Experimental films

Elizabeth Taylor’s 15 Best Movies, Ranked

No other work of art has so beautifully captured the potential tragicomedy that occurs when people continue to gather late into the night after the parties have ended, bars have closed and a sense of madness permeates the air. Even Mike Nichols’ opening credits, which show the dark campus grounds …

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Allu Arjun’s wife Sneha Reddy puts an end to the web world with her sultry black coords and elegant saree, SEE PHOTOS

The world is becoming a smaller place to live, and so is the film industry. Whether it’s Vijay Sethupathi making his Bollywood debut or Vidya Balan taking everyone by storm with his Tollywood debut, fans love these films which mainly focus on a brilliant story told by powerful artists. And …

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8storeytree is a vintage film camera store full of retro products

Hidden on the second floor of a shophouse in Geylang is 8 storey treea store filled with tons of vintage trinkets that are hard to find elsewhere, as well as film cameras, film and everything else you might need for analog photography. Photos: 8storeytree/google images It might be a film …

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10 must-see movies coming out in September 2022

With the recent release of The female king trailer and a release date set for September 2022, it’s going to be an exciting month for moviegoers. New from Disney Hocus Pocus 2 to the last installment of After franchisee with After always happy, September is a month filled with new …

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Art History: The Harun Farocki Institute Celebrates American Artist-in-Residence Cathy Lee Crane

“What is a poetic cinema? It’s a question I was thinking about, a question I haven’t answered yet. It’s not just that it’s not linear. He must propose another type of language and another type of thought. And therefore, logic,” American artist and educator Cathy Lee Crane offered when I …

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Anniversary special: 5 upcoming tracks from Dulquer Salmaan

Anniversary special: 5 upcoming tracks from Dulquer Salmaan Jul 28, 2022, 07:00 2 minute read 5 upcoming movies starring birthday boy Dulquer Salmaan. The supremacy of Dulquer Salmaan is paramount in all industries. The actor with his impeccable acting skills and mischievous smile has made his way into millions of …

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The wide | Summer 2022 Events — Flaunt Magazine

In the heart of downtown Los Angeles, The wide houses an impressive array of contemporary artwork. This summer, the museum proudly presents new additions to the current exhibitions Takashi Murakami: Walking on the Tail of a Rainbow and This is not the American flag. Resonating tones, an immersive musical experience, …

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Contemporary Music Variety Show – Prospect Magazine

Joëlle Léandre at LCMF 2022. Credit: Dawid Laskowski If you want to gorge yourself on all the weird and confusing in cutting-edge music, the London Contemporary Music Festival (LCMF) is the place to go. After a two-year hiatus, he returned in June to one of those post-industrial spaces – this …

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Director Preview: Wong Kar-wai | red brick film

Talk to any movie buff and they’ll almost certainly have heard of Wong Kar-wai. One of the most acclaimed and prolific directors in Hong Kong cinema, Kar-wai’s idiosyncratic style has had a huge influence on filmmakers around the world. From their keen sense of atmosphere and signature noir aesthetic to …

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Every Leigh Whannel Movie Ranked From Worst To Best

Saw co-creator Leigh Whannell has gone on to become an acclaimed filmmaker — here are Whannel’s directing efforts ranked from weakest to strongest. How to do Leigh WhannelAre a director’s films ranked from worst to best? Leigh Whannell had a memorable breakthrough in 2004 with the low-budget trap-filled horror film …

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10 Dark Vampire Movies You Didn’t Know About

Morbius is this year’s infamous box office flop, and vampire fans were disappointed that the film never allowed itself to go “full” vampire. With blue blood that looks like Gatorade, Morbius failed to capture the public’s attention except as a meme. However, the film inspired a vampire revival akin to …

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The metamorphosis of Susanne Deeken

“I like to create universes and I hope to be able to take the viewer out of their mental space, just as I like to be taken out of mine,” says polymath artist, designer and filmmaker Susanne Deeken. “It’s quite an experience.” She talks about her gloriously bizarre art films, …

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The Overture: July 11-17: Music: Smile Politely

The Overture is a preview of the live music and performances happening weekly in and around Champaign-Urbana. All information is as accurate as we can publish; however, all shows and performances are subject to change at any time. Thank you for your understanding. Did we miss anything this week? Got …

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Why Revolutionary “Tron” Terrified Hollywood

tron marked a turning point in the ever-changing landscape of cinema – even if pundits failed to recognize it at the time. “Everyone was doing backlit animation in the ’70s, you know. It was that disco look,” said filmmaker and writer/director Steven Lisberger. Geek’s Lair, “and we thought, ‘What if …

