One of the early scenes of the documentary Where Is The Frontline From Here is a case of life imitating art. We see the scene through the video lens of photojournalist Tim Hetherington, starting with the dashboard of a 4WD, a grenade in the cup holder and the sound of the Bee Gees’ How Deep Is Your Love softly playing on the car stereo.
He’s not a rap man, he’s an app, man.
STRANGER IN MY LAND Roger Knox (Southbound) He’s been described as the Black Elvis of Australia and is a regular of its iconic Tamworth country music festival and now, with the help of ex-Mekons frontman Jon Langford, Roger Knox finally realises a long-cherished dream.
British researchers are claiming to have discovered a massive rift valley beneath the Antarctic ice sheet that rivals the Grand Canyon in depth and is contributing to ice loss on the continent. “If you stripped away all of the ice here today, you’d see a feature every bit as dramatic as the […]
The harmless film Larry Crowne opens with the harmless Larry getting fired from his job at a Wal-Mart-like big-box store in the San Fernando Valley. Although the story quickly proceeds through familiar hallmarks of recent years the fruitless job search, the necessary yard sales and looming foreclosure this is not a recession story
The soldiers crept into the village of Loi Kolay under the light of a crescent moon, slipping into defensive positions around a darkened house, gun sights trained on the rocky cliffs above. Four sharp knocks on the wooden door echoed through the silent valley.
HOW can we capitalize on the inherent desire of people all over the world that things should be done, wherever they can be done, by private enterprise?” This fundamental question was raised by David Lilienthal, onetime chairman of the Tennessee Valley Authority, now a consultant to foreign governments on their own development programs.
LORI CROWN THOUGHT she was doing the right thing last year when she moved to a dryer climate in Bakersfield, California, after being plagued by asthma attacks during her six years in Hawaii. A few months later, Crown, 35, was suffering from severe headaches, a prolonged fever of 102 degreesF, swollen feet and painful bumps on her hands and legs.
The documentary who killed the Electric Car? accused General Motors of conspiring with the oil industry and politicians to shelve its popular and promising EV1 in the 1990s
Think of a green businessman and Ray Anderson isn’t likely to be the first to come to mind.