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‘Game Change Game’ set to premiere at Tribeca Film Festival Powerful documentary gives rare look into the lives of NBA players during unprecedented 2020 season

With the coronavirus pandemic, social unrest and crucial elections across the country, this film captures a unique moment in our history Tweet that “This film was born in the wake of the social justice judgment triggered by the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and countless others,” said a veteran entertainment executive Christine Normand, THINK450 content manager and producer of ...

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‘Law Abiding Citizen’ sequel in the works – Deadline

A sequel to the film of more than 130 million dollars Law abiding citizen is happening with the return of producer Lucas Foster and screenwriter Kurt Wimmer, as well as Gerard Butler and his G-Base partner Alan Siegel reprising their roles as producers. VRP The script is kept secret. The first film starred Butler and Jamie Foxx and was directed ...

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‘Spinning Gold’ brings the stories of KISS, Donna Summer to the screen

The story of Casablanca Records has been told by many – in books, articles, and by larger-than-life figures who lived through the salad days of rock and disco music in the mid to late 1970s. Its rise as a successful factory – home to KISS, Donna Summer, the Village People and Parliament Funkadelic – was short, quick and substantial. Founded ...

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Five festivals to enjoy this summer in El Paso and New Mexico

If you love planning your summer, you’ve come to the right place. Here are five festivals to put on your calendar. Some require driving outside of El Paso, so stock up. Sun City Craft Beer Festival After more than a year of waiting, beer lovers in El Paso will be thrilled to have the Sun City Craft Beer Festival return ...

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Every Movie That Didn’t Happen (and Why)

the star wars is one of the highest-grossing film franchises in history and has amassed a legion of fans since its debut in 1977 with A new hope. Created by George Lucas, star wars introduced audiences to a world of characters and conflict in a galaxy far, far away. Since A new hopethere have been 11 films and several star ...

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What you need to know about the 2022 GI Film Festival in San Diego

The San Diego GI Film Festival is back. The annual affair – which highlights films for, by and about veterans – kicks off Tuesday and runs through next Saturday. It aims to preserve military history, bridge divisions between military and civilians, and honor those who have served. After two years of virtual screenings, this year’s event will once again be ...

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VFS Partners with Blackbird Interactive, East Side Games and Timbre Games for $200,000 Indigenous Scholarship in Video Games Fund

The four scholarship recipients will receive full tuition to study at VFS and will also receive mentorship and a paid internship from Blackbird Interactive, East Side Games or Timbre Games. Vancouver, BC –News Direct– Vancouver Film School Announcement Highlights: The fund includes three full-tuition scholarships for the Game Design program at VFS and one full-tuition scholarship for the 3D Animation ...

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The Invisible Queen’ – TBI Vision

BBC One in the UK has revealed a 75-minute special which features never-before-seen private films of the Queen. Elizabeth: The Invisible Queenwhich will debut on the iPlayer streaming service and BBC One on May 29, will tell the true story of her life as a princess through her own eyes and in her own words throughout her reign. Since the ...

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PRODUCTION: Áron Gauder is working on an animated film on Native American creation

BUDAPEST: The production of Áron Gauder Minden a rokonom is nearing completion. “The animation is 95% complete, with five minutes remaining in the 100-minute film. The final phase of the working process, compositing, is halfway through, and we’ll be done by the end of 2022. “said producer Réka Temple to FNE. The film was previously titled As long as the ...

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Nollywood Stars Attend Netflix’s Blood Sisters Premiere

The theme for the premiere was ‘Red and Fugitive’ and Nollywood stars showed up in style to launch the series created by leading Nigerian production company EbonyLife Studios. Blood Sisters features veteran Nollywood stars such as Kate Henshaw, Uche Jombo, Ramsey Nouah, Segun Arinze and Joke Silva. It also stars newcomers Nancy Isime and Ini Dima-Okojie who play friends in ...

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Catalyst launches with female-fronted slate, Highland to Rep Sales – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: The American production company Catalyst Studios is launching a list of female projects that will be picked up for sales by Highland Entertainment Group. Attorney Holly Levow (Detained) teamed up with Mark Pennell (Storm warning) and Paul Kampf (Detained) form Catalyst which will focus on feature films from emerging talent and with diverse storytelling. The company says its mission ...

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Kevin Feige Gets Candid About The MCU’s New LGBTQ Hero

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will continue to bring new faces to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Xochitl Gomez’s America Chavez follows in the footsteps of Hailee Steinfeld’s Kate Bishop and Simu Liu’s Shang-Chi, a teenager with the unique ability to open stargate gates through alternate dimensions. Gomez’s inclusion in the film as America Chavez has been confirmed since ...

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Dallas Cowboys’ Jerry Jones gives creative defense of NFL draft pick

FRISCO, Texas – Jerry Jones held up the color-coded paper and asked, “Can you see that?” The Cowboys, the owner claimed, had rated their new player higher than a pair of widely expected and preferred potential fans in the 24th overall selection of the 2022 NFL Draft. What better way to back up his claim than by showing reporters the ...

