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Amateur cell phone video from the protests in Tehran, June 14.
Bosnian television aired Ratko Mladić’s seized home movies on Wednesday night. The videos show Mladić, the former commander of the Bosnian Serb Army being charged with war crimes, leading a normal life in the midst of more than a decade of hiding. The NY Times story, including links to the videos, is here.
Kathy Lundstrom grew up on home videos taken by her father, Henry Ekberg. “Once a year when we were kids, my father would get out the projector and we would watch all the fun we had as a family. The viewing also included my father’s footage of destruction from the Worcester Tornado,” said Kathy.
On the afternoon of June 9, 1953, Henry Ekberg left his job at the Norton Company early–a move that saved his life. Many others at the Norton Company perished in the events that soon unfolded that fateful day.
Cineplots is a web portal for amateur filmmakers that provides resources as well as links to amateur films, including Action-Adventure, Comedy, Documentary, Horror, Music, Mystery, Romance, Sci-Fi and tutorials.