Monthly Archives: September 2022

Porto Arquiteturas Film Festival 2022 wants viewers to ‘slow down’

thief of light, Charlotte Airas. Photography: Arquiteturas Film Festival Porto Luz de Presenca, Diogo Costa Amarante. Photography: Arquiteturas Film Festival Porto Bawa Garden, Clara Kraft Isono. Photography: Arquiteturas Film Festival Porto remnants of memory, Jyl Johnstone. Photography: Arquiteturas Film Festival Porto Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto. Photography: …

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San Sebastián shines the spotlight on the revival of the Latin American film industry | New

According to festival director José Luis Rebordinos, this year’s San Sebastian International Film Festival has the most Latin American films in its official selection and in its markets. The line-up includes three titles in the official selection: two by Argentine directors – that of Manuel Abramovich Pornomelancholia and Diego Lerman …

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Predatory payday loan companies thrive amid unequal laws and stolen data | Local News

Special for the News Herald ASHEVILLE — As consumers lost their jobs and struggled to make ends meet during the COVID-19 pandemic, many turned to payday loans and other short-term solutions. This has not only allowed predatory lenders to thrive – many borrowers still face exorbitant interest rates and opaque …

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SC to Hear Pleas Tomorrow Challenging Hijab Ban in Educational Institutions in Karnataka

Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai congratulates Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan in Bangalore, September 18, 2022. (PTI) Five people have been arrested in Hyderabad for allegedly kidnapping two Bengaluru real estate brokers after posing as police officers and extorting Rs 11 lakh from them. On September 18, Bengaluru police identified those arrested …

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Excerpt from the movement MI ABUELA, QUEEN OF NIGHTMARES by Christine Stoddard at the Chashama Festival

A movement excerpt from Christine Stoddard’s play “Mi Abuela, Queen of Nightmares”, conceived by movement director Fiamma Piacentini for the playwright-directed Gene Frankel Theater, will be performed at Chashama Fest 2022 in Pine Plains, New York on October 1st. Performers will include Christine Stoddard (“Ancestor”), Amanda Andrews (“Jaguar”), Nicole Pascaretta …

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There’s no wrong way to interpret Neon Genesis Evangelion

Another reason “Evangelion” has so many different interpretations is the way it’s spread around the world. Many who watch it have to rely on subtitles to understand its Japanese dialogue or just watch it dubbed. Anime dubs are rarely accurate translations of the originals, as Japanese puns or cultural contexts …

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Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans triumphs in Toronto

09/19/2022 – Canadian film riceboy sleeps by Anthony Shim won in the competitive Platform section of the 47th TIFF The Fabelmans by Steven Spielberg For the 45e times, the public chose the winner at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), and it was The Fabelmans by Steven Spielberg which was voted …

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Cash Advance Apps vs Payday Loans: Which is Better?

(NerdWallet) – If you were asked to imagine a payday lender, you might think of a storefront in a strip mall with green dollar signs and neon slogans like “everyday payday “. You probably wouldn’t imagine a mobile app that advertises on TikTok and sports a colorful logo. But cash …

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[CELEB] Actor Ko Kyoung-pyo’s schedule couldn’t get busier

Actor Ko Kyoung-pyo [SIDUS PICTURES] Actor Ko Kyoung-pyo has released five films since May, including Netflix’s ‘Seoul Vibe’ and local box office hit ‘6/45’ – but the year isn’t over for the prolific actor. He is set to star in tvN’s new romantic comedy “Love in Contract” which will begin …

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10 Movies That Are Rated Too Low On Letterboxd, According To Reddit

Letterboxd has become the most interactive movie community on the internet and the ratings aren’t always fair when it comes to certain movies. Two recent horror films released in July/August, Nope and Orphan: first murderare both currently rated 4.0 and 3.0 respectively, reflecting a different average taste among Letterboxd members. …

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Walk Up (2022) by Hong Sang-soo

One of Hong Sang-soo’s sweetest works to date Among contemporary Korean filmmakers, Hong Sang-soo is as prolific as he is accomplished. Over the past 25 years, he’s directed over 30 features and shorts, and in recent years he’s snagged awards with almost every single one of them. At the 2020 …

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NEOM to host Saudi Arabia’s largest studio with industry-leading production incentive program

NEOM MEDIA VILLAGE – SAUDI ARABIA: Interior of the sound stage. NEOM Media Village NEOM, the highly anticipated futuristic region in northwest Saudi Arabia by the Red Sea in development, announced the opening of NEOM Media Village and Bajdah Desert Studios. Together, the structures will be the largest sound stages …

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How Employers Can Embrace FinTech for Financial Well-Being

