German drama

Syrian novelist Shahla Ujayli’s ‘Summer with the Enemy’ is a hot summer read

By Michelle Hartman, McGill University | – Wherever you spend your summer, let yourself be transported to Syria and immerse yourself in the world of Shahla Ujayli’s historical novel Summer with the enemy. The continuing devastation of the war that started in 2011 drew the world’s attention to Syria. Reading …

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Subaru wins Gran Turismo World Series Showdown to extend championship lead – GTPlanet

Subaru overcame the absence of its lead driver to claim victory at the Gran Turismo World Series Showdown and establish a four-point lead in this season’s championship. Kylian Drumont and Daniel Solis led a measured tactical race to win against Mercedes-AMG by almost four seconds, despite being a man down …

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Why do successful filmmakers write novels?

Werner Herzog gently rebukes me. “Don’t try to dissect it now, stick with the sentence as it is,” the towering German filmmaker instructed me via Zoom. We are talking about his first novel The twilight worlda fascinating account of how a Japanese soldier stationed on a remote island in the …

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XR project “Peaky Blinders” among the Venice 2022 immersive competition | New

Venice Immersive, the XR (extended reality) section of the Venice Film Festival, has unveiled its official selection for 2022 with 30 projects in competition. Six of the projects in the XR competition are from the UK, including Peaky Blinders: The King’s Ransom, a VR spin-off of the hit drama series. …

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TV shows to watch before season 3

by Netflix Locke and Key is something of a buried treasure on the streaming service. Although the series was warmly received by fans and critics alike, it never quite became the pop culture juggernaut that other shows like stranger things Where the witcher have. However, it’s still one of the …

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‘Surgat,’ produced by Josh Ruben, adds ‘Stranger Things’ star

“Stranger Things” Francesca Real and “Estate” Dagmara Dominczyk are attached to star in a horror drama Surgatof Michael Borowiec & Sam Marine Borowiecthe New York-based writing and directing team behind man underground, which won Best First Feature at the 2016 Fantasia Film Festival, reports Variety. Josh Ruben (Scare me, werewolves …

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‘Benedetta’ and 9 Other Paul Verhoeven Movies, Ranked According to IMDb

Content Warning: This article contains references and discussions of murder, sexual violence and Nazism With its latest feature Benedetta on MUBI on July 1, and several projects put on hold, Paul Verhoeven, 83, tells the world that he still has his spirits up. The role of a provocateur is to …

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Best horror movies based on true stories

Everyone is a badass when watching a horror movie until somewhere in the opening credits the words “Based on a true story” appear. Because no matter how cliché or boring a horror movie might seem, thinking about how the events unfolding in front of you more or less unfolded in …

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Combat sports: Trout wins decision, Waterson gains weight

He was born in Texas and lives in Texas, but Austin Trout will always belong in Las Cruces. Trout, the former WBA junior middleweight champion, defeated Romanian Florin Cardos by majority decision in eight rounds Friday in Wuppertal, Germany. One judge scored the 154-pound bout 79-73 for Trout, but another …

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St John’s Wood theater critic’s tribute to Peter Brook

Published: 12:04 July 14, 2022 British theater director and director Peter Brook died aged 97 in France on July 2. St John’s Wood theater critic and producer Blanche Marvin MBE writes about the legacy of Peter Brook and the Empty Space…Peter Brook Awards. There has been endless attention and obituaries …

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Simon Pegg stars in The Undeclared War directed by Peter Kosminsky

The Russian end of things is particularly captivating, both in the rare depictions of the operations in which Vadim becomes involved, and in the depictions of the social and political milieus in which they are set. As authentic as these depictions are, it’s hard not to be alarmed. In the …

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Robert Lewandowski, Paul Pogba, Raheem Sterling, Aaron Moy, latest rumors

World Cup winner Paul Pogba has sensationally refused to sign a Manchester United shirt after being greeted by fans over the weekend ahead of his medical with Juventus. The French midfielder is among a list of players who are expected to complete their transfers shortly, with Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling …

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Money Men Review: Inside the Wirecard Scandal

Markus Braun, former CEO of Wirecard, at a conference in Berlin, June 2019. Photo by Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg via Getty Images In 2014, Dan McCrum, a banking analyst turned FinancialTimes journalist, was approached by an Australian hedge fund manager about a German company called Wirecard. The upstart company was making waves …

