Blog Archive


Jan 20


DBFF: The Land Beneath our Feet: The Tremendous Power of History

The Land Beneath our Feet explores concepts related to land ownership, cultural development, history and government interference, showcasing Emmanuel Urey as he deals with the reality of living in a commonwealth in Liberia. The feature is at once an anthropological view into the development and strife within the country but manages to feel deeply personal and […]

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Feb 17


Camp 72’s Quest for Justice and Healing at Thin Line

I didn’t want to watch Camp 72 because I knew it would be an emotional ride.  I didn’t want to watch a documentary about rape, murder and war.  I usually feel angry and am ready to take up arms to fight whatever evil is portrayed as the villain destroying human spirit.  Only to later feel […]

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