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DHS Media Art Students Win Top 2 Awards at NM Film Festival

DEMING — When Liz Gomez and Jesse Kriegel tracked student filmmakers from the Media Arts Club at Deming High School in Espanola, NM, they felt the group had a chance to be recognized for their work at the Film Prize Jr. New Mexico Festival. . The two DHS media/arts professors have a keen eye for talent recognition, as do the ...

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SLICE Short Film Festival is coming to town

RURAL. REDEFINED. “Let me tell you what I wish I had known When I was young and dreamed of glory You have no control Who lives, who dies, who tells your story? Any fan of Broadway’s hit musical “Hamilton” knows these words. As I was watching the Disney Plus version again the other day, these lyrics really hit me. I’ve ...

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Doctor Strange 2 Writer Watched Raimi’s Spider-Man Movies To Prepare

The Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness screenwriter reviewed Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man movies to get a better feel for the director’s style. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness writer Michael Waldron watched Sam Raimi Spider Man trilogy to adhere to the director’s style. After making a name for himself in the 80s and 90s via diabolical death franchise, ...

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Making Cinema Good Again – The East African

By TONY MOCHAMA The film industry in Kenya is neither dead nor thriving. It has been emerging for a long time with touches of creativity, both local and international productions. But most of the time it just rubs shoulders Timothy Owase is a man with a mission and a vision. And he wants action now. As chief executive of the ...

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Project show (outdoor): return of the spring show

There will be many “firsts” this year Cornell Fashion Collective spring parade. The 38th annual event, April 30, starting at 2 p.m., will be CFC’s first in-person spring show since 2019. The event will also be the first time the public can see the collections of the approximately 60 Tier 1 student designers. at 4 CFC. And perhaps the most ...

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Local streaming series gearing up to film in Springfield, Chicopee and West Springfield

SPRINGFIELD — A high-concept streaming series titled “Chronos Mercury” is gearing up to shoot in Springfield, Chicopee and West Springfield. The series is a production of Springfield Mass Studios and Cellar Door Productions, with the first filming date set for April 24. “Chronos Mercury” executive producer Bryan James McFarland explained that the series represents a myriad of talent from local ...

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Apple TV to shoot big-budget remake of iconic sci-fi movie Metropolis in Melbourne

Apple TV is set to shoot a big-budget remake of the iconic sci-fi movie Metropolis in Melbourne – with a plan to inject $400m into the local economy By Monique Friedlander for Daily Mail Australia Published: 9:52 p.m. EDT, April 16, 2022 | Update: 9:52 p.m. EDT, April 16, 2022 Apple TV+ is set to shoot an epic 8-part series ...

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The DC Entertainment overhaul envisioned by new discovery leaders Warner Bros.

The new owners of all things Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman are exploring a DC Entertainment overhaul, multiple sources familiar with the matter have said. Variety. It’s been less than a week since Discovery closed its $43 billion deal for WarnerMedia, joining one of reality TV’s biggest producers with one of entertainment’s most venerable brands under the new moniker. from ...

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Creative masterpiece or real event?

On the 110th anniversary of the world’s most famous shipwreck, it’s time to dive into the chilling ocean of James Cameron’s masterpiece and decipher once and for all what is fact and what is fiction . Get your boards, just in case it’s ballast. File: How accurate is the iconic movie? Did Rose’s heart really go on? Was Jack really ...

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“The enemy is the public”: The Player at 30 by Robert Altman | Robert Altman

OReaching Robert Altman’s The Player nearly 30 years after its release is like buying a ticket for a bus trip through time in Hollywood. There’s Jack Lemmon playing the piano at a party and Martin Mull having lunch on an outdoor patio. Look, John Cusack and Anjelica Huston are sitting together in this restaurant, and isn’t that Cher attending a ...

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Cinema Columbus is launching a new film festival

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — The Columbus Cinema The Film Festival has announced its shortlist of films selected to screen for the festival’s inaugural event in 2022. The list includes 14 feature films, some with post-screening events and shorts. Several genres will be represented with many documentaries alongside dramas, comedies, a thriller and a horror film. One session will be entirely ...

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Exploring the Unknowns – Syracuse.edu

While visiting Syracuse University, Stan Nowak ’99 fondly recalled the last time he was in the stadium for a Rolling Stones concert. This time he was there to present a Mars Helicopter. For students attending a presentation by Stan Nowak ’99, chief brand officer at AeroVironment, Inc., Syracuse University’s stadium became the surface of Mars. Nowak, who earned a degree ...

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United Nations ad plays on unboxing videos to end transphobia in India

The United Nations Program on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) has launched a campaign with creative agency FCB India. He hopes to use the power of creative storytelling to educate wider communities about the rights of transgender children. It is a harsh truth that the issue of marginalization of transgender children, which is universal, in most cases remains hidden for a ...

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Kerala fans show enthusiasm for the movie with actor Yash’s creative fan art

The Sandalwood actor Yash is currently gearing up for the release of his highly anticipated KGF Chapter 2, directed by Prashanth Neel. the KGF Chapter 2 The release date is set for April 14, and the creators recently shared a powerful trailer for the upcoming action movie. Several fans and followers took to social media and expressed their excitement for ...

