Headweb has been invited to talk about the different factors that plays part in a consumer's purchasing decision. The discussion is held tomorrow, June 4th at 9.40 and will be broadcasted live at this link: http://alpha.bambuser.com/node/24708
You can also send questions to the panel from the above website. Headweb will be represented by Peter Alvarsson. Other speakers attending will be Johan Axhamn, Martin J.Thörnkvist and Olle Findahl.
A month ago, we were proud to announce 600 titles available. We are now even happier to have 100 more films to offer, among others:
Some months ago many was seduced by Juno, a pregnant teenager not willing to become a good mother. Well, some other teenagers are more interested in building a family, though they are terribly young. Palindromes by Todd Solondz deals with this issue.
In fact, dysfunctional families are the norm. No need to be an expert in psychiatry to understand that relationships between (step/foster)mothers and children can be destructive. Snow White, Carrie and American Crime are good examples of disorders within a family. Once again, if you are fond of Ellen Page's performance as Juno, don't miss her as the young Sylvia Likens in American Crime. The film is based on a true story, which sure can frighten many.
Reality is indeed richer than fiction. The documentary My Mother Had Fourteen Children by Lars Lennart Forsberg is a portrait of the filmmaker's own mother. It's a touching film about love and betrayal.
Be thankful if you have a nice relation to your mother, and don't worry if you don't! These films show you that you are not alone...
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