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  1. Hussain Currimbhoy (2015 Multimedia Contest)


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    Jury member Hussain Currimbhoy talks about the prizewinning film 'The Fence'

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    • Marianne Lévy-Leblond (2015 Multimedia Contest)


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      2015 Jury member Marianne Lévy-Leblond talks about the prizewinning film 'Net Café Refugees'

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      • Hussain Currimbhoy (2015 Multimedia Contest)


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        Jury member Hussain Currimbhoy talks about the prizewinning film 'The Long Night'

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        • Japan's Disposable Workers - Trailer


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          Japan’s Disposable Workers examines the country’s employment crisis: from suicide caused by overworking, to temporary workers forced by economics to live in internet cafes, and the elderly…

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          • Dan Burkholder i3 Lecture


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            Photographer, educator and author Dan Burkholder is a pioneer of digital photography. He is best known for works which bridge both the analog and digital worlds and his signature works in platinum…

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            • Japan's Disposable Workers: Net Cafe Refugees


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              Internet cafes have existed in Japan for over a decade, but in the mid 2000’s, customers began using these spaces as living quarters. Internet cafe refugees are mostly temporary employees; their…

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              • The Origins of Auteur Theory


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                Auteur – it’s a favorite term of cinephiles around the world. But what exactly is Auteur Theory? In this Filmmaker IQ course we peel back pages of time and explore the origins of Auteur…

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                • ICP Spotlights: Carrie Mae Weems 2/19/2015


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                  ICP Spotlights is an annual luncheon honoring women seminal in visual arts, using photography or film. This year, ICP presented the Spotlights Award to American artist Carrie Mae Weems. Weems incorporates…

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                  • Ruddy Roye on Instagram, Storytelling, and Risking the "Angry Black Man" Label


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                    Using Instagram as a tool of social activism, Ruddy Roye draws attention to racial and economic injustice in New York City, where he lives. In this video, he explains how he found his Instagram voice,…

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                    • The Dangerous Presence of Film in Film


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                      A video essay made for my Film and Television Studies course (Audiovisual Film and Television Criticism) which was taught by Dr Ian Garwood at the University of Glasgow. This essay, which concerns…

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                      • Roger Ballen in conversation with William A. Ewing at Christophe Guye Galerie August 2014


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                        Considered one of the most original image-makers of the twenty-first century, American-born photographer Roger Ballen has lived and worked in South Africa for four decades. His latest work, Asylum…

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