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VFS Partners with The Coalition, Blackbird Interactive and A Thinking Ape for $150,000 ‘Women in Game Design’ Scholarship Fund

Game developers recognize that 44% of their customers are women and that equity in the gaming workspace should be a priority. The best way to bring about this change is to get more women making games in the industry. The Women in Game Design Fellowship is a collaborative initiative between VFS and Vancouvergame studios based at The Coalition (armament of ...

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Apple’s ‘CODA’ wins historic Best Picture Oscar

March 27, 2022 PRESS RELEASE Apple’s ‘CODA’ wins historic Best Picture Oscar ‘CODA’ Becomes First Film With A Mostly Deaf Cast To Win Best Picture, Star Troy Kotsur Is The First Deaf Male Actor To Win An Oscar, Siân Heder Wins Best Adapted Screenplay, And Apple Becomes The First Service streaming honored with best picture at the Oscars cupertino, california ...

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WHAT IS THE FIRST STEP? Buying underwear sucks… apparently! Not anymore. The guys didn’t care until now…. The first step changed the game Step One – Organically grown and ethically made underwear from bamboo! Our goal is to continue to innovate, while taking care of our planet. WHO ARE YOU? You are a creative Swiss army knife with a passion ...

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Join Level Up Learning’s waiting list to learn from India’s top industry experts

Level Up Learning, a one-of-a-kind online learning and streaming platform, successfully launched its pre-launch on Friday, March 18, 2022. During said pre-launch, they announced that people can now join their list waiting to arrive early to access their courses in skills such as filmmaking, photography, acting, cinematography, music composition and many more. Classes will go live when the waiting list ...

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Atlanta Season 3 Premiere Closes 2022 SXSW Film Festival

SXSW 2022: FX’s Atlanta Cast & Crew Talk Final Season, Bond With Each Other Select Atlanta cast and crew members walked the red carpet on March 18 to premiere the third season of the FX series to close out the 2022 SXSW Film Festival. Viewer discretion is advised due to the use of language. AUSTIN, TX – The third season ...

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‘Power of the Dog’ Cast Defends Film After Sam Elliott Critics

After Sam Elliot made headlines for his controversial comments about the Oscar nominee The power of the dogthe film’s creative team quickly comes to the defense of the project. “I’m sorry, he was a bit of a SLUT”, director Jeanne Campion Recount Variety Saturday March 12. “I’m sorry to say this but he’s not a cowboy, he’s an actor.” Campion, ...

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Gastonia videographer uses his visual skills to bring music to life

Legacy Studio Videographer Corey Bryant is interested in finding ways to bring creative ideas to life through his artistic passion for creating video content. “I love bringing music to life,” Bryant said. “I never planned to fall in love with it.” The 28-year-old from Charleston, South Carolina got the idea to pursue videography after helping his brother create a music ...

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‘The Kashmir Files’ Records Among Assam Audiences, Film’s Music Producer Urges CM To Make It Tax Free

“We had no idea when Vivek discussed the film with us. We had no idea how to approach the project. A false note would change the whole course of the film. After going through the film five or six times, my composer and I realized that we had to set the reactions rather than the actions to music. It is ...

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The Molodist Kyiv Film Festival calls on the Fests to boycott Russian cinema

The Kyiv-based Molodist International Film Festival has written an open letter to the film community calling on other festivals to join the boycott of Russian films in response to the invasion of Ukraine by Russian military forces. The festival’s statement cites an ongoing effort by modern Russia to “separate culture from politics” and “[use] this same culture to distract the ...

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Free Guy’s Shawn Levy To Direct Deadpool 3

Shawn Levy and Ryan ReynoldsPhoto: Monica Schipper/Getty Images for Netflix The feast of love currently taking place between free guy and The Adam Project director Shawn Levy and star Ryan Reynolds hit another milestone today, as THR reports that Levy has been asked to step in as director on the next Marvel-produced film Dead Pool 3. the dead Pool movies ...

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Young people with caring experience speak their truth through short films at Easter – Mansfield District Council

Imagine a world where you aren’t judged by anyone within seconds of meeting you. Where someone takes the time to listen to you, your experience and how it shaped who you are today. Where you can speak your truth, and that truth drives the change you believe needs to happen in the world. Speak your truth: Foster Care is coming ...

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Amazon is going Nollywood – and its studio deals could shake up one of the world’s most prolific movie hubs

Over the past few months, the US giant has signed exclusive streaming deals with Inkblot Productions and Anthill Studios – which indicate the deals will fundamentally change the way they operate. Chinaza Onuzo, co-founder of Inkblot Productions, the studio behind domestic hits “The Wedding Party” and “Up North,” told CNN Business that the company has signed a three-year licensing agreement ...

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Hays film crew to produce ‘Meet Pete’ documentary Felten

“/>Hays artist Pete Felten sculpted a bison on Thursday in his studio. Photo by Cristina Janney/Hays Post By Cristina JanneyPost Hays A film crew was in Hays this week to work on a documentary about artist Pete Felten. Blake Chaffin, a Hays native and country music songwriter, organized the documentary effort. Five years ago, Chaffin bought his first Felten sculpture. ...