By Aries PalaniappanFounder and CEO, Earnin Almost two-thirds of the American population lives from salary to salary, even among those earning six figures. These employees often rely on payday loans, cash advances, credit cards, and overdraft extensions to make ends meet while waiting for the rigid two- or four-week payday. …

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Whitney Houston Movie ‘I Wanna Dance With Somebody’ Gets Trailer, First Pictures

The first trailer has been released for “I Wanna Dance With Somebody,” the Whitney Houston biopic produced in collaboration with Houston Estate and Music Director Clive Davis. British actress Naomi Ackie stars as the New Jersey music legend in the TriStar Pictures film, directed by Kasi Lemmons (“Eve’s Bayou,” “Harriet”) …

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New York Festivals Advertising Awards Announce 2022 DE&I Winners

Zulu Alpha Kilo wins Gold/Bronze, Wunderman, Thompson Argentina wins Silver, Archana Mahadevan is DEI Personality of the Year and VMLY&R is DEI Agency of the Year NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, September 15, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — New York Festivals® The Advertising Awards has announced the DE&I Award winners selected by …

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Fall Anime Preview: All Anime Movies Coming to Theaters

There is so much to experience and enjoy in the world of anime when it comes to theatrical releases for American audiences. With highly anticipated new features such as One Piece Movie Red and the original feature debut from fan-favorite director Atsuko Ishizuka, the upcoming U.S. premiere of Hideaki Anno’s …

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New Nordic Storytelling Lab Seeks to Rewrite Finnish Drama Script

The Finnish Film Affair, a showcase for new films from the host country and the Nordic countries, will showcase TV series for the first time at this year’s event, which runs alongside the Helsinki International Film Festival — Love & Anarchy (HIFF). Along with the 26 feature and documentary projects …

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Michigan spent $2.5 million to be a rocket hub. Critics say it only produced hype

“It’s truly remarkable that someone is considering putting a heavy industrial facility [like a launch pad] on the coastline of the largest body of fresh water in the world,” said Dennis Ferraro, who lives about 3 miles from the selected site and leads the opposition group Citizens for a Safe …

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“We need more independent filmmakers”

Manish Mundra, the man behind Drishyam Films and famous movies like Ankhon Dekhi (2014), Massaan (2015) and Newton (2017), started in the petrochemical industry. Even as a child, Mundra says he was acutely aware that making movies costs money and that’s why he decided he would first make a lot …

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Third feature by Tora’s husband, Rima Das, to premiere in a row at TIFF

Rima Das attends the Tora’s Husband premiere during the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival Photo: Loudspeaker Media via Andrew Chin/Getty Images The world premiere of twice nationally awarded director Rima Das’ fourth Assamese feature film, Tora’s husbandreceived a heartwarming response during the 47e Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Tora’s husband …

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Barbarian and the Rise of the Airbnb Horror Movie

I’m someone who still loves Airbnb. I recently embarked on my first vacation in three years – a two-week European tour – and have booked Airbnbs for three out of four destinations. Unlike many people, who have no shortage of horror stories about their less than charming stays in dodgy …

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A new promotional film on Greek tourism will debut at Animasyros 2022

A tourist cartoon promoting Greece will officially launch the long-awaited Animasyros International Animation Festival which starts on September 20 on the island of Syrosand welcomes the best in the field. The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) said the new animated promotional video, which showcases Greece as an ever-evolving sustainable destination, …

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Soo Mich. Film Festival boasts 78 offers for its ninth year

Thirteen blocks made up of feature films and genres allow moviegoers to snack or binge Get in tune with the movies – the ninth annual Soo Film Festival runs Wednesday through Sunday, September 14-18, at the Bayliss Library and Soo Theater in Sault Ste. Mary Michigan. “This is our biggest …

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How climate change is changing the taste of wine

On a sunny, warm day in November 2021, Kaan Kurtural, a viticulture researcher at UC Davis, leads us to a plot of vines at the Oakville Experimental Vineyard in Napa Valley, nestled between nearby forest-covered hills other commercial vineyards. Since 2016, Kurtural and his colleagues have been monitoring 16 unique …

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Why Film Festivals Are Ditching Digital Screenings – The Hollywood Reporter

Film festivals are back in fashion. After two years of COVID-19 restrictions, the film’s return from A-list festivals in person has reminded us all of what we’ve been missing with all those pared-back, socially distanced, or online-only replacement events. The spirit and energy of in-person film festivals has returned with …

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How Incentives Boost PH Cinema’s Global Presence

The columnist with Balbuena and Thai producer Raymond Pathanavirangoon (center). Gone are the days when we only had one Filipino film competing in an A-list festival for any given year. For this year 2022 alone, a Filipino film has been presented in almost all major international film festivals. From local …

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These loans should be avoided..? Do you know why?