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9 German Performance Cars From The 2000s That Can Easily Be Driven Everyday

Recognized globally for engineering and design efficiency, German automakers produce more capable cars than most sports car manufacturers can even dream. Sure, an Italian exotic is going to attract more admiring glances, but these sleek two-seaters are anything but a joy to drive every day. And if you could, how …

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Formula 1: Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz converts pole into maiden Grand Prix win at Silverstone

Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz claimed with scintillating driving to win his maiden Formula 1 Grand Prix, starting from pole position to win a jaw-dropping race at the British Grand Prix on Sunday. The Spaniard edged Sergio Perez’s Red Bull and Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes in a race that saw the deployment of …

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6 Best Indian Movies On OTT 2022 You Need To Add To Watchlist

We’re halfway through the calendar year, and new rounds of awards ceremonies, and their nominations will soon be upon us. It’s time to take stock of the films that have been released so far and how successful they have been. Since the pandemic hit, the demand for OTT platforms has …

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Marc Jacobs finds his Nietzsche at the NY Public Library

Placeholder while loading article actions NEW YORK — Not every designer can successfully frame a fashion show around a quote from Nietzsche. But Marc Jacobs has always had an inordinate flair for drama. “We have art so as not to die of truth,” the German philosopher once said, a line …

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6 Best Netflix Shows To Watch (And 3 To Skip) In July 2022

We’re entering the best part of summer, and the upcoming Netflix shows in July 2022 definitely prove it. Following the return of The Umbrella Academy, it’s time to go back to Hawkins and finish stranger things season 4. We’ll also take a trip to Virgin River, live the single life …

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Andreas Kleinert’s ‘Dear Thomas’ Wins 2022 German Film Awards – The Hollywood Reporter

Dear ThomasAndreas Kleinert’s artistic black-and-white biopic about the late poet, writer and director Thomas Brasch, won the Lola for Best Film at the 2022 German Film Awards. Kleinert also won Best Director and Albrecht Schuch won Best Actor 2022 for his lead role as Brasch. This is the third acting …

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The Visitor | Movie Threat

TRIBECA FESTIVAL 2022 REVIEW! Bolivian filmmaker Martín Boulocq returns to the director’s chair with The visitor, a quietly scathing reflection on fractured family ties and the influence of religion. The path to redemption is no small feat in the filmmaker’s visually and thematically rich drama, which moves at a distinctly …

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Fatal crash as tree falls on truck driving over palisades

An investigation into a fatal and freak accident in Stony Point, New York continues. Three people were riding in a 2018 Ford F-150 heading north on the Palisades Interstate Parkway near exit 16 and mile marker 29.8 at approximately 2:47 p.m. on Sunday, June 19, 2022 when a “large tree …

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Legault lands first World Cup podium with silver in Huatulco

With a flat and fast bike course, the Huatulco Triathlon World Cup typically turns into a 5K run for podium spots, and this year’s women’s race continued that tradition. In the end, Germany’s Annika Koch won the title with a fast run, while Canada’s Emy Legault managed to edge out …

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Boehly not convinced by Tuchel’s Chelsea transfer plan with ‘very strained’ Lukaku relationship

Chelsea owner Todd Boehly looks frustratedCredit: PA Images New Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly is still not convinced that letting Romelu Lukaku leave the club this summer is the right idea, according to reports. The Belgium international joined the Blues last summer in a £97.5m move from Inter Milan but he …

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Anna ‘Delvey’ Sorokin says she never claimed to be a German heiress

Netflix’s limited drama series Invent Anna spectacularly concluded with the conviction of Anna Sorokin (also known as Anna Delvey), leaving fans of the series wondering what was fact and what was fiction. podcast host Paris Hilton and her sister Nicky Hilton Rothschild had a lot of their own questions for …

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New ‘Doctor Strange’ movie to stream on Disney+ Hotstar starting June 22

New Delhi: Marvel’s latest superhero movie strange doctor Into the Multiverse of Madness will air on Disney+ Hotstar in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, and English, starting June 22. Produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, it is the sequel to strange doctor (2016) and …

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Experts urge German government to prepare for fall COVID surge

