Monthly Archives: January 2022

“Hell Hath No Fury” as a World War II ambush; exclusive interview with director Jesse V. Johnson

Hell has no fury attach. Hell has no fury comes at you like a freight train with action, mystery, intrigue and realistic portrayals of those who lived through World War II. Jesse V. Johnson’s direction is sharp, crisp and focused, making for an interesting adventure to pursue with him in …

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Cardboard could be a game-changer as the film and TV industry seeks to clean house | UK News

A visit to Greater Manchester film studio The Vectar Project is an eye-opening experience. But as is so often the case in the film and television business, all is not as it might seem at first glance, even to the industry insider. The movie sets on display here play a …

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The film festival broadens its horizons with European cinema

A film festival this week gives Pittsburghers a taste of cinema across the pond, bringing a selection of European films to the Harris Theater. The Downtown Theater hosts EU Film Festival from January 28 to February 3. In-person screenings are available for $11 per ticket, with discounts available for students …

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Jacob Elordi thinks Nate and Cassie is like ‘romance movie’ while Nate and Maddy is ‘like drama’

January 9, season 2 of Euphoria premiered on HBO. The new season of Euphoria set up a love triangle between Nate Jacobs (Jacob Elordi), Cassie Howard (Sydney Sweeney) and Maddy Perez (Alexa Demie). During an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Elordi explained the difference between Nate’s relationship with Cassie and Maddy. …

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Rachel Stevens Dated Actor’s 12-Year-Old Husband – Romance Revealed

January 30, 2022 – 4:52 p.m. GMT Rachel Avery Dancing on Ice star Rachel Stevens married husband Alex Bourne in 2009 – here’s everything you need to know. ice dancing competitor Rachel Stevens dramatically pulled from the show temporarily last week due to a nasty wrist injury and we’re sure …

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Waiting for Putin: Russia’s Fake War Unfolds Like Surreal Theater | Simon Tisdall

OWaiting for Russia to invade Ukraine is like Waiting for Godot. In this bold reworking of Samuel Beckett’s masterpiece, Russian leader Vladimir Putin is aptly cast as restless Vladimir while US President Joe Biden is dozing bowler-hatted Estragon. frequently. The central conceit of the play is that the mysterious Godot, …

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John Grindrod: Hail to those special groundhogs and their fleeting fame

Every year, I have to laugh as February 2 approaches, because that’s when a rodent seen as a pest by most for the rest of the 364 calendar days becomes significant. Yes, indeed, the animal that also received modicum of fame in that tongue twister, “How much wood could a …

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Review: Don Marsh’s thriller travels back in time in West Germany | book reviews

Early in his long career as a radio and television journalist in St. Louis, Don Marsh became involved as a reporter in what was then West Germany with the AFN, the armed forces network . The AFN gave GIs stationed in Germany an electronic taste of home. The AFN gave …

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Review of “The Falls”: an intimate COVID-19 drama in Taiwan

Taiwanese author Chung Mong-hong, one of the most underrated storytellers of our time, has amassed a humble following with his 2020 Oscar-nominated masterpiece ‘A Sun’, a searing family saga three hours. With the pandemic parent-child drama “The Falls,” the prolific director steps away from the novelistic scope of his predecessor …

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A love story | The Guardian Nigeria News

This week I want to tell you a story about Esther and John. Esther has been described by Golden Dara as an “esoteric” beauty. Golden was our neighborhood grammarian. He loved bombastic, bombastic lyrics. Golden was 21 and we were just impressionable 16 year old boys. Whether or not it’s …

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New Netflix Movies Released So Far in 2022

Welcome to the full list of new Netflix Original movies that joined the service in 2022. This list will provide you with a monthly breakdown of each new movie added to the service. We’re going to break each month into sections and during each month we’ll show you the new …

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There are the best German films ever made

