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· May, 2008

Stories about Film from May, 2008

Estonia: Film Reviews

AnTyx reviews two films that explain “the nature of Estonia's independence.”

PangeaDay: an event lived worldwide

Pangea Day took place Saturday, and people from different parts of the world got together to watch movies and be a part of the worldwide event where movies, speakers and...

Saudi Arabia: Why Are There No Cinemas?

"Why are there no cinemas in Saudi Arabia?" asks Saudi blogger Hayfa [Ar], who offers us her ideas of a workable plan to make cineplexes and movie screenings compliant with...

PangeaDay: Impressions from Brazil

Pangea day took place this Saturday, May 10 2008, and the world watched together a selection of films broadcast via the internet and TV simultaneously to every corner of the...

Uganda: Amakula Kampala Film Festival

Uganda Imsoniac attended the Amakula Kampala Film Festival in Uganda: “Every personality documentary film should make you feel comfortable and engage you. The director should make you love or loathe...

Uganda: Watching African movies in Africa

Scarlett Lion discusses African films: “But it seems that films about Africa rarely screen in Africa. And I've missed my chance to see this film, captured in Uganda, in Uganda....

Brazil: Are you watching PangeaDay?

Ricardo Jordão Magalhaes [pt] has a long and wonderful roundup of PangeaDay's the best moments. “Man, if you read my post all the way through, do your bit, band together,...

India: Pangea Day

Almost as good as Chocolate writes about the upcoming Pangea Day – a day devoted to films in different locations of the world.

South Korea: Film Festival

Junni wrote a Korean film festival guide at Ohmynews.

Trinidad & Tobago, USA: Victory or Defeat?

“I found myself watching Air Force One last night on TV, while waiting to see which of the US Democratic presidential candidates would give the most stupid victory speech”: Trinidad...

Zimbabwe: Video: Crisis in Zimbabwe

Sokwanele posts a video from the Solidarity Peace Trust about the crisis in Zimbabwe.

Bahamas, Haiti: Seeing for the First Time

Nicolette Bethel links to a video series “on the statelessness of children of Haitian parentage growing up in The Bahamas” and says that “every Bahamian should watch them — especially...

Jamaica: Children of the Matrix

Jamaican Geoffrey Philp blogs about the “The Millennial Generation”: “It will…be interesting to see if Jamaican/ Caribbean Millennials, who have grown up in a time when as Chris Blackwell said,...

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