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At the Bang on a Can summer festival, musical explorations are instrumental

“There’s a lot going on here,” she says. “There are great people who share the same values ​​as us.” As an alumnus, she plans to spend as much time as she can soaking up the atmosphere and performances at this year’s festival, which runs from Monday to July 31. Gordon, …

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‘Kaali’ poster sparks fury on Twitter, demands to stop Leena Manimekalai’s trends

Bangalore, first published on July 4, 2022 at 8:41 a.m. IST A poster for a documentary film is trending on social media with the hashtag #arrestleenamanimekalai. Several claimed the poster offended the religious sensibilities of Hindu followers on social media. We can notice that Leena Mainmekalai, the director, represented the …

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Vermont Arts News | Vermont Arts

Planet Zydeco PUTNEY – Twilight Music continues its 19th Twilight on the Tavern Lawn series of folk, world beat, zydeco, Celtic, rock and bluegrass summer concerts on Sunday July 3 with zydeco sextet Planet Zydeco. Co-presented with Next Stage Arts Project, the four-concert series continues on Sundays, July 17 (Cary …

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Irma Vep Episode 4: “The Poisoner”

The following contains spoilers for Irma Vep Episode 4, “The Poisoner” (written and directed by Olivier Assayas) What happened to Edmond? At the end of last week’s episode 3 of Olivier Assayas’ eight-part HBO series adapting his 1996 film Irma Vep, the actor (played by Vincent Lacoste) passed out, apparently …

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Calling it ‘elevated’ horror does a disservice to a genre that doesn’t need to be elevated

Daniel Kaluuya in “Get Out”. Americans can’t stand to give up our childhood pleasures. So we’re elevating the way we talk about it. We call chocolate chip popcorn cookies “gourmet”, “small batch” and “artisanal”. Used concert t-shirts are now “vintage”. Blue jeans are “designer”. Unconsciously guilty, our tastes haven’t changed …

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Road Safety Film Festival Begins | Bhubaneswar News

BHUBANESWAR: This year’s National Road Safety Short Film Festival kicked off in Rourkela on Saturday. Hosted by the state’s Department of Transportation, the event aims to raise awareness of road safety measures. “We received 230 entries of different formats like documentary, experimental, narrative, fiction, non-fiction and animation in Odia, English, …

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Jérôme Wandewattyne shoots a “UFO”, The Belgian Wave

06/17/2022 – The young Belgian director who turned heads with his resolutely quirky self-produced film Spit’n’Split currently filming his latest work Director Jérôme Wandewattyne Jerome Wandewattyneseasoned director of commercials, web-series and other television programs, has just launched the shooting of his new feature film The Belgian wave. After making an …

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“Filmmakers must adapt to changing times”

Director Harikumar got busy. Following the critically acclaimed Clint in 2017, the veteran behind titles such as Sukrutham, Ezhunnallathu and Swayamvara Panthal has directed two Jwalamukhi films, starring Surabhi Lakshmi; and Autorickshawkarante Bharya, headlined by Suraj Venjaramoodu and Ann Augustine. The latter, which will hit theaters soon, sees Ann Augustine …

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‘I can’t tell if he was mean or not’: artist Lene Berg on his murderous father | Art and design

In a dark room in Bergen’s Kunsthall museum, visitors can recline on a beanbag under a loudspeaker and listen to a nine-year-old girl talking to her mother at bedtime. “Is dad mean, mom? the girl’s disembodied voice asks. The sheets rustle with impatience as the mother fails to answer his …

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Tribeca’s latest VR festival might be its best yet

The world-renowned film festival is stepping up its virtual offerings of experimental films and interactive experiences. It has been more than two years since COVID-19 entered our lives, radically altering the way we socialize, work and live on a daily basis. Almost every industry, from entertainment to education, has felt …

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‘Mrs. Marvel Actor Iman Vellani Gives Brutal Reviews of Marvel Movies

marvel studios With Ms. Marvel being only a week away from the release on Disney Plus, some background information about star Iman Vellani has surfaced which mostly totally reaffirms that the young actor is the perfect person for the role; she’s a big fan of the comic book character Kamala …

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Ayushmann Khurrana star opens up to boring response

