All posts by Aaron Bruner

Aaron Bruner does his 9¬–5 thing, but cinema and good lit keep him grounded. Aaron likes to keep endless lists of films to watch and stockpiles books to enjoy on those evenings not spent geeking out to auteurs like Fellini, Kubrick, and Wong Kar Wai. He also enjoys kung fu movies, espresso, and living in Portland, OR.
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A World Not Ours Documentary Film Review: A Look Inside Palestinian Refugee Camp Ain al-Hilweh

Regardless of your feelings about Palestine, A World Not Ours is a must watch for those interested in themes of landlessness, family, and what it means to be privileged. Through the narrative lens, we get a glimpse into life inside a semi-permanent Palestinian refugee camp in south Lebanon. It is, of course, neither possible to...Read...
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