June 8, 2022Updated: June 8, 2022 11:55 a.m. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz speaks with members of the Foreign Press Association, VAP, at the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, June 8, 2022.Markus Schreiber/AP BERLIN (AP) — German authorities should prepare for several possible pandemic scenarios this fall that would likely strain …

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Haas prepares for high-risk Azerbaijan GP

Kevin Magnussen Haas prepares for a high-risk event on the streets of Baku as Formula 1 heads to the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. The US-registered operation suffered a double retirement in Monaco last time out, with a power unit problem hurting Kevin Magnussen’s chances after 21 laps. Five laps later, a …

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The festival presents the German film revolution

In A Stasi comedy, which opens this year’s German Film Festival, Ludger (David Kross) is hired by the Stasi to infiltrate a subversive counterculture movement. Instead, he falls in love with one target, sleeps with another, and begins a double life as underground poet and spy. The film shows how …

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French Open sixth day | Reuters

PARIS, May 27 (Reuters) – Highlights of the sixth day of Roland-Garros, the second Grand Slam of the year, on Friday (GMT time): * Novak Djokovic overtook Aljaz Bedene 6-3 6-3 6-2 with a nearly flawless performance to reach the fourth round and stay firmly on course to challenge for …

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Cast of season 4 of Stranger Things: discover the new characters

Mason Dye as Jason Carver BoschMason Dye stars as Hawkins High basketball star Jason Carver, who is at the top of the social list. Handsome, wealthy, popular and boyfriend to Chrissy (see above), Jason’s “perfect world begins to unravel as a new evil threatens Hawkins”. A new evil that Jason …

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An Interview with Hangman’s Wife ‹ CrimeReads

Adolf Eichmann’s superior officer, the man he tried so hard to please, was Reinhard Heydrich; and with Heydrich at last we come to one with character and responsibility to match his terrible power. Heydrich was the official guardian of the new morality. Neither his career nor his personality can be …

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Player ratings as Blues edge past Hornets despite late drama

From Stamford Bridge – Chelsea concluded their Premier League season with a 2-1 win over Watford on Sunday, despite late drama at Stamford Bridge. The result ends what has been a tumultuous campaign for Chelsea. After leading the Premier League in the opening months of the season, the Blues have …

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Bayern advance to German League semi-finals in nail-biting OT final against Chemnitz 99 /News

In German League Game 3, Bayern Munich defeated Chemnitz 99 in a tough battle on the pitch. After a thrilling end and extra time, Bayern won with the final score of 87-80 (20-15, 21-16, 16-32, 17-11, 13-6) and qualified for the semi-finals where they will face Telekom Baskets Bonn. 2 …

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“It’s not easy as Chinese to be accepted”

It’s a perfectly routine story of a musical childhood in many ways. But, as China’s first countertenor, Meili Li (33), explains to me the background of his musical debut, slightly more unusual details begin to emerge. His parents are both musicians. Her father studied singing but did not make it …

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Pavel G Vesnakov in post-production with his second feature, Windless

05/16/2022 – The drama explores the passage of time and the consequences of memory through the eyes of a young man On the set of without wind After his first feature film, German courses [+see also: film reviewtrailerinterview: Pavel G Vesnakovfilm profile] (2020), Bulgarian director Pavel G. Vesnakov is currently in post-production …

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10 Psychological TV Shows That Are Messing With Your Mind

With so many great, award-winning shows, it’s hard to know where to start. From the wealth of Marvel and Star Wars series on Disney+, to more avant-garde comedies or thrilling dramas on Netflix and Amazon Prime. For fans of psychological thrillers, however, the options sometimes seem scarce. Many of these …

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THE GREEN ROOM

Coming Out this week *Album * dance fever by Florence and the Machine: The fifth album by the English indie rock band; comes after 2018’s High as Hope; includes the singles ‘King’, ‘Heaven Is Here’, ‘My Love’ and ‘Free’. * Mr. Morale and Big Steps by Kendrick Lamar: Fifth album …

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What makes the actress so rich?

