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These are Elisha Cuthbert’s best performances, ranked

Elisha Cuthbert is a Canadian actress whose career spans the past three decades, beginning with her television debut on Are you scared of the dark? Cuthbert received a lot of recognition for his performance in the teen comedy The girl next door, which landed her more steady work as an …

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Lewis County American Association of University Women to Hold 42nd Annual Book Sale

By The Staff of The Chronicle Marking its 42nd year of providing books to Lewis County residents, the local branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) will be selling gently used books at the Lewis County Mall beginning March 23. The sale will last until March 26 and …

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Best things to do in Dallas from February 9 to February 16 | Dallas Observer

Wednesday February 9 Black History Month at the Henry B. Tippie National Aviation Education Center Did you know there is a Henry B. Tippie National Aviation Education Center (5657 Mariner Drive) located at Dallas Executive Airport? It offers a huge collection of WWII nose art, educational exhibits, and artifact collections. …

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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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The Top 8 January Movies You Probably Didn’t Watch (But Definitely Should)

January may be “junkyard month” for American studios, but for the rest of us, it’s a time when we can watch some of the most acclaimed releases of the past year. Films that are the center of conversations of awards season are unveiled to audiences around the world 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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Interview: Darbuka Siva on first love, the power of cinema and Gautam Menon

Tamil director Darbuka Siva, whose film ‘Mudhal Nee Mudhavam Nee’ started airing on Zee5 this weekend, in freewheeling conversation with The Federal A scene from the Tamil movie ‘Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee’, a refreshing take on first love landed on Zee5 this weekend We all have our stories about school, …

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Last Minute Weekend Ideas in the DC Area 1/20-1/23

A “Roomie-bot”. Photo courtesy of Arts and Industries Building. Have a nice week end Hello neighbor, A scoop for you! The National Geographic Museum has just announced that it reopen in February with two exhibitions: “Once Upon a Climb: Stories From Everest” and “The Greatest Wildlife Photographs”. The museum offers …

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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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10 indie games expected in 2022

It’s understandable that big Triple-A gaming experiences tend to dominate pre-release publicity and hype, but there are plenty of smaller, indie games coming out in 2022 that players should be excited about, too. These games may lack the budget of most major developer releases, but indie games no longer lag …

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‘Bravo’ for a South Asian girl – Times News Online

Published on January 14, 2022 at 9:03 p.m. Anjali is a girl who is not afraid to take on challenges. She won’t let them stop her from achieving her goals. She looks a lot like Sheetal Sheth, author of the picture books that started with “Always Anjali” and the second …

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Nico Hiraga is ready to assemble and grind

Nico Hiraga basks against black velvet curtains, surrounded by streamers and balloons. Playing with a noisemaker, he makes jokes and opens a bottle of champagne while the camera flashes, golden confetti is raining down. The fun may be staged for the photoshoot, but Hiraga looks as comfortable here as he …

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ViacomCBS Directors Initiative Defines Five For Its Class 2021-22 – Deadline

This is scene 1, Take 1 for class 2021-22 from the initiative of the directors of ViacomCBS. This year’s group, which is guaranteed to lead a television episode on CBS, includes Julie Herlocker, Joy T. Lane Steven J. Kung, Pat Santana and Bao Tran. The initiative provides a platform for …

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Filmocracy presents impact cinema at the second edition of the Filmocracy Fest

Filmocracy festival logo “We hope that our passion for making impact films will manifest in our programming,” says co-founder Paul Jun, who developed Filmocracy For Change with co-founder and programmer Jon Fitzgerald. “Filmocracy is dedicated to supporting impact filmmaking through education, mentorship and programming.” LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) December 07, 2021 …

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Lowell High School Documentary “Try Harder” Opens in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) – High-performing Lowell High School in San Francisco has been in the news about the school district’s review of its admissions process. But while stories about Lowell often treat college students like faceless numbers, a new documentary opening Friday in major cities, including San Francisco, shines a …

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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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Teen Film arrives at the Alexandria Film Festival

Dad helps shoot a scene on the river. “The Homework Club”, created by Hallie Crawford, 15, landed a spot at the 2021 Alexandria Film Festival. There were four teenage girls embarking on a school project which turned out to be a small part of what they really learned from each …

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Entertainment News (11/26/21) – BusinessWorld Online

iQiyi and ABS-CBN seal the partnership twitter.com/dreamscapeph GLOBAL streaming service iQiyi, a pan-Asian content provider beloved around the world, enters into a multi-title content deal with ABS-CBN to produce four original Philippine romantic series for its international subscribers worldwide. The partnership reinforces the two companies’ commitments to bring high-quality, relevant …

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35 best movies to stream on the platform

It’s a new month! And you know what that means: it’s time to peruse another series of some of the best movies in Netflix’s huge catalog – from classics to new offerings – to find out what you’re watching this month in October. These are all for the month of …

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Honoring the Legacy – RYAN KAWAMOTO

Tell the story of AJA in video Melvin Inamasu and Violet HaradaCourtesy: Japanese Culture Central Hawaii Editor’s Note: This bimonthly series, “Honoring the Legacy,” represents a partnership between the Herald and the Japanese Cultural Center in Hawaii. It celebrates the achievements of men and women who live the values ​​of …

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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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Film festivals put Arkansas cinema in the spotlight

A growing number of film festivals are attracting the attention of filmmakers in northwest Arkansas and could create more jobs supporting the state’s creative economy, organizers say. “What’s so interesting about cinema is that it’s not just an art, it’s business, it’s economic development, it’s tourism,” said Kathryn Tucker, Director …

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A powerful meditation on trauma

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 life …

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Shot in New Mexico – The Paper.

July 6, 2021 at 2:23 pm Throughout our state’s history, New Mexico has served as a popular backdrop for Hollywood films. Our high desert environments have been replaced by alien landscapes, Wild West vistas and apocalyptic hellish landscapes. Many of these film productions have taken place in movie studios like …

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Meet Tal Anderson, star of the atypical

Immerse yourself in the story of Tal Anderson, an autistic woman who didn’t let her ASD diagnosis stop her from achieving her dream of acting. Tal Anderson made his debut as Sid on the hit Netflix show Atypical in 2019, a comedy-drama series about the life of a teenage boy …

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