Bollywood actor Ayushmann Khurrana has expanded his catalog of experimental films of various genres with his latest release – director Anubhav Sinha Anek. Released on May 27, 2022, the socio-political thriller is set against the geopolitical backdrop of northeast India and saw Ayushmann Khurrana step into the shoes of an …

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What John Waters listens to

John Waters wants you to know that he was way ahead of the scam trend. Four years ago, when he started writing his first novel Liarmouth: a sentimental romance, of a con man with a penchant for stealing luggage, Anna Delvey was not yet the viral magazine story and the …

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Just Mustard Release Darkly Experimental New Single, ‘Seed’

Just Mustard’s new single comes ahead of the release of their second album, heart under, which should drop this Friday. Five Irish musicians Just Mustard are back with the third single ahead of their forthcoming album – a hauntingly hauntingly experimental track called ‘Seed’. Beginning with obscured, blurry noise and …

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Carsten Höller: “I never want flowers on my food. It bothers me’ | Carsten Holler

I have only been to Stockholm twice, both times to meet experimental artist Carsten Höller, most famous for installing helter-skelters in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, and for Upside-Down Worlds inspired by magic mushrooms of all kinds. When I first met him seven years ago, Höller introduced me to the pair …

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10 Best GKIDS Movies, Ranked According To Rotten Tomatoes

Since its founding in 2008, GKIDS has been the leading North American distributor of animation worldwide. From the fantastical works of traditional Cartoon Saloon animation to the magical and awe-inspiring animated films of Studio Ghibli, they have released many of the greatest animated films ever made. Almost all of their …

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Why Dario Argento agreed to play in Gaspar Noe’s Vortex

Italian filmmaker Dario Argento has agreed to star in Gaspar Noe’s new film, Vortex, under a somewhat odd condition regarding his character. The latest film by Argentinian filmmaker Gaspar Noé Vortex is a thematic departure from his other films, and the unexpected addition of legendary Italian filmmaker Dario Argento in …

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highlight the real Lucia Joyce

Whenever Lucia Joyce’s name is mentioned, the words “daughter of James Joyce” are never far away. A talented dancer, writer and musician, Lucia’s career was cut short after suffering a nervous breakdown and was – some say wrongly – diagnosed with schizophrenia. She spent the rest of her life in …

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As Ian Fleming drafts James Bond, Goldeneye and gimmicks are discovered

Operation Mincemeat features a young Ian Fleming writing James Bond, but the inspiration behind the spy story goes far beyond the call of duty. Spy shows and movies are undoubtedly thrilling and biting, but they can have an even greater sense of tension when these covert operations are actually based …

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Aneek is looking forward to the premiere of his film on the Cannes market next week | Bengali Cinema News

Kolkata filmmaker Aneek Chaudhuri’s next film, “The Story of a Santa Claus and His Moth”, is set to premiere in the Marché section of the Cannes Film Festival on May 19. The screening schedule has already been released with updated movie titles. According to Aneek, this film is important and …

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The best sci-fi movies on Prime Video

First video hosts a surprisingly wide range of sci-fi stories, including the indie sci-fi The Vast of Night and Coherencewidely considered one of sci-fi’s best hidden gems. Scroll down for our top picks for sci-fi movies on Prime Video, you can stream right now. Photo by Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty …

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Here’s what not to miss at the TRANSlations Seattle Film Festival

Most Fridays, we take a break from the news for a few minutes to talk about the cultural events to discover during the weekend. This week the focus is on Translations: Seattle Trans Film Fest. KUOW’s Kim Malcolm spoke with the festival’s lead programmer, StormMiguel Florez. StormMiguel Florez: Translations is …

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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness EXCLUSIVE: Elizabeth Olsen & Benedict Wong Tease Horror Aspects

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madnessfeaturing Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange, Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff aka Scarlet Witch, Benedict Wong as Wong, the Sorcerer Supreme, and Xochitl Gomez as America Chavez, is a movie that Marvel enthusiasts are hugely excited about, as it’s billed as the first MCU …

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He’s a wonderful acting chameleon-Entertainment News, Firstpost

In an interview with Subhash K Jha, Mahadevan talks about his new biopic about unsung heroes, social activists Jyotirao Govindrao Phule and his wife Savitribai Phule. Actor-filmmaker Ananth Narayan Mahadevan is a seasoned trouper. Distinguished stints as an actor and stage director to director of various original and often outstanding …

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Four Pakistani films to see at the cinema this Eidul Fitr

