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Indie Directors of Color Pushed Aside Despite Sundance Success

Even amid an industry push for inclusion, capitalizing on festival notoriety can be a steep climb for underrepresented directors. This year’s Sundance Film Festival saw a record number of diverse filmmakers across four competition categories, some of whom won top awards, but Hollywood’s history with indie directors of color shows …

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Darwin’s curiosity lives on at Salem State

Advertisement An established part of the Salem State calendar, the Darwin Festival — now in its 41st year — is intended for the university’s biology students and anyone else interested, including the general public. Speakers come primarily from outside the university, but sometimes include Salem State faculty. “My hope is …

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Indie Focus: Women take the spotlight at Sundance

Hello! I’m Mark Olsen. Welcome to another edition of your regular field guide to a world of Only Good Movies. Get the Indie Focus newsletter, Mark Olsen’s weekly guide to the world of cinema. We are still in Park City, Utah, believe it or not, as the Sundance Film Festival …

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Cross-community festival launched in Belfast women’s prison

There is a role for wider civic society to play in the rehabilitation of offenders, an event has heard. A women’s prison in Northern Ireland hosted the launch of a cross-community arts festival on Friday evening. Around 150 people attended the launch of Belfast’s cross-community inter-Church 4 Corners Festival in …

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