Monthly Archives: November 2022

International film festival on Puerto Rican heritage is a success in El Barrio

At one point in the history of New York and specifically in Harlem, the Puerto Rican population was large due to migration that began in the 19th century when they were persuaded to leave their island, Puerto Rico, for Better-paying jobs in the United States The majority settled in East …

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Transcript of news in brief, November 23

Manalapan Police The ministry has reported the following incidents that have recently occurred in the community: On November 2, between 12:45 a.m. and 12:58 a.m., unidentified persons allegedly attempted to gain access to five vehicles in the Pheasant Way area of ​​a residential development near Kinney Road. One vehicle was …

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CFPB Fall 2022 Supervision Highlights—Key Findings and Takeaways | Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

On November 16, 2022, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau) released its Fall 2022 Monitoring Highlights. The 32-page report discusses key findings from the Bureau’s review in the areas of automotive care , consumer reporting, credit card services, debt collection, deposit accounts, origination and servicing of mortgages and payday loans …

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White Wave Dance is now accepting applications for the 22nd Annual DUMBO Dance Festival

White Wave Dance is accepting applications for the 22nd Annual DUMBO Dance Festival, presented June 22-25, 2023 at the Mark Morris Dance Center, 3 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NYC. The deadline for special Early Bird requests ($80 standard application fee per work; $90 application fee per work if applying for the …

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The producer of “Godfather” and “Apocalypse Now” was 85 years old – Deadline

Gray Frederickson, an Oscar-winning co-EP on The Godfather movies and Revelation now who was one of the busiest and most respected producers and production managers from the 1960s through the 80s, died Nov. 20 of prostate cancer in Oklahoma City. He was 85 years old. His wife, Karen, confirmed his …

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The Beginner’s Guide to Agnes Varda’s Six Best Movies

Agnes Varda was one of the most influential and provocative filmmakers to emerge from France in the mid-1950s. In defiance of cinematic conventions, Varda made his first film Short Point in 1954, although she had seen about twenty films in her life. His desire to make films stemmed from his …

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PH International Film Industry Conference, then and now

I remember going to the Busan International Film Festival for my first official assignment as head of the Film Development Council of the Philippines in 2016. There I was first exposed to the various lectures, panel discussions and Intensive workshops available for festival goers so they could learn more about …

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“I think it’s a trap”

Culture – 2 weeks ago Photo credit: Countess Jemal/Getty Images for Netflix Jordan Peele denounced the “high horror” title in an interview with The edgeclaiming that he just likes to make “weird movies”. Jordan Pele is not here for the title of “elevated” cinema. Recently, Peele and Keke Palmerwho played …

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In South Dakota and Nebraska Deep Red, voters used ballot initiatives to reduce inequality

This fall, in the run-up to the midterm elections, a group of Catholic nuns, Protestant ministers and other religious leaders caravanned through South Dakota on what they called a “Love Your Neighbor Tour.” . They stopped at grocery stores, restaurants, senior centers, libraries and other community gathering places to start …

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Hainan Film Festival returns with Marco Mueller as director

China’s Hainan Island International Film Festival will resume operations early next month for a fourth edition. Marco Mueller, former director of the Locarno, Venice and Rome film festivals, has been appointed as the new artistic director. Mueller is now based in China and has previously advised Chinese festivals, including those …

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BRADMAN: The Movie hosts Chicago premiere ahead of December streaming release

“Ruth Diaz, Jenny Wardach, Delilah Hefner, Jim Schiefelbein and Bradley Laborman at the Chicago premiere” Photo by Chris D. McFarland Bradley Laborman and Jenny Wardach at BRADMAN: The Movie Premiere – photo credit Ruth Diaz Ruth Diaz and Jenny Wardach at the premiere of BRADMAN: The Movie photo by Chris …

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Sylvester Stallone Says He and Arnold Schwarzenegger “Hated Each Other”

Sylvester Stallone recalled how he and Arnold Schwarzenegger despised each other (Picture: FilmMagic) Sylvester Stallone recalled how he and Arnold Schwarzenegger used to “hate” each other. The Rocky star, 76, and the Terminator icon, 75, were must-see hollywood action movies in the 80s and 90s, and developed a serious rivalry …

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102 Boards Jordanian Music Doc ‘Independent Scene’

italy 102 Distribution (“A School in Cerro Hueso”) boarded Egyptian filmmaker Shaimaa Elgawady’s feature-length documentary debut “Independent Scene.” He joins the film’s first producer and cinematographer, Amr Nazeer, as a producing partner and will handle the project’s worldwide distribution. The pickup comes as 102 Distribution prepares to premiere Carlos Kaiser …

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Achieve predicts moderate spending on gifts and travel for the 2022 holiday season

Only 14% of US consumers say they set aside savings for holiday shopping. SAN MATEO, Calif., November 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Americans plan to take a restrained approach to gifts, travel and other spending this holiday season, a sentiment boosted by economic concerns over inflation, rising interest rates interest, layoffs …

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Red Sea International Film Festival unveils selection of festival favorites

A selection of new films from the global festival circuit will be screened as part of the program in Jeddah. The Red Sea International Film Festival has unveiled its Festival Favorites selection. These films have been chosen from the world’s top film festivals and will be screened as part of …

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Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ Marks 2022’s Second Biggest Opening With $180 Million

