Cambodia: Film about Khmer Rouge regime’s music censorship

20 April 2015

After a decade of research, the American filmmaker John Pirozzi is telling the story of music censorship in Cambodia in the 1960s and 1970s in the film ‘Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll’, which opens at Film Forum in New York, USA, on 22 April 2015. “Through …

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26 March 2015

A list of films and documentaries relating to music and music censorship Last updated on 26 March 2015     Please note that only few of the film titles listed below are about ‘music censorship’ as the only topic. In numerous cases, coverage and story telling about music censorship and …

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Syria: Documentary film about Syrian songwriter

25 March 2015

The 30-minute documentary ‘Morning fears, Night Chants’ from 2012 about a young Syrian songwriter touches upon a number of artsfreedom issues, such as the important role of artists during the Arabic revolutions, the threats and challenges they face and especially the extra challenges and censorship women artists face from family, …

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Musicians on censorship

26 January 2015

Musicians on censorship Most recent video interviews Newest on top About music censorship – three-minute video with short interview excerpts and music clips 26 January 2015.» Read more   Didier Awadi – musician from Senegal 1 October 2013.» Read article   Khaled Harara – musician from Palestine 16 September 2013.» …

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Egypt: Censorship report launched in jam-packed Cairo theatre

2 June 2014

Already hours before the launch of the Freemuse/AFTE study ‘Censors of Creativity’ on 21 May 2014, dozens of young Ramy Essam supporters started gathering outside the entrance of the Townhouse/Rawabet Theatre in downtown Cairo. The famous ‘singer of the revolution’ was one of the artists who performed at the launch. …

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