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When Censors Attack: What Really Happened With “A Serbian Film,” “Turin Horse” and “Presumed Guilty”

Source: indieWIRE – By Daniel Loria and Bryce J. Renninger Censorship brought global headlines to three films this week. In Hungary, screenings of native son Béla Tarr’s “The Turin Horse” have been canceled. A Spanish festival director is under attack

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After Censorship Row, What Next in Hungary?

Brussels shows and Budapest appointment overshadowed by government’s hands-on cultural policy Source: The Art Newspaper – By Richard Unwin BRUSSELS. For those working in the Hungarian art scene, it had been hoped that the country’s six-month term at the helm

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Europe Bites Hungary Over Media and Internet Censorship – Content-Bash Provokes Protests

Source: The Register – By Jane Fae Ozimek A rumble of protest is spreading across Europe in reaction to a new media censorship law in Hungary. Yesterday, Europe’s Digital agenda commissioner Neelie Kroes told an Extraordinary meeting of the European

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In the Middle of Europe, a Democracy Introduces Press Censorship

Source: The Raw Story By Daniel Tencer As the world’s attention focuses on WikiLeaks and the debate it has spawned about the extent of press freedom in the information age, one European country has taken a decisive step away from

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