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Epic Cycling, Rough Climbs and Elemental...

Jhe last two years have been difficult at times for those who enjoy outdoor sports. Climbers with no rocks at their doorstep have damaged their elbows hanging from the doorframes. Riders have invested in indoor training machines. For many, getting out means running through nearby parks and rushing to hills and lakes whenever the opportunity […]

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In that same theater 92 years later, at the I Heart Pluto festival celebrating the discovery, Alden Tombaugh reflected on his father’s legacy of inspiration. When he talks about his father, it’s not the discovery of Pluto that he remembers the most, it’s his father’s love for sharing astronomy with others, especially children. “It makes […]

Peaks & Valleys: Banff Mountain Film Fes

Saturday February 26, 2022 Credit: Twitter/@BanffMtnFest Last Thursday at the Corn Exchange, the Banff Mountain Film Festival world tour traveled to Cambridge. Named after the Canadian town of Banff, the festival aims to show the world’s best mountain-related films. Expect: rock climbing, extreme sports and documentaries about distant peoples and places. This year, the screenings […]

At the 2022 Berlin Film Festival, women ...

BERLIN — At this year’s Berlin Film Festival, films about women, for women and made by women took center stage. The festival’s first prize, the Golden Bear, was awarded to Spanish director Carla Simón for her film “Alcarràs”. Other coveted festival awards, Silver Bears, have been awarded to films directed by women, as has the […]

8th Annual Women’s Voices Now Film Festi

8th Annual Women’s Voices Now Film Festival Film screening begins March 1, 2022, awards ceremony March 24, 2022 with keynote speaker Jaina Lee Ortiz ROLLING HILLS ESTATE, CA, USA, February 22, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Join sponsors Sony Pictures, Filmocracy, The Lantos Foundation and OUT.LI.ER, for the 8th Annual Women’s Voices Now Film Festival on March […]

Klondike Film, another award from the Be...

Klondike Film, another award from the Berlin International Film Festival Kazanoutside The Ukrainian-Turkish co-production KLONDIKE, directed by Maryna Er Gorbach and co-produced by Mehmet Bahadır Er, in competition in the “Panorama” section of the Berlinale, won the Prix du Public / Prix du Public, which is the department’s grand prize, after the Ecumenical Jury Prize. […]

My Streaming Gem: Why You Should Watch O...

IIt’s hard to think of anything less fun than watching someone you love gasp their last breath of life. Yet in the opening of Other People, filmmaker Chris Kelly manages to turn this searing scene into a high-pitched comedy. Like much humor of the darkest hue, success hinges on the juxtaposition between the monumental and […]

My Streaming Gem: Why You Should Watch O...

IIt’s hard to think of anything less fun than watching someone you love gasp their last breath of life. Yet in the opening of Other People, filmmaker Chris Kelly manages to turn this searing scene into a high-pitched comedy. Like much humor of the darkest hue, success hinges on the juxtaposition between the monumental and […]

Turkish cinema will be promoted at the 7...

Turkish cinema will be promoted at the 72nd Berlin Film Festival Turkish cinema is promoted at the 72nd Berlin Film Festival this year. The “European Film Market” section of the 72nd Berlin Film Festival, where the festival section will be held physically, is held online. Film “Klondike” in the panoramic selection “Co-production support” by the […]

“Alcarràs” wins first prize at the Berli

Second prize went to prolific South Korean filmmaker Hong Sangsoo for “The Novelist’s Film,” a subtle conversation-driven drama centered around a series of encounters by a writer interested in making a film. Hong had won Best Director at the Berlinale (as the festival is known in Germany) only two years ago. A Special Jury Prize […]

Pastor facing defamation lawsuit files f...

HELENA — A Sidney Tory pastor who is being sued for libel has filed for bankruptcy, blocking a libel suit brought by a transgender activist who accused him of lying about her and threatening her and her lawyers. Monday’s filing in U.S. bankruptcy court by Pastor Jordan “JD” Hall also came just two days before […]

What do you do if a debtor fails to adhe...

