Literary film

Coffee: the DNA of Shanghai’s new blockbuster

Have you seen the new local movie “B for Busy”? It became a huge, unexpected success. One of the charms of the film is that it is almost entirely in the Shanghai dialect. This means that not only foreigners, but even Chinese from out of town have to read the …

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The Lost Daughter: Netflix’s final 2021 movie is a spectacular drama

“I am a very selfish person,” explains Leda Caruso (Olivia Colman), a literature teacher on an internship in a Greek seaside town of The lost girl. Based on a novel by Elena Ferrante, actress Maggie Gyllenhaal’s first film follows Leda, mother of two grown daughters, Bianca and Marta, in search …

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Pratik Bhattacharya, Shiv Mishra’s Hindi Film “It’s Life Yaar, Hota Hai” Celebrates One Million Views

Pratik Bhattacharya wins Best Director and Vishnu Mishra Award for Best Musical Director at Global Taj International Film Festival Bombay, December 31: A Hindi feature film by Pratik Bhattacharya and EP & DOP Shiv Mishra C’est la vie yaar, Hota hai .. has been released on MX player and other …

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The best literature we read in 2021

Despite our society’s general lack of interest in reading, the decline in literacy and technological change, and the propensity for a censorship drive, the world of literature continues to thrive anyway. The books keep coming out, and they continue to be worth pursuing. It is impossible for a literary critic …

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Details of Conductive Tape Market Growth Factor for Business Development 2026

The research literature on the Conductive Matrix Attachment Film market presents a comprehensive analysis of the key growth drivers, challenges, and prospects that are likely to shape the business dynamics over 2020-2026. At the same time, it offers the latest updates on various industry segments and their sub-segments to provide …

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Film review: “Martin Eden by Jack London”: an intimate and poignant narration | Rutland Reader

‘Martin Eden by Jack London’, the latest film from Vermont filmmaker Jay Craven, tells the semi-autobiographical London story of an uneducated sailor who strives to become a sophisticated writer despite the human cost – for others , but mainly for himself. Written and directed by Craven, this feature film is …

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The DPIFF team announces its tourism partners for the Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival Awards 2022 | AFN News

Previous story: Neo-banking startup Jupiter raises $ 86 million in Series C funding round The DPIFF team announces its tourism partners for the Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival Awards 2022 Posted on December 30, 2021 Preparations for DPIFF 2022, India’s most prestigious awards ceremony, are in full swing. Six revered …

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2021 movie recap – Lagniappe Mobile

Here’s a lazy year-end list of everything I reviewed over the past year to make sure you don’t miss a thing before you start all over again. It’s not in any particular order because it’s a lazy list. “I’m Your Man”: A delightful German comedy starring Dan Stevens as a …

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Macbeth’s tragedy is visually stunning but suffocating | Cinema / TV

The Bard is tough. Adapting William Shakespeare for film is a bit like riding a unicycle while trying to defend your doctoral thesis. Joel Coen, despite being a generational talent behind the camera, took the risk of bringing to the big screen one of Shakespeare’s best-known and most important plays …

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Bittersweet tribute to movie buff Rashid Irani

The 57-minute documentary follows the late film critic and collector into the past. The star of Marilyn Monroe Niagara (1953) is the movie that turned Rashid Irani’s heads. The film critic and collector recounted his first take on the Hollywood feature film that turned him into a movie buff in …

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