Lou Reed’s Directorial Debut

     |    Thursday September 23rd, 2010

Lou Reed and his cousin Shirley   Lou Reed presents his first documentary film. In “Red Shirley” he talks with his 101 year old cousin. Born into Jewish family in Poland, she fled to Canada as a young girl to escape the Nazi presence in her home country. She later emigrated to the United States. Lou 

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DAS GIFT – Yoko Ono Exhibition in Berlin

     |    Thursday September 9th, 2010

  The gallery HAUNCH OF VENISON is showing Yoko Ono’s Installation “Das Gift” from September 10 to November 13, 2010. Yoko Ono is a conceptual artist and in this installation she addresses violence, healing, transformation, love, and questions the dichotomy of the personal and the global.. A HOLE, a fragile yet brutally forceful sculpture, is 

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US: Confused, Alone, and in Legal Limbo

     |    Friday July 30th, 2010

People with mental disabilities, including US citizens, face a greater risk of erroneous deportation by United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) because courts do not ensure fair hearings for those not able to represent themselves, Human Rights Watch and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) said in a joint report released today. The groups 

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Lutz Dammbeck at the Sprengel Museum

     |    Thursday July 15th, 2010

Re_Re-Education is the title of the exhibition at the Sprengel Museum in Hanover, Germany. Dammbeck’s films will also be screened during this exhibition. Among them is THE NET, available here on realeyz.tv. Lutz Dammbeck (born 1948) came to film from the fine arts and discovered animation as a means of expression and source of experimentation 

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