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‘The East’ – less exposé than exploitation

Josie Demuth is unimpressed at Fox cashing in on a ‘fictional’ scandal that echoes the Mark Kennedy case.

Filed in: Film

Where art meets climate change

London’s Two Degrees festival gets the audience involved in the hope of provoking thoughts, and action, for change.

Filed in: Activism Art Climate Change Ethical Consumerism Film Oil Poetry United Kingdom

When you educate girls, extraordinary things happen

And new film Girl Rising will show you how, as Moira Moderelli explains.

Filed in: Education Film Women

Festival showcases Reel Iraq

A decade on from the invasion of Iraq, a four-day celebration of the country’s culture takes place in the UK.

Filed in: Art Culture Film Iraq Music Poetry United Kingdom

Knowing Riot From Wrong

Jamie Kelsey-Fry on young London filmmakers Fully Focused and the beginnings of a powerful youth movement after last summer’s riots.

Filed in: Film Politics United Kingdom

Support The Spirit Level Film!

Producer/Director Katharine Round explains how you can help bring the message about equality to the screen. 

Filed in: Equality Film

How to nail a dictator

A new film is testament to ‘never giving up’, as Anna Bevan reports from Guatemala.

Filed in: Film Guatemala

And Finally... Juliet Stevenson

Successful actor and would-be human rights lawyer Juliet Stevenson on the disgrace of locking up children, and the importance of good-story-telling.

Filed in: Film Human Rights Migration

Best of the Arts 2011

We watched, we read, we listened: New Internationalist’s favourite films, books and music from last year.

Filed in: Art Fiction Film Music

Horror flick: Mrs T at the multiplex

Forget Scream, The Exorcist and Jaws: The nightmare on Downing Street is coming to a cinema near you.

Filed in: Class Film Politics Women

Film review: We Were Here

A compassionate and inspiring film about the AIDS epidemic in 1980s San Francisco.

Filed in: Film

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