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Cleveland Kidnapping Survivors: Four Years After Escape, Where Are They Now?

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Cleveland Kidnapping Survivors: Four Years After Escape, Where Are They Now?
It has been four years since three women miraculously escaped from a Cleveland home where they had been held captive for a decade.

Since their escape on May 6, 2013, Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Lily Rose Lee (formerly known as Michelle Knight) have been rebuilding their lives and relationships, and continuing to move forward.

Lee, who changed her name to reflect her favorite flowers, recently announced that she is working on her second book, “Life After Darkness: My Journey to Happiness.” It will publish on May 1, 2018, days before the five-year anniversary of her escape from captivity.

“She has kept a fairly low-profile,
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‘Post Tenebras Lux’ is an ambitious and baffling achievement flowing with passion

Post Tenebras Lux

Directed by Carlos Reygadas

Written by Carlos Reygadas

Mexico/France, 2012

The body of work put forth by Mexican auteur Carlos Reygadas has been nothing short of polarizing. At 42, and now with four features under his belt, Reygadas has been earmarked as one of the most ambitious and daring filmmakers working in modern cinema and in the arthouse. With his latest, Post Tenebras Lux (Latin for After Darkness, Light), his status grows; this very personal and seemingly scattered autobiographical account should further mystify the Reygadas faithful and detractors alike. As a symbol of creative ambition, few come close to matching Reygadas, an artist unaware of boundaries and safe zones within the medium. His cinema, and especially Post Tenebras Lux, is miraculous, almost overwhelmingly flowing with flaws and passion. For better or worse, his natural instincts depict a constant beauty amid tragedy and turmoil.

Reygadas sure knows how to open a film,
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Idw to publish Star Trek After Darkness epilogue

Idw Publishing is currently building up to the arrival Star Trek Into Darkness with the four-part prequel miniseries Star Trek: Countdown to Darkness, and now it's been announced that writer Mike Johnson will also provide an official in-canon epilogue to J.J. Abrams' hotly-anticipated sci-fi sequel. Entitled Star Trek After Darkness, the epilogue is being overseen by Roberto Orci, co-writer of Star Trek Into Darkness and its 2009 predecessor, and is set to take place in issues #21-23 of Idw's ongoing Star Trek series.

"[After Darkness] picks up a few days after the movie ends, then jumps ahead about a week" Johnson tells Comic Book Resources. "The storyline address the fallout from both the film and the prequel miniseries Countdown to Darkness. The hope is that the prequel, the movie and the ongoing series tell one big epic story that continues into the months to come. I can tell you the story
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WonderCon: Star Trek Into Darkness Comic Epilogue Announced

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Writer Mike Johnson has confirmed that an epilogue to J.J. AbramsStar Trek Into Darkness will be told in two upcoming issues of his ongoing Trek series for Idw. Hit the jump for more info. Speaking with Comic Book Resources at WonderCon 2013, Star Trek writer Mike Johnson revealed plans to tell an epilogue to Paramount’s upcoming blockbuster Star Trek Into Darkness in two issues of the Idw ongoing series this summer. Titled Star Trek: After Darkness, the story will take place several days after the end of the J.J. Abrams-directed sequel. Stellar Labs is handling art duties. “The comic story picks up a few...

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WonderCon: Star Trek Into Darkness Comic Epilogue Announced

Speaking with Comic Book Resources at WonderCon 2013, Star Trek writer Mike Johnson revealed plans to tell an epilogue to Paramount's upcoming blockbuster Star Trek Into Darkness in two issues of the Idw ongoing series this summer. Titled Star Trek: After Darkness, the story will take place several days after the end of the J.J. Abrams-directed sequel. Stellar Labs is handling art duties. "The comic story picks up a few days after the movie ends, then jumps ahead about a week. The storyline address the fallout from both the film and the prequel miniseries "Countdown to Darkness." The hope is that the prequel, the movie and the ongoing series tell one big epic story that continues into the months to come," says Johnson. Unfortunately, he can't give much away, "but I can say that people (both familiar and unfamiliar) travel to a place (both familiar and unfamiliar) very far
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Actress Nathalia Acevedo On “Post Tenebras Lux”

Actress Nathalia Acevedo On “Post Tenebras Lux”
Post Tenebras Lux, the film that won Mexican director Carlos Reygadas the award for Best Director at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, has a story. But what it’s about, first and foremost, isn’t narrative but texture: The grainy wetness of mud in an open field. The harsh bristle of matted dog fur. The wet steam of a tiled sauna. It’s also about sound, from the giggle of a boy being tickled by his father to the thunder of rugby cleats on a hard floor.

Shot in an box-y 4:3 aspect ratio with intermittently blurred, rippled edges, Post Tenebras Lux unfolds in a fragile half-light. The film’s textures and sounds are so intense that experiencing it is nearly intoxicating. These qualities do not come through when watching the film’s trailer on a phone or computer. Post Tenebras Lux (the title translates as After Darkness, Light) ought be projected,
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Don’T Believe The Hype: A Toronto 2012 Preview

The optimist and the contrarian may find common ground in anticipation; to be a festivalgoer at the Toronto Film Festival is to be a bit of both. Particularly when preceded by negative reviews trickling out of earlier festivals in Cannes, Locarno, Venice and Berlin or less-than-enticing trailers, the debut of new work from filmmakers who have proven themselves capable of greatness can have cinephiles’ hearts in their throats. What if the hype is true, and your favorite living director is no longer creating essential work? Yet with reports of boos just might come a sneaking desire to go to that movie anyway. See for yourself. Don’t believe everything you hear. Maybe, just maybe, it will prove everyone wrong.

“Self-indulgent exercise in exquisite pseudo-profundity commits hara-kiri on [director’s] own reputation,” proclaimed The Hollywood Reporter‘s Neil Young from Cannes, going on to describe the latest film by Carlos Reygadas, Post Tenebras Lux (After Darkness,
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