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The titular orphanage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, provides the setting and subject of the quietly affecting docu "Little Heaven."
More than a year after acquiring feature film rights, Anonymous Content has tapped Susanne Bier ("In a Better World") to direct and Scott Teems ("That Evening Sun") to adapt Abraham Verghese's…
Publishing exec Ethiopia Habtemariam motors Motown Records.
Part rigorously formal and part multisensory experimental, Luca Guadagnino's "Italian Unconscious" examines Fascist Italy's disastrous colonial expedition in Ethiopia and the ramifications of…
Filmmaker Mladen Maticevic becomes more a part of the story than he intends in "Run for Life," a modest but moving docu about three Ethiopian long distance runners who defect to Serbia in the hope of…
Anonymous Content ("Winter's Bone") has decided to go "Cutting for Stone," snagging feature rights to Abraham Verghese's bestseller from publisher Vintage Books.
Luca Guadagnino, who started shooting his first shorts at age 6 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, is undoubtedly an Italian anomaly.
"Athlete" recounts the life and times of Africa's first Olympic gold medalist.
Set during the repressive regime of Ethiopian dictator Haile Mariam Mengistu, "Teza" unfolds through the eyes of a German-educated intellectual who returns to his homeland full of naive idealism…
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