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Marco Wilms discusses rebels, politicians, and what it was like being a foreigner shooting a politically charged documentary in Taiwan.
Freddy Lim speaks about Taiwanese politics, music, fatherhood — and being the subject of a new documentary.
Cinema Escapist talks to some of the people behind the biggest milestone in African cinema this decade.
UNESCO's Chief of the History and Memory for Dialogue discusses the organization's priorities in Africa and his personal relationship with the continent.
The legendary filmmaker talks exclusively to Cinema Escapist about his mission to restore and promote African films.
"En el Séptimo Día" director Jim McKay discusses how he went about making a film so different from his own lived experience.
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