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European Film Academy President Agnieszka Holland slams Cannes Film Festival for including Russian film

Placeholder while loading article actions Director Agnieszka Holland, President of the european film academy, criticized the Cannes Film Festival for including a Russian entry in this year’s main competition. “Tchaikovsky’s Wife,” which premiered on Wednesday and is one of 21 films vying for the Palme d’Orwas directed by Kirill Serebrennikov …

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Sony snags Turkish and Korean remake rights to ‘Mama Se Fue De Viaje’ – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Sony Pictures International Productions (SPIP) set to remake Ariel Winograd’s Argentinian comedy Mama Se Fue De Viaje (Ten days without mom) in Turkey and South Korea. The local-language production arm of Sony Pictures Entertainment Motion Picture Group has tapped FilmSharks subsidiary The Remake Co. for the rights, after remaking …

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Georgia Election Officials Challenge Film’s Voter Fraud Allegations

ATLANTE The Republican head of the Georgia Elections Commission said Tuesday that a newly released film alleging ballots were illegally collected and cast in the 2020 presidential election incorrectly suggests there were dozens of thousands of illegitimate votes in the state. Still, State Election Board Chairman Matt Mashburn has promised …

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Adele Haenel quits film industry, says she’s ‘racist and patriarchal’

“By leaving this industry for good, I want to participate in another world, in another cinema,” the actress said. Adèle Haenel captivated the film world with her stunning performance in Céline Sciamma’s ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’, but hasn’t appeared in a film since 2019. If the French actress …

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Today in History: On May 14, the Freedom Riders attacked

Today in History Today is Saturday, May 14, the 134th day of 2022. There are 231 days left in the… Today in History Today is Saturday, May 14, the 134th day of 2022. There are 231 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On May 14, 1940, …

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Blaze, Lynch/Oz and Mystery Road: 10 films to see at the Sydney Film Festival 2022 | Sydney Film Festival 2022

After a hairy few years for the Sydney Film Festival – postponed to 2021 after one online only installment in 2020 – things appear to be more or less back to normal, with the event taking place June 8-19 and featuring its first full schedule since 2019. As usual, the …

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Russia-Ukraine live updates: Putin defends his war

For the second time in less than a decade, Elvira Nabiullina is leading the Russian economy into dangerous waters. In 2014, faced with the collapse of the ruble and soaring inflation after barely a year as head of the Central Bank of Russia, Ms Nabiullina forced the institution into the …

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Today in History: Today is Saturday, May 7, the 127th day of 2022.

By The Associated Press Today’s highlight in the story: On May 7, 1945, Germany signed an unconditional surrender at Allied Headquarters in Reims (rams), France, ending its role in World War II. To this date : In 1889, Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore opened its doors. In 1915, a German …

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The MFAH preserves the painting of Bernardo Bellotto

MFAH said he rightfully owned “Marketplace at Pirna” while grandchildren of a previous owner argued that he should be returned due to how he left their heir. HOUSTON — A fight over an 18th century painting has Houston Museum of Fine Arts in federal court earlier this year, but a …

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Latest news on the Russian-Ukrainian war: live updates

The footage shows a child wearing a makeshift diaper made from duct tape and plastic bags, asleep in a damp, moldy room. An elderly woman with a bandaged head is seen wearing a uniform jacket, once worn by steelworks workers, as she shakes uncontrollably. And little children make plaintive demands. …

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Filmmaker Serebrennikov says Russia is “killing itself” in Ukraine

Berlin (AFP) – Russia is self-destructing with its war in Ukraine, according to film and theater director Kirill Serebrennikov, who said domestic support for the invasion was the result of “many years of terrible propaganda”. Speaking to AFP in Berlin, his new home, Serebrennikov, the Russian son of a Jewish …

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A musical celebrates harmonist comedians

What explains the intermittent but enduring appeal of the Comedian Harmonists, a male sextet that flourished in Weimar, Germany? Largely forgotten until the 1970s, the band spawned tribute bands, inspired plays and movies, and obsessed pop star Barry Manilow. The Harmonists’ unusual fusion of precise harmonies and ancient humor made …