Think about characteristics of a great movie. What made it stand out in your mind? Is it the plot, the dialogues, the story, the special effects, the decor or the actors? For many movies, it’s a combination of several things that creates memorable and iconic cinema. Quality is universal. Yet, …

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King Richard’s cinematographer breaks down tennis scenes

During his 40-year career as a cinematographer, Robert Elswit shot films in virtually every genre: ‘The Hand That Rocks The Cradle’, ‘Syriana’, ‘Good Night and Good Luck’, two “Mission: Impossible” films and six with director Paul Thomas Anderson, including “Boogie Nights” and “Magnolia”. He won an Oscar in 2008 for …

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Survey: Some 1,500 statues and streets pay tribute to Nazis around the world, including in Germany and the United States

This story was originally published on January 27 by The Front. Register here to get the latest stories from the front delivered to you every morning. Germany, long seen as an international model for acknowledging its Holocaust history, nevertheless currently has at least 162 streets and schools named after Nazis …

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Review: ‘Last Night at the Telegraph Club’ is the novel I wish I had in college

The book balances historical research with a love story that young, queer audiences can relate to. by Sabrina Eager | 01/27/22 02:05 It’s been a while since I got out of my young adult literature phase. Throughout seventh and eighth grade, I consumed YA novels like my life depended on …

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The precipice in ‘Munich — Edge Of War’

The last time we saw George MacKay running, he was sprinting hard on a First World War battlefield. In ‘1917,’ the British actor played a soldier tasked with sending the message that a soon-to-be-launched offensive was doomed. In “Munich — Edge of War”, the year is 1938 and the setting …

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“Everyone was panicking”: Navalny novichok’s film made in secret premiere at Sundance | Alexei Navalny

A documentary film about Alexei Navalny, who narrowly survived an apparent novichok poisoning attempt, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. The 90-minute film, simply titled Navalny, features flying footage of the Russian opposition leader, filmed during the several months he spent in Germany in late 2020 while recovering from poisoning. …

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Live action movie ‘Dora’ is both hilarious and self-aware.

My first exposure to Nickelodeon was limited to Nick Jr., their children’s programming channel. Turning the channel to Nick Jr. meant getting plenty of “Blue’s Clues,” “Dora the Explorer,” and Face, Nick Jr.’s sentient mascot and the cartoon screen. Although “Blue’s Clues” has recently returned to pop culture and any …

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The Vallejo Symphony 2022 season is back, with some changes – The Vacaville Reporter

The arts hold a special place in our world, being important to savor, experience and sustain, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually, especially during difficult times. Despite the many ups and downs of the pandemic era, the Vallejo Symphony continues to perform, with the 89th season resuming with an adjusted schedule, the …

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Maggie Ginsberg’s love of books

The February issue of Madison Magazine is a love story for local authors from our own book-loving Associate Editor. January 25, 2022 10:21 a.m. Job : January 25, 2022 10:21 a.m. Photo by Andrea Behling We were rounded up. Usually that makes me angry, but in this case I’m thrilled. …

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Looop Lapeta is a revolutionary take on new age romance: Taapsee Pannu

Actress Taapsee Pannu says she opted to narrate the screenplay of Looop Lapeta, the Hindi remake of the 1998 German film Run Lola Run, intending to turn it down, but was attracted to the character central. The upcoming Hindi thriller, directed by Aakash Bhatia, follows an adventurous journey into a …

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Jackson Street Brewing in Sioux City offers German-style beer, food

Note to readers: This story has been edited to correct the spelling of Tia Heidebrecht’s name. Dave Winslow and Tia Heidebrecht, a married couple and owners of Jackson Street Brewing, met when he was a meteorologist and she was a photographer and reporter at KTIV in Sioux City. “We enjoyed …

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Thandiwe Newton shines in tense Sundance drama – The Hollywood Reporter

The grief of a lonely woman leads us into God’s country, the slow-burning drama from Julian Higgins. Sharp, steady shots of snow-capped mountain terrain support us. And a brash, violent feud ensnares us, making it impossible to look away from this often exhilarating, if sometimes overcooked, film. Based on mystery …