The box office came alive with the long-awaited release of “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.” Marvel’s sequel grossed $180 million in ticket sales from more than 4,396 theaters in the U.S. and Canada, according to The Walt Disney Co. estimates on Sunday, making it the second-biggest opening ever. year behind “Doctor …

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The film Anyadin in competition at the French festival

The Harrell Prize-winning film ‘Anyadin’ (The Day After…), directed by Kamar Ahmad Simon, was invited to the Festival des 3 Continents as part of France’s international feature film competition, which takes place will take place in Nantes, France, from November 18-27. The festival featuring critically acclaimed films of the year …

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In Depth: Payday Loans and Offline Scams | Local News

As we move online, so do scammers. But that doesn’t mean other types of scams are going away. While the Better Business Bureau reports that phone scams have dropped 42% since 2015, the same data shows that text scams have grown from 11% to 30% in just 7 years. SMS …

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Leicestershire’s arts and culture scene will get a huge financial boost

INVESTMENT IN THE ARTS: A performance by the Bamboozle Theater Company which works with hundreds of families of children with profound learning difficulties Arts organizations in Leicestershire are set to get a welcome boost after receiving substantial funding from Arts Council England. They will receive a share of £7.2m each …

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Wheatus Documentary: The Edinburgh filmmaker talks about his experience filming Wheatus: You Might Die

An Edinburgh filmmaker, who worked on a documentary about Wheatus, the American band best known for their hit single Teenage Dirtbag, has opened up about his touring experience with the band and the awkward moment he was mistaken for a member by a fan excited. IV Jones produced and co-directed …

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The Cairo International Film Festival revs its engines

09/11/2022 – The presence of European films will once again be particularly strong during the 44th edition of the Egyptian A-list meeting, which will start on November 13 The astronaut by Nicolas Giraud The only premier film event in Africa and the MENA region, the Cairo International Film Festival will …

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15 Gift Cards People in Boise Really Want to Receive

In 2019, Intuit’s MintLife surveyed Americans to determine exactly what people hope to receive for Christmas. The results were quite interesting! According to Mint, 61% of Americans would rather receive cash or a gift card than a traditional gift during the holidays. Few of these people stand up and say …

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‘Joyland’ receives overwhelming reception at Indian film festival

At Saim Sadiq joyland made waves at the 11th edition of the prestigious Dharamshala International Film Festival (DIFF) in India this year. Only, the shows were not filled, but there was a queue, lined up outside the room where an audience waited impatiently to finally see the winner of Cannes …

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Avengers: Infinity War Movie Mistake Considered Marvel’s ‘Biggest’ Mistake Yet in the MCU

Get our free weekly email for all the latest film news from our film critic Clarisse Loughrey Receive our free The Life Cinematic email avengers: Infinity War featured a “mistake” that moviegoers once considered Marvel’s “biggest” yet. The blockbuster was released in 2018 to critical and public acclaim. Directed by …

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Darcy Paquet captures the best of Korean cinema

Paquet translated the subtitles for “Broker,” which features Kang Dong-won, IU, and Song Kang-ho London Korean Film Festival When Darcy Paquet moved to Korea in 1997, he was already a fan of Asian cinema, having enjoyed films from Hong Kong and Japan, so he decided to learn more about Korean …

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What is the longest film ever made? Even the answer is not short.

Cinema has existed for more than a century. During these years, hundreds and thousands of films have been released, both short and long. From 2013 Oscar Nominated Animated Short “Fresh Guacamole” to over three hours of epic “Titanic” romance, movies can run for a given length of time. Some of …

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The Pan American Cyclo-Cross Championships begin tomorrow in Massachusetts

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Yabx enters the Nigerian market and aims to double and diversify its business growth in Africa

Plans to introduce new era fintech solutions around digital lending in the country; Will help banks launch new innovative products for new credit segments such as Buy Now Pay Later, personal loans, payday loans, MSME loans, etc. Yabx, a FinTech company headquartered in the Netherlands, today announced its foray into …

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San Diego Asian Film Festival spotlights new talent, old classics

The 23rd annual San Diego Asian Film Festival kicks off Thursday with the documentary “Bad Axe” at the San Diego Museum of Natural History. This year’s festival will feature 130 films from more than 30 countries and will be screened in four venues. The documentary “Bad Axe” opens the 23rd …

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How Ti West’s X Trilogy Shook the Indie Industry – The Hollywood Reporter

Ti West’s inspiration for Xhis meta slasher starring Mia Goth, was 1970s indie cinema. Not only the aesthetic style of 70s horror and soft-core porn – the plot of X follows a crew trying to shoot a low-budget movie in rural Texas to enrage the Chainsaw Massacre– adjacent adjacent farmers …

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Fritz the cat at 50: the X-rated cartoon that shocked the United States

Neither studio heads nor distributors wanted to touch what many considered a doomed pornographic project, although Warner Bros eventually agreed to fund the film. But after a disastrous pre-screening where Bakshi and Krantz horrified executives with a controversial sex scene and arguments over toning down other sexual content, they withdrew …

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The 27th European Film Festival in Lebanon will take place in Beirut and 9 other locations

Organized by the Delegation of the European Union to Lebanon, in partnership with Metropolis Cinema Association and in cooperation with the Member States of the European Union, the European Film Festival will be held from November 4 to 16 in Beirut. The European Film Festival will open on Friday 4 …

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