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32A (Windows On Europe Film Festival 2011)

Sarah Ward February 22, 2011 0

Given the prevalence of the coming of age narrative in film and television, it is sad to say that the story staple has become a cliché. Too often appropriated by comedies and mindless TV

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Ben X (Windows On Europe Film Festival 2011)

Sarah Ward February 21, 2011 0

The majority of the population may claim to have an awareness of autism, however few have gained their understanding from experience. With the neurodevelopmental disorder afflicting approximately 0.2% of the global population, most will

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Kalabush (Windows On Europe Film Festival 2011)

Sarah Ward February 13, 2011 0

The cinematic output of Cyprus may rank among the lesser known of international efforts, however the nation boasts a commitment to the medium nonetheless. From providing a location for foreign productions (Otto Preminger’s Exodus,

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Cherry Blossoms – Hanami (Windows On Europe Film Festival 2011)

Sarah Ward February 12, 2011 0

Coming to terms with terminal illness is a difficult experience, regardless of the details of the condition or the surrounding factors. As expected, the ordeal forms the basis of many film narratives, ranging from

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The Three Way Wedding (Windows On Europe Film Festival 2011)

Sarah Ward February 3, 2011 0

The inner workings of a relationship that involves more than two participants – either implicitly or explicitly – have regaled audiences for generations, with the more titillating titles amongst the canon certainly drawing a

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Under The Stars (Windows On Europe Film Festival 2011)

Sarah Ward February 1, 2011 0

In the standard cycle of human life, children are born, nurtured into adulthood by loving parents, and then leave the nest destined to return at a later date. Often, their absence is prolonged by

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