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‘With/In’, filmed during the early days of the pandemic, premieres in New York

In a Tribeca loft in New York on Sunday night, many of the cast and producers of the new movie “With/In” met for the first time. Indeed, “With/In”, produced by Trudie Styler and Céline Rattray of Maven Productions, is an anthology of short films created during the first months of the pandemic. In 2020, as the world came to a ...

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Copenhagen Documentary Film Festival unveils conference program

Copenhagen International Airport. The Documentary Film Festival (CPH:DOX), which runs from March 23 to April 3, has unveiled its conference program. Participating filmmakers include Sara Dosa (“Fire of Love”), Daniel Roher (“Navalny”) and Renzo Martens (“The White Cube”), and indigenous Brazilian cinematographer Tangãi Uru-eu-wau-wau ( “The Territory). The conference program, known as CPH:CONFERENCE, is presented in partnership with the Documentary ...

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Love, Legacy, and Creative Power: “The History of Marvel Comics: Black Panther” Podcast

ON SHURI AS THE BLACK PANTHER: REGINALD HUDLIN: It’s very easy, especially when you start talking about royalty and stuff like that… It’s like, “Well, it’s sexist and only men can take the title, or take the crown, or anything.” And I was like no we don’t really work that way. And obviously in Africa there is Queen Nzinga, you ...

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‘Summer of Soul’ picks up on a concert documentary tradition

In the mid-2010s, popular music films dominated the Best Documentary Feature category at the Oscars. “Searching for Sugar Man,” “Twenty Feet From Stardom,” and “Amy” all won the award. It was an unexpected boom: in previous decades, non-classical music documentaries had only received sparse nominations. All of these winning films were biographies or chronicles of a scene or community. This ...

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Arkansas Arts Council’s Living Treasure Grants, Awards and Honors Support the Creative Economy

Hot Springs artist Kara M. Gunter creates in a variety of media including fabric, glass, ceramic and installation. Earlier this month, she bought a wet belt sander, which will make glass work easier, she says. Gunter, who moved to Hot Springs from South Carolina in 2018 and is program and studio manager at Emergent Arts, used part of a $4,000 ...

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Peter Dinklage Cyrano’s ‘anti-musical musical’ – and the other movies and TV shows to watch this week | Ents & Arts News

Welcome to our guide to what’s new and what’s new to watch in the world of TV and film. Featuring our biggest celebrity interviews of the week, our In the wings The entertainment review also includes details on other new and noteworthy works coming to your screens. Cyrano – now in theaters Picture: Cyrano de Bergerac’s tale has been adapted ...

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The Foo Fighters star in a pleasantly silly horror parody Studio 666 | the islander

Studio 666 (R, 107 mins) 3 stars One of the (many) running gags of the big movie It’s Spinal Tap talks about the expendability and stubbornness of drummers. The group goes through more than a handful in the fun fictional documentary. Busting this hilarious urban myth invented about drummers is Dave Grohl, former drummer of a small band called Nirvana ...

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High School Student Directs New ‘HANFORD’ Feature To Be Distributed On Amazon Prime

With the help of his filmmaker mother and nuclear engineer father, Augustin Dulauroy made a successful directorial debut on his feature film “HANFORD” while attending school full-time. Dulauroy is 17 and a senior at Hanford High School. “Sometimes I work there until 11 p.m. or midnight and it’s as if it’s going to be quite hard to wake up tomorrow,” ...

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Lacey Chabert Talks Big New Hallmark Deal

Hallmark star Lacey Chabert feels “deeply grateful” as she signs a new multi-picture deal with Crown Media Family Networks. the mean girls The star took to Instagram on Monday to share her excitement about her ongoing relationship with Hallmark Channel’s parent company. “Making these movies with @hallmarkchannel has brought such joy to my life,” she wrote. “I am deeply grateful ...

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Nuclear submarine game wins Sam Heughan’s first creative competition for students

A play about three officers on a nuclear submarine has won a new award created by Outlander star Sam Heughan for students at his former acting school. Write Start: The Sam Heughan Creative Commission was conceived as an annual award to inspire collaboration in music, theatre, dance, production, film and education at the Royal Conservatory of Scotland ( RCS), which ...

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The production of “A Fiddler on the Roof” at UM is the first of its kind

The University Musical Society at the University of Michigan will present a world premiere this weekend with a concert of “Fiddler on the Roof”. It features John Williams’ orchestral arrangement of the music from the 1971 film, which is performed live for the first time. Broadway performers Chuck Cooper and Loretta Ables Sayre perform alongside UM musical theater students in ...

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Censorship row as Indian army blocks movie about gay soldier

New Delhi (AFP) – Critically acclaimed Indian filmmaker Onir wanted to direct a film inspired by a gay army major who resigned and was released in a publicity fire – but despite the country’s democratic status, the army stopped making him. Since coming to power eight years ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist government has repeatedly been accused of ...

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Roll Out the Red Carpet: LDS Film Festival Set for 2022 with New Vision and Leadership

OREM, Utah (ABC4) — If you’re a fan of movie star Jason Momoa’s deep, somewhat raspy voice, you’re in luck. The actor, best known for his starring role as Aquaman, will lend his talents and passion for the ocean as the narrator of boatmana documentary that follows the life and legacy of legendary surfing icon Duke Kahanamoku. “The producers made ...

