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  • ... University for insight on must-watch Latin American films . She shares about her favorite Brazilian films that are worth checking out: - "Casa Grande" by Fellipe Barbosa ...
  • ... LACMA left Redlands armed with thoughts on how to curate films for community resonance, and determined to be more radical and ...
  • ... better-not-miss screening of amazing independent short films from local and international filmmakers. The films run the gamut to essayistic, experimental, fiction, documentary, and ...
  • ... The evening capped with a screening of animated short films , including Trevor Knapp Jones ' "The Sasquatch" and the Girl and ... worker in his sixties, talked about wanting to make films in Burma. Jasmine, a college student so confident she should become the ...
  • A busy New York street corner, a case study of the perfect walkable neighborhood, filmed in 1901 by the Thomas Edison Company.
  • ... will give audiences a chance to watch a diverse set of films (from Hollywood classics to foreign films and independents), listen to cutting-edge bands and create movies ...
  • ... Film Festival will screen nine indigenous-themed films during the weekend of November 15-17 focusing on desert and inland ... in Joshua Tree, which will screen nine indigenous-themed films during the weekend of November 15-17 focusing on desert and inland ...
  • Historian Dan Snow gets down and dirty in medieval grime to discover the hard way how the London we know today was forged in the filth of the 14th century. State of the art CGI reveals London's streets as they were 700 years ago and Dan steps into the shoes of a medieval Londoner - wooden platforms designed to help him rise above the disgusting mess underfoot. He spends the night as a medieval...

  • Just 200 years ago Paris was famously one of the foulest and smelliest cities in Europe. In this program, historian Dan Snow sniffs out the rotten story of the French revolution.

    Stunning CGI reveals the stinking streets where ordinary people slaved in toxic industries and suffered grotesque poverty and disease. Dan immerses himself in their world, visiting a perfumer to recreate the...

  • Historian Dan Snow travels back to a seething Manhattan in the throes of the Industrial Revolution. Millions fled persecution, poverty and famine in Europe in the 19th century in search of the Promised Land. When they arrived what they found was even worse than what they'd left behind. New York was a city consumed by filth and corruption, its massive immigrant population crammed together in...

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