Monthly Archives: February 2022

▷ Film Adaptations » Best Adapted Movies

Cinema and books have gone hand in hand since the existence of the seventh art. Both allow viewers to enjoy scenes from another angle and perspective. There are magical film adaptations that have a relevant place in history and that’s why we want to remember which are the best films …

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Made-in-Japan manga goes global with Webtoon, Deadpool

Deadpool, meet All Might. Perhaps nothing shows how much the world of manga, the comic books and cartoons originating in Japan, has gone global better than the coming together of superheroes, Americans and Japanese. In “Deadpool: Samurai,” Marvel’s Deadpool is aided in his fight against evil by All Might, the …

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[MWC 2022] KT launches AI coaching app for K-pop dance

A visitor follows dance instructions provided by an app developed by KT at its exhibition stand at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona on Monday. (KT Corp.) KT Corp. announced on Monday that it launched a new artificial intelligence-based coaching app for K-pop dance, called KT Real Dance, at the …

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Who is Stanley Tucci’s wife and what are her biggest movie roles?

Stanley Tucci will hit our TV screens this weekend with a different kind of performance – his very own cooking show. © Wire PA Stanley Tucci and Felicity Blunt Stanley reflected fondly on Stanley Tucci: In Search of Italy, saying it was one of my “dreams” to do the show. …

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Caleb Wilson | ‘Strange Beasts of China’ may be an ever-evolving metaphor | Books

The unusual novel “Strange Beasts of China”, by Yan Ge, takes the form of a bestiary. Each chapter is a story about one of the different types of strange beasts that live alongside humans in the fictional Chinese city of Yong’an. The narrator begins each section by describing a creature, …

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Wentzville School Board reverses decision on banned book | Books

WENTZVILLE — A banned book will once again be available to high school students here after the Wentzville School Board reversed its decision in the face of criticism and a class action lawsuit. The board voted 5-2 on Friday to reverse its earlier decision to ban Toni Morrison’s “The Bluest …

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Bill banning ‘pornographic or indecent’ books at Utah schools pass committee

A Republican lawmaker said he knows of dozens of books available in Utah public school libraries that contain passages about sex that would “shock the conscience.” Another added that nobody wants this kind of explicit content in schools “where, above all, it doesn’t belong”. A third agreed, saying ‘we need …

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Eight Books Revealing Dark Stories

Zora Neale Hurston once observed that America’s most important historical accounts prioritize “all those words of the seller, but not a single word of the sold.” Much of American life relies on the knowledge and labor of black people, especially those who were once enslaved. But the origins of, say, …

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Outdoor Education Hosts Annual Banff Film Festival World Tour at Hamilton Movie Theater – The Colgate Maroon-News

The main auditorium of the Hamilton Movie Theater was almost full on the evening of Wednesday February 16 for the annual Banff Center Mountain Film Festival, hosted by Colgate University’s Outdoor Education Program and featuring seven short films outdoor and environmental critically acclaimed. The film festival is a celebration of …

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Javed Akhtar to deliver Vijay Tendulkar Memorial Lecture during Pune Intl Film Fest

Javed Akhtar to deliver Vijay Tendulkar Memorial Lecture during Pune Intl Film Fest February 25, 2022, 6:36 p.m. Pune, Feb 25 (UNI) Acclaimed poet, lyricist, screenwriter and social activist Javed Akhtar will deliver the Vijay Tendulkar Memorial Lecture at the upcoming Pune International Film Festival, PFFI director Jabbar Patel announced …

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Jackson’s own Angie Thomas is enjoying the success of her books and movie deals

JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) – Mississippi and Jackson’s Angie Thomas rubs shoulders with some of the big names in entertainment and high-profile figures like former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. His work does not stop there. She also puts Jackson in the spotlight with a fantasy novel. We …

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Tamil Poet Gifts Poem, Literature Books as ‘Dot’ on Daughter’s Wedding

It was the marriage ceremony of the daughter of the administrator of “Tamilini Pulanam”, a WhatsApp group based in Tamil Nadu. Poet Thangam Murthy, who is the administrator of ‘Tamilini Pulanam’ group, held his daughter’s wedding ceremony in Pudukkottai on February 20. Interestingly, nine cows were traditionally decorated with accordions, …