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Interview: Darbuka Siva on first love, the power of cinema and Gautam Menon

Tamil director Darbuka Siva, whose film ‘Mudhal Nee Mudhavam Nee’ started airing on Zee5 this weekend, in freewheeling conversation with The Federal A scene from the Tamil movie ‘Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee’, a refreshing take on first love landed on Zee5 this weekend We all have our stories about school, …

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‘The Wasteland’ wins Norwegian Peace Film Award

TEHRAN — Iranian drama “The Wasteland” has won the Norwegian Peace Film Prize at the 32nd Tromso International Film Festival, organizers announced on Saturday evening. Directed by Ahmad Bahrami, the film follows an isolated brick factory producing bricks using an ancient method. Many families of different ethnicities work in the …

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German government distances itself from navy chief’s comments on Putin

BERLIN (Reuters) – The German government distanced itself from comments by its navy chief on Saturday after video footage emerged in which the vice admiral said Russian President Vladimir Putin deserved respect and that Kiev did not would ever recover Crimea annexed to Moscow. German Navy Chief Kay-Achim Schoenbach has …

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Belfast review – Branagh’s chocolate box view of his childhood | Drama movies

KEnneth Branagh shamelessly recounts his feel-good memories of growing up in Belfast as the Troubles broke out in the late 1960s suffering from a perspective problem. Angled camera angles are rendered in flat, overly clean black and white; the film leans heavily into his deliberately biased child’s point of view. …

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A Human Position review – slow and lingering love story in a dreamy small town in Norway | Movie

“WWhat’s the best thing about Norway? asks the main character of this intriguing film from Norwegian screenwriter and director Anders Emblem. Her friend replies: “Mountains? A-ha? To which the original speaker responds that she was actually thinking more about things like the welfare state. It’s a quibbling, playful and thoughtful …

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FilmRise Obtains FAST Rights to Canadian Series “Kim’s Convenience”

“Kim’s Convenience” Stephanie Prange January 21, 2022 FilmRise, the New York-based film and television studio and streaming network, has acquired the ad-supported digital multi-territory linear rights (FAST) to the critically acclaimed Canadian comedy series “Kim’s Convenience” from the company. Canadian company Thunderbird Entertainment. The deal gives FilmRise exclusive FAST (free …

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10 greatest glam metal videos of all time

German glam rock veterans Kissin’ Dynamite have been raging for 20 years and their seventh album, Not the end of the road, is out now. As modern as they sound, who can resist the nostalgia? That’s why we invited guitarist Jim Müller to break down his 10 best glam metal …

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Munich: Netflix WW2 Movie Holds the Mirror Until Today

We all know how it happened. Hence the fictional drama that unfolds simultaneously between two friends: the aforementioned Hugh Legat and his Oxford-era German pal Paul von Hartman (Jannis Niewöhner). The couple argued after school due to Paul’s infatuation with the then-burgeoning Nazi Party and Germany’s promises of glory. But …

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‘Stop-Zemlia’ review: Ukrainian drama captures teenage universality

The Times has pledged to review movie theatrical releases during the Covid-19 pandemic. Because cinema carries risks during this time, we remind readers to follow health and safety guidelines such as described by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local health officials. Ukrainian filmmaker Kateryna Gornostai turns to …

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How a Love Affair and a Burned Warehouse Helped 1,000 Entrepreneurs Start New Businesses

The post How a love affair and a burned down warehouse helped 1000 entrepreneurs start new businesses appeared first on PR Fire. Startup Streams, an accidental start, exceeds its first milestone of 1000 customers Along with Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s and Ferrari, Startup Streams is the latest company to add to the …

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Tina Turner and her husband buy a sprawling US$76 million estate on Lake Zurich

