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Reggie Yates’ Extreme Russia Series

Posted by on Apr 28, 2015 in Afri, Death, Doc, Now, Politics, Racism, Violence, Youth | 0 comments

BBC’s Reggie Yates: “With almost a 90% approval rating Putin is one of the most popular leader in the world.” – “How young Russian national pride manifests can take several forms and to be clear, what I witnessed wasn’t consistently extreme nor by any means threatening in its entirety. The scary thing I found was the pull and growing influence of the groups that are.” […]

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Timbuktu, The Film

Posted by on Mar 22, 2015 in Film, French, Human Rights, Music, Now, Politics, Review, Violence, Wars | 0 comments

LAST DAY IS THURSDAY! IN ST. LOUIS: 1. My review (an excerpt): As in an African griot’s tale, much simplicity hides much complexity, and as in many African films, time seems to have stopped. The barrenness of the landscapes brings forth the many tragedies of the lands where killing and taking Islam hostage have become the norm. It is not an accident that Timbuktu, beyond having been nominated for the Foreign Film Academy Award and having competed for the Palme d’Or at Cannes, received seven French Césars, like best film and best director (AND best sound, cinematography, editing, music and original screenplay!) – it is a memorable film. AND 2. GETT 3. WILD TALES […]

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DOC: Chechnya Now/La Tchétchénie Maintenant

Posted by on Mar 15, 2015 in Death, Doc, French, Human Rights, Now, Politics, Violence, Wars, Women | 0 comments

“Tchétchénie, Une Guerre Sans Traces.” Manon Loizeau retourne en Tchétchénie 20 ans plus tard. Un film avec beaucoup de courage, devant et derrière la caméra. – “Chechnya, A War Without Traces.” Manon Loizeau returns to Chechnya 20 years later. A film with much courage, in front and behind the camera. Highly recommended too: Nino Kirtadze’s Chechen Lullaby.[…]

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6 Millions pour la Semaine/for a Week

Posted by on Jan 27, 2015 in Antisemitism, Doc, France, French, Genocide, History, Human Rights, Jewish, Juif, Now, Politics, Shoah | 0 comments

William Karel & Blanche Finger Film –> Jusqu’au Dernier : La Destruction des Juifs d’Europe – To The Last One: The Destruction of Europe’s Jews – France 2 pendant une semaine après – available for a week afterwards on the web through VPN — Le Holocauste, une histoire sur les Juifs qui ne concernera que les Juifs? Will the specificity of the killing of Jews remain only a Jewish story? PM – [Utiliser logiciel qui peut lire Flash Video & VPN si nécessaire] – LLes mots d’ouverture de la série: “Près de six millions de Juifs, les deux tiers des Juifs d’Europe furent assassinés par le régime nazi et ses collaborateurs pendant la seconde guerre mondiale, assassinés dans le silence quasi complet du monde…” – Opening statement for the series: “Close to six million Jews, two thirds of European Jews were murdered by the Nazi regime and its collaborators during World War II, murdered amidst the world’s almost complete silence…” […]

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Syria: Outrage Is Not Enough

Posted by on Nov 29, 2014 in Action, Doc, Genocide, Human Rights, Middle-East, Now, Photo, Politics, Racism, US, Wars, World | 2 comments

“‘I and millions of Syrians feel depressed when we see that the killer of thousands of prisoners is left unchecked… I have risked my life and the life of my immediate family, and even exposed my relatives to extreme danger, in order to stop the systematic torture that is practiced by the regime against prisoners,” Caesar wrote. “What is it that you can possibly do to prevent the killing, especially since there are more than 150,000 prisoners in the jails of the regime awaiting this black fate?” – Caesar was photographing accident scenes for the military police when the Syrian conflict erupted. He and several fellow photographers soon found themselves photographing dozens of bodies a day, many of which displayed signs of torture. Convinced that he was documenting war crimes, Caesar downloaded copies of the photos on thumb drives, sneaked them out of his office and transferred them to a hard drive, keeping a grisly record of the deaths for more than two years. But when asked to train a successor, he became alarmed that the government might be on to him, and he defected, taking a hard drive that he says documents more than 10,000 deaths.” […]

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Être Là + Where You Are is Who You Are = Solitude & Claudie Hunzinger

Posted by on Nov 20, 2014 in Art, Books, Care, Dance, France, Ideas, Idées, Music, Now, Peace, Sci/Nat, Women | 0 comments

Another way to be and to think — Une autre manière d’être et de penser: “When we are alone, we lose our identity. We spread out into everything that surrounds us, we become what surrounds us… if one is outside, one becomes absolutely what one sees. We become the air, we become the forests, one becomes the grass. – Quand on est seul, on perd son identité. On se déploie dans tout ce qui vous entoure, on devient ce qui vous entoure… if one is outside, one becomes absolutely what one sees. We become the air, we become the forests, one becomes the grass.” […]

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