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‘Great Freedom’ movie review: Franz Rogowski stars as a German imprisoned for being gay

Placeholder while loading article actions StarSolidStarSolidStarSolidStarSolid(4 stars) “The Great Freedom” takes place between 1945, the day after the Nazi concentration camps were liberated by the Allies, and 1969, when Germany’s law criminalizing sex between men – first instituted in 1871 and known as of Paragraph 175 — has been partially …

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Global Biodegradable Mulching Films Market to Reach $83.6 Million by 2026

Global competitiveness and percentage market shares of main competitors Market presence in multiple geographies – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial Peer-to-peer collaborative online interactive updates Access to our digital archives and the MarketGlass research platform Free updates for one year Editing: ten; Published: February 2022Executive Pool: 3012Companies: 40 – Players covered include Armando Alvarez …

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7 of the coolest bookstores in Germany

Reading the latest bestseller or even an old classic on a tablet is handy if you’re traveling, but for some people there’s no greater joy than a physical book. Here are some of our favorite bookstores to visit in Germany, for avid readers and bookworms. The best places to buy …

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Will this satirical film help you understand what is happening in Ukraine? Somehow.

In the flood of media coverage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in recent weeks, one particular type of story keeps cropping up. It’s a story of propaganda, large swaths of a nation fed a story about what’s happening in Ukraine – Putin’s lie about liberating a country overrun by …

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PVDC Coated Films Market Size, Trends and Forecasts

New Jersey, United States – Verified Market Research provides an encyclopedic study of PVDC Coated Films Market with holistic information about important factors and aspects impacting the future growth of the market. The PVDC Coated Films Market has been analyzed for the forecast period 2022-2029 and the historical period 2015-2021. …

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Operation Mincemeat: The Startling Story of the Deception that Fooled Hitler and Helped Win the War | Movies

In a small underground office of the Admiralty, a group of men and women wait in an agonizing state of expectation. Allied forces land in Sicily, and this small group of intelligence agents have just bet the invasion – tens of thousands of lives – on a wacky spy involving …

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Things to do, movies, LA, OC: Jennifer Lopez, Selena

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 other COVID-19 protocols. “The Adventures of Robin Hood” with “Captain Blood”Errol …

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Cannes Film Festival expects 90% of industry to attend in person – Deadline

The Cannes Film Festival has said it expects in-person industry attendance at its 2022 edition to be “much higher than last year”, with the vast majority of delegates expected to make the trip. Last year, the French festival saw 10,000 total registrations for its market, split roughly evenly between on-site …

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Hollywood-Inspired Fantasy Novels

Kim Newman is best known for his alternate historical vampire novels in the Anno Dracula series, but he wrote, “Something more than the night(2021), a stand-alone that brings together Raymond Chandler and Boris Karloff. It’s both a tough, classic tale and an urban fantasy set in Hollywood’s Golden Age. “Only …

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Russia demands payment for natural gas in rubles, and it could push Germany – Europe’s largest economy – into an economic crisis

Russian President Vladimir Putin.Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images Germany has activated an emergency plan to deal with disruptions to its natural gas supply. Europe’s largest economy is heavily dependent on Russia for natural gas. The Germans would have to ration natural gas if supplies ran out. Germany – Europe’s largest economy – …

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The new director of the Susan B. Anthony Institute reflects on her career and her projects: NewsCenter

March 29, 2022 June Hwang, an associate professor of German and film studies, will be the new director of the University’s Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies. (Photo University of Rochester/J. Adam Fenster) June Hwang brings her full personality — …

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Today in History – StarTribune.com

Today in History Today is Sunday, March 27, the 86th day of 2022. There are 279 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On March 27, 1977, in aviation’s worst disaster, 583 people were killed when a KLM Boeing 747, attempting to take off in thick fog, …

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War drives thousands of Afghan refugees from Ukraine

Three weeks ago Haseeb Noori became a refugee – for the second time. The 45-year-old Afghan lawyer was living with his wife and five children in a makeshift refugee camp near the Ukraine-Slovakia border when Russian bombs started falling. “My kids freaked out and we decided to leave and head …

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Inventing Anna: Major update after real life Anna Delvey was reportedly deported to Germany

