What you'll find in the May/June 2013
issue of Video Librarian:
200 reviews, including:
director Cate Shortland’s powerful
coming-of-age WWII drama about a German
teenage girl nicknamed Lore, which is
based in part on Rachel Seiffert’s 2001
novel The Dark Roome.
New documentaries on the descendants of
infamous Nazi officials, Facebook follies,
American "torture" doctors, poor kids,
educational textbook right-wing "revisionaries,"
assisted suicide, the knuckleball pitch, art
and the human brain, the history of
experimental film, the song "Hava Nagila,"
Star Wars fans, the origins of The
Wizard of the Oz, the 19th-century
abolitionists, the Arab Spring uprising in
Egypt, the hunt for Bin Laden, and more
Health videos on the Meschino weight loss
program, vinyasa yoga, emergency first aid
skills, shamanistic healing, rethinking
dyslexia, and more
How-to's on beekeeping, perennial gardening,
building good consumer credit, t-ball skills
and drills, and more
Music/Dance reviews featuring Mudhoney, a
Levon Helm tribute, and gospel singers, as well as ballets and operas including
and Medee, plus
Biographies of Yoni Netanyahu, Erroll
Garner, Petr Ginz, Samuel Morris, Tatsumi, and more...
40-plus new video movie reviews and 20-plus new classic films/TV series on DVD/Blu-ray reviews, and (of course) more
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