Director Ken Loach and screenwriter Paul Laverty were invited to attend the Toronto Festival this year to promote their new collaborative work, "Route Irish," and Laverty's own film "Even the Rain."
The presence of three great films in support of the Palestinian struggle was highly welcomed at this year's Toronto International Film Festival last month.
Communism has taken over the stage at the Los Angeles Opera, and soon will be occupying opera houses in Vienna and Paris!
"Outside the Law" is the Algerian revolution in the style of "The Godfather," but with a significant difference.
WARNING: "Waiting for Superman," the new film by David Guggenheim, might be injurious to public education.
This film is a searing and realistic depiction of what international monopoly capital does to the lives of ordinary working men and women.
In recent years, musicians have begun to weigh in on important social, economic, and especially environmental issues.
The 35th Toronto International Film Festival will include new titles from some of the world's great progressive filmmakers - and Bruce Springsteen.
"Shouldn't it be as important to learn about one another's poetry, country to country, as one another's weather or gross national products?"
Given the need to feed a growing world population, what kind of farming is viable and sustainable today?