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Inside the Unimaginable Horror at Las Vegas Concert Shooting: ‘Blood Was Seeping Down on Us from the Bleachers Above’

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Inside the Unimaginable Horror at Las Vegas Concert Shooting: ‘Blood Was Seeping Down on Us from the Bleachers Above’
In the chaos that ensued Sunday night when a gunman began firing from above into a crowd at a Las Vegas concert, people frantically searching for cover found themselves surrounded by carnage amidst the deadliest mass shooting by a single gunman in United States history.

“It was like we were in a war movie,” Rob Handley, 34, a medical device salesman from Las Vegas, tells People for this week’s cover story on the heroism and heartbreak that followed the shooting deaths of at least 58 people and wounding of another 527. Police say the gunman, Stephen Paddock, 64, then turned the gun on
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Witness Details Horror of Las Vegas Shooting: ‘People Were Stacked on Top of One Another’

Witness Details Horror of Las Vegas Shooting: ‘People Were Stacked on Top of One Another’
A few short hours ago, People contributor Mark Gray was enjoying an annual tradition — the Route 91 festival at the Mandalay Bay Casino in Las Vegas. He’s still struggling to process the horror that came next.

“I was there with friends. We’ve gone every year for the past four years,” says Gray, who was in an outdoor area outside a ground level suite on the left side of the stage when singer Jason Aldean took the stage at around 9:45 pm on Oct 1.

“It was just as normal as can be. He was on his fourth song, and really just kind of starting,
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Tiff Audience Award goes to “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”

Yesterday afternoon, the Toronto International Film Festival announced their award winners. Notably, the Audience Award, which is the top prize at Tiff, went to Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. The runner ups were, perhaps surprisingly, Craig Gillespie’s I, Tonya, as well as Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name. The win for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri was slightly surprising, though the word out of Toronto has been incredibly positive. After taking a prize recently at the Venice Film Festival for Screenplay, it’s currently the most awarded contender of the year so far. If nothing else, that’s a nice head start for a movie such as this one. Looking specifically at the Audience Award and thinking in terms of its history, this is a somewhat reliable indicator of prestige. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri now joins a group that has five prior Best Picture winners,
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'Twin Peaks' Revival Delves Deeper Into 'Fire Walk With Me' -- and It's Absolutely Insane (Hi Naomi Watts!)

'Twin Peaks' Revival Delves Deeper Into 'Fire Walk With Me' -- and It's Absolutely Insane (Hi Naomi Watts!)
Woo boy, Twin Peaks fans.

If you thought the first two hours of the Twin Peaks revival were weird, you haven't really seen anything yet.

Let's start with what is easily the David Lynch-iest sequence of the show so far.

The Purple Spaceship

After being expelled from the Black Lodge and taking a quick pit stop in the glass box in New York City, real Agent Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) finds himself in a weird purple spaceship thing with a woman who is listed in the credits as Naido (Nae Yuuki). Her eyes are melted shut, which lends some weight to the idea that eyes are important in Twin Peaks -- Ruth Davenport (Mary Stofle) was missing an eye and it also appeared that Evil Cooper (MacLachlan) shot Phyllis Hastings (Cornelia Guest) through the eye.

The woman eventually disappears and Cooper encounters the shadowy head of Major Garland Briggs (Don S. Davis), who utters the phrase "blue rose
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'Twin Peaks' Returns as Confusing and Terrifying as Ever -- Here's What Happened in the Premiere!

'Twin Peaks' Returns as Confusing and Terrifying as Ever -- Here's What Happened in the Premiere!
Warning: Spoilers ahead if you haven't seen Sunday's two-hour Twin Peaks premiere. ​

Twin Peaks returned to TV ​on ​Sunday ​after 27 years and it was every bit as scary, twisted and confusing as the original -- though we expected nothing less from David Lynch.

In the two-hour premiere, there were two distinct threads happening: one with the show's original characters and one featuring new faces and new mysteries. They eventually intersected, but for much of the first hour it was a lot of introducing seemingly unrelated things, most of which were happening outside the titular small Washington town.

Related: The Unexpected, Groundbreaking, Cult Phenomenon of 'Twin Peaks'

The ​F​amiliar ​F​aces

The Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department is still going strong with Lucy (Kimmy Robertson), Deputy Andy Brennan (Harry Goaz) and Deputy Chief Hawk (Michael Horse), with Lucy and Andy married and parents to at least one child. But things are about to get weird, as Hawk
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More Arab Women Directors Finding Their Voices Through Film

More Arab Women Directors Finding Their Voices Through Film
While Hollywood continues to be a boys’ club where only 4% of filmmakers are female, according to research by the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, women in the Arab world are getting more opportunities to sit in the director’s chair.

