GENERAL FILM

Well, as much as we'd like to, we can't just watch Asian, cult, and sleazy movies all the time.

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  1. MEAN Magazine #5

    MEAN Magazine #5

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    MEAN is Music. MEAN is Entertainment. MEAN is Art. MEAN is News. Learn More
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    MEAN Magazine (July/August 2000)

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    MEAN is Music. MEAN is Entertainment. MEAN is Art. MEAN is News. Learn More
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    MEAN Magazine (May/June 2000)

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    MEAN is Music. MEAN is Entertainment. MEAN is Art. MEAN is News. Learn More
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    MEAN Magazine (Nov/Dec 2000)

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    MEAN is Music. MEAN is Entertainment. MEAN is Art. MEAN is News. Learn More
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  6. Millennium Film Journal #59

    Millennium Film Journal #59

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    Violence in Artists' Cinema. Learn More
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    MovieMaker #104

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    The Art And Business Of Making Movies. Learn More
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    The n+1 Film Review Supplement. Learn More
  9. Nerd Do Well (paperback)

    Nerd Do Well: A Small Boy’s Journey to Becoming a Big Kid

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    The unique life story of one of the most talented and inventive comedians, star of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and Star Trek. Learn More
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    Nollywood

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    The Nigerian film industry is the third largest in the world, after those of the United States and India. Nigerian films often deal with the moral dilemmas facing modern Africans today and tell stories familiar to African families: of religion, violence, AIDS, and economic hardship. Learn More

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