March 15, 2022 – 22:40 GMT Emmy Griffiths An ICE spokesperson released a statement after it was reported that Anna Delvey had been deported to Germany Invent Anna is the show everyone’s talking about on Netflix – and has left us all googling where Anna Delvey’s real life …

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Yuriko, keeper of Martha Graham’s flame, dies at 102

During World War II, she, along with many other people of Japanese ancestry, was held in a federal internment camp. While at Gila River Relocation Camp on the Pima Indian Reservation in the Arizona desert, she was granted permission to run a dance school. When she was released in 1943, …

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On the map: Ingomar | Yourcentralvalley.com

There’s no business like show business, is there? Today I have the story of a place whose name went from being on the poster to being on the map. The Son of the Wild, or Der Sohn Der Wildnis, if you like the German translation. It was a play. It …

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The Bolzano Film Festival Bozen will take place in German and Italian

03/09/2022 – The 35th edition of the festival will take place from April 5 to 10 and will offer 8 feature films and 8 documentaries from Italy, Germany, Switzerland and Austria, as well as a focus on Albania and Kosovo Atlas by Niccolò Castelli “After two difficult years, we were …

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“Inventing Anna” features a fictionalized story of a real con heiress

You might recognize Emmy-winning Julia Garner’s face and distinctly nasal voice from “Ozark,” but in all nine episodes of “Inventing Anna,” she plays the enigmatic con artist Anna Sorokin – aka Ann Delvey. . For years cheeky Anna posed as the daughter of a German tycoon, gliding through Manhattan’s lavish …

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From The Batman to Hannah Gadsby: A Complete Guide to This Week’s Entertainment | Culture

Exit: Movie theater The Batmanout nowThe cast couldn’t be juicier: who wouldn’t want to see Robert Pattinson, one of our most unpredictable actors, face off against the no more charismatic Zoë Kravitz (above) and always intriguing Paul Dano? The fact that they play Bat, Cat, and Riddler in Gotham City’s …

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Hulu’s Theranos docu-series ‘The Dropout’ is like watching a car crash in slow motion – TechCrunch

Just because you know how the story ends doesn’t mean it’s not fun how it all went so wrong. It’s the premise of an entire emerging genre of media, mostly produced by streaming platforms, that tells the most salacious stories of tech, startups, and wealth gone wrong. Hulu’s “The Dropout,” …

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Epic Cycling, Rough Climbs and Elemental Suffering: The Banff Mountain Film Festival | adventure travel

Jhe last two years have been difficult at times for those who enjoy outdoor sports. Climbers with no rocks at their doorstep have damaged their elbows hanging from the doorframes. Riders have invested in indoor training machines. For many, getting out means running through nearby parks and rushing to hills …

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Last war in Ukraine: Kiev orders curfew to counter Russian “saboteurs”

The United States has joined the EU and the United Kingdom in freezing the assets of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his foreign minister, as part of a new sanctions package intended to strengthen the response of the West to Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine. President Joe Biden announced the sanctions …

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Review of short films nominated for the 2022 Oscars: small stories, big ideas

With three out of five nominees, Netflix almost takes center stage in this year’s short documentary category, but one of those three stands out. “Audible,” directed by Matt Ogens, observes the Maryland School for the Deaf high school football team, focusing on one player, Amaree McKenstry. His final year is …

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‘Grease’ ready for the MHS stage March 3-6 | News

MONTICELLO – None of the Monticello High School actors were alive when ‘Grease’ was a hit 1978 movie starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John But they’re still big fans of it and are as excited to perform it March 3-6 as anything they’ve done in their theater careers. Senior Sophie …

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‘Sir. Review of Bachmann and his class: learning from the best

The students in Dieter Bachmann’s class are sometimes bored. They’re in sixth grade, so that’s to be expected, though there’s a good chance these teenagers, watched by the filmmaker Maria Speth during the 2016-17 school year, are less bored than most of their peers, thanks to their energetic and unconventional …

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Olympics Live: Medal Count and Winter Games Updates

