Creative film

Craig’s latest film is Bond Shaken, Not Shaken

Film critic Duration: 2 hours 43 minutes. In theaters October 8 The James Bond movies are so stereotypical that you can usually follow the script, so it’s good to know that after six decades they can still bring in some shock. Barbara Broccoli and her brother Michael G Wilson have been staunch stewards of their father Albert “Cubby” Broccoli’s 007 ...

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Jacqueline Stewart, UChicago Cinema Specialist, Receives MacArthur Fellowship

In its announcement of the Class of 2021 Fellows, the MacArthur Foundation cited Stewart for his work “illuminating the contributions that black filmmakers and viewing communities have made to the development of film as an art form.” “By linking the academic and public domains”, the ad read, “Stewart shines a light on the community dynamic that gives meaning to cinema ...

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‘Candyman’ review: A ragged story of racial trauma that just manages to hit the mark | Arts

Like the razor blades hidden in the candy he hands out, the titular villain of “Candyman” offers a surprisingly crisp story about black suffering. Directed by Nia DaCosta as a sequel to the original cult classic from 1992, and produced and co-written, with DaCosta and Win Rosenfeld, by Jordan Peele –– director of “Get Out” (2017) and “Us” (2019) – ...

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Will Smith compares the emancipation of a new movie to Django Unchained

Will Smith compares his upcoming film Emancipation to Django Unchained and explains how Tarantino’s film didn’t appeal to him thematically. In a new interview, Will Smith compares his new Apple TV + movie Emancipation to the Oscar-winning film by Quentin Tarantino Django Unchained. Directed by Antoine Fuqua, known for his work on Training day, equalizer, and 2016 Magnificent Seven remake, ...

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Missioni turns the creative page; Liberatore real, virtual mix

MILAN – Five days of womenswear presentations dissolved into other online presentations as Milan Fashion Week began to wrap up on Sunday and the fashion crowd prepared to take to Paris. The excitement of the live catwalks, the return of celebrities and the explosion of fashion nights have energized the Italian fashion capital for the first time in 19 months, ...

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Trinidad and Tobago film festival takes a step up

Characteristics News day An hour ago Dominic Davis, left, Jabari Daniel and Tevyn Gill in a scene from the movie Cheesecake airing today. – In addition to the variety of films presented from the Caribbean and its diaspora, the 2021 TT Film Festival (TTFF / 21) will feature over 15 screenings by TT filmmakers in categories such as new media, ...

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Amazon has promised all James Bond films will hit theaters

Longtime James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli says Amazon is committed to releasing future films from the long-running franchise in theaters. According to long-standing James bond producer Barbara Broccoli, Amazon will continue to ensure that future films in the franchise hit theaters. The multinational conglomerate bought MGM Studios in May 2021, which owns the rights to the James Bond franchise with ...

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“Risk is an essential part of the creative process”

Music feeds on collaboration. A new compilation featuring 18 artists performing in various rooms, stairwells, nooks and crannies around the illustrious surroundings of the National Concert Hall takes it to another level. In the Echo: Field Recordings from Earlsfort Terrace was produced and curated by Ross Turner, a Dublin-based musician who has performed with Villagers and Lisa Hannigan. Turner is ...

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New black cinema champion Melvin Van Peebles dies at 89

Melvin Van Peebles, the filmmaker hailed as the godfather of modern black cinema and a pioneer of independent American cinema, died Tuesday at his Manhattan home. He was 89 years old. His death was announced by his son Mario Van Peebles, the actor and director. A Renaissance man whose work spanned books, theater and music, Mr. Van Peebles is best ...

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