The English professor from Eureka, Calif. This time, however, the antifungal cream she was prescribed to treat her persistent rash seemed to make things worse. Was she allergic to that, too? After all, Stanford was an in-network provider for her insurer — and her insurance, one of her benefits as an employee of the state of California, always had been reliable.
Austerlitz Sergei Loznitsa How should we remember the Holocaust?
As tourists visit Nazi death camps in increasing numbers, Sergei Loznitsa sets up his camera at Sachsenhausen and Dachau and simply observes the behaviour of the visitors. B Chalard Games Goeng Nattawut Poonpiriya A group of school friends scheme to rake in mega bucks by helping others cheat on their exams in this stylish and super-smart Thai suspense thriller, which has been a box office sensation on its home turf.
The Bert Berns Story Brett Berns, Bob Sarles Music meets the Mob in this entertaining biographical documentary about the life and career of Bert Berns, the most important 60s songwriter and record producer that you have probably never heard of.
Horungen Knutte Wester Swedish painter and filmmaker Knutte Wester illustrates the terrible stories his grandmother told of her outcast childhood — and provides living proof of the compassion and generosity she passed on to the world in return.
Beatriz at Dinner Miguel Arteta A holistic health worker Salma Hayek goes head to head with the one percent over dinner in this potently loaded dramedy by Miguel Arteta.
Art As a Weapon Andres Veiel This archive-packed documentary provides a tantalising introduction to the life and work of Joseph Beuys, the revolutionary German artist of the 70s and 80s, celebrated for his artworks, performances and politics.
A Memory of Others Simon Ogston Filmmaker Simon Ogston hits the road with NZ writer, poet, indie rocker Bill Direen as he explores the cultural landscape and presents a series of strikingly diverse live performances.
Mugen no junin Miike Takashi Japanese super director Miike Takashi, in no less than his th film, returns to the bloody mayhem of 13 Assassins with this brutal and boisterous manga adaptation about a vengeful samurai who can grow back his own limbs. Battle for the City Matt Tyrnauer This fascinating documentary about urban planning considers the continuing relevance of the showdown, half a century ago, between the activist Jane Jacobs and the Trumpian Robert Moses: Dealt Luke Korem Winner of an Audience Award at SXSW, this fascinating feel-good doco introduces us to blind card magician Richard Turner, who learns a few new tricks as he comes to terms with visual impairment.
Featuring the voices of Jim Broadbent and Brenda Blethyn. The Evil Within Andrew Getty A demon appears in an antique mirror and manipulates a mentally ill young man, urging him to murder the ones he loves in this nightmarish horror, the bonkers cinematic brainchild of the late oil heir Andrew Getty.
The Farthest Emer Reynolds The incredible journey of the Voyager spaceship is retraced by the women and men closest to the action in this exhilarating big-screen documentary.
When her son is involved in a motorbike accident her defiant stance as a single woman is on the line. El futuro perfecto Nele Wohlatz Arriving in Buenos Aires, a young Chinese immigrant embraces the struggle of a new language and surroundings, reimagining herself and her future in the process, in this dry comedy of manners.
Good Time Josh Safdie, Benny Safdie In this adrenalised Cannes sensation from guerrilla-filmmaker siblings Josh and Benny Safdie, Robert Pattinson is riveting as a small-time criminal on a frantic nocturnal odyssey to break his brother out of custody.Orphan trains and Carlisle and the ways people from the past undermined the minorities and children of America.
The film "The orphan Trains" ;tells us the story of children who were taken from the streets of New York City and put on trains to rural America.
Abstract: America is very much linked to Japan. Since the Second World War these two countries are at the same time a model, a foe, a friend to each other. When we talk about the manga we often compare them to the comics. Paulina Farias Professor Gunderson History PO3 April 16, Research Paper Throughout the generations America has transformed and evolved drastically to become the nation it is today. The answer, to borrow the Facebook status update, is that it's complicated. Despite the everyday hassles of living in a place that produced the "Little House on the Prairie" book series and "A.
The answer, to borrow the Facebook status update, is that it's complicated. Despite the everyday hassles of living in a place that produced the "Little House on the Prairie" book series and "A.
A list of several hundred in-print region specific books about all the Towns and Counties in New York State, organized by county.
Site opened September 1, • Rare and undiagnosed diseases (links to organizations and research) • Coping with chronic illness • Coping with invisible chronic illnesses • Orphan drugs: the good, the bad, and the greedy • 'Right to try' laws, early or expanded access programs, compassionate use of experimental drugs (pro and con) • Managing chronic pain • Managing your health, pain, medications, and health.
This essay is a review of Dmitry Orlov’s excellent new book, The Five Stages of Collapse. I can’t recommend the book highly enough. Orlov is one of the great literary stylists of his generation as well as one of the leading intellectuals.
The National Orphan Train Complex in Concordia, KS is a museum and research center dedicated to the Orphan Train Movement, the various institutions that participated, and .