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Ivan Reitman dies at 75

The comedy director died peacefully in his sleep, his family said. Ivan Reitman, the legendary comedy director behind “Ghostbusters,” “Stripes,” “Meatballs” and “Twins,” has died at the age of 75, his family told The Associated Press. Reitman was born in Czechoslovakia on October 27, 1946. His family moved to Canada when he was four years old. He became interested in ...

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Marvel’s ‘Moon Knight’ Is Loud and Brutal, Says Kevin Feige

“There’s a shift in tone,” the Marvel president said of the Disney+ series. “It’s a different thing. It’s Moon Knight.” Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP One of the most intriguing titles in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s litany of upcoming projects is “Moon Knight.” Even comic book buffs may scratch their heads at the little-known character, a former Marine ...

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Cresco Labs Announces Social Justice Documentary Premiere at Santa Barbara International Film Festival and South by Southwest

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cresco Laboratories (CSE:CL) (OTCQX:CRLBF) (“Cresco Labs” or “the Company”), a vertically integrated multi-state operator and America’s leading wholesaler of branded cannabis products, today announced the short documentary film awarded at the Clio Awards, “Michael Thompson’s Sentence”will have its world premiere on March 9 at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival (“SBIFF”) and will screen March 13-17 at the South ...

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Faculty Documentary on Childhood Trauma Caused by Acclaimed Racism | SIU

SIU MEDIA SERVICES Students at Southern Illinois University Carbondale have the opportunity to learn – and interact daily – with internationally renowned faculty who are not only gifted instructors, but also talented performers such as Pirooz Kalayh. An assistant professor of scriptwriting and film production at the School of Media Arts who arrived last August, Kalayeh receives accolades for his ...

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Bill aims to strengthen filming incentives in Washington

Mas, who directed the series Nation-Zsaid Washington’s relatively limited incentive budget makes filming in the state much more difficult. “The amount of money being offered as part of the incentive and the speed at which it is happening is making it difficult for us to be competitive,” Mas said. Mas began working in Washington nearly 25 years ago, drawn to ...

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SXSW Is Preparing In-Person Film Festival With ‘Atlanta’, ‘Lost City’

NEW YORK (AP) — After the pandemic forced the South by Southwest Film Festival to go virtual for the past two years, the festival in Austin, Texas, is planning a largely in-person event in March that will feature premieres of the third season of Donald Glover’s “Atlanta,” the last of Richard Linklater and Sandra Bullock- Channing Tatum’s comedy “The Lost ...

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Bas Van Der Ree elected President of the Association of Film Commissioners International – Deadline

Bas van der Ree has been elected president of the Association of Film Commissioners International, becoming the first European to chair the organization in more than a decade. Van der Ree, who has served as Dutch film commissioner since 2014, when the national film production incentive was launched, was previously the first vice-president of the AFCI. He will lead what ...

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BBC points to its role at the heart of British culture in new ad

When Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries took to Twitter last month to announce that the current BBC licensing fee deal “will be the last” and that “the days when older people were threatened with jail sentences and bailiffs knocking on doors was over,” one of many public responses was the sharing of an advertisement from the mid-1980s. Demonstrating that current debates ...

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UH grad shortlisted for Netflix, Tribeca, and Gold House Directors Fellowship

Erin Lau (Photo credit: Antonio Agosto) A national scholarship program to help lead the pool of Asian and Pacific Islander talent in the film industry will feature a university of Hawaii to the former student of Mānoa. Erin Lau2014 graduate of the Creative Media Academy (MCA), is one of the three directors selected for the first Future Golden Film Scholarshiphosted ...

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Job Opportunity: Assistant – Creative Synchro | News | Domino

Domino Publishing Company is a new (2006) publishing company that shares ownership and offices with the highly respected Domino Recording Company. We are currently the global publisher or administrator of a diverse list of writers and editors (list available on our website). We are a fast growing company, and this is a great opportunity for someone who has great organizational ...

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Why We Don’t Want James Corden in ‘Wicked’ Movie | Arts

On November 4, director Jon M. Chu announced that Cynthia Erivo and Ariana Grande had been cast in the upcoming film adaptation of the Broadway musical “Wicked.” Erivo and Grande were cast in the lead roles of Elphaba and Glinda, respectively. The casting announcement drew both praise and criticism from fans. “Wicked,” which tells the story of the Wicked Witch ...

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Why Sony Pictures Is Stuck On Rebooting Marvel’s Spider-Man Forever And Ever… : Planet Money : NPR

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA – JULY 02: South Koreans wear Spider-Man clothes during Seoul premiere of ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ at Yeongdeunpo Times Square on July 2, 2017 in Seoul, South Korea. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images) Chung Sung Jun/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Chung Sung Jun/Getty Images SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA – JULY 02: South Koreans wear Spider-Man clothes during Seoul premiere ...

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Parallel Mothers review – Almodóvar delivers a bundle of emotional joy | Movies

NOTnot parallel in fact: that would mean that they do not touch each other. Here we have convergent mothers; crossed mothers whose lives come together with a spark that ignites this moving melodrama, which boldly draws a line between love, sex, the passionate courage of single mothers, the sense of Doña Rosita the spinster of Lorca and the unhealed wound ...

