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Film Profile – 100 Bucks [Short Film] – International Images Fim Festival 2013

100 bucks is an urban story of the journey of a 100-dollar note that passes from hand of hand – to hands of need and through thieving hands. Through the journey of the currency, brief insights into the lives of different characters are revealed that weave in and out of each other’s lives and the … Continue reading

Harare International Festival of the Arts: Day 4

Highlights of Day 4 at HIFA

Cleveland Orchestra, Museum of Art collaborate again on ‘California Masterworks’ series

  Cleveland Orchestra, Museum of Art collaborate again on ‘California Masterworks’ series (via Cleveland.com) Roger Mastroianni As the Cleveland Orchestra gears up for two days of 20th-century music, let us pause to thank the man responsible for them: Ton Koopman. Wait, what? Yes, indeed. The arrival of the conductor who specializes in Baroque music this … Continue reading

Documentary Screening: Sun, Steel & Spray – A History Of the Victoria Falls bridge

Alliance e  and the Old Mutual Theatre hosted The “Sun, Steel and Spray: A History Of The Victoria Falls Bridge” documentary that we worked on closely with the Victoria Falls Bridge Company. The documentary showcases how this massive steel structure was built in the heart of Africa in 1904, and how it was all part … Continue reading

A lifetime with books

  A lifetime with books (via St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Gregg McGee’s mom met his dad at the library at Camp Beale in California during World War II. She was the librarian there, while he was from Granite City. The story about how they met tells a lot of about McGee’s life. A lifelong resident of … Continue reading

The Land of Amharic

Most of my friends agree that, of all the African people….Ethiopians are the most attractive. There is something about their complexion, hair and eyes that make them stand out. But the most fascinating thing about Ethiopia is its rich heritage with the oldest written language Amharic. Ralph Bennett Crignola capture some fascinating scenes of a country emerging … Continue reading

Marange In 2006

  Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi – Discovery of Diamonds in Zimbabwe in 2006 led thousands of people to converge in Marange on the eastern part of the country.In a bid to get rich quickly hundreds of people abandoned their conventional jobs and armed themselves with Shovels and other digging equipment in the hope of finding the precious … Continue reading

Mice Hunting In Malawi

Tsvangirayi Makwazhi’s Gallery & Story Traditionally the mice are hunted by the Ngoni people in Malawi and can be easily found displayed for sale at different local markets. Mulandi one of the boys who was selling the mice told me that he hunts the mice in his home village and travells with them to Lilongwe … Continue reading

Smiles in the Streets of Senegal

Anthony Kurtz  In the summer of 2011, I volunteered with an organization in the U.S that sends high-school kids to Senegal to do community work, in the hopes of making a difference and experiencing something out of the norm. I planned on doing a lot of personal work while on location. When I wasn’t needed, … Continue reading

Leaf Guitar by Ezequiel Galasso

Ezequiel Galasso is a world renowned industrial designer. Here is an amazing gallery of his revolutionary Leaf Guitar.


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