World’s First Sanskrit Science Film Documenting ISRO’s Mars Orbiter Mission

Don’t be surprised if you find difficult space exploration theories and technical jargon relating to rocket science used in Sanskrit, the ancient language of Vedas and mantras, in a movie. A classic-language science documentary, considered the first such initiative in world cinema, will soon captivate moviegoers with the success story …

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India Today Group Updates Short Video News App Tak

India Today Group is updating its short video news app Tak with content differentiation, personalization and better engagement. The app is a pool of 18 channels offering content in 11 genres in four languages, covering national, regional and special interest segments. The Tak app also introduced the Fatak feature to …

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The CBC Books Holiday Gift Guide

Still looking for that last minute giveaway? Check out CBC Books’ Holiday Gift Guides for everyone on your shopping list! Hana Khan Continues is a novel by Uzma Jalaluddin. (HarperCollins, Andrea Stenson) Our favorite : Hana Khan continues by Uzma Jalaluddin Hana Khan continues is a romantic comedy by Uzma …

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“The Matrix Resurrections” Builds On The Film Series’ Queer Legacy

Photograph courtesy of Warner Bros. PicturesIts importance to LGBTQ + communities runs deeper than ever. By Nathalie Michie Date December 22, 2021 Like many other children of the 90s, Myriad Augustine was a fan of The matrix. But as a trans, non-binary person, their connection to the film series meant …

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“The Tender Bar” review: George Clooney’s film adaptation does not live up to its source

Through Seattle Times art critic Film critic “The Tender Bar”, the memoir written by JR Moehringer, is an excellent book. “The Tender Bar”, the movie directed by George Clooney, is just a decent movie. Something gets lost along the way, and it’s not surprising; Moehringer’s book, a dense tale of …

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The world’s first Sanskrit science film to portray the “Mangalyaan” saga

Thiruvananthapuram: Don’t be surprised if you find difficult space exploration theories and technical jargons relating to rocket science used in Sanskrit, the ancient language of vedas and mantras, in a movie. A classic-language science documentary, considered the first such initiative in world cinema, will soon win over moviegoers with the …

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The 11 best books we read in 2021

Whether it’s fiction or non-fiction, old or new, these are the books the staff at the Greenville Journal have loved reading (or re-reading) this year. “Green lights” by Matthew McConaughey Behind each person hides a story. In it, Oscar-winning actor Matthew McConaughey reflects on his life and tells the “go-ahead” …

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Southern Utah School District Bans Two Historically Relevant Books After Parent Complains

ST. GEORGE, Utah (ABC4) – After a parent’s complaint in Washington County, the local school district is removing two historically relevant books from its libraries. “We asked a parent to challenge these two books, Out of the darkness and The hate you give,Says Steven Dunham, communications director for the Washington …

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Film review on the road

On paper, there was no one better than director Walter Salles to lead the big-screen adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s much-revered Rhythm Generation epic, On The Road, The Travel Diary. partly autobiographical and on the state of the nation. novel that occupies a place among the upper echelons of American literature. …

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Patriki Film Festival launches open call for its first digital film competition – The Calvert Journal

Now in its 4th edition, the Patriki Film Festival in Russia calls on international filmmakers working in all genres to submit their films and TV shows for competition. Darren Aronofsky, American director, screenwriter and producer, who won the prestigious Golden Lion award at the 2008 Venice Film Festival for his …

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