The latest in a trend of collectively photographed documents of people, cultures and conditions made for the sensitive, globally aware armchair viewer.
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Gotham's 15th annual Urbanworld Film Festival has lined up a slate that opens with the world preem of Diane Paragas and Nelson George's "Brooklyn Boheme."
Awkwardly patches together story strands meant to provide a panoramic view of war and reconciliation.
Sixteen years after the ethnic violence that claimed some 800,000 lives, filmmakers are still searching for fresh ways to explore the Rwandan genocide.
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