Cinephiles, rejoice! This Eidul Fitr, moviegoers can finally enjoy a good dose of local films in cinemas. With four promising Eid releases set to hit the big screen this week, fans will finally see a fair amount of local activity in cinemas after two long years ravaged by the Covid-19 …

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Willem Dafoe will receive an honorary UW-Milwaukee doctorate

MILWAUKEE — Actor Willem Dafoe is set to receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee next month. University officials announced Friday that Dafoe would receive the Doctor of Arts degree on May 22. He is scheduled to speak at the school’s two graduation ceremonies that day. He will …

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Ventriloquism and Oobleck – Chicago Reader

When I think of ventriloquism in the movies, my thoughts turn to the advertisements for the years 1978 Magic It freaked me out when I was a kid. I was not alone; According to the IMDb trivia page, the original trailer for this psychological horror movie was pulled from streaming …

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Take the Road by Panah Panahi

Roxana Hadadi is a TV critic who also writes about film and pop culture, with subtitles and motion smoothing. Photo: Kino Lorber “Where are we?” “We’re Dead,” is an early, indicative exchange between mother and son in the surprisingly funny and ultimately provocative Take the road, the feature debut of …

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First Korean-Croatian film to premiere in Zagreb

by croatiaweek April 23, 2022 in Entertainment (Hurry) The first Croatian-Korean film, and the first Croatian film to feature an Asian actor as the protagonist, will premiere in Zagreb in May. Crisis will have its premiere in Zagreb during the 31st edition of Dani Hrvatskog Filma (Croatian Film Days). Crisis …

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bloody wonder

If Laurie Anderson and Art of Noise had a love child, it might look like I speak machine, the experimental and audiovisual music project of singer Tara Busch and filmmaker Maf Lewis. Completely original in their own right, I Speak Machine has spent the last decade stirring our subconscious and …

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Pollution from cooking emissions can linger in the air for days: study

Organic aerosols – such as those released during cooking – can remain in the atmosphere for several days, due to nanostructures formed by fatty acids when released into the air, a study has found. Photo: iStock London: Organic Aerosols — such as those released in cooking — can stay in …

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A curated arthouse streaming platform

Famous, cheap and renowned for offering a huge range of titles, Netflix accounts for 35% of South African subscriptions to VOD (video on demand) streaming platforms. Showmax and Prime Video are neck and neck for second place, each accounting for just under a quarter of subscriptions, with the former offering …

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Spotlight on the student choreographers of LMU Dance | LIFE+ARTS

Photo by Jules Sica | Loyolan From hip-hop numbers to contemporary performances to experimental dance films, the LMU Dance Spring Concert had it all. The concert featured three student-directed dance films, 10 student-choreographed dances, and a piece performed by guest choreographer, Stephanie Liapis. All of these pieces explore different dance …

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#DirectorsCut: Subhadro Choudhury’s ‘Clerk’ Attempts a New Transcendent Art Language | Bengali Cinema News

What the golden age of Bengali cinema has left us is a legacy of endless possibilities. If today, the films of Satyajit Ray, Mrinal Sen, Ritwik Ghatak, Buddhadeb Dasgupta or Tapan Sinha are part of our consciousness, it is thanks to their ability to illuminate the “dark chambers of our …

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The TWINEMIES podcast streaming now! | News

‘Twinemies’ – the cheesiest, gayest, samest podcast of 2022, is a romantic musical comedy for queer teens. Produced by SYN MediaPodcast Incubator Program of and funded by the Community Broadcasting Foundation, it features fiercely intelligent and somewhat unhinged twins, Darcy and Chloe, who were thrust into the eyes of the …

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Study of resistivity and emissivity of a film membrane for EUV lithography

Researchers present a method to develop an EUV film with better thermal stability that can withstand high-power EUV light sources. New technical article from Hanyang University and the University of Texas at Dallas. Abstract“A pellicle is a thin membrane structure that protects an extreme ultraviolet (EUV) mask from contamination during …

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Moon Knight is very weird. This is a good thing

Ethat Hawke’s participation in Moon Knight should have warned us. The actor has long expressed skepticism on the rise of superheroes in Hollywood. But somehow, Oscar Isaac convinced Hawke to go on a TV show about an obscure Marvel superhero possessed by the Egyptian moon god. There had to be …

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Weather Engines – Announcements – e-flux

Opening on April 1 Meteorological Engines consists of an art exhibition, a program of lectures, performances and workshops as well as a book publication that offers contemporary terms for experimenting with the politics and aesthetics of the time. The project is part of the ongoing commitment of Onassis Stegi with …

