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Watch: Breaking Bread (Documentary)

A compelling documentary that easily predicts the results of sanctioning wheat supplies around the world 19 January 2023 | James Porteous | Clipper Media News Who’s to blame…

The great rediscovery of folk singer Judee Sill

It was a time when so many talented artists fell by the wayside. The documentary Lost Angel: The Genius of Judee Sill hopes to shed some light on…

Watch: Fly Jefferson Airplane (Documentary)

An interesting look at one of rock’s most inventive and enduring bands, with concert footage and interviews. 01 November 2022 | James Porteous | Clipper Media News It…

‘Generation Africa’ looks at migration from the point of view of Africans

Migration continues to dominate the discourse and polarizes communities across the political spectrum. And will for the foreseeable future. 08 June 2022 | James Porteous | Clipper Media…

Watch: Anti-War film ‘FTA’ with Sutherland, Fonda (Netflix)

The 1972 anti-war traveling show and film not only ‘took a stand against war,’ it was genuinely hilarious. Never has open rebellion been so invigorating. Or remain so…

Watch: Donbass (Documentary)

French film-maker Anne-Laure Bonnel travels to the Donbass region to bear witness to the deadly conflict. Viewer discretion is strongly advised. 01 June 2022 | James Porteous |…

Watch: Glastonbury Fayre – Documentary (1971)

A documentary capturing the second Glastonbury Fair, held in 1971. Features music from the festival, drum circles, and dirty dancing. And of course, spirituality. (And to be honest,…

‘The Tokyo Toilet’ Project inspires filmmaker Wim Wenders

“The Tokyo Toilet” is an urban renewal project where 17 public toilets are turned into veritable works of art by architects from around the world. Photo: Screenshot from the THE TOKYO…

Doc explores what it really means to be a Deadhead

‘Box of Rain’ looks at the community that evolved around the Dead and their music. Photo: A Deadhead poses in front of Grateful Dead posters at a Haight-Ashbury…

Kiwi Chow’s Hong Kong Protest Film, ‘Revolution in Our Times’

Under Hong Kong’s National Security Law, saying the phrase — and now this film’s title out loud is viewed as inciting secession 07 May 2022 |  Wing Kuang |…

Watch: Ukraine: The Seeds of War (AJE)

An unsettling and detailed documentary describing the many events over the past decade that led to the Russian invasion of Ukraine 11 April 2022 | James Porteous |…

Watch: One day in Yakutia, in the coldest inhabited region on Earth

Yakutia is the capital city of the Sakha Republic, where temperatures can reach -71C Photos: Early morning in Yakutsk, the capital city of the Sakha Republic (Screenshot) 10…

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