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Can social media app BeReal deliver on its eponymous promise? – News from Washington Square

NYU students have mixed feelings about whether the BeReal app offers its users a true social media experience. Like many NYU students, I prefer the casual photo dump to the edited selfie, a preference taken to extremes by social media app BeReal: each day you have a two-minute window to …

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Updated Green P app makes it easier to pay to park in Toronto

The city of Toronto is home to soaring skyscrapers, lush parks and gardens, and the Green P mobile app, the Toronto Parking Authority’s (TPA) private-label parking app powered by Passport. The leading transportation and payment software company is rolling out an update to the local favorite that includes …

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History, memory and The Scream of Granuaile

Donal Foreman’s long-awaited feature film The cry of Granuaile will have its world premiere during this year Dublin International Film Festival. In The cry of Granuaile an American filmmaker, reeling from the death of her mother, enlists the help of a young Irish scholar on a trip to the west …

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‘Cyrano’ Movie Review: Peter Dinklage stars in a harrowing and haunting film adaptation of the classic love story.

Filmed in the picturesque Sicilian town of Noto at the height of the pandemic, “Cyrano” is unmistakably a period piece, set in the 17th century during the Franco-Spanish War. But it’s also steeped in anachronistic touches that give it a touch of flippant humor and fierce urgency. At the start …

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Blissful Ignorance is a must-read for sci-fi fans

New York, New York–(Newsfile Corp. – February 23, 2022) – Author Jaylen Wilson continues to captivate audiences with her debut novel, blessed ignorance. Combining sci-fi elements with the action of adventure, Wilson’s work is a refreshing take on the genre that explores the toxic nature of power, whether misplaced or …

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VOICE: MFA students in creative writing continue open mics at The Literary: Arts: Smile Politely

It was the first open mic I’d attended that started with an ice-breaking speed dating, supposedly to “get in the Valentine’s Day mood” after the fact. The surprise reveal was that all of the speed dating contestants turned out to be literary villains. The emcee, Erin Hoffman, does short readings …

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ByteDance launches comic app in Japan – Pandaily

Your browser does not support HTML5 audio Technology planet reported Wednesday that ByteDance has launched FizzoToon in Japan, an app positioned as an animation platform. The company decided to release the product in Japan due to the country’s vast animation culture, making it an easy choice. Through the platform, new …

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This app can help you understand “The Waste Land” by TS Eliot | Life

An undated handout photo of British-born American writer TS Eliot, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1948. – Image via ETX Studio NEW YORK, February 23 — TS Eliot did not write land of waste be easily understood. That’s why Faber & Faber is launching an application …

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Did the Truth Social app really copy its logo design?

Ah, the Truth Social app. Donald Trump’s controversial app was launched to the world yesterday, but it’s already causing some problems. We’ll hold our tongues over the former president and business mogul, but the logo for his brand new Truth Social app is another matter. Not even 24 hours after …

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Ethale launches an application for African books in Portuguese.

Mozambican publisher Ethale has launched an app for African books in Portuguese. Mozambican publisher Ethale is one of the most exciting new names in African publishing in recent years. It was founded by British journalist Alex Macbeth and Mozambican journalist Jessemusse Cacinda in 2016. Since then they have published several …

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Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center launches 2022 prize awarding $10,000 in competitions and scholarships to young poets of color

VENICE, Calif. /California Newswire/ – Beyond Baroque, one of the nation’s leading literary arts centers, announced that the Amanda Gorman Future Voices Poetry Prize is now actively accepting nominations. The award, created in honor of Beyond Baroque alumnus and U.S. presidential inaugural poet Amanda Gorman, will accept nominations through May …

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The bookseller – News – MacDonald trades Quercus for Gallery Books

Alison MacDonald joins Simon & Schuster as Editor-in-Chief of Gallery Books UK in the publisher’s first designated appointment since launching its listing in 2021. She joins the adult non-fiction department of Quercus, where she has worked since 2017. At Gallery, she will buy quality commercial non-fiction. She joins March 7, …

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Family creates app with authors and illustrators to help pediatric cancer patients get through chemo

From the moment Jenna Brown gave birth to daughter Sydney in February 2020, she called her “Love.” Like most new parents, Jenna and her husband, Jeremy, of Oswego, knew life was going to be very different. They just didn’t realize how different it was. Sydney Brown after surgery to remove …

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Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center’s Amanda Gorman Future Voices Poetry Prize Open for Applications

Beyond Baroque, one of the nation’s leading literary arts centers, announced that the Amanda Gorman Future Voices Poetry Prize is now actively accepting nominations. The award, created in honor of Beyond Baroque alumnus and U.S. presidential inaugural poet Amanda Gorman, will accept nominations through May 1, 2022. “We are very …

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The Matrix Resurrections – The biggest cinematic disaster of all time?