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How Julia Stiles Hit a Net Worth of $12 Million

Julia Stiles has had a steady career as an actress since the early 1990s. She rose to fame as the star of teen romantic comedies and continued to balance her acting career in film and television by earning her Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University and becoming a wife and …

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The Women’s Film Festival plans screenings on March 23 and 30

By Florida Weekly Staff | to March 17, 2022 The second annual women’s film festival will close with films for the last two Wednesdays in March. The monumental “Daughters of Dust” by Julie Dash will be screened on March 23. A 1902 crisis in a tight-knit Gullah Geechee …

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Digital art and NFT reign at Art Dubai | News Arts and Culture

Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Back with the first large-scale fair since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 15th edition of Art Dubai explores new frontiers with the launch of its new section highlighting digital art and NFT (token not fungible). Alongside regular contemporary and modern showcases, Art Dubai …

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City Life Org – El Museo Del Barrio Presents Raphael Montañez Ortiz: A Contextual Retrospective

Raphael Montañez Ortiz | The memorial to the sadistic Holocaust destruction of millions of our ancient Arawak-Taino-Latinx ancestors begun in 1492 by Christopher Columbus and his mission to, together with the conquistadores, colonize and deliver the wealth of the New World to Spain, little matter the human cost to the …

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A treat for arthouse cinema lovers, IFF Febiofest Bratislava starts on March 16

The International Film Festival Febiofest Bratislava returns after two years, its program full of ambitious and experimental works. Designed as a platform for promoting auteur cinema, Febiofest Bratislava presents current trends in independent cinema with a particular focus on productions from Slovakia and neighboring countries. Aiming to attract viewers of …

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Sequel confirmed, everything you need to know!

disneya powerhouse of the animation industry with some of the most adored films ever made, has long been hailed for its storytelling abilities as well as its technical genius. Big Hero 6 is a family animated movie. In addition to reaffirming the importance of life, these films offer hope that …

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‘God of War’ TV series is coming to Amazon

The new thing on TV right now are video games. Every premium cable channel and streaming service has at least one series based on a game franchise in development. You would think that, given the huge popularity of the game, television would have noticed that it could turn games into …

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Why this classic movie is still a cautionary tale

The 1970s were a historic decade in the development of American history, and Hollywood was also going through major changes. The new wave of young directors working with studio budgets has led to an increase in experimental and ambitious films that tackle today’s social climate. movies like The parallax view …

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A failed 1990s sci-fi thriller is back on Netflix

We’ve grown accustomed to seeing unloved, misunderstood, overlooked, and underrated movies come back to the forefront and find new appreciation on Netflix, but very rarely do we see movies widely regarded by nearly everyone as irremediable failures showcased around the world. most popular streaming service. Of course, that happens from …

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This David Lynch movie had a major influence on The Shining

“Eraserhead” follows a quiet, anxious man named Henry Spencer (Jack Nance) who has just learned during a horrible family dinner that his girlfriend, Mary X (Charlotte Stewart), has given birth to an extremely unusual baby. , and it belongs to him. The baby still stands out as one of cinema’s …

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MyCinema Global Film Festival Announces Winners, “Udvega (The Anguish)” Takes Top Honors

MyCinema Global Film Festival, an online film gala screened on the myCinemaHall app, has unveiled its list of winners with the short film ”Udvega (The Anguish)” emerging as the overall winner. ”Udvega (The Anguish)”, a Hindi short film directed by Suman Kumar, won honors in the MyShorts Best Short Film, …

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Bardia actress Nicole Pastor attends the Ruby’s Choice film premiere starring Jane Seymour | Campbelltown-Macarthur Advertiser

Hollywood Royalty: Bardia actress Nicole Pastor with co-star Jane Seymour at the premiere of Ruby’s Choice. Photos: provided Nicole Pastor is still flying high after attending her first movie premiere. The Bardia actress has attended screenings before, of course, but Tuesday was the first time she attended the premiere of …

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Stand-up, the stone, opera classics, movies and conversation in Hudson County

Comedy, music, film and conversation highlight some of the events coming up over the weekend and next week in Hudson County. Dorian’s Red Hand Standup Live-action stand-up comedy returns to Dorian’s Red Hand in Jersey City on Saturday, February 26, with two shows at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Hosted …

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Snapshot of the molecule by explosion