Dianna Agron net worth: Dianna Agron is a model and actress. She is an American actress and dancer. Dianna Agron is best known for her role as Quinn Fabray on the hit TV series Glee. She moved to Los Angeles after high school to pursue an acting career. In 2006, …

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Who’s who in war drama

How did a disguised corpse and some fake documents lead to the liberation of Sicily during World War II? Ground Meat Operation tells the true story of a deception operation executed by the British Army in 1943. To successfully seize control of Sicily from the Axis powers, British intelligence officers …

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TV Tonight: Celebrating the Legacy of It’s A Sin at TV Baftas | Television & radio

British Academy Television Award 6 p.m., BBC One Unless Will Smith and Chris Rock are recruited at the last minute, this year’s televised Baftas seem unlikely to generate the same level of controversy as the recent Oscars. Hopefully, this will be an awards show that highlights something far more important: …

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Things to do, movies, LA, OC: “Star Trek II”, Mother’s Day

Find a movie with our weekly curated list of classic movies, cult movies, film festivals, and more, playing in theaters, drive-ins, and pop-ups and/or streaming online. Before you go, remember to call or check online for booking conditions and COVID-19 protocols. ‘And all that’Roy Scheider plays a Bob Fosse-like director-choreographer …

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Glisk of the Federation signs author Ivar Leon Menger and adapts three thrillers | News

Federation-backed German production company Glisk, founded by RTL alumnus Philipp Steffens, has struck an exclusive deal with crime and thriller author Ivar Leon Menger. Ivar Leon Menger The deal will see Glisk collaborate with Menger and his team on three initial projects: two audiobook series, Ghostbox and Monster 1983, which …

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May 12, Soviets lift blockade of Berlin – The Journal

Today in History Today is Thursday, May 12, the 132nd day of 2022. There are 233 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On May 12, 1949, the Soviet Union lifted the blockade of Berlin, which the Western powers succeeded in bypassing with their Berlin Airlift. To …

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Russia killed twice as many people in Mariupol as Nazi Germany: mayor

As Russia’s war of aggression in Ukraine prepares to enter its 11th week, Mariupol Mayor Vadym Boychenko says the death toll among his civilians has already doubled the number caused by the German Nazis over a two-year period during World War II. Boychenko didn’t mince words in his assertions on …

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The 10 Best Comedy Movies On Netflix, According To IMDb

Along with their originals, Netflix has a nice collection of comedy movies for streamers to enjoy on a low-key Saturday night. They may not be critical darlings on sites like Rotten Tomatoes, but some of Netflix’s studio-produced comedies are revered on IMDb. RELATED: Adam Sandler & Kevin James’ 10 Best …

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9 Shows Like Bones To Watch If You Like Fun Procedures

Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Bones Patrick McElhenney/FOX He may have reveled in crude corpses, but Bones was the ultimate comfort show. The reliable procedural, which produced 12 seasons and 246 episodes on Fox, is always good for a rewatch – or a first watch! – if you’re looking to spend …

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Has the “perfect match” gone rogue?

Robert Lewandowski could be on the verge of leaving Bayern Photo: AP HIGHLIGHTS Robert Lewandowski is reportedly looking to leave Bayern Munich if an extension is not agreed with the club. The delay in contract negotiations, as well as rumors linking Erling Haaland to Bayern seem to have had an …

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Wedding anniversary of Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier of Monaco

Princess Grace and Prince Rainier pictured June 15, 1961 with Francis Mumford-Smith, then owner of Newport House. Published: Sat 23 Apr 2022, 08:00 By Tom Gillespie Last Tuesday (April 19) marked the 66th anniversary of American actress Grace Kelly’s marriage to Prince Rainier III of Monaco. The religious ceremony followed …

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Here are some of the most depressing movies of the past two decades

Although the tragic and emotionally devastating films can be difficult for audiences to watch, they nonetheless offer poignant insight and touch the hearts of many. These harrowing stories that move us and make us emotionally uncomfortable are impressive cinematic triumphs, as the characters and their adverse circumstances linger in the …

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Celine Dion’s Film ‘It’s All Coming Back to Me’ Releases in February

“Everything Comes Back to Me,” a romantic drama starring and starring music by Celine Dion, will be released in theaters on February 10, 2023. Formerly titled “Text for You”, “It’s All Coming Back to Me” is based on the 2016 German film “SMS für Dich” by Karoline Herfurth. The film …

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The best sci-fi shows on Netflix

If you’re looking for a quality sci-fi series to settle into, Netflix will provide it. From its excellent international library, you can watch Dark German Sci-Fi Gem, which is also one of the best series on Netflix period. Of course there is stranger things, black mirror and the OAa surprisingly …