The Jamaican four-man bobsled during a training session on Thursday. Credit…Thomas Pierre/Reuters When Jamaica’s four-man bobsled team made its Olympic debut in 1988, the story inspired the much-loved Disney film ‘Cool Runnings’ – and Jamaica’s unlikely underdogs helped acquaint the masses with this unique sport. And on Saturday, for the …

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Swiss films awarded at the Berlinale

Cyril Schäublin won the Best Director award in the ‘Encounters’ category for his film Unrueh (Troubles) at the 72nd Berlinale International Film Festival Berlin Keystone / Andreas Rentz / Pool Three Swiss films received special prizes at 72n/a Berlinale Film Festival in the German capital. This content was published on …

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Case against Swedes accused of disturbing the wreckage of Estonia

A Swedish appeals court on Tuesday ordered a district court to retry a case against two filmmakers accused of disrupting the Estonia ferry that sank in the Baltic Sea in 1994 with the loss of 852 lives. In 2021, the lower court dismissed charges of disturbing a sea grave against …

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A German film sheds light on the place of Turkish migrants in today’s Germany

BERLIN, Feb 13 (Reuters) – A film about a German-Turkish mother’s quest to free her son from Guantanamo prison raises questions about Germany’s attitude towards the millions of Turkish migrants who have taken up residence in the country, although many are not citizens. German director Andreas Dresen’s film, “Rabiye Kurnaz …

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Berlinale opening film explores #Metoo issues of power and control

BERLIN, Feb 10 (Reuters) – French director François Ozon’s ‘Peter von Kant’ – a film about a director’s possessive relationship with a young actor – explores the power directors have over actors: a question that resonates strongly in the #MeToo era, Ozon said. In the film, which premiered Thursday at …

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the 5 “cruelest” dogs to raise

It’s the ASPCA ad that’s hard to watch and, at one point, hard to avoid: Sarah McLachlan’s “Angel” kicks in and heartbreaking images of dogs flicker across the screen. In Norway, the campaign against animal cruelty took a different turn with the banning of the breeding of two types of …

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Mel Mermelstein, Holocaust survivor who sued Holocaust deniers, dies at 95

He submitted a notarized account of seeing Nazi guards lock his mother and sisters in a gas chamber. In his book, he recounts his last conversation with his father: “’Your mother and sisters are…’ He paused for a moment, unable to continue. “And you mustn’t fret about their fate. Yes …

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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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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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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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“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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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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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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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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‘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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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What real-time indicators suggest about Omicron’s economic impact

January 1, 2022 WHAT IS THE the economic impact of Omicron? The latest variant of the coronavirus has unleashed at such a ferocious pace that forecasters are still catching their breath, and it will be some time before its economic effects become apparent in official data, which is released with …

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The book, film and art that made headlines in China in 2021

FFrom “Western aesthetics” to “revisionist stories”, Chinese politics and society in 2021 – just like in recent years – were opposed to certain ideas and representations. There is always another book on a “sensitive” subject like the Alliance of Eight Nations or a film featuring the United States that will …

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Rand Paul mocks Democrats for failing to get marijuana bank to Festivus annual list of grievances

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) says it has cracked the code to identify the type of emojis young people use to talk about buying and selling illicit drugs. But in classic ‘how do you do with other kids’ fashion, the federal agency doesn’t seem to have the strongest grasp of …

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Germany tightens COVID-19 controls but keeps cinemas open – The Hollywood Reporter

Germany has decided to tighten its coronavirus regulations, restricting public gatherings and limiting the number of people who can meet in private, in a bid to prevent another deadly wave of COVID-19 infections don’t overwhelm national health services here. But the new measures, announced Tuesday evening, will not include the …

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Spread it or skip it?

When we looked at Yellowstone Three years ago, we had no idea this would be the monster he would become. The history of the Duttons has been compelling enough to attract the first Walking Deadsmall audiences, so the idea of ​​a family prequel seemed like a good idea. 1883 is …

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The ghosts of Weimar: Is Weimar Germany a warning from history?

