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  • Charif Kiwan, spokesperson for the acclaimed Syrian film collective,  Abou Naddara, will come to Bard to screen a series of short films and give a talk. “We committed to making a […] 0

    Abou Naddara – Screening and Discussion

    Charif Kiwan, spokesperson for the acclaimed Syrian film collective,  Abou Naddara, will come to Bard to screen a series of short films and give a talk. “We committed to making a […]

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  •   Screening of film Spectres   “Patrice Lumumba played a decisive role in the liberation of the Congo from the colonial yoke. Shortly afterwards, he was betrayed by those close to […] 0

    Sven Augustijnen’s “Spectres”

      Screening of film Spectres   “Patrice Lumumba played a decisive role in the liberation of the Congo from the colonial yoke. Shortly afterwards, he was betrayed by those close to […]

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  • The panel discussion featured: Augustine Hungwe, Professor of Political Science at the University of Zimbabwe and McGill Fellow in International Studies at Trinity College. Geoffrey Nyarota, Zimbabwean journalist and Visiting […] 0

    Ingrid Sinclair’s “Flame”

    The panel discussion featured: Augustine Hungwe, Professor of Political Science at the University of Zimbabwe and McGill Fellow in International Studies at Trinity College. Geoffrey Nyarota, Zimbabwean journalist and Visiting […]

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  •   “Screening of Bhopal Films”   Harold Crooks is an author and writer/producer whose award-winning and acclaimed documentary film credits include Bhopal: The Search for Justice and the TV series Black Coffee. He […] 0

    Harold Crooks and Rajan Sharma : Bhopal Films

      “Screening of Bhopal Films”   Harold Crooks is an author and writer/producer whose award-winning and acclaimed documentary film credits include Bhopal: The Search for Justice and the TV series Black Coffee. He […]

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  •   “‘It is as it was’: What’s at Stake in Mel Gibson’s Passion”   James Shapiro is the Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University and author of Oberammergau: […] 0

    James Shapiro

      “‘It is as it was’: What’s at Stake in Mel Gibson’s Passion”   James Shapiro is the Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University and author of Oberammergau: […]

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  •   “What to Do About the Iraq Mess?” A film showing of Gillo Pontecorvo’s The Battle of Algiers Introduced by Mark Danner, Luce Professor of Human Rights and Journalism, “The Battle of […] 0

    Gillo Pontecorvo’s “The Battle of Algiers”

      “What to Do About the Iraq Mess?” A film showing of Gillo Pontecorvo’s The Battle of Algiers Introduced by Mark Danner, Luce Professor of Human Rights and Journalism, “The Battle of […]

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  • “Kandahar” Kandahar is a 2001 Iranian film directed by Mohsen Makhmalbaf, set in Afghanistan during the rule of the Taliban. Its original Persian title is Safar-e Ghandehar, which means “Journey to Kandahar”, and it is alternatively […] 0

    Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s “Kandahar”

    “Kandahar” Kandahar is a 2001 Iranian film directed by Mohsen Makhmalbaf, set in Afghanistan during the rule of the Taliban. Its original Persian title is Safar-e Ghandehar, which means “Journey to Kandahar”, and it is alternatively […]

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  •   Lecture on Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s “Kandahar”   Hamid Dabashi is an Iranian-American Professor of Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature at Columbia University in New York City. He is the author […] 0

    Hamid Dabashi

      Lecture on Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s “Kandahar”   Hamid Dabashi is an Iranian-American Professor of Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature at Columbia University in New York City. He is the author […]

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