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Albuquerque ranked #1 to live and work for filmmakers

MODELING SCRIPTS AND STORYBOARD TO PROFESSIONALS. AND ALBUQUERQUE IS THE BEST A BIG CITY FOR FILM, OF COURSE, MOVIE MAKER MAGAZINE AND GAVE THEM THIS TITLE FOR THE FOURTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR ALBUQUERQUE IN THE BEST PLACE TO LIVE. Albuquerque ranked #1 to live and work for filmmakers Updated: 4:40 p.m. MST Jan 25, 2022 Albuquerque was named the best big ...

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editor Todd Chandler on I didn’t see you there |

Always from I didn’t see you there (Photo: Reid Davenport) When a circus tent appeared outside the window of visibly disabled filmmaker Reid Davenport, he began to contemplate the history of the “freak show” and its relationship to his own aesthetic. This survey formed the backbone of I didn’t see you there, for which Davenport captured footage from his wheelchair ...

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Amy Poehler’s Sundance Documentary on Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz – The Hollywood Reporter

Among the rich selection of still images and sequences in the unexpected affective Lucy and Desi, there’s an image that might strike you with its resemblance to the film’s director, Amy Poehler. The photo captures Lucille Ball, in one of her best outfits, beaming for the camera: a beautiful, wide-eyed clown. More than 70 years later i love lucy transformed ...

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New Transformers Animated Movie Release Date Set For 2024

It may be another sad day with announcements of more films being pushed back due to the pandemic, this time all from Paramount Pictures, but there was a silver lining to all of today’s depressing news. Although we’re going to have to wait longer for films like Impossible mission sequels or Quiet place spin-off, Paramount has announced that there is ...

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Editor Luis Alvarez y Alvarez on La Guerra Civil |

Oscar de la Hoya and Julio César Chávez in Civil war by Eva Longoria Baston. Julio César Chávez and Oscar de la Hoya were once two of boxing’s biggest names, and their 1996 bout dubbed “Ultimate Glory” was a flashpoint for the rift between Mexican Americans and Mexican nationals. . Combining archival footage with interviews with the boxers themselves, The ...

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The ‘Billy Elliot Effect’ continues to put people in the North East out of creative careers four decades later

A so-called ‘Billy Elliot’ effect where careers in the creative industries are ‘seen as a form of failure’ remains a barrier to growing culture in the North, according to a new report. The ‘Cas for Culture’ report released today by Northern MPs, cultural leaders and metro mayors says the region’s culture must be included – not ignored – in the ...

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Elliot Page Joins ‘Clever’ Film About Trans Youth: ‘Unlike Anything I’ve Seen’

Elliot Page attends the Met Gala Celebrating In America: A Lexicon Of Fashion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Sept. 13, 2021. (Getty/Theo Wargo) Elliot Page has signed on as executive producer for a documentary about trans lives in Italy, set to premiere next month. Page described the film as “a meditation on trans humanity”, and said he had ...

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‘Anything Goes’ hits US theaters this spring

NEW YORK (AP) — If you can’t make it to New York to see Sutton Foster on Broadway in the classic musical “The Music Man,” don’t worry. You can still see her in your local theater in another classic musical. A film recording of the two-time Tony Award-winner leading the London cast of Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes” hits more than ...

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Packers Film Room: A Brief Look At The Offenses Of The Packers’ Four Possible Divisional Round Opponents

This weekend is a wild card weekend and with the Packers being the only team with a bye week in the NFC, today we’re going to take a quick look at the offenses of their four potential opponents. They will face the lowest-ranked winner of the wild card weekend, which could be the Rams, Cardinals, 49ers or Eagles. They have ...

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Berlin International Film Festival to be held in person despite rising COVID cases

The Berlin International Film Festival will take place in person next month despite the increase in the number of viruses in Germany. The rising number of cases, especially in the capital Berlin, has raised some concerns, but organizers want the festival to “send a signal” to the creative industries. “We are aware of the challenges posed by the unpredictable evolution ...

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INTRIGUING ARTIST FILMS, THE RISE OF ART INFLUENCER AND AN NFT SHOWCASE AT SEA FOCUS 2022

Centered on the theme of chance… constellations, contemporary Asian art goes beyond the limits of the gallery during the flagship event of Singapore Art Week. SINGAPORE, January 12, 2022 / PRNewswire / – SEA Focus 2022, South East Asia contemporary art platform, explores exciting new frontiers in its fourth edition from January 15 to 23 January 2022. Discover the best ...

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Mario Cristobal finished his race as Oregon Ducks Head football coach with a 35-14 record, including a 23-9 end in the Pac-12. Under Cristobal, the Ducks were 2-2 in bowl games, including the 2017 Las Vegas Bowl. This series titled “Cristobal Film Review …” will cover one major win and one loss in each season Coach Cristobal was in charge ...

