The Question Photo by Hari Bhagirath (National Geographic) | Passivity is the same as defending injustice. Despite measures taken by the Government of India, the number of children born and raised in the streets are on a steady rise. Most of them are denied education and are forced to beg or work at an early age. Most of them are subjected to violence and sexual assaults even before their early teenage.
The Hollywood Reporter: "Tom Hiddleston is officially Britain's best-loved actor after winning top honors at the British National Film Awards Thursday night. The honors, voted on by the British film- and TV-viewing public, are a sort-of people's-choice version of the better-known BAFTAs." Link: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/tom-hiddleston-wins-best-actor-879845
Immigration Through Ellis Island - Award Winning Documentary Video Film - From 1892-1954, Ellis Island was the port of entry for millions of European immigrants. Fascinating archival footage tells the moving story of families with dreams of opportunity, leaving their homes with what they could carry.
Smita Patil (17 October 1955—13 December 1986) was an Indian actress of film, television and theatre. Regarded among the finest stage and film actresses of her times, Patil appeared in over 75 Hindi and Marathi films in a career that spanned just over a decade. During her career, she received two National Film Awards and a Filmfare Award. She was the recipient of the Padma Shri, India’s fourth-highest civilian honour in 1985.
Ray Mala (December 27, 1906 – September 23, 1952) was the first Native American movie star and the most prolific film star Alaska has thus far produced. Mala was recently named a "Top Ten Alaskan" by TIME Magazine. He starred in MGM's Academy Award-winning Eskimo/Mala The Magnificent, directed by Woody Van Dyke.