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Police arrest man following 'disturbance' as brawl spills out onto the street - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Manchester
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
18.05.2024 / 21:27

Police arrest man following 'disturbance' as brawl spills out onto the street

Police arrested a man on suspicion of assault after a brawl spilled out onto the street. Officers were called to Old Market Street in Blackley just before 11pm yesterday after reports of a 'disturbance'.

Made In India: The World’s Biggest Film Industry Hasn’t Had A Film In The Cannes Competition Since 1994 … Until Now - deadline.com - France - India - Germany - Poland - George - city Mumbai
deadline.com
18.05.2024 / 07:03

Made In India: The World’s Biggest Film Industry Hasn’t Had A Film In The Cannes Competition Since 1994 … Until Now

The first iteration of the Cannes Film Festival, planned for 1939, was scuppered when Germany invaded Poland to trigger the start of World War II. But when the festival finally got off the ground in 1946, Indian cinema came out swinging. Mounted shortly after the conclusion of the war, the first “real” Cannes Film Festival featured competition entries from Billy Wilder (The Lost Weekend), Roberto Rossellini (Open City), and David Lean (Brief Encounter). In the spirit of post-war peace and reconciliation, the competition jury, headed by French historian Georges Huisman, handed the top prize — then the Grand Prix — to films from 11 of the 18 countries represented that year.

’Galileo: A Rock Musical’ Review: Grafting 80s-Style Power Ballads Onto The Story of a Renaissance Visionary Yields Assertive But Awkward Results - variety.com - USA - county Harvey - Virginia
variety.com
18.05.2024 / 00:27

’Galileo: A Rock Musical’ Review: Grafting 80s-Style Power Ballads Onto The Story of a Renaissance Visionary Yields Assertive But Awkward Results

Dennis Harvey Film Critic With science denialism and theocratic politics both on the rise, it’s an opportune moment to revisit the life of Galileo Galilei, whose discoveries about the cosmos four centuries ago were considered a threat to the authority of the Catholic Church. But there are probably better ways to broach the subject than “Galileo: A Rock Musical,” an odd mixture of earnestness, flash and snark made odder by a score that trades in bombastic power-ballad sounds reminiscent of Jefferson Starship, Styx and Jim Steinman.

Polish Brothers Re-Team To Make Innovative Movie ‘There There’ Starring Gretchen Moll, Shannon Sossamon & More — Cannes Market - deadline.com - Poland - county Logan - county Yellowstone
deadline.com
17.05.2024 / 19:55

Polish Brothers Re-Team To Make Innovative Movie ‘There There’ Starring Gretchen Moll, Shannon Sossamon & More — Cannes Market

EXCLUSIVE: Out at the Cannes market, LA-based production company Convergence Entertainment Group is launching There There, which is being written and directed by the Polish brothers in their first collaboration in more than a decade.

‘Kinds Of Kindness’ Review: Yorgos Lanthimos’ Twisted Triptych On Control & The Human Condition [Cannes] - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
17.05.2024 / 17:51

‘Kinds Of Kindness’ Review: Yorgos Lanthimos’ Twisted Triptych On Control & The Human Condition [Cannes]

CANNES – To be perfectly honest, we didn’t expect it would be so difficult to collect our thoughts regarding Yorgos Lanthimos’ “Kinds of Kindness.” A world premiere at the 2024 Cannes Film Festival, this isn’t the first anthology film we’ve reviewed in our career, let alone one with an unconventional structure. Perhaps our hesitation is that we’re still rattled by what Lanthimos and longtime screenwriting collaborator Efthimis Filippo hope to provoke with three tales of people yearning for control and the excess of such constraints.

