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“The Cranes are Flying”: Hope Amidst War

By Henri Oo Although the average Snider High school student presumably hasn’t seen many films from Eastern Europe, it is interesting to understand the significance of Mikhail Kalatozov's 1957 contribution to Georgian and Russian cinema. Kalatozov’s “The Cranes are Flying” is regarded as one of most well-known Soviet films outside of the former Soviet

Findley Review: IGOR by Stuart Findley

Tyler, The Creator released his much-anticipated full-length album “IGOR.” IGOR presents us with a much less childish undertone than his early projects, all the while maintaining his independent and unprecedented creativity.

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