Related practices and jurisdictions Tuesday, February 15, 2022 A recent opinion from the Michigan Court of Appeals explained that when a debtor defaults under a confirmed Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan, a creditor can enforce their rights in a court of state, and possibly in bankruptcy court as well. In City of Southfield v Shefa, LLC,[1] […]

Recent Developments in Singapore’s Quest

Judge Sontchi was appointed as a Judge of the United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Delaware in 2006. When he retires from the bench on June 30, 2022, he will assume a new role handling insolvency cases alongside Singaporean judges who have insolvency experience and also sit on the SICC. The move is part of […]

Owners of Pahrump Valley Winery file for...

The parent company of Pahrump Valley Winery has filed for bankruptcy. Nevada Wine Cellars Inc., which operates the local winery at 3810 Winery Road in Pahrump, said it owed more than $1 million to creditors, including $9,153 to the Nye County Treasurer’s Office, according to a document filed January 31 in a Las Vegas court. […]

The awful sound of Shelley Luther’s mora

If you listen carefully to Shelley Luther’s Six Seconds of Silence, you can hear a lot. Luther, the Dallas hair salon owner who was made a political star by Texas Republicans in 2020 when she defied a pandemic-induced state order to temporarily close nonessential businesses, is running as state representative. At a candidate forum on […]

CaptureRX faces bankruptcy if $4.75 mill...

A sign is displayed outside a Walmart store on November 16, 2021 in American Canyon, California. Walmart has been named a defendant in an ongoing lawsuit regarding the CaptureRX infringement. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) NEC Networks, d/b/a CaptureRX, has reached an agreement with the 2.42 million patients whose data was stolen before a ransomware […]

Developer wins bid to protect foreign pe...

A London court ruled in favor of a property developer on Tuesday following an EU court ruling on the protection of foreign pension benefits in the event of bankruptcy, because he refused to hear arguments from the trustees seeking to prove that there is a good reason not to protect these advantages from creditors.Judge Christopher […]

Second Circuit Ruling Potentially Expand...

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals recently issued an opinion that potentially expands the proximate cause element of claims filed under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act. RICO’s proximate cause element requires a plaintiff to allege facts that plausibly establish a “direct relationship” between the alleged harm and the defendant’s conduct in violation […]

Johnson & Johnson defends Talc bankruptc

A subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson was sued on Monday for trying to use the bankruptcy process to resolve tens of thousands of claims that its baby powder and other talc-based products caused cancer . The subsidiary, LTL Management, is fighting to remain bankrupt, arguing it is the best way to achieve a “fair, effective […]

Sonic Bloom will celebrate the 15th annu...

Colorado’s beloved summer festival, Sonic Bloom, is back and has unveiled the lineup for its 15th annual event. Scheduled for June 16-19, Rocky Mountain’s three-day electronic and jam festival will feature a Saturday night takeover performance by trip-hop producer Tipper, as well as performances by Lettuce, Lab Group, Detox Unit, Yheti, Of The Trees, Shlump […]

Sarajevo Film Festival chief steps down ...

Sarajevo manager quits after 27 years Mirsad Purivatra, the founder of the Sarajevo Film Festival, leaves the post of director of the SFF after 27 years. Purivatra will assume the role of President of the Obala Art Centar Association, the umbrella organization of the Sarajevo Film Festival. Purivatra’s successor will be Jovan Marjanović, previously in […]

The Ivan Reitman comedies that defined t...

For someone who made films that defined a generation, Ivan Reitman is not a household name. His legacy lies in shouts of “togas” at college parties, children dressed in jumpsuits on Halloween, a Dunkin’ Bugs Bunny, and the Arnold Schwarzenegger-worthy delivery of “it’s not a tumor.” The director and producer died peacefully in his sleep […]

Best comedies on Netflix: 10 of the most...

Want to find a hilarious new Netflix show to watch tonight? Or just need a movie to cheer me up after a rough week? Well, you’ve come to the place. Netflix has once again dominated the streaming world over the past 12 months, with our subscribers loving their impressive list of blockbuster movies and bingeable […]

‘Rabiye Kurnaz Vs. George W. Bush’ – Ber

A determined Turkish mother confronts the authorities in Rabiye Kurnaz Vs. George W. BushAndreas Dresen’s drama that takes a light-hearted approach to a moving true story. Dresen’s first Berlin Film Festival competition film since 2015 As we dreamed, it stars comic actress Meltem Kaptan as Rabiye Kurnaz. She is a cheerful and effervescent woman living […]

The Mardi Gras film festival is back

The 29th Mardi Gras Film Festival is once again set to roll out the best of queer cinema from around the world from February 17 to March 3. With 119 films from 37 different countries lined up at the festival, 51 of which will make their Australian premiere, there’s something for everyone in the festival’s […]

Catch the Banff Mountain Film Festival W...