‘Meeting With Pol Pot’ Review: Reality Unravels in Rithy Panh’s Haunting Historical Fiction - variety.com - France - Scotland - USA - Cambodia - county Caldwell - county Becker
variety.com
16.05.2024 / 21:23

‘Meeting With Pol Pot’ Review: Reality Unravels in Rithy Panh’s Haunting Historical Fiction

Siddhant Adlakha A chilling historical drama rendered with impeccable sleight of hand, Rithy Panh’s “Rendez-vous avec Pol Pot” (“Meeting With Pol Pot“) reveals its political dimensions through layers of obfuscation. While based partially on real events (and on the writings of American war journalist Elizabeth Becker), it crafts a fictitious tale of three French journalists attempting to interview Cambodian dictator Pol Pot in 1978.

Poland Welcomes More Foreign Film Shoots, From ‘In the Lost Lands’ to ‘The Girl With the Needle’: ‘We Can Do It’ - variety.com - Poland
variety.com
16.05.2024 / 05:07

Poland Welcomes More Foreign Film Shoots, From ‘In the Lost Lands’ to ‘The Girl With the Needle’: ‘We Can Do It’

Marta Balaga Following “The Zone of Interest,” Jesse Eisenberg’s “A Real Pain” and Berlinale offering “Treasure,” about a Holocaust survivor, the latter starring Stephen Fry and Lena Dunham, Poland might be welcoming more foreign shoots in the future. “I would always be willing to return and shoot in Poland,” says “Treasure” director Julia von Heinz. “Our co-producer Mariusz Włodarski from Lava Films realized that during the tenure of the Law and Justice [PiS] government, there was no chance of obtaining public funding for a story where Polish people are portrayed not just as victims and heroes, but as complex human beings.

‘The Tattooist Of Auschwitz’ ending: what happened to Lali Sokolov? - www.nme.com - Poland
nme.com
16.05.2024 / 00:57

‘The Tattooist Of Auschwitz’ ending: what happened to Lali Sokolov?

The Tattooist of Auschwitz recounts Lali Sokolov’s harrowing memories of the concentration camp in Poland during the Second World War.Based on the book of the same name, the six-part series follows Lali Sokolov (Harvey Keitel) as he tells his story of his time at Auschwitz to novice writer Heather Morris (Melanie Lynskey) who is writing his memoirs.The show jumps between this timeline and his experience at the concentration camp, where a young Lali (Jonah Hauer-King) takes up the job of tattooing identification numbers on the arms of fellow Jewish prisoners.It’s during this job where he meets young Gita (Anna Prochniak), who he quickly falls in love with – putting themselves both at risk.At the end of the sixth episode, Lali returns to Auschwitz with Heather for the first time since he was held captive there. During the visit, Lali sees one final vision of Gita, who died in 2003, sitting on their bed and holding their baby son Gary.In the final sequence, Lali approaches Gita with a smile on his face and lays next to her on the bed.

Katie Holmes Complemented Her Sequined Kaftan With the Beauty Trend That Will Be Everywhere This Summer - www.glamour.com - USA - New York - county Potter - Beyond
glamour.com
15.05.2024 / 22:37

Katie Holmes Complemented Her Sequined Kaftan With the Beauty Trend That Will Be Everywhere This Summer

with new lessons that go beyond fashion.The actor attended the American Ballet Theatre Spring Gala on May 14 wearing an that served as the perfect backdrop for her radiant hair and makeup look. Apart from the flattering touch that her silver hoop added to her face, Holmes’s choice of makeup played a key role in creating her luminous vibe.First, she opted for a pearl-effect foundation. Among the makeup trends for this spring-summer 2024—partly inspired by creatives like or Marc Jacobs—is that enhances natural beauty, but with a touch of luminescence.

Director Magnus Von Horn Steps Up To The Cannes Competition With ‘The Girl With The Needle’: “It Was A Story That Provoked Me Very Deeply” — Ones To Watch - deadline.com - Sweden - Denmark - Poland
deadline.com
15.05.2024 / 07:15

Director Magnus Von Horn Steps Up To The Cannes Competition With ‘The Girl With The Needle’: “It Was A Story That Provoked Me Very Deeply” — Ones To Watch

In 2020, Magnus von Horn was excited to find that his film Sweat had been accepted into the Official Selection at Cannes, a big step up from his debut, The Here After, which made Directors’ Fortnight in 2015. The pandemic put an end to that, but his disappointment was short-lived; this year, his dark atmospheric follow-up, The Girl With the Needle, sees him joining the big league. “This is huge to me,” he beams. “The main competition!”