Is The Matrix Resurrections worst sequel ever? How could they be so wrong? Was the film really sabotaged? Let’s talk. Enter the Matrix In 1999, The matrix arrived and our collective minds were blown. The film was a pop culture phenomenon, transforming the genres of science fiction and action. The …

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Sharon Cuneta will star in the film adaptation of “The Mango Bride”

MANILA — Sharon Cuneta is set to star in the film adaptation of the award-winning novel ‘The Mango Bride,’ the veteran actress confirmed on Monday. Publishing a report from American trade magazine Variety, Cuneta said she wanted to connect Filipino stories to a global audience. “I wanted to …

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Truth Social App: Donald Trump’s Truth Social app launched on the Apple App Store

Donald Trump’s new social media venture, Truth Social, launched on the Apple App Store on Sunday night, potentially marking the former president’s return to social media after being banned from multiple platforms over the year last. The app was available for download shortly before midnight ET and was automatically downloaded …

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Thin Film Filters Market Trend, Technological Innovations and Growth Forecast 2021-2026

The research literature on Thin Film Filters market aims to provide a 360 degree perspective of this vertical to investors, new entrants and other stakeholders, to enable them to construct effective business expansion strategies. It dwells on crucial aspects such as growth drivers, restraints, challenges, and opportunities that are likely …

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New Croatian travel app to turn trips into adventures

February 20, 2022 – A group of writers from Split is building an innovative app that will allow its users to experience a destination through stories, guided by unique fictional characters It will soon be possible to discover the Adriatic coast on a whole new level: through exciting mystical-fantasy quests. …

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Keep an eye out for the nice, calm guy – Monterey Herald

CARMEL — Even if there’s speed, no one will stop a hearse. The driver, squinting at the morning sunrise, never sees the shovel lying on the road. As its left front tire bursts, the hearse spirals out of control across the center line into oncoming traffic. Meanwhile, enjoying the morning …

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The best film scores of 2021

Hasitha Fernando on the best film scores of 2021… The COVID-19 pandemic has cast a dark spell over 2021, holding us all in its merciless grip. Luckily, there was enough entertainment available to provide us with some degree of escape. And accompanying these fantastic films, top-notch scores turned these entries …

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Pune student becomes youngest student to enter Indian record books

Aashvik Garg from Pune, a first year student at EuroSchool Kharadi, has become the youngest student in the country to enter India’s Book of Records. Garg set a record by answering 160 questions, at an average time of 1.67 seconds per question, at the 1st TedX event organized by EuroSchool …

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Global Application Building Software Market Share Industry Growth, Size, Statistics, Opportunities and Forecast to 2026

The App Creator Software Market report contains the most basic information about the market. This comprehensive report offers market insights, patterns and drivers of business growth. It also includes App Creator Software market share, sales volume, and education charts. He was able to combine significant and additional information, such as …

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Cate Blanchett to Receive Film at Lincoln Center Award: Briefs |

Lincoln Center will honor Cate Blanchett with its 47th Chaplin Award at the arts organization’s annual fundraising gala. Film at Lincoln Center announced the award for Blanchett on Friday. It will be presented to him on April 25 at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York. “We are …

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SheThePeople Announces Women Writer’s Prize Shortlist

Books by Naheed Phiroze Patel, Ambai, Sarah Joseph, Selma Carvalho, Tarana Husain Khan and Krupa Ge are on the shortlist of SheThePeople‘s inaugural Women Writer’s Prize. Novels and short story collections written by Indian female authors residing in India are eligible for the prize, which carries a cash prize of …

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Don’t judge this movie by its cover

