Article Archive for June 2010
From a poll of expert professionals, few surprises and groans.
The best rated films of the year so far, Dutch ovens leading to divorce, and 8-bits of lo-fi underground fun.
Jennifer Steinman on leading several women to ‘Motherland’, a chronicle of death and rebirth in South Africa.
Great films set in the backroads of the nation.
A deceptively picturesque portrait of Russia’s past glories and horrors.
Two lists agree on one standout actress – who she is may surprise you.
As the 2010 World Cup kicks off, here are films available on our site from three of the competing countries.
As South Africa nears its finest moment on the global stage, a look back to its historic attempt to heal its past scars.
Opitz’ film examines the effects of worldwide privatization on basic public services, such as water supply, electricity, public transportation, and even public health care.
In advance of the first World Cup to be held in Africa, we’re putting a spotlight on some of the top African films available on our site.