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The adaptation of ‘Mothering Sunday’ opens April 15 at the Ross | Nebraska today

“Mothers Day,” a film adaptation of Graham Swift’s acclaimed novel of the same name, opens April 15 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center. Continuing to show is “Great Freedom”. With Odessa Young and Josh O’COnnor in the lead roles, “Mothering Sunday” is a romantic drama …

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Classic Critique: Supported by local choirs and guest soloists, PSO delivers the emotional ‘St. Matthew Passion’

The Portland Symphony Orchestra, local choristers and guest vocal soloists gathered on the main stage of the Merrill Auditorium in Portland on Sunday afternoon to perform the monumental “St. Matthew Passion.” Lasting approximately three hours, this sacred oratorio based on Jesus’ last days on earth challenges performers and listeners to …

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Chelsea news: Thomas Tuchel praises ‘mentality and commitment’ in Southampton beating

Not only have Chelsea faced drama off the pitch this season, but the pressure was starting to mount on Thomas Tuchel’s side this week after back-to-back defeats to Brentford and Real Madrid. A second-half capitulation against Brentford last week suggested the Blues were starting to feel the effects of ownership …

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Belfast Blitz: new immersive theater experience as W5 teams up with actor Dan Gordon

The effect on a city unprepared for wartime involvement played out last night in a new immersive theater experience at Belfast’s W5. it will never happen here! written and directed by Dan Gordon tells the story of the Belfast Blitz, often using first-hand accounts from those who lived through it. …

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Crazy Drama Behind High Court Ruling on ZIMDEF’s SAP Software Tender Is Illegal

In early 2021, the Zimbabwe Workforce Development Fund (ZIMDEF) called for bids from companies to supply it with software applications and systems products (SAP). The companies made their bids and ZIMDEF picked one, Tano Digital Solutions, and thought that would be the end of it. No, it’s never that simple. …

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Best New Movies on The Criterion Channel in April 2022

A new month means new programming on The Criterion Channel. April sports new collections and the Criterion Edition debut for several legendary filmmakers, and it kicks off a bit of a digital blaxploitation fest, along with other movie compilations. Here are seven of the best deals. Across 110th Street (1972) …

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Chelsea boss Tuchel on shock Brentford defeat: why should I make a drama out of it?

Thomas Tuchel says he won’t ‘make drama’ out of Chelsea’s shock loss to Brentford, opting instead to see their 4-1 loss as a blow after delivering much stronger results over the course of the season. The Blues took the lead at Stamford Bridge through Antonio Rudiger’s stun from a finish, …

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Keira Knightley tells the animated story of a German Jewish painter during World War II

How to transmit a life story? For most, the answer would be an autobiography or a biopic. Charlotte Solomon chose a different path by using painting to portray the love, loss and pain that surrounds him. Directors Eric Warin and At Tahir Rana’s Animation Film, “Charlottedraws on a cast of …

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How Red Bull and Beta Film’s ambitious football project ‘The Net’ came together | Characteristics

“I suffer from a certain illness – I always have ideas,” says fiery German opera and theater director Matthias Hartmann when asked how he came up with the concept for his latest project. The Internet is an epic “series cycle” – three stand-alone yet connected European co-productions about the global …

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Berlin theater shows solidarity after Mariupol cinema attack by writing to children at entrance

On the occasion of World Theater Day on Sunday, the German Deutsches Theater located in Berlin expressed its solidarity with the Ukrainian people, including the artists of the theater in the port city of Mariupol which was brutally attacked by Russian forces. Ukrainian actors, activists and diplomats wrote the word …

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Germany hosts more than 250,000 Ukrainian refugees

President Joe Biden and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen speak to the press about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, at the US Mission in Brussels, Belgium, March 25. (Evan Vucci/AP) US President Joe Biden has announced a new initiative to deprive Russian President Vladimir Putin of European energy …

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EM/NY presents TELEMANN A LA PLONAISE: FROM FOLK TO FORMAL

Early Music New York (EM/NY) will conclude its 47th anniversary season of “Great Names” with “Telemann à la Polonaise: From Folk to Formal,” featuring one of the most prolific composers of the Baroque period. Each work on the program was inspired by and incorporates folk tunes that Telemann originally encountered …

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Critique: What Would Bach Do? The LA Opera tells the story of Jesus Christ.

