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Movie Review: Honeyland (2019)

Winner of the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize and awards for cinematography and originality at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Ljubomir Stefanov and Tamara Kotevska’s unforgettable documentary Honeyland looks into the ancient tradition of beekeeping, a tradition that has been attuned to the rhythms of nature for centuries. Set among the isolated villages and rocky…

Feature: Top 10 Movie Secretaries

The divas of dictation in the movies. Secretaries from all walks of life are called upon to please their bosses without hesitation. Sometimes it is a thankless job, but the duty never seems to end in terms of keeping thinking running smoothly for her/his superior as well as the other patrons they serve for the…

Movie Review: 5 Broken Cameras (2011)

The on-going feud between Israelis and Palestinians over land in the West Bank is extremely politicized. Most days, only harsh words fired back and forth between Palestinian villages and Israeli settlements and some days rock projectiles and even bullets escalate the situation to tragedy. What Emad Burnat’s camera does is watch the back-and-forth chest pounding….

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