How many production companies does it take to make a film about government and police corruption in Egypt? Three. 

German, Swedish, and Danish. 

The thing is, the plot felt remarkably familiar to cases that seem to plague the state of Texas as well. Specifically, academia. Specifically, female faculty members. Or maybe that's just the world I'm familiar with. I wonder if Perry feels like he's in prison, perhaps he's being blackmailed, or perhaps he views it as protective custody. The security chief in the film definitely bore a strong resemblance (at least to my eyes) to the "General" in Quantum of Solace. But she's gone - or at least no longer an administrator. Who else do we need to know about? 

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Congratulations to Ivan Bozicevic whose work "Shaken from a crane's bill" was selected for performance by Random Access Music in Brooklyn in May 2018!

 

Check out the video pages for the Anthology of Turkish Piano Music:

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View one of our featured titles, "Victory March," here. Also, the excerpt of "Aegean Spring" read at the Midwest Clinic Orchestra Reading session is here!

 

 

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