“The Worst Person In The World” may come out of Gray Norway, but it does seem very Hollywood at times, with its attractive young actors going to parties, doing recreational drugs, and working in adjacent studios like creating comics and taking pictures. Perhaps that’s why the film was kissed by …

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Book review: Murder on the online express in the dating app mystery

Auditors By Jane PekMystery/Vintage/Paperback/354 pages/$28.82/Released February 22 pre-order here4 out of 5 “The mystery of love is greater than the mystery of death,” wrote British playwright Oscar Wilde. Singaporean Jane Pek considers both types of mystery in her debut novel, a complex and knotty whodunit that links online dating to …

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Thirty years filling black children’s arms with books

A conversation with Vanesse Lloyd-Sgambati, CEO and Founder of The African American Children’s Book Project and book fair By Afea Tucker The 30th Annual African American Children’s Book Fair will take place live and in person on Saturday, February 26 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The book fair is organized …

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Cate Blanchett to receive Film at Lincoln Center award

Lincoln Center to honor Cate Blanchett with her 47th Chaplin Award at the arts organization’s annual fundraising gala By The Associated Press February 18, 2022, 3:06 PM • 2 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article NEW YORK — Lincoln Center will honor Cate Blanchett with its 47th …

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The best recent crime and thrillers – review roundup | Books

The Farewell Coast by Joe Ide (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, £16.99)Joe Ide’s first series featured Isaiah Quintabe, a la Sherlock Holmes. Now comes a contemporary reimagining of Raymond Chandler’s private eye, Philip Marlowe. Ide’s creation shares a name, job description and location with her literary ancestor, but has far more history …

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Tata Group’s super app TataNeu isn’t so great

Indian conglomerate Tata Group plans to launch its ‘super app’ as early as next month, bringing together many of its established and recently acquired consumer services for the first time as the software giant tries to battle it out. with rivals including Jio Platforms and Amazon. The company originally planned …

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The surprising benefits of traveling with physical books

Among the many things that struck me about this remarkable work were Lawrence’s descriptions of Wadi Rum, Jordan. He wrote of a wall of rock “sinking like a thousand-foot wave down the middle of the valley”, sharp hills forming a “massive rampart of redness”, domes and boulders of sandstone and …

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Why interest in Saudi Arabia’s emerging film industry has skyrocketed

DUBAI: A husband and wife argue as their marriage deteriorates and their home is invaded by ‘evil spirits’. A bride disappears during her wedding, leaving her guests waiting and her mother in crisis. A pregnant woman tries to distinguish reality from dreams, drug-induced delusions and perceptions of death. These are …

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South High’s Literary Arts Magazine Wins First Place | Herald Community Newspapers

Valley Stream South High School’s literary arts magazine, “Trails of Society,” won first place in the high school division for the 2020-2021 Scholastic Yearbook and Magazine Award sponsored by the American Press Association (APA). The magazine was published in a year marked by upheaval and disruption linked to Covid-19 whose …

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Rio Salado College, partners say the app has created a community

Cordero Holmes arrived at Rio Salado College in 2018 with the intention of reinventing himself. Holmes, who graduated with an associate’s degree in life sciences last year and hopes to become an addiction counselor, credits a program called RioConnect with helping him realize his dream of getting a college degree. …

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Want an app to read you The Canterbury Tales in Middle English? You’re lucky. ‹ Literary Center

February 17, 2022, 1:07 p.m. If you have ever taken an English course where you read the Canterbury Tales, chances are you’ll have to do the opening in Middle English, using pronunciation guides or YouTube videos (depending on the year) to guide you. Now said students can improve their practice …

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Turn your home screen into a stream with the Locket app – Washington Square News

With images that appear directly on the home screen of your loved ones, Locket redefines intimacy and privacy. Locket, the app that is gone viral on TikTok in early January, now ranks among the top free apps in Apple’s App Store. It works using the iOS widget functionality – by …

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Bentonville parents concerned about books with explicit content

BENTONVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – Parents and community members in Bentonville have raised concerns about some books in the high school library, while others said the books were taken out of context during a school board meeting. Several parents spoke about books with explicit sexual content at Tuesday’s board meeting. Lisa …

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The new Comixology app store has way more cons than pros