GENEVA — Rock ‘n’ roll icon Tina Turner and her husband have reportedly purchased a 70 million Swiss franc ($76 million) estate with 10 buildings, a pond, stream, swimming pool and dock on the lake from Zürich. The 82-year-old star’s husband, Erwin Bach, was quoted in the Handelszeitung daily as …

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Ozark Actress Julia Garner Opens Up About Her Craft and Her Love of Fashion

This article first appeared in Harper’s Bazaar Singapore, the fashion leader on the best in style, beauty, design, travel and the arts. Go to www.harpersbazaar.com.sg and follow @harpersbazaarsg on Instagram; harpersbazaarsingapore on Facebook. The January 2022 issue is now available on newsstands. SINGAPORE – American actress Julia Garner is used …

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‘The Pilot’ uses a real Soviet plane to bring an untold story of World War II to the screen

“The Pilot” is a Russian action thriller based on the true story of Aleksey Maresyev, a World War II pilot whose plane was shot down over the German-occupied Novgorod region. The film follows Maresyev as he tries to fight off cold, wild animals and Nazis as he tries to get …

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Federation Entertainment teams up with German executives to launch Glisk

Federation Entertainment has further expanded its European footprint by moving to Germany with veteran executives Philipp Steffens and Julie Link. Glisk, a production and talent management company focused on creativity, will focus on creating, producing, financing and distributing high-quality originals through a stable of independent studios. Scripted and unscripted shows …

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Movies trying to make sense of senseless violence

More recent films that have tackled the issue of school shootings include the bold and brilliant 2018 drama Vox Lux, in which the pop-star protagonist is a shooting survivor, and the 2020 teen satire Spontaneous, which uses the metaphor of a school where students begin to explode spontaneously. Both, in …

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Why a beached barge became a popular photo spot in Vancouver

Every local media latched onto the barge story. In December there were requests on social media to decorate the houseboat with Christmas lights (this did not happen). Memes, like the barge pictured as Vancouver’s next luxury condo building — a dig into the city’s notoriously unaffordable housing market, are circulating …

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German Films reveals its talent for the Face to Face campaign

German Films, an agency that promotes German cinema worldwide, has announced the talent that will be featured in its 7th annual Face to Face With German Films campaign. The high profile platform aims to bring international visibility to the wealth of groundbreaking talent working in film and television in Germany, …

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When is Inventing Anna coming out on Netflix?

January 17, 2022, 6:58 PM | Updated: January 17, 2022, 7:06 PM The upcoming series – starring Julia Garner – will tell the story of real-life con artist Anna Delvey, who has reinvented herself as an heiress. Invent Anna is Netflix’s next series that’s got everyone talking. fans of ozark …

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The Cold Case team sheds new light on the betrayal of Anne Frank | Entertainment

AMSTERDAM (AP) — A cold case team that combed through evidence for five years in an effort to unravel one of the lingering mysteries of World War II has reached what it calls the “most likely scenario.” of who betrayed Jewish teenage columnist Anne Frank and her family. Their answer, …

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Ram Pothineni and Lingusamy’s crime drama titled The Warriorr. See the first look poster

Ram Pothineni’s crime drama with director Lingusamy was titled The Warriorr. The creators announced the title and unveiled the first look poster. Ram Pothineni plays a tough cop named Satya in Lingusamy’s The Warriorr. Ram Pothineni and director Lingusamy have teamed up for a crime drama. On January 17, the …

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Inside a Deadly Bronx Fire: Scenes of Mayhem, Despair and Love

“It’s going to kill everyone,” she said. Mr Romero watched his wife carrying their unborn child, 19-year-old son Anthony, 7-year-old daughter Jlana, and called out soothing words. “We are here together. Everything will be fine for us. He said nothing about the fear that was rising in his mind. Next …

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The worst things he’s done for movie roles

Many of the worst things Nicholas Cage did for movie roles shows just how ready the veteran performer is to commit to a role. To date, the Front/Off The actor has starred in over 100 movies, ranging from comedy to action to drama. Even though his famous uncle, director Francis …

