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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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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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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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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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Pedro Almodóvar’s soap opera features stunning performance by Penélope Cruz

Parallel mothers is proof that Pedro Almodóvar remains a major cinematographic force. Its screenplay is enhanced by the captivating performances of Penélope Cruz and Milena Smit. His soap opera melodrama sometimes plays a little too loud, though Parallel mothers remains a wonderful addition to Almodóvar’s filmography that shocks, intrigues and …

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It’s a Wonderful Life & 8 More Christmas Movies Streaming For Free On Plex Right Now

In the past, CinemaBlend has partnered with Plex to talk about the free streaming service’s offerings, from romantic movies to Oscar nominated movies, and pretty much everything and everything in between. In honor of the holiday season, we’ve teamed up with the platform again, but this time to talk about …

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Skylab Movie Review: A Wobbly Humor Musical Drama

Actors: Satyadev Kancharana, Nithya Menen and others Director: Vishvak Khanderao Running time: 148 minutes Rating: 2.5 / 5 From the start, the narrator says that the people of Bandalingampally (the village of Telangana where the story of “Skylab” takes place) are unlike any other. The staging makes the audience believe …

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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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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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Where was the Christmas stream filmed? Is the Netflix movie a true story?

Starring Tayc, Shirine Boutella and Marion Séclin, Netflix’s “Christmas Flow” is a romantic comedy vacation series that tells the heartwarming love story of two people from very different backgrounds. Marcus is a well-known rapper and celebrity who is accused of inciting violence against women after winning the award for best …

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“Tic, Tic… Boom!”, Review: The hole at the center of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s film and musical adaptation

The late Jonathan Larson was more than a great lyricist and composer; he was also a force of nature in musical performance. In Lin-Manuel Miranda’s film about Larson’s quasi-autobiographical solo exhibition “Tick, Tick. . . Boom! Andrew Garfield plays the singer-songwriter; he sings merrily and frolics with energy and uninhibited …

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Best San Diego Weekend Events: November 11-16

Here are the main events taking place in San Diego from Thursday, November 11 through Tuesday, November 16. Thursday November 11 Veterans Day at Social Punch Bowl Punch Bowl Social celebrates veterans and active duty military personnel with one hour of free activities. Enjoy bowling, vintage arcade games, giant scrabble, …

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“Eternals”, Review: Chloe Zhao’s Lifeless Marvel Movie

The word “author” designates both independent filmmakers displaying their originality under conditions of artistic freedom and filmmakers who assert their individuality within the confines of the studio system. Chloé Zhao, the director of “Nomadland”, has always been the first kind of author, and with “Eternals”, which comes out today, she …

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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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When directors tell their stories of origin

The new films “The Souvenir Part II” and “Bergman Island” are both films by modern masters that not only delve into the process of making, but also draw inspiration from the personal lives of the filmmakers themselves. Seems familiar? Self-reflective films like these practically serve as an author’s rites of …

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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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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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10 great Italian movies and how to watch them

It sounds like a cliché some freshman film school students would use, but Italian cinema is where it is. The style, subject and general atmosphere of classic Italian films like 8 ½, Italian wedding, and Once upon a Time in the West is something that many have attempted to replicate …

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Halloween Fest is coming to Seaside Heights

Seaside Heights announced its very first Halloween Fest on October 22-23. The event will take place on the promenade (or “Boo-walk”) and at the “Petrified Pavilion of the Carrousel”. Mayor Anthony Vaz said: “We are delighted to present this year a family friendly Halloween event for everyone to enjoy. We …

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“I’m Your Man” bet on the release of the platform, a strong word of mouth for the German international. entry to the Oscars; ‘Man In The Field’ Highlights Artist Jim Denevan – Specialty Sneak Peek

Bleecker Street I am your man opens on 12 screens in seven markets, expanding to 15 more next week in a rare platform release that builds strong word of mouth for the well-rated 94% Certified Fresh film which is the entry to the ‘Germany for the International Feature Films Race …

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Bring less dystopian sci-fi Apple TV +

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

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Organizers Prepare for FEAST Street Food Festival at South Shields Market – Armenian, Greek, Caribbean and German dishes will be offered at the inaugural event

The event will take place at South Shields Market. A variety of street food vendors will set up shop in the market square, which will be transformed into a mini festival with a performance area for family entertainment. The event – FEAST – takes place on Friday and Saturday September …

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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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Digital Motorsports Launches New Technology and Digital Motorsports World Cup at ADAC Expo in Germany ESE’s Digital Motorsports brand participates in ADAC SimRacing Expo at Nürburgring in Germany starting September 17

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, September 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – ESE Entertainment Inc. (TSXV: ESE) (OTCQB: ENTEF) (the “Society” Where “ESE”) Is pleased to announce its participation in the ADAC SimRacing Expo, which will take place on the Nürburgring circuit in Germany from September 17th.e to 19e, over more than 8,000 …

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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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Adventureland: 10 best songs from the movie

Music is a major component of Greg Mottola’s summer 2009 indie classic, Land of adventure, which takes place in a theme park in Pennsylvania. The characters wear Neil Young and Hüsker Dü t-shirts, mixtapes, listen to vinyl records and discuss the rumor of an Adventureland employee jam session with legendary …

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SF Jewish Film Fest returns, just as timely

The 41st San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, which opens this week, looks back to the past to gain a better historical perspective on the present and quite possibly the future. This theme emerges in several of the program’s more than 50 feature films, a list dominated by narrative films inspired …

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Four must-see LGBTIQ + film festivals in Europe

Much of Europe is very welcoming to LGBTIQ + tourists, with vibrant nightlife scenes and a plethora of cultural events geared towards the LGBTIQ + community. These not only include pride celebrations, but also tours, exhibitions and film festivals. So if you are an LGBTIQ + movie fan, here are …

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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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