Coulomb explosion imagery of iodopyridine (artist’s view). Credit: Goethe University Frankfurt am Main Explode a photo subject to take a picture of it? An international research team from the European XFEL, the largest X-ray laser in the world, has applied this “extreme” method to take pictures of complex molecules. Scientists …

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Andromeda Puts DC’s King In High Seas Sci-Fi Horror

After his solo movie made some pretty big waves in 2018, DC built Aquaman’s corner of the DC Universe with various event books and miniseries framed around his supporting cast. For Arthur Curry’s latest title, DC is bringing the King of Atlantis to their prestigious Black Label in a miniseries …

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INDIAN CINEMA SEARCH – OrissaPOST

Anwesh Satpathy IIn the review of Satyajit Ray’s “Apur Sansar” (The World of Apu), reviewer Dwight MacDonald lambasted Ray for his “self-consciousness”. MacDonald, as well as many Western critics of the day, did not consider Ray capable of handling the complexities of city life. Indeed, his films were considered to …

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Well, this Oscars fan-vote award is doomed to spectacular failure.

the The Oscars have long lamented the fact that fewer and fewer people attend their lavish ceremony year after year. As the ratings drop – a general trend for most television shows, and the Oscars remain one of the most-watched live events on network television – we are then bombarded …

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🔒 KPRC 2 crew in Los Angeles staying at an iconic hotel featured in many popular movies

KPRC 2’s Daniella Guzman, Randy McIlvoy and Zach Lashway are on assignment in Los Angeles, covering Super Bowl LVI. When they’re not busy reporting at SoFi Stadium, the trio enjoy their off-hours at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites, the city’s largest hotel and one of its most recognizable buildings. …

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The Recorder – Saving Hampshire College: New film looks back at the student uprising during the 2019 college financial crisis

AMHERST – It was a story that quickly left the pages and television screens of local media to attract the attention of The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic and other national media sources: Hampshire College, the experimental and progressive liberal arts college founded in 1970, was facing …

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New Sesame Street documentary looks back on more than 50 years of radical children’s shows born out of the civil rights era

It’s been over 30 years since Jim Henson departed for that grand Muppet workshop in the sky, but hardly a moment seems to pass without a reminder of his legacy: in the enduring appeal of his showbiz menagerie; in the creative charm cast by his peerless puppet; or in the …

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Germany goes wild for French films at the Berlinale

Every year in February, the German capital hosts one of the biggest international film festivals, the Berlinale. The festival turns since 1951, the dawn of the Cold War, as a “showcase of the free world” and its evolution through Berlin’s divided history made it a uniquely qualified platform for uncovering …

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‘Automaton’: the beauty and fury of the elements explored

Unlike previous Pixar shorts that focused on characters like a baby desk lamp, a chess-loving elderly person, or a romantic volcano, automaton relies solely on environmental elements to tell its story, a welcome creative and technical challenge for the studio’s effects artists. The four-minute experimental short, a Pixar “cooperative” film …

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Staff Pick: Cauleen Smith – Announcements

Staff Pick: Cauleen SmithNow streamingFebruary 1 to 28, 2022 e-flux Video & Film is delighted to present Cauleen Smith Three songs about liberation like the February 2022 edition of our monthly Staff Picks series. Cauleen Smith’s interdisciplinary work, according to the artist herself, is a meditation on “the everyday possibilities …

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Shane Black’s 9 Highest-Grossing Movies, According To Box Office Mojo

Just as mentioned in the opening credits of dead Pool, screenwriters are the true heroes of cinema. But they rarely get the recognition they deserve, as all the praise usually goes to the director. However, in the late ’80s, that briefly changed, as writer Shane Black had almost rock star …

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Air Bud’s Background Gag Features A ‘Hateful’ Islamophobia Track That Went Unnoticed For 25 Years

A 1997 Disney film about a dog playing basketball has come under fire online for a hidden gag that viewers recognize as Islamophobic 25 years later. The discovery dates back to 2017, according to Mel Magazine, when former college roommates Lee Metzger and Josh Cranmer decided to revisit the film, …

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Twitter’s experimental “Flock” feature will let you share tweets with your closest friends

Twitter is still working on a feature that will give you a way to broadcast tweets that can only be seen by friends you choose. Last July, the social network revealed that it’s considering letting you nominate “trusted friends” so that certain tweets are only visible to them. Now developer …

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Why Good Sam’s Griff Looks So Familiar

In 2014, Jason Isaacs joined the cast of the “Rosemary’s Baby” miniseries, a modern adaptation of the novel of the same name, which had previously served as the basis for the classic 1968 horror film of the same name. He took on the role of Roman Castavet, a darkly charming …

