Human Rights Watch Film Festival, Boards of Canada’s ‘Music Has the Right to Children,’ Women in Art, The Public's 'The Comedy of Errors'

Today kicks off the annual Human Rights Watch Film Festival! We get a festival preview from festival director John Biaggi, and then we deep dive into the film kicking off the Festival with director Steffi Niederzoll. She'll discuss her documentary "Seven Winters in Tehran," about capital punishment against women in Iran. The festival runs through June 11th. In 1998, the electronic music duo Boards Of Canada released their breakout album, Music Has the Right to Children. Twenty-five years later,...

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