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Sundance Announces Out-of-Competition Premieres

by: Emily Kirkpatrick


Earlier this week, Sundance announced an impressive line up of out-of-competition films that are scheduled to premiere during the festival, which this year will take place from January 17 to 27.   Not the least […]

Tags: Alex Givney, Amanda Seyfried, Ashton Kutcher, Australia, Before Midnight, California, Dakota Fanning, Dave Grohl, Deep Throat, Don Jon's Addiction, Elizabeth Olsen, Emily Kirkpatrick, Ethan Hawke, Evan Rachel Wood, Foo Fighters, Greece, Holly Hunter, Jacki Weaver, James Franco, Jane Campion, Jobs, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Julianne Moore, Julie Delpy, Libya, Linda Lovelace, Mia Wasikowska, Nevermind, nicole kidman, Nirvana, Oscar, out of competition, Park Chan-wook, Restrepo, Richard Linklater, Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Junger, Shia LaBeouf, Sound City, South Korea, Steve Carell, Steve Jobs, Stoker, Sundance, The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman, The Piano, The Story of Wikileaks, The Way Way Back, The Wild Magazine, Tim Hetherington, Toni Collette, Tony Danza, Top of the Lake, Very Good Girls, We Steal Secrets
Women Under Siege

Women Under Siege Puts Women on the Map

by: Sarah Kess


Gloria Steinem and Lauren Wolfe want to end rape as a tool of war. The renowned feminist activist and the award-winning journalist are spearheading Women Under Siege, the Women’s Media Center initiative that documents how […]

Tags: Cairo, Gloria Steinem, Lara Logan, Lauren Wolfe, Libya, Lynsey Addario, Matilde Gattoni, rape, Sarah Kess, sexual violnce, Syria, The Wild Magazine, Women Under Siege
Libyan Street Art

Revolutionary Streets

by: James Platt-Hepworth


Beyond the smoke and beneath the rubble Libya’s Landscape is changing rapidly. With a recent revolution as a result from the spring uprising the long struggle to release the shackles has resulted in the nation’s […]

Tags: Arab Awakening, Arab Spring, Casa Arabe in Madrid, James Platt-Hepworth, Jasmine Revolution, Libya, Muammar El-Gaddaffi, Protest, Revolutionary Streets, street art, The Wild Magazine
Arab Awakening

’11 STRIKING MOMENTS, PT.2

by: Blaine Skrainka


2011 was a year of worldwide unrest. Traditional social structures that favor the interests of those with money and power are being called into question by the masses. These are the most striking moments of […]

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The al-Assad regime murders thousands

SYRIA UNDER FIRE

by: Blaine Skrainka


After years of corruption and cronyism from the oppressive regime of Bashar al-Assad, the Syrian people have risen up as a part of the Arab Awakening only to face a brutal backlash. The United Nations’ […]

Tags: Arab Awakening, Arab League, Arab Spring, Bashar al-Assad, Blaine Skrainka, China, Human Rights, Iran, Libya, Middle East, Politics, Protests, Ramita Navai, Russia, Syria, Syria Under Fire, The Wild Magazine, UN, United Nations, world

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