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Stephen Marche’s Next Civil War; How Civil Wars Begin by Barbara F Walter – review | Political books

ZMotivated by patriotic zeal, Americans believe that their country is an exception to all historical rules. The Land of the Free, however, is currently hurtling towards a predetermined, seemingly inevitable crack-up. Its governmental institutions are crippled and a constitution designed for an agrarian society in the 18th century stands in …

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Heidi Klum and Snoop Dogg have joined forces to release a dance single – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

(CNN) – Heidi Klum – model, TV host and now dance music star. The 48-year-old German-American star has teamed up with hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg and released a single, “Chai Tea with Heidi.” The dance track, produced by Weddingcake and released on Friday, marks Klum’s return to the music business …

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Almodóvar’s Spanish drama hits all the right notes

Parallel Mothers, the 2021 Spanish drama written and directed by Pedro Almodóvar, is an unflinching look at motherhood, love, and loss. by Pedro Almodóvar Parallel mothers beautifully expresses the happy highs and painful lows of motherhood, delicately told through the story of two single women who fatally shared a hospital …

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It happened today – this day in history

1412: Birth of Joan of Arc. 1535: Henry VIII proclaims himself head of the Church of England. 1552: France signs a secret treaty with German Protestants. 1559: Elizabeth I is crowned Queen of England at Westminster Abbey. 1582: Russia cedes Livonia and Estonia to Poland, losing access to the Baltic …

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In the shadow of a pandemic, the Danish queen celebrates 50 years on the throne | Entertainment News

By JAN M. OLSEN, Associated Press COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Denmark’s 81-year-old Queen Margrethe has so far escaped COVID-19 and is fully vaccinated. But the pandemic is once again spoiling an important holiday for the popular monarch. In 2020, he killed public celebrations for his 80th birthday. Now two days …

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Author Questions & Answers: Savage resident Christine Kelly on her first novel | Wild news

“Thrown by Love” – ​​a romance novel by local writer Christine Kelly – debuted last month at Kirk House Publishers. The Savage Pacer interviewed Kelly this month about her writing process, inspiration for the novel, and her upcoming projects. Author Questions & Answers: Boots and Bulls, Book One – Thrown …

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Joan Rosalie ‘Maman-Maman’ (Willnecker) Lowe | News, Sports, Jobs

Jeanne Rosalie “Mummy mummy” (Willnecker) Lowe, 95, of Altoona, passed away peacefully Tuesday at Graystone Manor in Bellmeade. She was born in Altoona, daughter of the late William Godfrey and Mary Elizabeth (Love) Willnecker. She married Gerard David Lowe on November 29, 1947, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Altoona. He …

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Mark Ruffalo, Hugh Laurie Join Netflix’s WWII Thriller ‘All the Light We Can’t See’

Hollywood actors Mark Ruffalo and Hugh Laurie have joined the cast of an upcoming Netflix thriller set in the midst of World War II, “All the Light We Can’t See”. As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, “All the Light We Cannot See” follows Marie-Laure as she crosses paths with Werner, …

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5 twists and turns of ’90s horror movies that stand the test of time

The 1990s spawned many beloved and gripping horror films. However, only a few of them are chosen for setting the audience’s expectations, only to overthrow them with a stunning twist at the end. A good horror movie goes beyond the fear of jumping, but instead creates a healthy narrative, introduces …

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Writer Kathryn Schulz’s “Lost & Found” is a story of loss and discovery: NPR

The grieving story and the love story that form the backbone of New Yorker Memoirs of the writer Kathryn Schulz Lost found are not, in themselves, extraordinary. We start with the death of his father Isaac in September 2016 – “not a tragedy, ”because he passed away after a long …

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Apple TV + Hires Seasoned Producer as Creative Director for Germany | News

Apple TV + has appointed seasoned producer Dr Franziska An der Gassen as Creative Executive for Germany, to Jay Hunt’s European team. A producer with over two and a half decades of experience, Der Gassen has recently held a myriad of television and film roles Rat Pack Filmproduktion, the Munich …

