveals an interesting fact - that the reactions to this film have more to do...

China: Amateur short film satirizes internet censorship

Famous amateur film-maker, Hu Ge, has recently made a new satirical piece on the Internet censorship in China. The 7-minute piece, ‘Animal World: the Home-living Animal’ is styled as an...

Italy: Realtime Video of Maierato Landslide

Citizen Video wins George Polk Journalism Award

India: Kavi, The Short Film

India: When Patriotism Equates Vandalism

Iran: Demonstration in Isfahan

Open Video: Worldwide Wireside chat with Lawrence Lessig

What is fair use, how does copyright fit into the digital age and how can commentary, teaching, remixing and research with video be freely developed? Tune in on February 25th...

Guyana: Rodney Film

Trinidad & Tobago: Water Noir

Costa Rica: Online Videos add Humor to Presidential Elections

The Costa Rican Presidential elections are this Sunday and through videos, many Costa Ricans are expressing their concerns regarding the candidates and the future of their country through parody and...

Peru: La Teta Asustada Nominated for Oscar

Spain: Indigenous Film Festival

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