Bruce Douglas tunes in to Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution…
Al Jazeera’s Head of International and Media relations, Satnam Matharu talks to the LIP about the station’s reputation and aims for the future.
Alice Fordham considers the difference between British newsreaders and their American counterparts.
Christopher Whalen looks at the media on film.
Sophie Khadr is amazed by the first Howard Stern Film Festival in New York.
On returning from the prestigious Berlin Film Festival, the stars of Michael Winterbottom’s ‘The Road to Guantanamo’ were in for a shock at Luton Airport. Actor Rizwan Ahmed explains…
Set against the background of the violence in occupied Palestine, Paradise Now sketches the lives of two young men who find themselves on the front line of the Palestinian resistance movement, for very different reasons, and with very different consequences.
‘When a film answers the questions that it raises, well, the work ends there,’ says veteran filmmaker, Michael Haneke.
Remi Harris watched The Battle for Algiers, accompanied by live music by the Asian Dub Foundation.
The LIP’s Film Editor Sophie Khadr was granted a preview of Moolaadé, directed by Senegaleese film wizard Ousmane Sembene.