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· October, 2011

Stories about Film from October, 2011

China: Open letter to Relativity Media

Nigeria: Documentary: Nigeria’s Millionaire Preachers

Taiwan: The Story of Chiou Ho-shun

Nepal: Crowd Sourced Fund For A Nepali Movie

Saudi Arabia: Men Arrested Over Poverty Video

Nepal: Movies & Nationality

Colombia: You Can Copy This Creative Commons Film Festival

The Creative Commons Audiovisual Festival will be taking place in Barranquilla and Medellin later this month. You can still experience it even if you aren't in Colombia by requesting to Copy...

Thai Film Archive

Ukraine: New Documentary Highlights the Klitschko Brothers’ Lives and Careers

Popularly dubbed "The Klitschko Brothers", Ukrainians Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko have dominated the heavyweight boxing division since Lennox Lewis retired in 2004. However, their production of an autobiographical documentary film,...

Cuba: Review of New Feature Film

China: “Do you have memories from before you were kidnapped?”

A new crowd-funded documentary, Living with Dead Hearts, tells the story of the thousands of children in China who are victims of kidnapping. Through interviews with both parents and formerly...

South Korea: Movie Prompts Outrage Over Disabled Child Sex Crimes

In South Korea, the movie 'Crucible' has brought a long-forgotten rape case of disabled kids by school officials to life. The movie has been a major hit for several consecutive...

Kenya: Movie About Oldest Kenyan Primary School Pupil

Indonesia: Q! Film Festival

Ukraine: President Yanukovych in The Simpsons?

The newest episode of cartoon The Simpsons went viral in Ukraine after it humorously portrayed the country and a Kiev mafioso named Victor, who, as many netizens pointed out, resembled...

Trinidad & Tobago: Making Our Own Films

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