Monthly Archives: September 2021

Sign language users get creative despite Covid

With the world in the throes of the COVID pandemic over the past year and a half, most of us have learned to communicate in new ways. Whether it’s participating in digital work chats, ‘going to’ school in virtual classrooms, or chatting with friends and family, many of us have …

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A lesson for Vijay Deverakonda

Promotions play a decisive role in the buzz and anticipation of a film before its release. At the same time, it is really important that the style of the promotions align with the theme of the film. And incidentally, Vijay Deverakonda had to learn it the hard way. Prior to …

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Constantin Film, RTL in Movie Deal – The Hollywood Reporter

German mini-major Constantin Film has signed a multi-year licensing agreement with commercial television giant RTL Deutschland which covers exclusive free television and streaming rights for all of Constantine’s theatrical productions, in German and English. The deal, unveiled Thursday, applies to all of Constantine’s in-house productions and co-productions that start filming …

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Bring less dystopian sci-fi Apple TV +

Apple TV + is targeting the stars with two new sci-fi series and a movie this fall. Trailers for Foundation, Invasion and Bullfinch everything looks amazing. And dark. Descriptions for each of these include either “dystopian” or “apocalypse” or both. Could we get some more upbeat sci-fi from Apple’s streaming …

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Fendi and Del Core lead Milan fashion comeback

MILAN – Italy’s fashion capital is alive again with the noise of shoppers swarming in boutiques and publishers filling socially remote fashion week venues, a sign of a light at the end of the pandemic tunnel. Milan Fashion Week opened on Wednesday with 42 live catwalks and 56 in-person presentations, …

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