The reaction across the globe to Russia's anti-gay laws has been vocal and swift, but Anton Krasovsky's experience offers insight into an issue that will most likely play out across the world's media…
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"The Sergeant Matacho," Colombian William Gonzalez's take on the consequences of armed conflict, topped Guadalajara Construye Wednesday, taking four nods.
German Oscar hopeful "Die Fremde" (When We Leave) by Feo Aladag has won the European Parliament's Lux prize.
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This may still be a down economy, but don't tell that to the folks in the businesses of translating, dubbing, subtitling and closed-captioning.
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