By Charlize Althea Garcia, March 22, 2022 After an unpredictable year, the Los Angeles Opera marked its continuation of another season. The LA Opera presents its first show in 2022 with “St. Matthieu Passion” on March 12. “St. Matthew Passion” tells the story of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It …

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The Hamburg Ballet approaches Bach and Bernstein with rich imagery and movement

A churchman, not a theatre, Bach did not write for dance. But the dance was at its core. His instrumental suites, partitas and concertos, made of dance forms, may include some of the most profound music by this most profound composer. Bach did not write an opera either. Yet drama …

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5 Lesser-Known War Horror Movies

The horrors of war are obvious to the casual observer, but through the imaginative eye of some creatives, new nightmares can emerge from an already terrible situation. The setting is one of the most important parts of a story and putting a horror story in an already terrifying situation is …

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Why some women travel to South Korea to find boyfriends

All my life I have obsessively watched South Korean TV series, or K-dramas. The term refers to the disparate genres of television dramas produced in South Korea, including mystery, crime, and romantic comedy. Regardless of genre, most K-dramas seek to elicit a visceral reaction from viewers – laughter, tears, anger, …

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Mercedes sidepods are ‘extreme but legal’, says Red Bull chief Horner

Hamilton and Mercedes are using a bold new car for the final leg of pre-season testing in Bahrain ahead of next week’s season opener in the country. The new design, which has virtually non-existent sidepods to improve downforce and make the car faster, turned heads in the F1 paddock and …

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Best Shows Like Joe vs. Carole

Peacock’s latest original is a dramatic retelling of the entire “Tiger King” fiasco. Popularized by Netflix documentary tiger king, zookeeper and criminal Joe Exotic and environmentalist Carole Baskins have been the subject of much controversy with allegations of animal cruelty and attempted murder. The show draws heavily from the podcast …

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Shonda Rhime Is an Expert in Blockbuster Productions: Creator of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, ‘Bridgerton’, ‘Inventing Anna’ and More | Entertainment Cinema and Series

james 39 minutes ago Entertainment 56 Views Shonda Rhimes is a television producer, screenwriter and author, best known for being the creator of the ABC medical drama, “Grey’s Anatomy” (2005), for which she won the …

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Chelsea bolster top four bid, Leeds beaten in Marsch opener

Chelsea shrugged off the drama over Roman Abramovich’s decision to sell the club as Kai Havertz inspired a 4-0 rout of Premier League strugglers Burnley, while Leeds manager Jesse Marsch suffered a 1-0 defeat at Leicester in his first game on Saturday. All Premier League captains wore Ukrainian armbands over …

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Drama spanning decades explores the injustice of Germany’s anti-gay laws

Watching director Sebastian Meise’s “Great Freedom” is a process of watching the main character, Hans Hoffmann (Franz Rogowski), be brutalized and dehumanized. The narrative takes place almost entirely in prison over a period of around 25 years, with Hans repeatedly put into the darkness of solitary confinement, and this return …

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European plan to donate fighter jets to Ukraine collapses

But the announcement by EU security chief Josep Borrell on Sunday that fighter jets were also on the way appeared to be a game-changer for European military assistance. Borrell was forced to backtrack somewhat on his statement on Monday, acknowledging that any transfer would not come from the EU itself, …

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Dropout star compares Elizabeth Holmes to Inventing Anna’s Anna Delvey

Dropout star Michaela Watkins has opened up about what she sees as the difference between disgraced tech CEO Elizabeth Holmes and fellow fraudster Anna Delvey. The two were recently the subject of a streaming miniseries, with Oscar-nominated Amanda Seyfried playing Holmes in The Dropout, while Ozark star Julia Garner plays …

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Vladimir Putin vows to fight Finland and Sweden in horror NATO warning – war fears explode | World | News

The Scandinavian countries are currently not members of the military alliance, preferring to remain neutral. They are, however, part of NATO’s Partnership for Peace programme. The Russian leader’s decision to invade Ukraine has focused people’s minds and reopened the debate on the future membership of the two countries. The Swedish …

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Five takeaways from the Berlinale on the future of scripted drama

Det Største (The Change) The Berlinale wrapped up its 72nd edition this weekend, the first physical iteration of the German festival since 2019. Nick Edwards lays out his top five takeaways from the event for TBI – and it’s clear a lot has changed over the years that followed. Since …