The Benefits of the New Comixology App Store The first advantage is that it looks more modern. I’ve been using Comixology for a decade and the site hasn’t changed much. It’s kind of an “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” approach. The site could use some aesthetic updates. And …

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Vancouver International Mountain Film Fest gears up for its silver anniversary

Alan Formanek fell in love with rock climbing while growing up in Bratislava in what was then called Czechoslovakia. He especially enjoyed hiking with his parents in the High Tatras, the highest mountain range in Slovakia. “I’ve always dreamed of trying to live abroad,” Formanek told the Law by telephone. …

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French film professor pushes Taiwanese productions

Writer, CNA, Paris Corrado Neri has defended Taiwanese cinema in France for many years as a film professor and author, praising their audacity, their diversity and their willingness to tackle sensitive subjects. Still, his passion has been tempered by concerns about waning enthusiasm for Taiwanese productions in France, telling the …

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‘BookTok’ reignites love for physical books – LE CHEVALIER GANNON

Gannon’s English-speaking community reflects on the influence of social media on increasing readership With our society’s apparent reliance on technology, it may be shocking that many still enjoy reading physical books. E-readers had their glory days, but popular social media app TikTok was able to encourage young and old to …

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Online learning platform Entri.app raises $7 million from Omidyar and others

Entri.app, an e-learning platform, announced on Wednesday that it has raised $7 million (about Rs 53 crore) in a funding round led by impact investor Omidyar Network India. The app offers local language lessons on skills development for growth in the private sector and cracking exams for government jobs. Funds …

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Review of “Leonora Addio”: Paolo Taviani pays tribute to his brother, a poet and a film

Berlin: Taviani keeps finding new ways to evoke his loss, just as the film itself keeps reinventing itself. An unbalanced diptych that welds an intimate travelogue through Italian cinema and history to a rather flimsy literary adaptation, Paolo Taviani’s “Leonora Addio” is, in theory, a valentine to Sicilian poet and …

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Samsung makes Google Messages the default SMS app for the Galaxy S22 series

Here’s good news for Rich Communication Services (RCS), as Samsung’s new move could be a major step forward for the new messaging standard. According to reports, Samsung has decided to make Google Messages its default app for text communications for the Galaxy S22 series. The Google Messages app supports RCS, …

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Google app uses machine learning to discover your pet’s look in 10,000 classic works of art

Does your cat imagine themselves to be a 21st century incarnation of Bastetthe Egyptian Goddess of the Rising Sun, protector of the house, aka The Lady of Massacre? If so, you should definitely allow it to download the Google Arts & Culture app on your phone to take a selfie …

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A Film-Maker Remembers is a love story between the artist and me, says Suman Ghosh

Filmmaker and scholar Suman Ghosh’s first book, Soumitra Chatterjee: A Film-Maker Remembers, was published by Om Books International about the late legendary actor’s 88 years.and birthday, January 19 of this year. Ghosh first met the veteran artist on the sets of Goutam Ghose’s film Dekha (2001). Chatterjee would go on …

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Browse hundreds of business books with 20-minute summaries for $99.99

The Hill may be compensated and/or receive an affiliate commission if you purchase through our links. Sometimes it seems like there just aren’t enough hours in a day to complete the tasks on our to-do list, and if you have a full schedule of work and family obligations, that may …

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Nottingham-based filmmaker receives recognition at BFI Future Film Festival

Alex Watkins Hannah Tasker’s short film take things back was nominated for Best Experimental Film at this year’s British Film Institute (BFI) Festival of the Future. The film is an office documentary made in confinement that sees a filmmaker filming himself to examine his behaviors. take things back is one …

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Iran’s pounds dwindle as US sanctions sting

For literature lovers in sanctions-stricken Iran, a new novel has long provided brief respite from a crushing economic crisis triggered by international pressure imposed on Tehran’s disputed nuclear program. But now getting lost in a good book is getting harder and harder as cash-strapped publishers struggle with soaring paper prices. …

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The Storykeepers podcast is gaining a solid following of people who love books

Watching up-and-coming writers develop their identities and skills and seeing other people appreciate their work is exciting, the hosts say. For nearly a year, the Storykeepers podcast has amplified the work of Indigenous writers with 47,000+ downloads. Sharing the enthusiasm for books, the podcast focuses on one book per month. …