Magnus von Horn on How Cannes Contender ‘The Girl With the Needle’ Dances With Darkness: ‘Sometimes It’s Easier to Flirt With the Devil’ - variety.com - France - Denmark - Poland - city Copenhagen
variety.com
15.05.2024 / 06:59

Magnus von Horn on How Cannes Contender ‘The Girl With the Needle’ Dances With Darkness: ‘Sometimes It’s Easier to Flirt With the Devil’

Christopher Vourlias In the past decade, Swedish-Polish filmmaker Magnus von Horn has become something of a fixture on the French Riviera, with his latest film, “The Girl With the Needle,” the director’s third feature to debut at the Cannes Film Festival and his first to compete for the Palme d’Or. But the dark historical drama, which is set in post-WWI Copenhagen, marks a departure for the 40-year-old.

The Netherlands’ disqualified Eurovision contestant Joost Klein likely to face charges say police - www.nme.com - Sweden - Netherlands
nme.com
14.05.2024 / 10:13

The Netherlands’ disqualified Eurovision contestant Joost Klein likely to face charges say police

Eurovision contestant is likely to face charges, according to police.Joost Klein – who was set to represent the Netherlands with his song ‘Europapa’ – was disqualified from the contest in Malmö, Sweden just hours before Saturday’s finale (May 11). At the time, police stated that the decision was made after he was accused of making verbal threats towards a female member of production crew.The incident marked the first time that an act had been disqualified after reaching the Grand Final in the competition’s 68-year history and, before his disqualification, the 26-year-old singer was named as one of the favourites to win.Now, a spokesperson for the police, Jimmy Modin, has spoken to The Guardian about the indecent and revealed that it is looking likely that Klein will face legal action.Modin confirmed that the investigation was over, and a decision about whether or not to press charges should arrive “within the next couple of weeks”.Emil Andersson, the police officer in charge of the case, shared a similar sentiment with Swedish broadcaster SVT.

Eurovision bosses promise to review all incidents for those who “didn’t respect the spirit of the rules and the competition” - www.nme.com - Sweden - Ireland - Netherlands - Switzerland - Israel
nme.com
13.05.2024 / 20:05

Eurovision bosses promise to review all incidents for those who “didn’t respect the spirit of the rules and the competition”

Eurovision Song Contest 2024.This year’s competition, which was ultimately won by Switzerland’s Nemo, was surrounded by controversy for allowing Israel to compete amid the ongoing conflict with Hamas in Gaza.A statement shared by the EBU to both The Mirror and The Irish Times read: “We regret that some delegations at the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö didn’t respect the spirit of the rules and the competition both onsite and during their broadcasts. We spoke to a number of delegations during the event regarding various issues that were brought to our attention.It continued: “The EBU’s governing bodies will, together with the heads of delegations, review the events surrounding the ESC in Malmö to move forward in a positive way and to ensure the values of the event are respected by everyone.A post shared by European Broadcasting Union (@ebu_hq)“Individual cases will be discussed by the event’s governing body, the Eurovision Song Contest Reference Group made up of representatives from participating broadcasters, at its next meeting.”The statement’s release comes after the slew of controversies that took over this year’s edition of the song contest.

Police launch internal review as footage shows cop aiming punch at boy, 15, as street erupts in anger - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Manchester
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
13.05.2024 / 18:41

Police launch internal review as footage shows cop aiming punch at boy, 15, as street erupts in anger

Police are conducting an internal review following an eruption of anger on a street where mobile phone footage appears to capture an officer aiming a punch at a boy of 15.

