Sundays nights have gotten a bad reputation as depressing, end-of-the-weekend, nights in.
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It is a sort of an indie coup, a small French film produced on a $200 budget, written, directed, lit, shot, and produced by one man, and intended for only one personal screening, goes on to be a selec
Entering the interview room I immediately recognized director Erich Weiss by the colorful sleeve tattooed down his left arm.
In anticipation of the Raindance screening of Do Elephants Pray, my colleague, Ellie, and I had the opportunity to sit down with the three men behind the film.
The past week and a half has flown by in the blur of films and festivities that is Raindance. It was my first year at the festival and I found the experience quite overwhelming, but in a good way.
The 18th Raindance Festival came to a close yesterday, after a week and a half of superb entertainment. The day was no less packed than the previous, starting with the 99 Minute Editing School.
Saturday meant the second to last day of the festival, full of films, classes and even a new talent screening.
It’s hard to believe yesterday was Friday, leaving us with just a few more days to cram in as many films as possible before all the wonderful madness comes to an end.
Over three years Carol Dysinger, a professor at NYU, spent ten months living in Afghanistan.
Female Genital Mutilation, the practice of circumcising girls and women to keep them chaste, is practiced in 28 countries around the world including the United Kingdom.
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