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Sergei Eisenstein and Esperanto Posted by on Jul 30, 2015

Sometimes I am amazed to see how little respect Esperanto receives. As recently as last week, I happened to read an article in The New Yorker about the murder of Renaissance philosopher Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, and though the fascinating story had nothing to do with our favorite constructed language, the author (Luke Slattery) threw…

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Esperanto sex trafficking? Posted by on Oct 6, 2011

Today I’m talking with Yan Vizinberg who recently decided to add Esperanto subtitles to his film. Before we get to that though, I’d like to learn more about the movie. What is the main topic of the movie? “Cargo” tells the story of a young Russian woman who is smuggled into America by human traffickers…

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Esperanto Film Festival to attract amateur authors Posted by on Apr 7, 2011

Esperanto culture mostly lives in the world of text. Attempts to professionally produce Esperanto audiovisual and television materials haven’t really had much success so far. Copyright limitations also hinder the production of Esperanto versions of already existing content. However, in principle, modern technology levels the playing field, giving everyone the chance to produce their own…

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