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Revisit the playful nuns comedy that won Sidney Poitier the Oscar

item Sidney Poitier and Lilia Skala in “Les Lys des champs” CHICAGO – “God is good. He sent me a great and strong man.” So says Mother Maria (Lilia skala) in “Mous des champs” when Sidney PoitierHomer Smith first drives to the ailing Arizona farm that she runs with a …

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Germany’s first Radisson Collection hotel opens in

Germany’s first Radisson Collection hotel opens in the heart of Berlin Radisson Hotel Group kicks off 2022 with the highly anticipated launch of his newly redesigned German Radisson collection flagship property in the heart of Berlin. The first bounty luxury way of life Radisson Collection Hotel in the country offers …

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“Power of the Dog” is the best Golden Globes movie that no one has watched

(Bloomberg) – Netflix Inc.’s “The Power of the Dog” won Best Dramatic Film and Walt Disney Co.’s “West Side Story” for Best Musical or Comedy at a Golden Globe Awards which was held in private with no live or online public, after a scandal prompted a Hollywood boycott of the …

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Virus-stricken Bayern Munich return with 2-1 loss to Gladbach

Bayern goalkeeper Sven Ulreich jumps ahead of a German Bundesliga soccer match between Bayern Munich and Mönchengladbach at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany on Friday January 7, 2022 (AP Photo / Andreas Schaad) Andreas Schaad PA BERLIN Bayern Munich lost at home to Borussia Mönchengladbach 2-1 as the Bundesliga …

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Movie review: “The 355” by Jessica Chastain

Photo: Photo credit: Robert Viglasky / Universal Studios No actor working today is haunted by the strong female character like Jessica Chastain is haunted by the strong female character. You know the type – a distant, hyper-competent exterior hiding a case of formative trauma, and no time for something as …

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Actor Maria shares love story on her birthday – Nairobi News

Actor Brian Ogana. PHOTO: WITH AUTHORIZATION Actor Brian Ogana, known by his stage name Luwi Hausa, introduced his girlfriend when he was a year older. Series actor Maria posted his sweetheart, Ms. Dyder Abdallah, on his Instagram and thanked her for being by his side. Additionally, the Good News Broadcasting …

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Fokus 2022 celebrates the best of German cinema: The Skinny

What do a jet set actor, supernatural nightmares, and a cross-cultural history of love and loss have in common? These are all film subjects appearing in this year’s Fokus lineup, returning in person for the first time since 2020. Organized by the Goethe-Institut, this selection of German films showcases the …

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BMW reveals in-car cinema screen, digital art themes

This week’s CES show in Las Vegas was as much about cars as it was home electronics, and BMW was the most creative exhibitor. First, the German automaker unveiled a car that changes color at the push of a button. Now he’s revealed an on-board cinema screen and themed digital …

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Ajith’s “Valimai” release postponed due to increase in COVID-19 cases

The action drama, directed by H Vinoth, was originally slated for a Pongal 2022 release Ajith’s upcoming action drama released Valimai has been postponed indefinitely. Due to the surge in COVID-19 infections and complications caused by the Omicron variant, the makers have decided not to release the film for Pongal …

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Ron Shafer’s “There Is a River” is a continuation of the epic love story of Jude and Cory who endure in love through thick and thin.

