Literary film

Movie Review: The Tragedy of Macbeth

Director: Joel coenWith : Denzel Washington, Frances McDormand, Alex HassellDuration of operation: 105 minutes One of the greatest directors of all time tackling one of the most famous tales of all time? Macbeth’s tragedy seemed like it just couldn’t be wrong. And, if you’re a fan of Shakespearean storytelling brought …

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Film about the “Beautiful Summer” in Bavies. Collection in Turin- Corriere.it

From Fabrice Division Director Laura Luchetti directs Premio Strega: César knew how to talk about the freedom of love Because I decided to shoot nice summer? It was “she” who called me. When the producers Giovanni Bombelli e Luca Linani They suggested it to me, thinking I was the right …

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The execution and non-execution of Norman Mailer

On Monday, the first literary scandal of 2022 hit the arc. Donald Trump biographer and general media gadfly Michael Wolff reported, on the rising platform Substack The Ankler, that Random House canceled a collection of Norman Mailer’s political writings to coincide with the 100th anniversary of Mailer’s birth. “The backdoor …

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Josh Hartnett in Christopher Nolan’s upcoming Oppenheimer movie

Christopher Nolan continues to stack the cast for his next film, Oppenheimer. According to Deadline, Josh Hartnett signed on for the film, joining an impressive leading cast that includes Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Florence Pugh, Robert Downey Jr., Rami Malek, Benny Safdie and Cillian Murphy. It’s unclear who Hartnett will …

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What makes Vivek Agnihotri only feature National Film Award winners in his films?

Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri returns time and time again to the creation of political thrillers. From “Tashkent Files” to “Kashmir Files” to “Delhi Files”, he has supported some of his films’ most untold stories. However, he always makes sure to choose National Film Award winning actors for all of his projects. …

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Comprehensive Analysis of Thin Film Photovoltaic Modules Market, Share, Growth Forecast 2021-2026

Summary: Prepared by senior analysts and researchers, the Thin Film Photovoltaic Modules Market report comprises specific facts, figures, and statistical studies to help companies better understand the current and future growth patterns of this vertical. The thin film photovoltaic modules market is expected to register year-over-year growth rate of XX% …

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The lost girl | Cinematic threat

NEW ON NETFLIX! Storytelling is what I love most about movies. More than acting or production values, I just want to travel for ninety minutes. Maggie Gyllenhaal’s The lost girl is a thrilling character drama that took me on a road to a surprising destination. Leda (Olivia Coleman) is an …

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What to do this week, from the Januscary film festival to a whiskey walking tour

What’s going on in Pittsburgh this week, January 3-6? Find out here. Be sure to pack your mask and visit each organization’s website and social media to learn about Covid safety protocols. Do you know of a cool event? Send us an email. Monday January 3: Farm-to-table local online shopping …

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After prohibition, literature and cinema paved the way for modern cocktail culture

Drinks have featured in movies and literature for ages. In the movies, we watch a protagonist sip a glass of grief or celebration; in the literature we read about these experiences and understand their usefulness in telling the story. And while drink and pop culture pretty much go hand in …

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Film: Olivia Colman and Maggie Gyllenhaal on the complex question of motherhood

Motherhood and its many conflicts, contradictions and complications is a subject little explored in cinema. But it’s an issue that comes to the fore in The Lost Girl, actress Maggie Gyllenhaal’s debut film and an adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s novel of the same name. It stars Olivia Colman as Leda, …

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