Monthly Archives: September 2021

Halloween Kills to equal 13th record on special Friday

Halloween and Friday the 13th have always been equally beloved slasher franchises, but Michael Myers is close to tying an important record with Jason. The next Halloween kills is set to tie a major franchise record with Friday 13. These two long-running slasher franchises have been scaring and entertaining audiences …

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AR Rahman: “Who are the men to empower women?

Ahead of Expo 2020 Dubai, the composer-director tells us about the mentorship of the Firdaus Women’s Orchestra, harmony through collaboration, etc. AR Rahman doesn’t stop working. Among a multitude of upcoming projects such as Cobra, Atrangi Re, Ayalaan, Heropanti 2 and Ponniyin Selvan, the composer also collaborated with Expo 2020 …

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Kevin Smith reveals why Marvel can’t direct the movie

Following his breathtaking independent film debut with “Clarks” in 1994, Kevin Smith has written and directed nearly 13 films to date, one of the most important voices among filmmakers of his generation. Focuses on low budget products based on spiritual conversations. Smith’s success was broadcast on television, where he was …

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Autoradiography Films Market Size, Growth and Key Players – Carestream, GE Healthcare, Fujifilm, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Santa Cruz Biotechnology, MIDSCI, Diamed, LabScientific, Harvard Bioscience,

The Autoradiography Films Market The report offers high-quality information on key market trends, product types and their scope, competitive landscape and impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. The Autoradiography Films market study provides detailed market development prospects, market size and value overview, and popular business trends. This research examined several elements …

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Sierra / Affinity Appoints Kristen Figeroid Chief Executive Officer and Executive Vice President – Deadline

Former Sierra / Affinity Director Kristen Figeroid joins the company as Managing Director and Executive Vice President. In his new role, Figeroid will lead the day-to-day operations of the eOne branch and oversee all sales and partner service activities. Figeroid previously served as Sierra / Affinity’s executive vice president of …

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Steve Aoki inducted into Asian Hall of Fame

Everyone’s favorite cake-throwing DJ was inducted into the Asian Hall of Fame this week. Looking at his legacy, talent and philanthropy as an artist, Steve aoki is one of ten inductees who have been honored by this worldwide organization. He is one of the scientists, artists and performers of this …

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JaShaun St. John changes Hollywood and fashion

Within the framework of a vast cinematographic universe, Eternals is the reverse of an intimate film like Songs. Yet its reach and global reach allowed for Indigenous representation, which was sorely lacking in Hollywood. St. John describes the opportunity to enter the MCU as a dream come true, with resonance …

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The ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’ star

Antonia Eugenia “Nia” Vardalos (Greek: Αντωνία Ευγενία “Νία” Βαρντάλου; born September 24, 1962) is an actress, director, producer and screenwriter of Greek origin. She is best known for acting and writing the romantic comedy film My great Greek wedding (2002), which earned her Oscar nominations for Best Original Screenplay and …

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Eva Lanska’s award-winning film “Little French Fish” premiered on ShortsTV in Europe on Amazon Prime and other platforms on September 19th.

(September 22, 2021, JNS wire) London director Eva Lanska’s award-winning short Small french fish held its European premiere on the major shorts entertainment network ShortsTV on September 19, 2021. The film premiered on ShortsTV in North America on September 9, 2021 on DirecTV, AT&T U-Verse, Google Fiber, Frontier Communications and …

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The 10 best Wes Anderson characters ranked

In addition to the fact that “Rushmore” was Anderson’s groundbreaking film and gave Jason Schwartzman his career, Max Fischer feels like an important reflection on the director’s early work. Anderson’s debut film “Rushmore” and “Bottle Rocket” are full of ambitious dreamers, infamy-hungry people, and a cool, rebellious reputation. More than …

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A television show born of the pandemic

Piolo Pascual in the role of Francis Coronel. Pictures © HBO Asia Seven years ago, only a few people living outside the Philippines would have heard of director Erik Matti or his crime thriller masterpiece On The Job, although it is a film that is likely to revive the kind …

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Flexible PVC Films Market Size, Forecast and Top Companies – Marvel Group, ChangZhou HuiSu QinYe Plastic Group, KP Packaging Ltd, Win Plastic Extrusions, LLC, Grafix Plastics, Walton Plastics

Sample download request Need for customization Price and purchase options New Jersey, United States, – The Flexible PVC Films Market report contains the most basic information on the market. This comprehensive report offers insights into the market, models and drivers of business growth. It also includes Flexible PVC Films market …

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How Chiurai reinvented the idea of ​​a library

The herald Zimbabwe-born artist Kudzanai Chiurai is a phenomenon. He is one of the most demanding and inventive figures in contemporary African art. From large-scale photos of fictional African rulers, to experimental films and protest posters, to rich oil paintings and minimal sculptures, his work is held in the best …

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Kudzanai Chiurai’s Library of Things We Forgot to Remember

The Library of Things We Forgot to Remember, is an archive of documents including vinyls, posters, paintings and more, taken from private African collections. (Anthea Pokroy / Courtesy of Kudzanai Chiurai) The Library is an interactive audiovisual archive of black resistance established by Zimbabwean artist Kudzanai Chiurai. In addition to …

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“Belfast” Wins Audience Award at Toronto Film Festival

Kenneth Branagh’s black-and-white drama “Belfast” won the People’s Choice Award at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival, TIFF reported on Saturday. The sweet drama, based on Branagh’s childhood in Northern Ireland, wowed Shasha Nakhai and Rich Williamson’s “Scarborough”, a tale of three low-income children who finished second, and Jane Campion’s …

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Georgia Latino Film Alliance and Festival (GALFA) Announces Appointment of Julie Ann Crommett as New Board Chair

Atlanta, GA, September 18, 2021 – (PR.com) – The Georgia Latino Film Alliance (GALFA) today announced the appointment of Julie Ann Crommett, nationally recognized industry thought leader and champion of equity, opportunity and representation in the film and entertainment industry as the new chairman of the board. Crommett will work …

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Rozálie Brožková | Programming profile

Rozálie BrožkováProducerVernesCzech RepublicPitching: Seniors What’s the biggest problem facing the animation industry?In the animation industry in the Czech Republic we have had a lot of success and investment in short films, but we do not have funding for feature films or series. This is on top of the fact that …

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Things to do around DC, September 16-19

Illustration by Melissa Santoyo. Hey everybody! We have a National Dance Day celebration, a crab feast, and tons of festivals. Are you all excited for National Dance Day ?! Here’s what you should check out this weekend: Movin ‘and groove: The Kennedy Center is partnering with Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton …

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Global trade moves to the digital economy

IF anything positive came out of the pandemic, it could be the accelerated transition to the digital economy. As mentioned earlier in this space, the health crisis has highlighted the weaknesses of our telecommunications infrastructure and underscored the urgency of developing quality Internet connectivity. But with quarantines still limiting travel, …

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Movies to watch if you love birds of prey

When a mission to establish an outpost on Earth goes haywire, an alien known as B-127 collapses from his wounds and transforms into a yellow Volkswagen Beetle. Years later, a young teenage girl named Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld) discovers the Beetle in a junkyard near a small Californian seaside town. In …

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