Flying a hot air balloon over Turkey, engaging with grizzly bears in Alaska, diving over a frozen lake, and cruising the streets of Chicago as a bicycle courier are among the subjects of the short films featured in the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour which will be screened in Redlands on February 25 and […]

March will be a “month of dialogue” – co

The Jewish Federation of Milwaukee is hosting a “Dialogue Month” for March, starting with a live comedy event, all aimed at generating discussion about Israel and the interfaith world. “Dialogue Month is an opportunity for us to engage in difficult, multi-leveled conversations in hopes of seeing the nuance of Israel and the humanity of the […]

Involuntary + ABC + Voluntary [All For S...

An “Order Staying Subsequent Bankruptcy Cases” comes from In re The Aliera Companies Inc.Case No. 21-11548, Delaware Bankruptcy Court (issued January 18, 2022, Doc. 56), followed by “Order Transferring Venue of Voluntary Bankruptcy Cases Subsequently Filed” (issued January 25, 2022, Doc. 67) in the same case. The first order stays lawsuits in five Chapter 11 […]

The Red Sea Film Festival unveils the da...

FESTIVAL the Red Sea Film Festival announced that its second edition will run from December 1-10 this year, after its inaugural 2021 event saw nearly 140 films from 67 countries in 34 languages ​​screened for more than 30,000 ticket holders and more than 3,100 accredited guests from industry. The Festival will once again be held […]

Annual Hoosier Films Festival Announces ...

The following press release was sent to the Bloomingtonian on Monday: “For immediate release February 7, 2022 Annual Hoosier Films Festival Announces 2022 Lineup, Festival To Be Held In-Person March 24-27 The third annual Hoosier Films Festival will be held in downtown Bloomington, Indiana, March 24-27, 2022 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater and other nearby locations. […]

Films to see at the Denver Jewish Film F...

Persian lessons is a surprise of a bunch of directions. Director Vadim Perelman is Ukrainian. A year ago, the film was presented for the Oscars as coming from Belarus but was disqualified because too few Belarusians worked on it. The film mixes absurdities, improbabilities, a certain graphic Nazi brutality, unexpected tender moments – which you […]

Fun for all: UH KIDS FIRST! The Film Fe...

the uh CHILDREN FIRST! film festivalpresented by the Nearby college at the University of Hawaii in Mānoa, is back after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19 restrictions. The 14th virtual uh CHILDREN FIRST! Film Festival will screen over 100 films made by student, independent and veteran filmmakers from 25 countries for children aged 2 to […]

Best comedy movies on Netflix: Here are ...

Looking for the best comedies on Netflix? Then you’ve come to the right place. Netflix has once again dominated the streaming world over the past 12 months, with our subscribers loving their impressive list of blockbuster movies and bingeable TV shows exclusive to the service. And Netflix-produced comedies are some of the most-watched content on […]

INSIDE THE FLX: Geneva Winter Arts and F...

Parade of winter lanterns in downtown Geneva The parade is a chance for the community to come together and celebrate, while stimulating creativity and the arts with local schools, community groups and other partners. GBID Executive Director Michael Mills has lived in Atlanta for nearly 20 years and was struck by the beauty of their […]

🌱 It’s National Wearing Red Day + Annual

Good day, neighbors! Kristen here with today’s edition of the Dunedin Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: A lot of sun. High: 75 Low: 59. Congratulations to our first local sponsor: Want a unique portrait of your doggie or know someone who would like this as a gift? Debbie Lewis is a talented watercolor artist based […]

Acting Upon Faith Productions Receives A...

Students representing Acting Upon Faith Productions at Hammond won a Freddie G Award for Outstanding Ensemble Work at the 2022 Junior Theater Festival Atlanta. The festival is a weekend dedicated to celebrating student-led musical theater programs and took place January 14-16 online and in person in Atlanta. Acting Upon Faith Productions students Dominic Muguira and […]