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Dana Ziyasheva’s ‘Greatland’ – A Candy-Coated Yet Socially Relevant Movie Review

It was just a few weeks ago when the head-spinning trailer for Dana Ziyasheva’s film, Greatland, was released and the internet lit up with excitement. The whimsical, outlandish colors, black light neon and dailaogue like, “He’s a rabbit! My son is a loving rabbit. And technically, he’s also my brother,” …

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A Conversation With Filmmaker Dana Ziyasheva – What ‘Greatland’ Is Really About

When we think of filmmakers in the movie industry, the first thing that comes to mind are people who have spent their entire lives watching movies. They’re creatives who have imagined telling their own stories, setting up shots and writing lines for tales yet to be told. But there is …

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