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DP Sviatoslav Bulakovskyi on Klondike |

Oxana Cherkashyna in Klondike In July 2014, during the Donbass War, Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over the Donetsk region of Ukraine, a pair of expectant parents living in the disputed Donetsk region of Ukraine by pro-Russian rebels . This is the backdrop for Maryna Er Gorbach Klondike, …

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Filmmaker Gus Van Sant first saw the Mona Lisa when he was 11 years old. Sixty years later, she is the inspiration for his paintings

In 1963, 11-year-old Gus Van Sant traveled from Connecticut to the Metropolitan Museum of Art with his painter grandmother to see the Mona Lisa during his tour of New York. They waited outside the museum in the freezing cold, then faced the rushing crowd to catch a glimpse of the …

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The worst things he’s done for movie roles

Many of the worst things Nicholas Cage did for movie roles shows just how ready the veteran performer is to commit to a role. To date, the Front/Off The actor has starred in over 100 movies, ranging from comedy to action to drama. Even though his famous uncle, director Francis …

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Past laurels – The island

By Punya Heendeniya The time was in the mid-sixties. The period of transition from ocean travel to air travel. No cell phones and the kids read storybooks and play board games with the adults and sit down to dinner together. No phone lines to rural areas. The electricity has just …

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Denzel Washington plans to return to acting in Antoine Fuqua’s ‘The Equalizer 3’

After a cutting-edge performance and a tender directorial debut, Denzel Washington seems eager to once again open up another brutal box of criminal screaming. According to a report by Collider, the illustrious actor is ready to make his return to action films with Equalizer 3. The report draws details from …

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No Name Cinema Offers Eclectic Screenings in Santa Fe | Business

A new movie theater is in town, showing movies from all eras that most people probably haven’t heard of, especially in the area of ​​experimental, avant-garde and local repertoire films. Owner Justin Rhody describes it as a microcinema and calls his “project” No Name Cinema, located in a warehouse at …

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“Zero” was not a failure but a lesson learned

MUMBAI: Filmmaker Aanand L. Rai is known to have collaborated with several superstars including Dhanush, Akshay Kumar, Shah Rukh Khan, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma, while continuing to experiment with his storytelling instead of following the commercial film formula of Bollywood. In a conversation with IANS, Aanand explains why he …

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“Three Minutes: A Stretch” examines Jewish life before the Nazi invasion

AMSTERDAM – Glenn kurtz found the film reel in the corner of her parents’ closet in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida in 2009. It was in a dented aluminum box. The Florida heat and humidity had almost solidified the celluloid into a mass “like a hockey puck,” Kurtz said. But someone …

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“Azor” (unrated, 1 hour 40 minutes, Mubi) A plot that simmers quietly in the realm of big money and political violence in the late 1970s – Argentina follows private banker Ivan (Fabrizio Rongione), newly arrived from Geneva with his wife, Ines (Stéphanie Cleau), to replace a colleague who mysteriously disappeared …

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The MCU has already introduced its host Venom

Spider-Man: No Way Home has set up the MCU’s version of Venom – and Mac Gargan would be the perfect Venom host in the Marvel Shared Universe. This article contains spoilers for Spider-Man: No Path Home. Spider-Man: No Path Home left a Venom symbiote fragment in the MCU, and the …

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TNC Presents New Yiddish Representative in CRAZY MESHUGE HURRICANE EARTHQUAKE, January 12-19

From January 12 to 19, 2022, Theater for the New City will present the New Yiddish Rep production of “Crazy Meshuge Hurricane Earthquake” by Amy coleman, directed by David Mandelbaum. This six-figure play is the story of an unlikely bond that develops between a secular, middle-aged Jewish woman and a …

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Pictures on Pink Paper: rediscovering an avant-garde feminist classic from the 80s

Just as the academic Teresa de Lauretis writes about Chantal Akerman’s classic Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du commerce, 1080 Brussels (1975), Pictures on Pink Paper is a film which “addresses its viewer as a woman. , regardless of the gender of the spectators. […] the film defines all the points …

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10 Best Philosophy Movies, Ranked

There are a myriad of films on art, culture, and philosophy for the movie buff or average viewer who wants to listen to experts tackle tough questions. Philosophy films often deal with themes like existentialism, ethics, and even pop culture. RELATED: 15 Best Movies With Accurate Portrayals Of Ancient History …