The ghosts of Weimar are back. Awakened by the rise of right-wing populist parties across Europe and beyond, they warn of the danger to democracy. The historical reference point evoked by these warnings is the collapse of the Weimar Republic followed by the Nazi dictatorship. The link between now and …

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Ghanaian director Kuukua Eshun obtains the premiere of her film “Unveiling” in a German museum

This film was commissioned by the ANO Institute of Arts & Knowledge and premiered at the Museum Ostwall Im Dortmunder U on December 10 and will be screened until March 6. This same museum houses works by the famous Pablo Picasso and the famous Ghanaian artist El Anatsui. This film …

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The King’s Man is a deranged spy prequel that kicks off the story

Ralph Fiennes runs at full speed in The King’s Man. 20th century studios Do you know what history lessons need? No more fights. New movie The king’s man is a boisterous, obscene, and pretty demented adventure through the politics and tragedy of the past, a comedic and often quite disturbing …

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Taapsee Pannu star Looop Lapeta to release on Netflix, actor says ‘time to run’

Taapsee Pannu revealed on Monday that his upcoming movie Looop Lapeta is headed for digital release on Netflix. She made the announcement with a movement poster with the caption “Time is running out and it’s time to run.” Looop Lapeta is the official Hindi remake of the German movie Run …

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Montana Land War Pilot Commemorated in French Film | Montana News

By HEIDI DESCH, Whitefish Pilot WHITE FISH, Mont. (AP) – Air Force pilot Norbert Herriges was on a mission over Pourrières, France on August 12, 1944, when he was shot down by a German fighter pilot. Herriges managed to get out of his Thunderbolt, but his parachute did not open …

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Where to find holiday markets around Baltimore this month – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – As the holiday season approaches, holiday markets are starting to pop up all over the Baltimore area. Holiday markets are warm, fun, and give local small businesses a chance to shine. Charm City is home to many wonderful holiday markets that bring together delicious food, gorgeous decorations, …

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Sundance, Berlin fear Omicron but resist virtual (so far) – The Hollywood Reporter

On December 5, the cast of Netflix Do not seek converged on the Jazz at Lincoln Center stage for the film’s glitzy world premiere. With stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep, director Adam McKay recalled the night of March 11, 2020, when everything changed. “We were in Boston …

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Broadbent of the Bank of England soon sees inflation above 5%; markets rally as Omicron fears fade – as happened | Business

Here are the main stories from today: Bank of England chief monetary policy officer says inflation is set to rise ‘comfortably’ above 5% next spring when energy regulator Ofgem raises price cap affecting millions of households . Record levels of job vacancies are also expected to persist longer than expected, …

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Porsche invests in German startup aiming to be a one-stop-shop for carbon neutral homes

Porsche’s venture capital arm has taken a minority stake in 1Komma5, a five-month German startup aimed at providing households with everything they need for a carbon-neutral home, including energy storage, infrastructure charging for electric vehicles and solar energy. The investment, the amount of which was not disclosed, follows a series …

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Browser apps that teach you languages ​​while you stream

Great as shown with Dualsub Arabic subtitles above Hulu standard English subtitles. Photo: Hulu binge-watching Narcos a few weeks ago, taught me two things: (1) to become a Colombian drug lord, you have to be prepared to smuggle cocaine into just about anything, including airplane tires, and (2) I have …

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From Hollywood to Detroit, pandemic-tired companies cautious about Omicron

Nov. 29 (Reuters) – Companies tired by the pandemic struggled to assess the impact of the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus on Monday, with industries from Hollywood movie studios to airlines and automobiles awaiting more details to help determine how it might affect their operations and profits. The World …

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Community: 10 Best Teachers in Greendale

Community was a comedy series created by Dan Harmon and spanned six seasons. It’s become a cult hit and its loyal fan base keeps coming back to Greendale over and over again through countless binge-watching. What made the show break through conventional sitcom tropes was the way the show’s runners …

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Is “A Quiet Place” a silent film? – Manila Bulletin

Liza Dino (ABS-CBN) I asked a naughty question that amused the members of the international panel. I wondered aloud if the seasoned silent film enthusiasts behind the 15th Manila International Silent Film Festival (ISFFM) could regard the popular films, “A Quiet Place” 1 and 2, as silent films. The lady …

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Hancock County to Ring During Holiday Season – The Daily Reporter