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Actors fired because they weren’t good for the role

1. Ashton Kutcher was supposed to play Drew in Elizabethtown. Allen Berezovsky / FilmMagic via Getty Images, Paramount / courtesy Everett Collection Director Cameron Crowe had always wanted Orlando Bloom, who wasn’t available at first. Kutcher said he “wasn’t disciplined enough as an actor” during rehearsals, and as soon as Bloom became available, Kutcher and Crowe came to a “mutual ...

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Production company AGBO secures $ 400 million investment to expand into gaming and ‘interactive experiences’

Joe and Anthony Russo from AGBO. Video games, film and television have been linked since the days of the original Super Mario Bros. movie. 1990s and 25-year-old Pok̩mon cartoon series and theatrical releases, to name just two. But as games have become more technologically advanced and storytelling sophisticated Рand movie franchises have become increasingly bankable in an uncertain time ...

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John W. Engeman Theater presents ROCK OF AGES

The John W. Engeman Theater announces the cast and creative crew of ROCK OF AGES. Performances will begin on Thursday January 27, 2022 and end on Sunday March 13, 2022. Please note that this is a change from the originally scheduled opening date of January 13, 2022. The five-time Tony Award-nominated Broadway musical hit ROCK OF AGES tells the story ...

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After some exciting additions to the cast, Christopher Nolan’s next feature film, Oppenheimer, is shaping up to be a big contender for the awards season. Now, new plot and character details have reportedly been revealed. Nolan’s highly anticipated film will center on theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, who will be played by longtime Nolan collaborator Cillian Murphy, and his involvement ...

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Wollongong’s new creative collective 130 Art Studios has a makerspace full of tolls | Illawarra Mercury

news, latest news, A former pole dance school in the heart of Wollongong has adopted a new identity as a creative hub, in the hope that “art can infiltrate the streets,” according to its founders. Tucked away in an alleyway on Keira Street, 130 Art Studios is an exhibition and educational space, it houses a number of spaces for professional ...

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Don’t look up: it’s okay to hate it

Iin another life, Do not seek could have really taken the world by storm. Film critics and moviegoers have spent years mourning the death of studio comedy. Here’s a movie that served both – a starring vehicle for Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, and Meryl Streep that addressed what may be today’s most pressing problem: the global climate crisis. Do not ...

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Resurrections’ is the anti-sequel meta that stands out from its predecessors – The Seahawk

“The Matrix: Resurrections” is the latest entry in the “The Matrix” franchise since the last two films released in 2003. The original 1999 film is hailed as one of the greatest science fiction films ever to be made. The revival features returning cast and crews including Keanu Reeves and director / writer Lana Wachowski, as well as new additions, such ...

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Good measure – COOL HUNTING®

In 2021, a year marked by the pandemic, the U.S. Capitol uprising, violations of reproductive and educational rights, increasing climate injustices, deepening systemic inequalities and more, the fight for justice. social and political was particularly imperative. Through it all, we’ve paid attention to the artists and communities who champion progress and give back in one way or another, supporting or ...

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Jean-Marc Vallée is deceased; Dallas Buyers Club, Big Little Lies, and Sharp Objects Director was 58 – deadline

Jean-Marc Vallée died suddenly at the age of 58. The Canadian writer, director, editor and producer has won Emmy Awards and a DGA Award for Big little lies, and was nominated for an Oscar for directing Dallas Buyers Club, the Oscar-winning film for Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto. I am still gathering details, but I can disclose that he passed ...

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Color correction and color grading are essential phases of post-production. But how are they different? We will give you the recap. For many DIY filmmakers, the coloring of footage doesn’t really go beyond the realm of increasing contrast or saturation when needed. A professional coloring workflow, however, is actually a much more complicated and multi-faceted affair. Few things in this ...

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Matrix Resurrections’ incredible John Wick cameo explained

The Incredible John Wick cameo from Matrix Resurrections features franchise director Chad Stahelski as an actor for the film Matrix resurrections includes an incredible John wick cameo that probably would have stuck out most viewers’ heads, but it’s quite perfect. In the fourth suite of The matrix franchise, there is a heavy reliance on the meta aspects of the film ...

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Warner Bros. puts “Matrix” tweets at the center of the DOOH global campaign

Dive brief: Warner Bros., in partnership with Dive Networks and Twitter, features tweets from fans of the “Matrix” franchise on digital billboards in the United States, Mexico and Japan, according to an emailed press release at Marketing Dive. With the premiere of “The Matrix Resurrections” on December 22, each city that is a part of the effort sees a different ...

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The Iron River brothers collaborate on a new film

DOOR COUNTY, Wisc. (WJMN) – Iron River natives Anders and Davin Lindwall recently completed their feature debut titled “God Loves the Green Bay Packers”. “It’s really a family, kind of a comedy drama about an old farmer,” said writer / director Anders Lindwall. “It’s technically happening in Wisconsin, in northern Wisconsin. But it’s the story of an old farmer and ...

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Succession Season 3 Cinematography – Newsshooter

In the latest Go Creative Show podcast, Succession Season 3 cinematographers Christopher Norr and Patrick Capone talk about the multi-camera pocket style and natural lighting of the show. Christopher, Patrick and Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli explain why they shoot close-ups first, showing vulnerability through cinematography, working as co-directors of photography, and so much more. Above you can listen ...

