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Barring of Lavlas sparks fears of unrest in Haiti

February 17, 2009

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REUTERS reports that Haitian authorities say they have barred the country’s most popular political party from Senate elections, a move some fear could spark unrest.   My fascination with the country was sparked by one of the most amazing documentaries I have ever seen entitled : The Ghosts of City Soleil. It pictures how two […]

Documentary on ’08 Greek Riots

February 17, 2009

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Can’t actually see this video as access to bittorrent and utorrent are blocked by the work firewall but this documentary about the Greek riots looks fascinating, at least if the write-up on IndyMedia is to be believed: A 28 minutes short movie-presentation of the insurrection of December 2008 in Greece through the words and actions […]

UK premier of Bassweight, dubstep documentary

October 15, 2008

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The word dubstep first came to my attention at an artistic salon I went to at the Bethnal Green Men’s Working Club back in 2006. It was, admittedly, an unlikely setting.  Chatting about writing for Rolling Stone Italy to a Dutch DJ sharing my table, I mentioned that I was on the look out for […]