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US singer-songwriter Nahko shares his experience of turning pain into positivity with Graeme Green....

Showtime from the Frontline: Alaa Shehada, Mark Thomas and Faisal Abu Alhayja.

Nick Dowson reports on Mark Thomas’s attempt to train a comedy troupe in the West Bank.

Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight, a magnificent drama about a boy growing up gay in Miami.

What a year! Here’s some light relief as we look back at New Internationalist’s top picks of 2017’s films,...


The story of Radio Inzamba, daring to report on human rights abuses, told by Giedre Steikunaite.

Farmers from the southern state of Tamil Nadu pose half-shaved during a protest to demand a better drought-relief package from the federal government in New Delhi, India.

Stories you might have missed in 2017. By Kelsi Farrington.

Mountains May Depart review

Mountains May Depart, by Jia Zhangke, and Makala, by Emmanuel Gras are reviewed this month...


NI reviews Fever Ray’s Plunge; Toto Bona Lokua’s Bondeko.

A profile photo of Nithin Sawhney, by Suki Dhanda

The British-Indian musician on colonialism, music and being ‘someone who gives a shit’. By Subi Shah.

Dolores Huerta, mobilizing farm workers in 1960s US.

Dolores directed by Peter Bratt; Félicité directed and co-written by Alain Gomis....

Music from the world: Maya Youssef

Economic Partnership Agreement by Sven Kacirek and Daniel Mburu Muhuni; Syrian...

Kate Smurthwaite's article on why some mainstream comedy is beyond a joke

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Kate Smurthwaite asks: does mainstream comedy have the wrong targets in its sights?

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TootArd’s second album Laissez Passer; Nitin Sawhney’s...

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I Am Not a Witch, by Rungano Nyoni; Menashe, by Joshua Z Weinstein.

BP or not BP protest in the British Museum.

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Rev Billy leads a creative protest against BP’s hypocritical museum sponsorship...

film october Tramontane

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Films from the world that should be on your watchlist.

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At Least Wave Your Handkerchief At Me by Saz’iso; Frost on Fiddles by Frigg.


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