German drama

China unveils nominees for Golden Rooster Awards, to surprising Jibes

China has published the list of nominees for its next Golden Rooster Award, a set of government-approved film industry awards that it wants to be seen as rivaling the Taipei-based Gold Horse Award, historically considered the “Chinese Language Oscars”. The winning roosters will be announced at a film festival that …

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DENR coastal management program receives support from Germany

THE German government is supporting a Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) program that will make coastal management more prominent in the development plans of local government units (LGUs), the DENR said. The DENR and the German government expect the focus on coastal management to better protect 70% of …

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Invent Anna: Netflix Introduces New Shonda Rhimes Drama Series (Watch) – Canceled + Renewed TV Shows

by Régina Avalos, November 26, 2021 Cr. Nicole Rivelli / Netflix © 2021 Invent Anna hits Netflix in February, and the streaming service has now released a trailer. The new drama miniseries, created and produced by Shonda Rhimes (Grey’s Anatomy), is based on actual events surrounding Anna Delvey. Starring Anna …

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On this day of 2018: Nico Hulkenberg survives spectacular crash at Abu Dhabi GP

Nico Hülkenberg looking thoughtful Nico Hulkenberg got off without injury despite being trapped when his Renault caught fire during the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix that day in 2018. World champion Lewis Hamilton finished the year with an 11th victory, while Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull driver Max Verstappen …

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Beta Film acquires Swedish production company Unlimited Stories – The Hollywood Reporter

Beta Nordic Studios (BNS), a division of German production and sales group Beta Film, has taken a 51 percent stake in Swedish production company Unlimited Stories. Founded in 2016 by Poa Strömberg, Patrick Ryborn and Linus Stöhr Torell, Unlimted Stories has produced a number of successful feature films in local …

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These musical animes are perfect for music fans

It’s time to admit it: everyone has a song that is their absolute jam, one that puts them on their feet or drums a beat on the nearest flat surface. For some, this jam comes from the anime, which isn’t surprising given the number of amazing songs that have been …

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“A place called dignity”: Tallinn review | Comments

Dir / scr: Matías Rojas Valencia. Chile / France / Germany / Argentina / Colombia. 2021. 95 minutes The characters of the second feature film by Chilean director Matías Rojas Valencia are sorely lacking in the dignity of which his title speaks. A study of life in an infamous religious …

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‘Riverdale’ Season 6: 5 Things You Didn’t Know About KJ Apa

The CW drama series “Riverdale” has been a smash hit for five seasons and is set to premiere season six on Netflix very soon. The show which is loosely based on the characters seen in Archie Comics has managed to grab audiences’ attention with its drama, savage storylines, and sex …

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Hot Properties November 2021 | Projections

Programming profile Hot Properties Playlist for November 2021 03-11-2021 As the nights get longer, C21’s Hot Properties Playlist for November has loads of diverse content for everyone to enjoy this winter. The crime drama juggernaut moves forward with no sign of stopping, though this month’s list has a few variations …

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North West Square | THING OF THE WEEK

Bruntwood signed with UK Locations to have their sites used in film and television. Credit: via Citypress Oct 29, 2021, 12:01 PM Hollywood call … You may soon see the Bruntwood Work Block and Kinrise Martins Bank Building on the big screen. The two developers have signed deals with UK …

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The best demonic possession movies

Hollywood loves nothing more than reviving existing intellectual property to which it already owns the rights. This is the entertainment industry’s version of resurrecting a dead horse so that it can be brutally whipped again. Please accept YouTube cookies to play this video. By agreeing, you will be accessing content …

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F1 must make women drivers feel welcome – Patrick

Formula 1 needs to make sure female drivers feel wanted and welcome in the future, according to Danica Patrick. The most successful female driver in American single-seater history, the former IndyCar and NASCAR driver was linked to F1 in the past but never saw any serious opportunities open up. At …

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The best TV to watch on October 19