These loans should be avoided..!? Do you know why? Many people think they shouldn’t take out loans. But at the end of the month, we will be forced to take out loans. This will be unavoidable in middle-class families earning a monthly salary. However, experts say they can avoid taking …

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Weird Al Gets The Weird Al Treatment In New Biopic

TORONTO — When a bespectacled young Al Yankovic picked up an accordion, few – especially Al himself – would have predicted the long career in show business that was to follow. But can you imagine if they did? That every step of Yankovic’s path – the first Hawaiian shirt, the …

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Pay-as-you-go helps American workers pay their bills more easily, save money and avoid the cycle of debt, according to new research from the Mercator Advisory Group

The financial wellness advantage can be critical, especially in times of high inflation, high gas prices and financial hardship. Nearly eight in 10 respondents say DailyPay helps them avoid expensive or predatory alternatives NEW YORK, September 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Amid continued inflation and the high cost of everyday items, …

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Asian American photographers train their cameras in the Chinatown-International District

A team of Asian American photographers are making a concerted effort to document the Chinatown International District neighborhood for the remainder of 2022. Left to right: John Pai, Sherwin Eng, Sally Kim-Miller, Tim Mar, Ron Choi, Theo Bickel, Dean Wong, Rick Wong. Missing from the photo: Audrey Fan, Loan Nguyen. …

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The Federation takes a majority stake in Vertigo Films

Vertigo Films has reached an agreement with the International Federation of Studios to take a majority stake in the company. Vertigo Credits Include Popular TV Shows Brittany and Armoredbox office success Streed Dance 3D and The Sweeney and award-winning films such as Monsters and Bronson. Federation is a production and …

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The Polish American Film Festival organizes the annual showcase of American cinema

A cross-section of works by revered masters and new faces will take center stage at the Polish American Film Festival (AFF), whose 13th edition will take place November 8-13 in Wrocław, Poland. Created in 2010 as a sister event to the New Horizons Film Festival, a showcase for independent and …

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Cost of living crisis: Data shows Manchester’s financial health

Greater Manchester constituencies have higher scores on the Financial Vulnerability Index than the UK and North West averages. Households are struggling with high levels of inflation and soaring bills as part of the cost of living crisis – and new data shows how far Greater Manchester constituencies are doing. Manchester …

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Local hairstylist to work at New York Fashion Week | New

PEABODY — Local hairstylist Stephanie Agneta will be working on some very special clients very soon: models at New York Fashion Week. The 26-year-old Peabody resident is co-owner of Salon CC and has styled independent films, small TV shows and local residents throughout her career. Now she’ll be working on …

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Robert Downey Jr. talks about the moment he felt a connection with his late father at the premiere of their documentary

Most movie buffs are sure to know Robert Downey Jr., the man most famous for playing Marvel’s Tony Stark/Iron Man for over a decade. Of course, many movie buffs are probably also familiar with his famous filmmaker father, Robert Downey Sr., dead at 85 last summer. (A little after, Downey …

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Top 5 Best Payday Loans No Credit Check Guaranteed Same Day Approval 2022

For Americans with less than stellar credit ratings, finding a loan online in the midst of a financial setback can seem impossible. You can find a seemingly “easy” solution by researching payday loans without credit checks online. These loans are the unicorn of the financial world; everyone has heard of …

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Arab filmmakers tackle taboo subjects in new films

This fall, Arab filmmakers will be out in force at international festivals as prestigious as Venice and Toronto. Venice alone has six feature films by first-time and second-time Arab directors in its official sections, along with six more works in progress on its Final Cut production deck. Meanwhile, Toronto opens …

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Cine Magnifico Tourne Diez – The Paper.

Published September 2, 2022 at 5:23 p.m. New Mexico has a long history of hosting many film festivals. And fall is more or less the season for film festivals in these regions. The New Mexico Asian Film Festival, Albuquerque Film and Music Experience, Mindfield Film Festival, Madrid Film Festival, ¡Globalquerque! …

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10 Best Fairy Tale Adaptations That Aren’t Disney

While Disney’s recent trailer teases a live-action version of its PinocchioGuillermo Del Toro’s upcoming animated film of the same tale and name – due for release in December 2022 – will vie with the media giant for the best recent screen adaptation of the wooden boy. Of course, this isn’t …

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Without the pressure, Serena Williams can enjoy being herself — Andscape

Of all the pearls of wisdom delivered by the person who gave his name to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York, the most enduring and ubiquitous is this: “Pressure is a privilege – it only comes to those who earn it.” Serena Williams, 40, more …

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The Better Business Bureau releases new study on predatory payday loans

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – A new study warns against predatory payday loans. According to a new investigation by the Better Business Bureau, predatory payday loan companies and scammers steal your information by tricking you into believing they know more about state laws than you do, by failing to explain the …

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