In cooperation with NZ On Screen and the NZ Film Commission we’re proud to present Dead Letters as our Anzac Day short film.
A thin Indian man with not much hair sits alone on a bare floor, wearing nothing but a loincloth and a pair of cheap spectacles, studying the clutch of handwritten notes in his hand. The black-and-white photograph takes up a full page in the newspaper.
Three experts–the Rev. George Handzo, a chaplain with the HealthCare Chaplaincy of New York City; Dr
Two senior U.S. senators are expected to introduce Tuesday legislation to establish an Internet consumer bill of rights, moving the needle in the burgeoning debate over how to protect individuals without impeding one of the country’s few growth sectors
Katherine Jackson’s battle for control of her pop star son’s estate is about to take a “new direction” based on “new evidence” uncovered by the family, a Jackson family lawyer said.
For weeks now, the stock market has been toying with Dow 10,000.
The Polish president on Saturday signed his country’s ratification of the Lisbon Treaty, aimed at streamlining the workings of the European Union. President Lech Kaczynski’s approval of the treaty leaves the Czech Republic as the lone country that has not ratified the document
They are football’s royalty, the marquee players whose almost super human ability on the ball wins cups and championships; their faces adorn billboards and magazine covers from China to Columbia. President Lech Kaczynski’s approval of the treaty leaves the Czech Republic as the lone country that has not ratified the document
Britain wants to scale back its Trident nuclear deterrent program by cutting the number of missile-carrying submarines from four to three, Foreign Secretary David Miliband said. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will formally announce his readiness to scale back Trident when he speaks to the U.N.
British Airways announced earlier this week that it would give all staff the option of taking one month of unpaid leave.