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The ‘New’ Juarez

Published on October 4, 2012 by in Columns

Filmmaker Charlie Minn has once again returned to Juarez.  This Friday, his third documentary on the bloodshed in the border city will hit theaters, and it’s worth your attention. On Monday, I had the opportunity to screen “The New Juarez.”  It’s Minn’s second film this year tackling the cartel violence, as the dynamics in Juarez

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A Nation Rises

Published on July 26, 2012 by in Columns

Last week, our country was shaken to its very core by the deadly theater shootings in Aurora, CO.  It was the largest mass-shooting in America’s history, and its effects will be felt for years to come.  Make no mistake—this was not simply an attack on the moviegoers in Theater 9, not just an attack on

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Revisiting Juarez

Published on February 16, 2012 by in Columns

As the Mexican drug war continues to rage in Juarez, filmmaker Charlie Minn has tackled the subject again with his latest documentary, “Murder Capital of the World.”  In his follow-up to last year’s “8 Murders a Day,” Minn revisits Juarez to take a closer look at the latest developments in the violence that has ravaged

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