Author: Hollie Miller

Hollie Miller is a copywriter by trade, graduating in 2006 with an Honors BA Degree in Media Theory with Production. She has a love for cinema and has aimed throughout her studies and since to experience new forms of film and film-making. With a sound theoretical knowledge writing reviews and articles she has also turned her hand briefly to filming. Working in a technical capacity she has created two short films one of which won recognition at her University Showcase as ‘best video’ judged by a select panel from BAFTA Scotland. She has recently found a new passion in stop-motion animation admiring in particular the work of Ray Harryhausen and Jan Švankmajer. Copywriting on a freelance basis, Hollie enjoys writing articles about film theory as well as travel.

Cinema Without Borders BLOGS – Hollie Miller – Following up to the latest post highlighting the plight of young Azharuddin Mohammed Ismail, now homeless after his shanty town was demolished by Indian officials, his 9 year old co-star Rubina Ali, who played the young Latika is in the same situation.This time , it has been reported the government demolition team used force to remove residents of the slum village. Rubina’s father Rafiq Qureshi was allegedly beaten with bamboo sticks and needed hospital treatment. This situation is a rough injustice for any human being, and yet these children quite cruelly got…

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