Archive • May 2014

Taking Aim at the Frackers

posted May 30, 2014

Take Anna Broinowski's word for it: If you want to make a great protest film, you can supercharge your agitprop with techniques you can learn from... North Korea?

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The U.S. Library of Congress, from the Inside

posted May 10, 2014

The National Audio-Visual Conservation Center of the U.S. Library of Congress features its a huge collection of moving-image and sound recordings on a new blog, Now See Hear!

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Peter Sellers Skips from a Dumpster

posted May 1, 2014

Two long-lost films from the beginning of Peter Sellers’ career that have not been shown publicly in almost 60 years have just been screened again. But only after surviving by unlikely good fortune.

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