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Happy New Year from Modern Times Review
Monthly Wrap-Up: December 2022
Modern Times Review wraps up 2022 with one final month of content from the eventful year that was. We also wrap up our two-year collaboration with Ji.hlava IDFF & DOK.Revue Media & Documentary Seminar 2.0 will all student content featured HERE, courtesy of EEA and Norway Grants 2014–2021.
We will kick off the new year back at FIPADOC, and with some exciting new developments for the magazine, including the complete lifting of our paywall. This means everyone has access to the full online archives of over 2000 reviews, editorials, books, and more. We thank you for continuing to read and support Modern Times Review. As we remain an independent magazine free of corporate or governmental sponsorship, your continued support account is as valued as ever.
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by: Truls Lie
Do many still have fascist yearnings today, or can one always blame seductive leaders? A closer dive into the 100-year-old Italian fascism and its descendants says something about the dangers we are likely to face.
Director: Vic Gerami
Through an activist lens, Motherland focuses the world’s attention on the 2020 atrocities committed in Armenia's Artsakh Republic, formerly known as Nagorno – Karabakh.
Director: Mila Turajlić
In a documentary diptych, Mila Turajlić examines the birth of the Non-Aligned Movement via an expansive unexplored archive of former Tito cameraman Stevan Labudović.
From Kyiv, Modern Times Review reports from the 2022 Molodist Kyiv International Film Festival.
From IDFA, filmmakers and artists weigh in on old and new technologies in documentary film and their ethical implications.