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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 […]

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 […]

The Banff Film Festival returns with an ...

A bonanza of outdoor movies will return to Spokane after a year-long absence. The Banff Film Festival takes place in Spokane on February 18 and 19 at the Bing Crosby Theater starting at 7 p.m. both nights. “It gives Spokane’s outdoor community a way to come together during the winter season,” said organizer Paul Fish. […]

SnoFlinga: ‘Celebrate Winter’ Outdoors a

Snow and ice can stretch nerves like a bungee cord pulled beyond its capacity. That, at least, is a reaction among motorists who encounter freeway driving conditions where shoulders try to suck them in and passing 18-wheelers throw whiteouts. Parents stuck with snowy kids can also feel a little stretched. Homestake Lodge co-owner Lauren Thieszen […]

Vemulawada Temple in Telangana steps up ...

As the date of the Medaram Jathara approaches, around 15,000 to 20,000 devotees visit the temple every day, officials say, causing them concern. Ahead of the Medaram Jathara at the Sri Raja Rajeshwara Temple in Vemulawada of Telangana, temple authorities have said that measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 will be reinforced at the […]

“Zalava” wins awards at Duhok Internatio

TEHRAN – Iranian director Arsalan Amiri won the award for best director for his drama “Zalava” at the 8th Duhok International Film Festival in the Kurdistan region of Iraq. Navid Purfaraj also won the Best Actor award for his role in the film, winner of the Grand Prize at the 36th Venice International Film Critics’ […]

Black Harvest Film Festival, reggaeton a...

It’s a little chilly in here, but here are a few things to do this week that might just warm you up. Fri 11/19 606 Records and the Cleve Carney Museum of Art (CCMA) team up to celebrate Ben LaMar Gay’s New album, Open your arms to open up to us (be sure to read […]

Pune International Film Festival: With f...

The 19th edition of Pune International Film Festival (PIFF) is scheduled to be held from December 2-9. Film buffs can make the most of the opportunity as online registration for delegates will begin from Thursday, while on-site registration at festival venues will begin on November 22. The film festival will be held at three venues […]

41st Annual Light Craft Festival to Supp...

THOMASTON – “As the days get shorter and cooler, we know fall is here, and inevitably winter will follow,” the Pope Memorial Humane Society said in a press release. “Even if it means cold and snow, it also means vacation! “ Kick off the season with the annual Festival of Lights craft show hosted by […]

In Kashmir, an annual festival has kept ...

All the children and men in a village taking a day off once a year to go fishing together might sound like an old tale, but this village in Kashmir has witnessed it for ages. Nature has endowed the southern Anantnag district of Indian administered Kashmir with many springs. The largest of these is in […]

Man, 55, killed after being gored by bul...

Man, 55, killed after being gored by a bull at an annual festival in Spain – the first in the country since the start of the coronavirus pandemic An unnamed man was gored to death during a bull-racing festival in Onda, Castellon He was rushed to hospital but died after bull’s horn punctured his femoral […]

Clara Roquet’s “Libertad” wins the compe

Catalan director Clara Roquet’s teenage friendship drama “Libertad” and Ferit Karahan’s social drama “Brother’s Keeper”, about Kurdish children living in fear in a Turkish boarding school, won respectively the award for best film in international competitions. and national awards for the 58th Orange Gold Film from Antalya, Turkey. Festival which ended on Saturday. “Libertad”, a […]

BFI London Film Festival 2021: Memory Bo...

Once again we return to the South Bank of London for the annual BFI London Film Festival. Many of the year’s most popular tickets have already debuted at other festivals, including the Palme d’Or winner Titanium; the praised rewards Spencer, Pablo Larrain’s sequel to his previous success, Jackie; The tickle and the controversy of Paul […]

Announcement of the accessible film fest...

The Accessible Film Festival, which will be held online and physically for the ninth time this year by Puruli Culture and Arts from October 11-17, 2021, is preparing to bring moviegoers together with its 38-film program consisting of the most popular long and short films. footage from the last period. This year, the Festival program […]

Antalya Film Festival strengthens its ro...

Turkey’s Antalya Orange Gold Film Festival, which has always been the main catalyst for local cinema in the country, is a testament to the fact that despite the hurdles due to the pandemic and the country’s economy, Turkish filmmakers are standing still. wear well. “At the beginning of the year, people were saying, ‘You won’t […]

” Your Pag ” won the Silver Klapa at the

October 1, 2021 – The film ” Your Pag ” was directed by the experienced Antea Ratković and highlights the attractions of the island, such as its destinations, landscapes, activities, gastronomy and people. At the recent Viva Film Festival in Sarajevo, he won the Silver Klapa in the tourism category. At the international documentary film […]

The 58th Antalya Film Festival Golden Or...