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Best sci-fi horror movies of the 2020s

For almost as long as the concept of science fiction has existed, the genre has flirted, with varying degrees of success, with the world of horror. Some of the oldest and best known examples include Robert Louis Stevenson The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and that of …

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Trippy trailer released for “Everything Everywhere All At Once” starring Michelle Yeoh

An action-packed trailer has been released for the upcoming film Everything everywhere at once, with Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh. Yeoh, who recently appeared in Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings and crazy rich asians, plays Evelyn, a mother embarked on a sci-fi action adventure after learning that she …

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Pedro Almodóvar always makes shocking films

In the 1970s, when he made his first shorts in Super 8 and his first feature film, Almodóvar’s uninhibited imagination allowed him to revise the plots on the fly as the friends who played his characters entered and left the rooms. shootings. From the start, his work challenged all the …

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Raveena Tandon talks about her OTT debut with ‘Aranyak’

Raveena Tandon is known to be quite adept at reinventing herself throughout her 30-year career. Since making her debut in GP Sippy’s “Patthar Ke Phool” in 1991, she has surprised her admirers and critics by making U-turns at regular intervals. At the peak of her career, while still at the …

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“Warhunt” – Mickey Rourke stars in a WWII horror movie that should pair well with “Overlord” [Trailer]

Catherine corman is a talented photographer, filmmaker and artist in her own right. She is also the daughter of the legendary filmmaker and career launcher Roger corman and producer Julie corman. Catherine recently made a short film titled “Lost horizon” with his father and sister, Marie Tessa Corman, which is …

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Tonight on TV: Films not to miss on Monday, December 6, 2021

Directed by Shane Black. A movie starring Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Angourie Rice, Matt Bomer, Margaret Qualley, Kim Basinger, Keith David, Yaya DaCosta, Beau Knapp, Rachele Brooke Smith. Original title: The nice guys. Comedy genre – United States, 2016. Los Angeles, 1977. For some time now, the air has been …

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Why do we like to overestimate the Joker so much? | Movie theater

Joker arrives on Netflix on December 6. The climate for superhero movies has not been very calm lately. Not the fault of those who make them (they continue on their way without being discouraged), but of those who refuse to accept this genre as artistic expression. When we approach this …

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt reveals inspirations for Mr. Corman’s look, feel – The Hollywood Reporter

On the black comedy of Apple TV + Mr. Corman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays Josh Corman, a fifth-grade teacher living in the San Fernando Valley. Confronted with loneliness in his late 30s after a break-up and struggling to connect with others (including his caring roommate as well as his tough mom, …

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Research of new materials to reduce the operating temperature of solid oxide fuel cells

Plasma plume during an in situ PLD measurement. Credit: Vienna University of Technology Researchers at TU Wien are studying new materials that can be used to reduce the operating temperature of solid oxide fuel cells. To do this, they apply an innovative method. Solid oxide fuel cells consist of three …

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Nushratt Bharuccha-Film, Is Chhorii Worth Watching? Check out a quick review! –

Recent release, ‘Chhorii’ is an official remake of the 2016 movie Marathi Lapachhapi, written and directed by Vishal Furia. What is good: Furia’s creepy instincts which are better than many of her ilk. Nushrratt trying to experience something amazing. What’s wrong : If you’ve watched the original you might feel …

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Saturday 27 November 2021 – La Minute Monocle

As Christmas approaches, Monocle hosts parties and receptions to thank at least some of the people who have supported us throughout the year, from advertisers to photographers, correspondents to stylists. And, Thursday, we were in Paris for this very reason. What can I tell you, life is tough some days. …

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Review: Houses – Cineuropa

25/11/2021 – Laila Pakalniņa’s latest film is an experimental documentary hybrid that poetically celebrates the family environment For most people, there is no more private place in the world than their own home. People feel exposed when they let someone, let alone a film crew, come into their homes to …

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Rising artist Sulene talks about influences, TV and film works, and more

Photo courtesy artist Brooklyn-based independent electro-pop artist born and raised in South Africa sulene sat down with Variance’s Ethan Ijumba to discuss her work as a composer for television and film, refreshing and well-received covers of the ’90s pop classics she recently released, from the times she has toured as …

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Pixar’s new experimental short is directed by the FX team

The short does not have a narrative, but it is visually stunning. Image via Pixar Pixar has done it again. The computer animation studio has just released a new experimental short titled Automaton, which lives up to the nickname of Experimental because the short is without a traditional narrative, but …

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