Jimmy Richardson’s story resonates across the decades
I’d like to return to a point I raised in my editorial in Wednesday’s paper regarding Victoria Cross recipient Jimmy Richardson.
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Film Desk Takes to “Zero Bridge”
The first film in 40 years to be filmed in Kashmir, Tariq Tapa’s debut feature “Zero Bridge,” has been acquired by Film Desk for U.S. distribution. The company is set to open the film on February 16, 2011 at New York’s Film Forum, with a limited national rollout to follow soon thereafter. The film, which won Best Film at the Leeds International Film Festival, tells the story of Dilawar, a …
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London exhibit examines centuries of drug history
So you think drug culture began at Woodstock in the 1960s? Think again.
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