Roland Legiardi-Laura

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Lex Braes by Roland Legiardi-Laura
Lex Braes

One night Lex Braes came to a party in my loft, a bit of boisterous dance music, a dram or two of whisky, and a chance encounter with a fellow Scotsman were enough to send Braes into a rollicking frenzy of delight. 

Lex Braes by Roland Legiardi-Laura
Lex Braes

One night Lex Braes came to a party in my loft, a bit of boisterous dance music, a dram or two of whisky, and a chance encounter with a fellow Scotsman were enough to send Braes into a rollicking frenzy of delight. 

Alastair Gordon by Roland Legiardi-Laura
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For me, though, what is most engaging about Gordon is the way his mind unravels a thought. 

Helena Kriel by Roland Legiardi-Laura
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With smug self-assurance and nervous down-cast self-referential glances, we, enlightened children of the world’s last superpower, tend to talk of the achievements of South Africa as phenomena occurring in spite of itself.

Barbara Kopple by Roland Legiardi-Laura
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Roland Legiardi-Laura invokes documentarian Barbara Kopple’s modesty as they discuss the extreme hardships and tensions involved in making Oscar-winning films such as American Dream and Harlan County, U.S.A.

Roland Legiardi-Laura by Bob Holman
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“Poetry is a part of daily life there. The life of a soldier, a policeman, a pilot, a farmer, a banker.”

Contra-Dictions by Roland Legiardi-Laura

Managua and the South Bronx
are very desirable pieces of

Two Poems by Mauricio Marquina

The Word is All I Need

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