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Channing Tatum recruited for System Crasher remake

Channing Tatum is reportedly closing a deal to star in and produce “System Crasher.” According to Deadline, MGM has acquired the rights to the German drama for the American remake, with the 41-year-old actor looking set to take on the role of anger management coach. The film tells the story …

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Canadian Christine de Bruin finishes fifth in bobsleigh, Germany wins gold again

Canada’s Christine De Bruin and Kristen Bujnowski start the Women’s Bobsleigh Heat 3 at the 2022 Winter Olympics on February 19, 2022.Dmitry Lovetsky/Associated Press Laura Nolte and Mariama Jamanka added to Germany’s Olympic medal record. Elana Meyers Taylor also extended her medal record. Germany’s slippery dominance of the Beijing Games …

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New shows on Netflix – Paste

Netflix releases so many new original TV series that it can be easy to lose track of the latest shows. We’ve compiled a running list of all the biggest new Netflix original shows and exclusive releases from the streaming giant’s partners, and we’ll keep updating it as new shows are …

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German Films launches its seventh Face to Face campaign

INDUSTRY / MARKET Germany through Therese Vena 02/14/2022 – With its seventh edition of the campaign, German Films promotes seven film creators who represent different sections of the film industry german movies continues its work for the international promotion of German cinema as one of the most important institutions of …

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KEN SPURGEON WILL TALK ABOUT RECENT WORK

By Hailey Chapman Hays Daily News Ken Spurgeon joins Fort Hays State as guest speaker and presenter for the Fort Hays Historic Presentation at the Fort Saturday afternoon at 2. Spurgeon is a historian, teacher and associate producer/director at Fall River Productions. The film company focuses on historically themed projects …

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Daily Schmankerl: Borussia Dortmund add Nico Schlotterbeck to join Bayern Munich’s Niklas Süle?; Robert Lewandowski is amazing; Liverpool pursue Renato Sanches?; Newcastle United plot strong push for Thomas Müller?; and more!

East Borussia Dortmund to build a bottom line designed entirely in Germany? With Bayern Munich’s Niklas Süle already on the list for next season, BVB are reportedly considering an acquisition of SC Freiburg star and Germany international Nico Schlotterbeck: In case Akanji decides to make a change, another position would …

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Now streaming: ‘KIMI’, ‘Marry Me’, ‘The Girl Before’, ‘King Richard’, ‘Super Bowl LVI’ and more

Here’s what’s new on video on demand, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other services. Top streams of the week Zoë Kravitz stars as an agoraphobic technician who overhears what she believes to be a murder in Steven Soderbergh”KIMI(2022, R). When no one believes her, she investigates on her own. Set …

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Chelsea ‘must sell Kante to secure Declan Rice transfer, final AFCON reaction, Dani Alves scores and sees red for Barca

Bruno wants Toon to be the “world power” Bruno Guimaraes has pledged to help make Newcastle a “world power” and win the Champions League. The Brazilian midfielder has signed for the Magpies from Lyon in a deal that could top £42million. Guimaraes, 24, was also tracked by Arsenal during the …

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Morocco in shock after the tragic death of “little Rayan”

Morocco was in shock on Sunday after emergency teams found a five-year-old boy dead at the bottom of a well at the tragic end of a painstaking five-day rescue operation that gripped the nation and the world . The ordeal of ‘little Rayan’ since he fell into the well on …

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Looop Lapeta Movie Review: Just Watch Run Lola Run

Looop Lapeta – the new Netflix movie starring Taapsee Pannu and Tahir Raj Bhasin – is proof that Bollywood can’t make a lean, mean high-concept B-movie. Rather than diving straight into the thick of it (and staying in its lane), the Hindi remake of Tom Tykwer’s 1998 Sundance Film Festival-winning …

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Meghan Markle News: Egyptian actress ready to step into Duchess’s shoes in new role | royal | News

Meghan Markle discusses ‘very intimate’ costume scene in 2013 Before her 2018 wedding to Prince Harry, 37, Meghan rose to prominence as an actress in the popular American legal drama Suits. After joining the show in 2011, for seven years the Duchess of Sussex, 40, played the role of Rachel …

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“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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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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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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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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‘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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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