• Joshua Oppenheimer looks into the Indonesian Genocide of 1965-66

    Joshua Oppenheimer, with his two powerful and essential documentaries ‘The Act of Killing’ and ‘The Look of Silence’, calls to break the silence on the horrors of the 1965-66 Indonesian Genocide.

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  • Thoughts on Suffragette (2015)

    Sarah Gavron’s film “Suffragette”, written by Abi Morgan told the story of the Suffragette movement through the eyes of a young laundry worker, Maud Watts. The viewer witnesses the character development of the fictional Maud as she starts off trying to take care of her family whilst keeping out of trouble, and then gradually gets

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  • Thoughts on Suffragette (2015)

    Thoughts on Suffragette (2015)

    Sarah Gavron’s film “Suffragette”, written by Abi Morgan told the story of the Suffragette movement through the eyes of a young laundry worker, Maud Watts. The viewer witnesses the character development of the fictional Maud as she starts off trying to take care of her family whilst keeping out of trouble, and then gradually gets

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  • There’s hope: Erin Brockovich

    The last activist you read about was Henry Highland Garnet, the pastor and former slave whose inspiring oratory skills were instrumental in urging slaves to rebel against masters. This time we focus on a woman who, similarly, encourages victims of injustice to speak out. The difference is these are largely environmental injustices, like pollution. The woman is Erin Brockovich.

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