The Fortune Hotel host Stephen Mangan's stunning net worth revealed – plus little-known Harry Potter role - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - county Potter
ok.co.uk
13.05.2024 / 17:51

The Fortune Hotel host Stephen Mangan's stunning net worth revealed – plus little-known Harry Potter role

Stephen Mangan is hosting TV's newest reality contest The Fortune Hotel, but has amassed a fortune of his own over his hugely successful career as an actor, writer and presenter. In ITV's The Fortune Hotel, viewers will see Stephen, 55, preside over 10 pairs of contestants who've moved into a Caribbean hotel and been given a briefcase - but only one duo's contains the £250,000 jackpot that they are all competing to be holding at the end of the game.

Frankie Bridge's matte pink BAFTAs mani perfectly matched her designer bag - and you can shop the look - www.ok.co.uk - Poland
ok.co.uk
13.05.2024 / 16:23

Frankie Bridge's matte pink BAFTAs mani perfectly matched her designer bag - and you can shop the look

Frankie Bridge was a vision in white and pale pink at this year's BAFTAs, perfectly coordinating her matte pink manicure with her designer bag.The presenter turned heads on the red carpet in a white satin gown with a cut-out waist detail, nude heels, and a pink and white Dior saddle bag. Frankie's minimalist look is proof that neutrals are always in style, no matter the season. In a photo shared on social media, Frankie showed off her matching mani and bag, revealing she purchased the Dior piece from Luxe Cheshire, a shop specialising in pre-loved designer items.

Peabody Award Winners Include ‘The Bear’, ‘Last Of Us’, ‘Reservation Dogs’ & ‘Bluey’; Special Honor For ‘Star Trek’ Franchise - deadline.com - Los Angeles - Ukraine - city Mariupol, county Day
deadline.com
09.05.2024 / 17:19

Peabody Award Winners Include ‘The Bear’, ‘Last Of Us’, ‘Reservation Dogs’ & ‘Bluey’; Special Honor For ‘Star Trek’ Franchise

The winners of the 84th Peabody Awards are out, and the list includes Emmy favorites The Bear, The Last of Us and Last Week Tonight with John Oliver along with other TV shows including the now-wrapped Reservation Dogs, kids toon sensation Bluey, breakout prank-umentary Jury Duty and the Oscar-winning Ukraine War documentary 20 Days in Mariupol.

Roland Joffe to Direct Mob-Centric JFK Assassination Film ‘November 1963: The Killing of a President’ (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Chicago
variety.com
08.05.2024 / 21:45

Roland Joffe to Direct Mob-Centric JFK Assassination Film ‘November 1963: The Killing of a President’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Katcy Stephan What really happened during the 48 hours leading up to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy — at least according to mob bosses — is heading to the big screen in the upcoming film “November 1963: The Killing of a President.” The mob’s version of events were passed down to Chicago mob boss Sam Giancana’s nephew, Nicholas Celozzi, by Sam’s brother, the late Joseph “Pepe” Giancana, who drove around with his brother Sam during those two days. “The reason why there’s this fascination or anxiety is because people know that what they’ve heard so far doesn’t make sense,” Celozzi tells Variety of the ongoing interest in the circumstances surrounding JFK’s assassination, even 60 years later.

Millennium Docs Against Gravity Festival Artistic Director on Program: ‘Our Priority Is and Has Always Been the Audience’ - variety.com - Poland - Palestine - city Warsaw
variety.com
08.05.2024 / 21:45

Millennium Docs Against Gravity Festival Artistic Director on Program: ‘Our Priority Is and Has Always Been the Audience’

Murtada Elfadl The Millennium Docs Against Gravity Festival, taking place in Warsaw from Friday until May 16, has grown exponentially in the last few years. In fact it is now, as the people behind it proclaim, “the largest cultural event in Poland.” Artistic director Karol Piekarczyk explains, “There is a culture of watching films and of watching films with subtitles in Poland. It’s quite unique.

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