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Now on Hulu, Cryptozoo is probably the strangest movie you’ll see in 2021. Filmmaker Dash Shaw’s animated fantasy is whimsical and disturbing, and all points in between, a baffling, yet beautiful, display of visual art. Now let’s see if it’s not just about his own shameless eccentricity. CRYPTOZOO: STREAM IT OR SKIP IT? The essential: The constellations sparkle among dark ...

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How the story is made relevant in ‘The Lady of Heaven’ | Promotion

Finding innovative ways to portray religious figures of the Muslim faith, having the Covid-19 post-production rug removed, and involving an Oscar winner as a creative consultant were all in the work of ‘a film for London-based creator producers Abdul-Malik Shlibak and Hussein Ashmere of their historic drama The Lady of Heaven. In an interview with Screen, the duo spoke about ...

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Shailendra Singh directs Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones in Unplugged in Mumbai

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UK Screen Tax Breaks Generated £ 3.6 Billion In Revenue In 2019, BFI Report Says | News

UK screen sector tax breaks generated £ 3.6bn in revenue for UK government coffers in 2019, the most recent year for which figures are available, according to the Screen report Business 2021, commissioned by the British Film Institute (BFI) and released today (December 13). The 2019 numbers represent a significant 27% increase from 2017 and include the year in which ...

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Moonwhite Films International Film Festival

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Art, fashion and perfume aside, France can be credited with introducing the world to its sacred cuisine, especially the delicious French cheeses, which are sought after by all cheese lovers worthy of their rennet. By extension, this reverence for French cheese has given us the cheesemaker François Robin, who has been hailed as One of the Best Craftsmen of France, ...

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Soumik Datta’s animated musical film “Songs of the Earth” is all about climate change – The New Indian Express

Express news service NEW DELHI: Before the pandemic, multidisciplinary artist Soumik Datta released Jangal, an album in response to deforestation. This led him to Earth Day Network, a global organization that raises awareness about climate change. They made Soumik an ambassador and he started a deeper journey into environmental campaigns. At one point during the lockdown, Soumik wrote a short ...

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Women in Film and Television Winners; Sundance London Dates – Deadline

Glenda Jackson, Charlotte Moore and Michaela Coel among WFTV winners Glenda Jackson, Wunmi Mosaku, Stacey Dooley, Emily Maitlis, Michaela Coel and Charlotte Moore were among the winners of the 30e Women in Movie and TV (UK) Awards, which took place in London on Friday. British veteran Jackson was honored with the EON Productions Lifetime Achievement Award, accepted on his behalf ...

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In Spider-Verse 2 title revealed

As production continues on Sony’s second film Into the Spider-Verse franchise, the studio visited the CCXP in Sao Paulo on Saturday afternoon to reveal the official title of the upcoming sequel. Now Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2 is called Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse. The vast majority of the cast from the first film are expected to return to the follow-up, ...

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Noble Story Co. Development of “The Heart Mender”; Gravitas, Freestyle Acquisitions – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Noble Story Co. obtained the rights to New York Times bestselling author Andy Andrews’ The heart repairer, with plans to develop it for theaters. The historical fictional novel tells the story of Helen Mason, a young woman unable to let go of her resentment towards the Nazi war machine that claimed her husband’s life. In the summer of 1942, ...

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Kenny G is often a punchline. But a new documentary is listening more closely.

Kenny G has conquered American popular music, like it or not. Soprano saxophone melodist, born Kenneth Gorelick, rose to national fame in the 1980s with “smooth jazz” ballads like “Songbird” and “Silhouette”. He remains the best-selling instrumentalist of the modern era, adored by fans from his native Seattle to China, where his easy-to-listen track “Going Home” is ubiquitous. But over ...

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Since the ’90s, Pixar has changed the look of animated films, creating some of the most original stories and many of the most beloved characters. As a major industry tour de force, Pixar wowed audiences with one stellar film after another. However, not all movies have stood the test of time. RELATED: 5 Pixar Movies That Aged Well (& 5 ...

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Peter Landesman to direct ‘The Recount’ for KadinCreative & Motor Content – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Concussion filmmaker Peter Landesman to adapt and direct Scout Comics comic book series Counting in a feature film for Motor Content by Don Handfield and KadinCreative by Jonathan Kadin. Nick Jones Jr. will co-write with Landesman. The fictional political thriller, written by US Army veteran Jonathan Hedrick, was released by Scout Comics in November of last year and takes ...

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Why the conspiracy took almost 20 years to make

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7 players vying for STB’s global creative and media account, incumbent TBWA bows out

The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has seven agencies vying for its global creative and media accounts. The competing agencies are BBDO Singapore, BBH Communications, BLKJ Havas, GroupM Singapore, Havas Media APAC, VMLY & R and the incumbent Zenith. Meanwhile, TBWA , STB’s historic agency for integrated creative, digital and production services since 2016, has not argued for the account. The ...

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In Saw, Jigsaw’s apprentice Amanda Young created impossible to beat and survive traps for her victims, but why did she do this? Amanda Young (Shawnee Smith) is brought in by Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) as an apprentice in the Seen movies and is known to set traps impossible to beat, but why is she doing this? Amanda is not the first ...

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