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‘Women Make Film’ By Mark Cousin Shines At Toronto International Film Festival | Film News

  Last fall, filmmaker, film critic and historian Mark Cousin unveiled an ambitious project titled Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Film. This huge 14 hour documentary offered a journey across the work of female filmmakers, and the entire 14 hours has been screening at Toronto International Film Festival in five separate installments, to rave reviews, and even[…]

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Africa Utopia Festival Returns To The Southbank Centre This Weekend | Events

  Africa Utopia festival is back at the Southbank centre. From September 13 to 15, the event will feature talks, performances and workshop celebrating pan-african culture, but also live musical and screenings of award-winning films. And for its seventh year, the festival has collaborated withIndaba X.   The festival aims to explore how Africa and its diaspora have impacted art,[…]

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Alienstock Festival In Area 51 Cancelled Over ‘Humanitarian Disaster’ Fears | Music News

  The Alienstock music festival, near Area 51 in Nevada, has been cancelled! Its organizer, Matty Roberts, released an official statement on the festival’s website, saying that they’ve decided to “pull the plug” following safety concerns.   Indeed, they have taken this decision “due to the lack of infrastructure, poor planning, risk management and blatant disregard for the safety of[…]

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The Final Trailer For ‘Doctor Sleep’ Has Landed | Film Trailer

  The final trailer for the sequel to Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 iconic movie The Shining has dropped. Titled Doctor Sleep, it has been adapted for the big-screen by Mike Flanagan from the same name Stephen King novel published in 2013.   To remind you, The Shining tells the story of Jack Torrance, an aspiring writer who moves at the Overlook[…]

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Johnny Depp Defends Dior Sauvage Campaign From Cultural Appropriation Accusations | Politics

  Johnny Depp has defended his latest Dior Sauvage campaign after critics ravaged the promotional video for racism and cultural appropriation about the Native American culture.   Last month, the teaser of Dior’s ‘We are the Land’ came under fire. It was an extract from a larger film directed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino.   The clips showed a woman wearing a[…]

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