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Slavery through the eyes of a child | Books

You never know what pieces of history might be hiding in your own neighborhood. But all it takes is a clue to mobilize the inner detective and launch an adventure of discovery. Such were the beginnings of Betsy Biesenbach’s recent children’s book, “Say My Name: The Story of Amanda Jeffers, …

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Rare Books, Precious Metals and New Bestsellers – Orange County Register

The Book Pages is a weekly newsletter that arrives in your inbox. Subscribe now. I’m not a rare book collector, but this past weekend I attended the Rare Books LA event in Pasadena, which featured wares from nearly 90 booksellers, printers, artists, and dealers. Looking at the wide range of …

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Glengormley’s teenager screenplay selected by British Film Institute to hit big screen this summer

a bud Co-Antrim The filmmaker will see his screenplay transformed from the page to the big screen this summer after having his work selected by the British Film Institute. © Glengormley Secondary School Zoe Magee, 17, from Glengormley Zoe Magee is currently studying her A-Levels at Glengormley High School and …

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The Quietus | Cinema | Movie Features

“I feel like I don’t want to live my whole life in this very privileged part of the world where I come from,” Honor Swinton Byrne’s Julie says in Joanna Hogg’s 2019 film. Memory. “I want to be really aware of what’s going on around me.” Julie is a quasi-autobiographical …

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Every Classic Book to Movie Adaptation Coming in 2022

Ever since the invention of motion pictures, Hollywood has been on the hunt for great stories and, at least in theory, there’s no better place to look than the canon of great literature. From Jane Austen’s country novels to Stephen King’s scary tales, these works are time-tested and timeless masterpieces. …

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Analog books are getting better and better: helped, not hindered, by the digital world

from technology-does-not-destroy-culture department Many of the worst ideas in recent copyright laws have been driven by the fear of some influential companies about the transition from analog to digital. While analog formats – vinyls, books, theatrical releases of films – are relatively easy to control, digital ones are not. Once …

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A Colorado ‘bookstagrammer’ found following by sharing her love of books | Culture & Leisure

Few selfies, cuddly cats, or TV show-inspired memes are found in these little squares. This corner of Instagram is reserved for books. And it’s far from being a lonely place. Appropriately called “Bookstagram”, the online community celebrating the love of books has morphed into an unlikely popular subset of Instagram. …

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A Muslim dating app fueled their connection

When Jafreen Momtaj Uddin and Shakil Sarfaroz Rabbi met on Salams, a Muslim dating app, in June 2021, they immediately began a two-hour online chat that Ms Uddin described as “extremely comfortable”. “I was visiting an aunt in Philadelphia that day,” said Ms Uddin, 36. While one of her relatives …

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Gehraiyaan movie review: Deepika Padukone and Siddhant anchor this Shakun Batra movie

Movie name: Gehraiyaan To throw: Deepika Padukone, Ananya Panday, Siddhant Chaturvedi Director: Chakun Batra Leaving and moving away are two very different things. Moving on is a choice – difficult, frustrating and contrary to what movies, pop culture and literature tell you, it’s not pretty. To walk away is simply …

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15th Annual Human Rights Film Series Features Current Issues • The Duquesne Duke

Marie-Liz Flavin | news editor. All films will be shown in room 104 or 105, located at the bottom of College Hall, at 7 p.m. Students can check movie dates on Campus Link. by Mary Liz Flavin | news editor February 10, 2022 As the dust settled, many responders, citizens …

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This local dating app for the LGBTQIA+ community promises to be a judgment-free zone

Dating has undergone monumental changes over the decades. Thanks to advancements in technology, virtually dating that special someone is popularized for its hands-on approach. There are several apps that have helped people find “the one”. Although online dating is an intriguing concept, it has its limitations. The internet can guarantee …

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Kent School District Librarian Is Ready to Defend LGBTQ Books ‘Even More Now’

A Kent School District librarian is defending several books that have been challenged for their content. Gavin Downing has been an educator since 2006 and a trained and licensed librarian for about a decade. He worked as a librarian at Cedar Heights Middle School in Kent for nearly four years, …

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The award-winning novel ‘Radio Sunrise’ will be adapted into a film | The Guardian Nigeria News

