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Film Fest Showcase: ‘Marwencol’ shows Mark’s World

Jeffrey Herwig, Office Manager April 13, 2011

The film Marwencol supplies an interesting view of reality. Mark, the victim of a vicious assault, has to cope with life after the attack. Therefore he creates his own world to parallel the real world....

Film Fest: Lauder’s new film disappoints

Ryan Spoehr, News editor April 13, 2011

In Jerren Lauder's "The Color of the Ground," absolute strangers find comraderie despite a language barrier. The style of camerawork and editing bring a unique feel to the movie. However, with a great...

Film Fest Showcase: Love in corrupt times

Cristalyne Bell, Editor in Chief April 13, 2011

If they haven’t already, it wouldn’t be at all surprising if the insurance companies in Argentina went broke. When traffic laws are deemed optional and speeding is the norm, inevitable accidents can...

Film Fest Showcase: ‘Monica and David’ show love can overcome

Jennifer Abplanalp, Opinions Editor April 13, 2011

Monica and David is your classic boy meets girl story. Except that Monica and David have Down syndrome. It tells the story of two young adults who want what everyone else wants in life: Liberty, love,...

Film Fest Showcase: Sharing tales of life from the junkyard

Andrew Killgallon, Arts & Cultures Editor April 13, 2011

ANDREW KILLGALLON Arts and Cultures Editor   According to state records, Willets Point in Queens, NY only has one citizen, Joe Ardizzone. Ardizzone has lived in Willets Point for all his...

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