Documentary Tag

Currently, we see many of us being aware of the constant scrutiny that we are under the eyes of the artificial intelligence in our phone and our every movement through the devices are being studied and saved. This helps the intelligence to create an algorithm and provide us with information and details of products or materials that we may have searched for at any point...

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Throughout history, powerful people have used the power of film to help achieve their goals. Leaders like Hitler and Stalin used movies as propaganda and did so very successfully. Cinema can easily change people’s opinions and their outlooks on life. Good films almost always impact the viewer. The degree of impact depends on the movie and person viewing it. Individually, people are bound to get...

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Murder in Mobile hits red carpet

2019’s official selection for The Roxbury International Film Festival, Murder in Mobile takes up the red carpet and will be featured in the international film festival. The film will be shown at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.   “We’re thrilled with the exposure that Murder in Mobile is receiving, spreading its message of resistance and restorative justice—potentially in many film festivals all over the world,”...

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Emilio Guido is a communications and media studies student at the Northeastern University and has recently released a documentary, called Laugh Now: A Perspective on Life, Liberty, & the Holocaust. Here, he has chronicled the life story of Theofanis Orfanos, who was captured at the age of 15 by the Nazis and survived 18 months of captivity. The documentary has Orfanos’ vivid account with archival footage of...

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