Judi Dench, ‘American Crime Story’ and Ashley Banjo are in TV highlights tonight. (BBC / ITV) Dame Judi Dench is the celebrity retracing her ancestors tonight Who do you think you are? on BBC One, where she is about to discover prestigious links. A new American crime story starts with …

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Charlotte Greve: The Sediments We Move Album Review

Before composing the suite in seven parts Sediments that we move, Charlotte Greve traced it. The Brooklyn-based, German-born composer, singer and saxophonist scribbled and sketched out forms, patterns and musical charts. She plotted the album song by song, listing each song’s basic instruments, audible accents, and “tempo / vibe.” In …

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‘Charm Offensive’ suffers from too much drama

‘The magician’By Colm Toibinc. 2020, Scribner28/512 pages If you told me that the most exciting book you have read recently was a novel about the life of a writer, I would think you are crazy. Especially if the author spent hours, daily, locked in his writing study, was often far …

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How an 11-foot-tall 3D printer helps build community

Square feet Three-dimensional printing can create almost any object. A partnership in Mexico puts this theory to the test, building a village for residents living in poverty. Pedro García Hernández, 48, is a carpenter in Tabasco state in southeastern Mexico, an area of ​​the country surrounded by tropical forests where …

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Europe’s new real estate giant relies on unstable governance

Investing in German housing is usually boring, predictable and lucrative. But when it comes to mergers and acquisitions, it can turn into a hazy neighborhood. Frankfurt-listed residential owner Vonovia moves closer to roughly $ 22 billion takeover of counterpart Deutsche Wohnen. The latest version of the deal is Vonovia’s third …

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Sochi drama reminded Ross Brawn of 2000 German GP

The late drama that unfolded in Sochi reminded Ross Brawn when Rubens Barrichello won the 2000 German Grand Prix. The Russian Grand Prix appeared to be the first F1 race won by Lando Norris, with the Mclaren man leading for the majority. This changed when the rain started to fall, …

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House approves funding for Israel’s Iron Dome

WASHINGTON – The House Thursday by an overwhelming majority approved $ 1 billion in new funding for Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system, after a debate that revealed bitter divisions among Democrats over US policy towards one of its closest allies. The vote was 420: 9 to help Israel replace …

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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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Meet the executive behind Netflix’s global expansion

After Netflix executive Bela Bajaria watched a 2017 documentary titled “A Suitable Girl”, about arranged marriages in India, and spoke with one of its directors, something clicked. Her parents had previously set up dates for Bajaria with potential suitors, and she knew the stakes were much higher than what you …

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Watching TV during the pandemic

The last movie I saw before the pandemic closed New York in March 2020 was by Jia Zhangke Ash is the purest white (2018). Since I discovered Zhangke, I have tried to see all of his films, whether in the cinema or on the computer. Zhangke is part of the …

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Maze & Eve’s Wedding Day Encounter Some Problems (RECAP)

[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for Lucifer Season 6, Episode 7 “My Best Fiend’s Wedding.”] “Drama? It’s Maze and great feelings, what could go wrong,” asks Amenadiel (DB Woodside) as everyone prepares for the demon (Lesley-Ann Brandt) and Eve (Inbar Lavi) on Lucifer. And yes, something is wrong. What …

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USMNT meets Honduras after a week to forget

SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras – Even for the most assertive players and talented teams, a maiden voyage into the heightened drama of the World Cup qualifying tournament in North and Central America can feel like a splash of water cold in the face. Here, the world rankings tend to lose …

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Naomi Osaka advances in “sad” drama

Naomi Osaka stepped forward when Olga Danilovic was forced to step down. Image: Getty Naomi Osaka qualified for the third round of the US Open Wednesday without having to enter the field after the withdrawal of the Serbian qualification Olga Danilovic due to illness. The 23-year-old third seed, chasing his …

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“Promise Fulfilled” by author Fikre Tolossa, Ph.D., is a script in verse about the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.

MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) August 27, 2021 “Promise Fulfilled”, an epic rhyming piece dramatizing the life of Jesus Christ with a unique focus on the role of the Ethiopian Empire in biblical history. “Promise Fulfilled” is the creation of published author Fikre Tolossa, Ph.D., an Ethiopian-born poet and playwright currently professor …

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Blue Ant takes the rights to “Spirit To Soar”; OSN & Discovery in Beyond MENA deals; DocuBay takes factual broadcasts – TBI Vision

Spirit to fly away Blue Ant takes the rights to “Spirit To Soar” Toronto-based Blue Ant International has acquired the worldwide distribution rights to Spirit To Soar, a documentary on racism against Indigenous peoples in Canada. The 1 x 60 minute documentary follows Anishinaabe storyteller and journalist Tanya Talaga as …

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Toronto unveils its first batch of selections

07/21/2021 – The new titles of Fabrice du Welz, Mélanie Laurent, Bent Hamer and Kenneth Branagh will be previewed in the Gala and Special Presentations sections of TIFF Inexorable by Fabrice du Welz the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) announced the first batch of films from its official selection, which …

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Hamilton’s cast confirmed for London’s West End

Jeffrey Seller and Cameron Mackintosh, producers of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s West End production of HAMILTON, are delighted to announce the full cast for return performances which will begin on August 19, 2021 at the Victoria Palace Theater. Foreground Karl Queensborough and the cast of Hamilton’s West End. Photo credit Matt Murphy. …

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“The Age of Bees” will be presented at Monmouth

The Monmouth Theater is planning to present the Maine premiere of Tira Palmquist’s “Age of Bees,” a strangely premonitory drama written in 2008 about a global pandemic and its impact on people, the planet and, most importantly, bees. The play begins at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday July 22, other performances …

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10 directors turned actors

While it’s common for actors like Clint Eastwood, Ben Affleck, and Angelina Jolie to eventually want to get behind the camera and have more creative control over their projects, it’s less common for directors to want to go behind the camera. It stands to reason that directors know a bit …

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Great Falls Rotary celebrates 10 years

Founding Members: Chris Massey, Jeff Thinnes, Kevin Crabtree, Gary Pan, Barry Broadway, Eileen Curtis, John Burke, Marc Andersen, Michael Broyles, Connie Sawtell. Contributed photo Ten years is an anniversary to celebrate, and Great Falls Rotary has done it with flying colors. A gala reception at the River Bend Country Club …

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Strawberry Festival, outdoor markets, theater and more

Every Thursday, we offer you suggestions for things to do in the coming days. Let’s face it: on the weekends we are all ready for fun, relaxation and entertainment. This week, the choice is vast: Want to attend a theatrical engagement? Consider “The African Company Presents Richard III,” presented by …

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A thrilling finish for The Ocean Race Europe

In Genoa, Italy, the first The Ocean Race Europe, made up of an international fleet of 12 yachts representing nine countries, ended in sensational fashion with Mirpuri Foundation Racing Team and Offshore Team Germany winning overall titles in the respective classes VO65 and IMOCA 60. Start the last day of …

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Kable 1 in Germany asks “Where is the money going”; Cineflix Signs Global Coroner Agreements and Acquires S4 Rights; TVF International unveils its summer list – TBI Vision

Where does the money go German Kable 1 asks “Where is the money going” German broadcaster Kable 1 has ordered a local adaptation of the Dutch factual format of Skyhigh TV Where does the money go (a.k.a Ãœber Geld Spricht Man Doch), following an agreement with Amsterdam-based distributor Lineup Industries, …

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Fawad Chaudhry for Pakistan-German Film and Drama Joint Ventures

Federal Minister of Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain on Thursday stressed the need for joint ventures between Germany and Pakistan in the fields of film and drama productions. The Minister, during a meeting with German Ambassador Bernhard Stephan Schlagheck, said they would like German filmmakers and film producers to …

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