MEADVILLE, Pennsylvania., January 6, 2022 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – “There Is a River”: A powerful story that examines faith, true love, and the power of God’s grace. “There Is a River” is the creation of the published author Ron Shafer, a forty-year-old professor who holds a distinguished university chair for …

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a beautifully done ode to the grim building of the American nation

1883Paramount + Faith Hill as Margaret Dutton in 1883.Credit:Emerson Miller / Paramount Yellowstone co-creator Taylor Sheridan aims high – and most of all succeeds – in this sweeping revisionist western, which simultaneously celebrates the natural wonder of the American frontier, recreates it in extremely costly detail, and illustrates it as …

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How Joel Coen Used German Expressionism to Create a Black World for Shakespeare

IndieWire High-end craftsmanship When production designer Stefan Dechant (“Pinocchio”) got a surprise call to meet Joel Coen on a whim to discuss “The Tragedy of Macbeth,” his Shakespeare’s adaptation of Murder, Madness and chaos with Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand, Dechant immediately hooked. The look and design were explicitly on …

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What is the music in Morbius? It’s Beethoven’s Für Elise – and here’s why

4 January 2022, 16:59 | Updated: January 4, 2022, 5:05 PM Enigmatic anti-hero Michael Morbius becomes the latest individual to enter the Sony Pictures universe of Marvel characters. But what does the music tell us about his next film … The long-awaited next film of 2022 Morbius, a Sony Pictures …

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‘Ranjish Hi Sahi’ Trailer Gives A Look At Seventies’ Bollywood Dramatic Love Story

Bombay, January 4 (IANS): The trailer for the upcoming series ‘Ranjish Hi Sahi’, a dramatic Bollywood love story, was unveiled by its creators on Tuesday giving a glimpse into the golden age of the 1970s. The series revolves around a young maverick director who finds himself drawn into an extramarital …

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Films 2022: 41 Unmissable Blockbusters Part 1 (January-June) The Batman, Top Gun 2 and Elvis | Movies | Entertainment

January Licorice Pizza (January 1)Paul Thomas Anderson directs this coming-of-age comedy-drama set in the San Fernando Valley of California in the 1970s. Scream (January 14)Aka Scream 5. Set 25 years after the events of the brutal murders of the first film, a new killer wears the Ghostface mask and begins …

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US Intelligence Mistakes Helped Build Myth of Nazi Alpine Redoubt, Historian Says | World War II

An American spy master inadvertently helped the Nazis develop one of the most effective disinformation campaigns of WWII by spreading rumors about Hitler’s plans for a Where Eagles Dare-style alpine redoubt, discovered a historian with access to classified American military archives. The myth that the Nazis were amassing arms and …

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After pandemic and rain delays, Mummers strut to Philly

The Two Street Stompers pay tribute to healthcare workers as they perform in front of City Hall during the Mummers Parade in Philadelphia on Sunday January 2, 2022. The parade was postponed for one day due to rain on New Years Day. The official parade returns after a year of …

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Newly married gay couple Telangana share their heartwarming romance. Watch | Tendency

Shared by the Humans of Bombay Instagram page, this video shows how Telangana’s first married gay couple – Supriyo and Abhay, experienced their romance. Abhay Dange and Supriyo Chakraborty, billed as the first gay couple to marry in Telangana, recently went viral. The powerful couple have now shared their love …

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Roundabout | What to leave behind and what to take until 2022

How do you send one year and welcome another at times like this? Of course, there is no way to do it but with hope. One of those messages came from a city artist, Kumar Varma, whose plays we grew up seeing since the days when we were learning to …

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Climate Change: Disaster Film Director Roland Emmerich Says We Need More Blockbusters Tackling Environmental Problems | Ents & Arts News

Legendary disaster filmmaker Roland Emmerich has said the world needs more blockbuster climate change movies to “wake people up” to the problems we face. The German filmmaker, whose box office hits include Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow, told Sky News that movie studios saying they are determined to …

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Movie review: SWAN SONG (2021): Mahershala Ali shines in slow but unique cloning drama

Swan song review swan Song (2021) Movie Review, a movie directed by Benjamin Clearly and featuring Mahershala Ali, Naomie Harris, Awkwafina, Glenn Close, Nyasha Hatendi, Adam Beach, Lee Shorten, Dax Rey, Ace Levere, JayR Tinaco, Jessica Hayles, Luke Camilleri and Christine Freedom. Set in the not-so-distant future, Benjamin Cleary’s new …

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