1 day ago Pregnancy is accompanied by hormonal and physical changes in the human body, including melasma (chloasma gravidarum). Caused by sun exposure and also associated with pregnancy, melasma is a skin condition that affects women (sometimes men) between the ages of 20 and 50. Also known as the “mask …

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Decoding Dickens’ secret notes for himself, one symbol at a time

For more than a century, scholars of Charles Dickens have tried, without much success, to decipher a one-page letter written by the author in symbols, dots, and squiggles. The letter sat for decades, unread, in a vault in the Morgan Library & Museum in New York, until recent months, when …

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New social media app entices students to BeReal

A new social media app has arrived on campus and encourages students to show their lives unfiltered. Unlike typical social media platforms which can be organized and edited, BeReal users take an unorganized snapshot of their day no matter what they are doing – whether they are studying, partying or …

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🌱 10-Year-Old Boy Goes Back To School + Buffalo Film Heads To The Oscars

Get up, Buffalo! Here’s everything you need to know to get this Wednesday off to a good start. Here’s everything happening around town today. First, today’s weather forecast: A little snow and rain. Top: 43 Bottom: 33. Here are today’s top 3 stories in Buffalo: A Buffalo woman has pleaded …

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LIBRARY SHELF: One Hundred Years of Award-Winning Books | Local columnists

Have you heard of the latest award-winning books for children and teenagers? Each year at the end of January, the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association, honors several authors and illustrators with various awards. The build-up to the big event is creating a …

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‘Tinder Swindler’ scammer ‘Simon Leviev’ banned from dating app

The scammer investigated in new Netflix documentary The Tinder scammer got banned from the dating app. Shimon Hayut allegedly met women on Tinder before scamming them out of millions of dollars after tricking them into believing his name was “Simon Leviev” and that he was the son of Israeli diamond …

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Holographic Lamination Film Market 2022 Segmentation, Regional Trade, Company Profile Analysis and Product Developments 2028 – The Grundy Register

the Global Holographic Lamination Film Market from 2021 to 2027 paper published by MarketsandResearch.biz was intended to provide a strategy formulation recommendation. The Holographic Lamination Films research includes market drivers, opportunities, limiting factors, and difficulties. It presents a quantitative study of the market based on information gathered from a number …

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10 rising European stars honored at the Berlin International Film Festival

the French Anamaria Vartolomei, star of “Happening”, winner of the Golden Lion of Venice by Audrey Diwan; Ireland’s Clare Dunne, whose character on AMC’s Dublin series “Kin” has been dubbed “the Tony Soprano wife”; and Croatian Gracija Filipovic, who caused a stir in Alamat Kusijanovic’s ‘Murina’, winner of the Cannes …

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Trump’s Truth Social app, self-proclaimed enemy of Big Tech, needs Apple and Google to survive

INTERVIEW: “Our newspaper is more than a vehicle for relaying the news, it’s a message” LONDON: The rise and popularity of social media and alternative news platforms continues to threaten the very survival of traditional print journalism around the world. In English-speaking countries, newspapers published in foreign languages ​​are even …

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Cillian Murphy ‘not interested’ in starring in rom-com – Film News | Film-News.co.uk

Cillian Murphy “just doesn’t like” being in a rom-com. The ‘Peaky Blinders’ star loves taking on roles in ‘melancholic’ plays – whether in theatre, TV or film – as he prefers his work to explore more ‘gnarled’ and ‘uncomfortable’ themes. The 45-year-old actor told Esquire magazine: “I’ve always been interested …

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Emirati authors describe how books help children become resilient

On the sidelines of the recent launch of ELF Publishing, a new independent publishing house of the Emirates Literature Foundation (ELF), Maitha told Gulf News: “The books are really amazing. They give children hope and inspire them. They are immersed in an incredible world that helps them understand their environment. …

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Titan Books celebrates vintage ‘Flash Gordon’ comics in new deluxe collection

The golden age of newspaper comics was a glorious time for imaginative readers, with iconic series from Superman, Prince Valiant, Buck Rogers and, of course, blonde-haired space adventurer Flash Gordon. . Gordon, the handsome Yale University alumnus and famous polo player, first appeared as a King Features Syndicate strip in …

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New children’s books on dance themes

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