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ARCHIVES : MOVIES & THEATER : 2005-2008

FEBRUARY 2008

A Review of Holly
By Gillian Granoff
Recently, several notable celebrities, UN representatives, policy makers, and film industry insiders gathered together to view the screening of Holly, the highly acclaimed film starring Ron Livingston, Chris Penn, Udo Kier and Virginie Ledoyen....MORE

SEPTEMBER 2005

Movie Review
A Well-Tailored Tale: Balzac and The Little Chinese Seamstress
By Jan Aaron
That good literature has a significant impact on one’s life is certainly the view held by educators throughout the free world. So, this movie Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress, set during China’s repressive Cultural Revolution, makes us realize how fortunate we are to be able read books and learn from them and how books can change lives. READ MORE

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PBS’ Making Schools Work Maps Success Strategies For Troubled Schools
By Jan Aaron
As she prepares for the new school year, New York educator Daria Rigney has something else to look forward to: She will be featured in the prime time special Making Schools Work, airing nationally on PBS, October 5 from 9-11 PM. (Mark your calendars.) READ MORE

MARCH 2005

Likeable Little Women on Broadway
By Jan Aaron
Louisa May Alcott’s novel is easy to love from generation to generation, even if the new Broadway show meanders a bit in places.
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Film Tunes Into Irish Music:
The Boys and Girl From County Clare
By Jan Aaron
St. Patrick’s day salutes Ireland’s rich heritage, which includes the traditional toe-tapping Ceili music highlighted in The Boys and Girl from County Clare. READ MORE

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