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Carte Blanche at MOMA: Sundance’s Greatest Hits from the Native American and Indigenous Film Program July 10–21, 2014

Carte Blanche at MOMA: Sundance’s Greatest Hits from the Native American and Indigenous Film Program July 10–21, 2014

by H.S. Bayer Native American and Indigenous filmmakers are rooted in a long and deep tradition of storytelling… –Sundance Institute president and founder Robert Redford– Commemorating this year’s 20th anniversary of the Native American and Indigenous Program, at Sundance Institute, he continued: “I am proud of the work that Sundance Institute has done over the

Review: ‘A River Changes Course’

Directed by Kalyanee Mam NOW PLAYING in New York City @ IFC Center The apathetic price of “progress” has a new (and objective) visualization in award winning Cambodian native, Cinematographer (‘Inside Job‘) turned feature documentary Director Kalyanee Mam‘s ‘A River Changes Course‘ with a staunch depiction of traditionalist maintenance within the restrictive confines of “third world” opportunity.

Opening Day Sundance Award Winning Film ‘A River Changes Course’ Opens in NYC @ IFC Center – Friday, October 4, 21013

“We’ve worked so hard on this land,,” says Sav Samourn. “And now they’ve come to destroy it all. Sooner or later it will all be gone.“  In her directorial debut, award-winning filmmaker Kalyanee Mam intimately captures the stories of three families living in Cambodia as they strive to maintain their traditional ways of life amid

Real Life Hogwarts Documentary ‘MAGIC CAMP’ Opens in NYC @ reRun Theater – Friday, June 28, 2013

Welcome to the real Hogwarts.To cope with the pressures of growing up, magic-obsessed kids congregate at the one place where they can be themselves: Tannen’s Magic Camp, the oldest and most prestigious magic institution in the world. Here, they strive to prove their worth on the stage where superstars like David Blaine and David Copperfield

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