Experimental films

Every Jigsaw game played (before the first movie)

[ad_1] Saw’s first movie was released and apparently set in 2004, but John “Jigsaw” Kramer was playing games long before the opening credits. The first one Seen The movie was released and apparently set in 2004, but John “Jigsaw” Kramer was playing games long before the opening credits. Unlike many …

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Cannes pays tribute to Bellocchio – Lifestyle

[ad_1] (ANSA) – ROME, JUL 16 – The Cannes Film Festival pays tribute to committed cult Italian director Marco Bellocchio with a three-day event culminating with the presentation of a Lifetime Achievement Award on Saturday at the outcome of the 74th edition of the emblematic festival. Thursday, Bellocchio, 81, had …

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Sandalwood claims Padma award for Ananth Nag

[ad_1] Bangalore: After Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent appeal to citizens to identify talented people for the Padma Awards, Sandalwood came together to nominate the name of Ananth Nag who has appeared in over 200 films for the honor. Director-turned-actor Risabh Shetty has launched a campaign on his social media …

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A powerful meditation on trauma

[ad_1] During its last week, the Cannes Film Festival will screen a few films that can be called anthologies of one kind or another: “The French Dispatch” by Wes Anderson (five discrete stories under one concept) on Monday, the anthology “The Year of the Everlasting Storm” (seven different directors discuss …

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Weirdest Stories Disney Should Turn Into Movies Next

[ad_1] “Hercules” isn’t the only myth Disney should consider adapting. Known as “Quetzalcóatl” for the Azteks and “Kukulcán” for the Mayans, this feathered serpent god was originally associated with vegetation, but its popularity and influence increased until it was considered the god of the morning and evening star, death and …

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The party is back: the Balkan summer festivals are back

[ad_1] Most countries in the region have not completely lifted their COVID-19 restrictions, only allowing concerts if attendees have a negative PCR test or proof of having been vaccinated. For some festival fans, summer 2021 brings bad news, as some popular festivals have been canceled altogether. Romania allows an unlimited …

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To-Do List (June 30-July 7): July 4 fireworks display, new exhibition at Columbia Museum of Art | Local arts, entertainment and events news for Columbia, SC

[ad_1] CLASSIC / FIREWORKS Fireworks with the Phil If you’re looking for the most typical Independence Day experience that isn’t actually July 4th, you’d be hard pressed to do better than attending the South Carolina Philharmonic concert in Segra Park on July 3rd. . The combination of minor-league stadium baseball, …

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