Articles Archive for January 2014
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The Night That Changed America. On February 9, 1964 The Beatles invaded American and comedians Mitzi McCall and Charlie Brill were backstage to make their debut on the show as well. They recall their memorable encounter with John Lennon in this candid video clip from Beatles Stories: A Fab Four Fan’s Ultimate Road Trip.
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Following a limited theatrical release, the award-winning IT’S BETTER TO JUMP, a social issue documentary about the cultural erasure of the Arab population in ancient city of Akka (Acre), Israel, will be released on DVD and video on demand platforms starting January 28, 2014 from Cinema Libre Studio.
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In honor of Omar, the second Palestinian movie to be nominated for an Academy Award, Cinema Libre Studio takes a look at other exceptional documentaries that shed light on the Arab and Israel conflict occurring, including their upcoming DVD release It’s Better To Jump, set in Palestine.
Yesterday marked 50 years since LBJ launched a war against poverty and a change in policy that led to the creation of the food stamp program, Medicare; Medicaid; Head Start; and expanded Social Security with the aim of helping the underprivileged. By most accounts, the gap between rich and poor is still growing. Cinema Libre Studio has released several social issue films (this is our specialty) that explore the growing gap between rich and poor in America.
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When the market crashed in 2008, Patrick Lovell’s dream of owning a home turned into a nightmare when he lost his job and could no longer afford his mortgage. Armed with a camera, Lovell set out to discover why the American Dream failed him and millions of others in FORWARD 13: WAKING UP THE AMERICAN DREAM, which will be released by Cinema Libre Studio on DVD and Video On Demand platforms starting January 21, 2014.