09/28/2021 – The oldest collection of Turkish films presents the most recent films from Turkey and abroad in a physical event that takes place in the famous Mediterranean resort Anatolian Leopard by Emre KayiÅŸ The Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival aims to connect emerging talents and established professionals from Turkey and abroad in the famous […]

31st annual festival kicks off with food...

Posted on September 10, 2021 at 12:28 p.m. Mouth-watering food, crowd-pleasing entertainment, and sun-drenched boats to greet the Palmerton Community Festival on its return. After a one-year absence, the 31st annual event will take place from 5-11 tonight, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday and noon to 9 p.m. Sunday in Palmerton Borough Park. The […]

Music and dance returns with the third a...

Brooklyn’s oldest farmhouse hosts a celebration of Haitian culture, including drumming, dancing, and food, with its third annual Minokan Festival this month. Haitian singer and voodoo priestess Sirene Dantor supervises the afternoon at the Wyckoff House Museum. This year, while honoring traditions, the festival will also provide a space for gathering and healing in the […]

Czech town of Nasavrky to host Lughnasad...

The Celts settled on Czech lands around the 4th century BC. Today, the region they once inhabited is called Bohemia. Lughnasadh is a Gallic harvest festival celebrated in Ireland, Scotland and, for the fifteenth year now, also in the Czech Republic. One of the four great Celtic festivals, it is a thanksgiving to Mother Earth […]

Cucalorus launches Kickstarter to host i...

The Cucalorus Film Festival launched a Launch campaign aiming to bring back the annual in-person film festival this year. The campaign aims to reach $ 27,000 in donations, after receiving more than $ 5,000 on Wednesday afternoon. According to the Kickstarter post, the pandemic has taken its toll on the organization. Dan Brawley, head of […]

10 modern comedy movies perfect for Goon...

The Goonies are a 1980s classic that has stood the test of time, remaining just as popular today as it was when it was originally released. It’s a pop culture classic, with people still citing lines from the film to this day, and hilarious moments unfold throughout. RELATED: The Goonies & 9 More Sentimental Movies […]

My first priority is comedy films: Allar...

Allari Naresh has played an intense role in his upcoming Naandhi release directed by Vijay Kanakamedala. The film starring Navami in the lead role and Varalakshmi Sarathkumar in an important role will hit screens on the 19th of this month. Today, Naandhi’s pre-release event takes place in the presence of all the cast and crew. […]

Seattle’s eighth Turkish Film Festival t

The online edition of the festival, which will be held from December 5 to 12, aims to give American moviegoers the chance to watch the best Turkish films of 2019. The weeklong event will present four feature films and 10 short films, including 3 Grand Jury favorites. (Twitter) The 8th Seattle Turkish Film Festival will […]

Lucky Grandma review – a gambling grandm

Ssentimentalizing, condescending and generally disrespecting our elders is now a movie trope for any title that includes the words “grandma” or “grandfather” to cause an unintentional thrill. That Lucky Grandma is not a part of these films is mainly due to her star, Tsai Chin, whose many attributes include the ability to conduct full conversations […]

Iconic Turkish film festival returns wit...

What’s in a name? For the iconic Adana film festival, the return to its original name – Golden Boll, which takes its name from the rounded cottonseed grown in abundance in the region – after three years has been a major political victory. Former Adana mayor Huseyin Sozlu of the far-right Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) […]

Belgium’s Not-So-Turkish “Turkish” Villa

The inhabitants of Faymonville, a small village in Liège, Belgium, have considered themselves Turks for centuries despite being hundreds of kilometers from Turkey. The village even holds an annual Turkish festival, which attracts thousands of people, especially Turks, from all over Belgium and Europe. This year’s festival took place on Monday. During the Turkish holiday, […]

DC’s first Turkish film festival gives f

Although Turkey’s film industry celebrated its centenary in 2014, most of the country’s directors remain little known outside of the international festival circuit. Two notable exceptions are Nuri Bilge Ceylan, winner of the Palme d’Or de Cannes in 2014 for “Winter Sleep”, and the Franco-Turkish director Deniz Gamze Erguven, whose first feature “Mustang” was nominated […]

Turkish film wins first prize at Italian...

“The Dream of the Butterfly”, written by Yılmaz ErdoÄŸan, wins the first prize at the Terra di Siena International Film Festival in Italy. “The Dream of the Butterfly”, a Turkish film written and directed by Yılmaz ErdoÄŸan, won first prize in the best film category at the Terra di Siena International Film Festival in Italy […]

Judge Lamar Davis Takes Recall Judge Sta...

Jan Skuch | Savannah Morning News U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Lamar W. Davis Jr. upgraded this month to “reminder judge” status, which means he will continue to work as a full-time judge, but clears the way for an additional judge in the 43-county Southern District of Georgia Bankruptcy Court. . “I would really like to keep […]