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  • Director Mahvash Sheikholeslami's documentary Where Do I Belong ? plunges into an unusual and seldom-discussed phenomenon ...
  • ... This notion of belonging to the story? KAY: Yes and I was thinking about how when you listen to a lecture or you listen to a ... on a non-judgmental, very often non-judgmental level, where we just listen and just take from it what makes sense to us so we can ...
  • "Steven" can't travel, open a bank account, work legally, or even get married. Living in Britain, away from his home in Mozambique, he is stateless.
  • ... responds your questions.   Question: Why do some artists get all the money and others nothing at all? - L.A. ... performance program, which will give you other ideas about where funding might be available for you. People give money to people: ...
  • ... spirit. Vera Arutyunyan was born in Yerevan, Armenia, where she grew up excelling in both art and science. Because of her technical ... convinced that she would be able to make a good life here. "I knew I had the potential to find myself here," she admits. ...
  • ... in images that could just as well depict justice as they do barbarity. [scald=75313:kl_image_original_context ... on his ongoing depiction of a kind of parallel underworld where every bad thing happens all the time. The truth is, Peterson doesn't ...
  • ... downtown all day without ever running out of things to do -- from the Fox Theatre where the stars of Motown performed to the many stadiums where the action ...
  • With photographic/video series " Where There Once Was Water," Brittany App documents the effects of the ... the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge fundraising campaign. "I knew I'd get challenged eventually, and I knew I had to come up with some ... a conversation that gets us all thinking about what we can do individually and collectively, and what we can do in communication ...
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