Christmas bulbs, inside Small Town Shoppes, set the tone for the 2017 Christmas Walk in New Palestine. The festivities this year in New Palestine are December 11. Photo file GREENFIELD – Hancock County is definitely on Santa’s beautiful list this year with holiday festivities on the horizon. With many events …

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Akil Gulf German Film Festival returns this month

Cinema Akil has announced the return of the Gulf German Film Festival, which will begin on November 26. This is the second time that the independent cinema on Alserkal Avenue has teamed up with the German Embassy in Abu Dhabi and the Goethe-Institut of the Gulf Region to present a …

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ISFFM 2021 brings the love of cinema to life – Manila bulletin

Silence still rumbles at 3 p.m.! Before all of the detailed dialogue, roaring sound effects and even 5D cinema that amplified our viewing experience, in the ‘silent years’ of 1910-1927, movies had only pictures and contained no sound. recorded synchronized. A silent film follows a format invented in 1860, but …

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Broken women, made whole on stage

HAMBURG, Germany – Anyone who has seen the 2020 film “Pieces of a Woman”, on Netflix or on the big screen, won’t soon forget its 22-minute single-take opening scene of a home birth. For those who haven’t seen Kornel Mundruczo’s film yet, I won’t give too much away by saying …

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Ridiculous $ 350 million luxury jet has balcony and nightclub

Picture: Lufthansa Technik The maintenance, repair and overhaul branch of German Airline company Lufthansa has probably the most ridiculous news you’ll read all day. Its Explorer concept transforms an Airbus A330 into a private jet on the model of a superyacht, with a balcony, a nightclub and a glass floor. …

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Pressure Sensitive Films Market Size and Outlook 2028 | Major Companies – Tekscan (US), Fujifilm Corporation (Japan), Sensor Expert (US), Bestech Australia Pty.Ltd (Australia), Surface Armor LLC Visit Website (US), Liberty Industries, Inc . (Germany), Sun Process Converting, Inc (USA), Converters,

New Jersey, United States, – A recent market research report added to the repository of verified market reports is an in-depth analysis of the Pressure Sensitive Films Market. Based on the analysis of the historical growth and current scenario of the Pressure Sensitive Films market, the report intends to offer …

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Offer a tribute to Joe Kapp – Monterey Herald

For 12 years, I have been researching Salinas and its history. Over the decade, I have learned incredible stories from individuals who grew up in Salinas and overcame many obstacles to reach the highest levels of their respected professions. Growing up in East Salinas, I attended El Sausal College, but …

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Sixty years of Turkish “guest workers” in Germany

November 6, 2021 COLOGNE AND DÃœSSELDORF IT WASN’T poverty or ambition which drew Irfan Demirbilek to Germany from Turkey in 1968, but the lure of his splendid cars. One day spotting a queue outside an employment office in Istanbul, Mr. Demirbilek, an electrician who had long dreamed of having his …

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Thirty films that expand the art of musical comedy

Cinema musicals are back in vogue. This year’s biggest releases so far include Jon M. Chu’s film from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “In the Heights,” Leos Carax’s “Annette” and an adaptation of the recent Broadway hit “Dear Evan Hansen. “. Still to come is another production from Miranda, “Tick, Tick.” . . …

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Details of Baldwin’s filming revealed in affidavit

ALBUQUERQUE – Alec Baldwin was rehearsing a scene that involved pointing a revolver “at the camera lens” when the pistol – which the team had learned did not contain live ammunition – suddenly went off and killed the director of photography, according to the film’s director, who was quoted in …

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Zimbabwean author wins German award

VIENNA – Accepting a prestigious German award on Sunday in honor of her work, Zimbabwean writer and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga called for a “new Enlightenment”, saying fundamental change is needed to overcome the structures of the racial hierarchy that have led to violence in his home country and across the …

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Weird or funny? – Suburban times

Submitted by Susanne Bacon. Friendly clowns like these shaped my childhood and are still common at German carnival events. (Photo: Ben Wicks @ unsplash.com/) I must have been four or five years old when a small traveling circus came to our suburb in Germany. He pitched his tent with a …

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