According to a recent study commissioned by the Doha Film Institute, Arabic independent films are twice as likely to be directed by a woman. In fact, 26% of independent film directors in the region are female, “much more than directors of studio films in the West,” it notes.

While they are making micro-budget auteur films, the women are persisting in an overwhelmingly male-dominated society, while grinding down gender stereotypes and transcending cultural taboos — even breaking into Hollywood.

“Women have been silenced in that part of the world for so long, that it’s amazing to have films in which you can see what they have to say,” says Haifaa Al-Mansour,
See full article at Variety - Film News »

‘Here Alone’ director Rod Blackhurst reveals all

Interview with Director Rod Blackhurst for the film Here Alone

Here Alone was one of the best films at last summer’s Frightfest. Directed by Rod Blackhurst, Here Alone is set during the aftermath of a viral epidemic that renders the majority of the human population deranged monsters. It’s an interesting spin on the zombie genre, which has at times become a little stagnant. We enjoyed the refreshing take so much it earned our highest accolade, a full five stars.

Today the film lands in U.S cinemas and on UK iTunes. Ahead of the release we fired some questions at Blackhurst, here’s what he had to say about the project:

Interview with Director Rod Blackhurst for the film Here Alone

How would you describe Here Alone to someone not familiar with it?

People often ask me is Here Alone a genre film or an indie drama. Here’s what I tell them.
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The Walking Dead Recap: In a Pickle

The Walking Dead Recap: In a Pickle
If Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead had revealed that things had gone badly for Eugene at the Sanctuary, nobody would have been surprised, right? But was anyone not shocked when it appeared that, instead, he himself had gone bad? Is this the beginning of the “treachery from people we trust” that we were forewarned was coming? Would Abraham’s Bff really betray Alexandria for access to video games and a jar of gherkins? Or is he merely snowing Negan & Co.? Read on, then we’ll discuss in the comments section.

RelatedThe Walking Dead‘s Pollyanna McIntosh Talks
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Toronto International Film Festival’s 2017 Lineup Will Be ‘More Tightly Curated,’ Programmers Say

Toronto International Film Festival’s 2017 Lineup Will Be ‘More Tightly Curated,’ Programmers Say
The Toronto International Film Festival organizers have today announced their 2017 lineup of programs and programmers, a new take on their lineup that speaks to their “renewed commitment to bold, discerning curation” and a “more tightly curated edition” of the festival.

The 2017 edition of the festival will feature 14 diverse programmes and a programming team of 22, complete with two new additions. This year, the festival will be retiring their Vanguard and City to City sections, which will reduce the overall number of films in the 2017 lineup by 20 percent. For 2017, the Tiff programs will include: Contemporary World Cinema, Discovery, Gala Presentations, Masters, Midnight Madness, Platform, Short Cuts, Special Presentations, Tiff Cinematheque, Tiff Docs, Tiff Kids, Tiff Next Wave and Wavelengths.

Read More: Tiff Programmer Colin Geddes Departing After 20 Years

The festival will continue with its lauded and fun In Conversation With… series and its Primetime lineup (focused on TV offerings), along with its
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Oscars 2017: Listen to 70 Songs Eligible for This Year’s Academy Award

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Oscars 2017: Listen to 70 Songs Eligible for This Year’s Academy Award
91 songs were recently named as being eligible for the Academy Award for Best Original Song, including three from Damien Chazelle’s musical “La La Land” and high-profile tunes by the likes of Pharrell Williams, Justin Timberlake and Sia. We’ll know which five are ultimately nominated on January 24. In the meantime, avail yourself of this Spotify playlist featuring 70 of the eligible songs — and the full list of all 91.

Read More: 2017 Oscar Predictions: Best Original Song

Read More: Oscar Best Score Contenders: The Inside Story of Creating 5 Diverse Frontrunners

“Just Like Fire” from “Alice through the Looking Glass

“Rise” from “American Wrestler: The Wizard

“Friends” from “The Angry Birds Movie

“Flicker” from “Audrie & Daisy”

“Seconds” from “Autumn Lights

“A Minute To Breathe” from “Before the Flood

“Glory (Let There Be Peace)” from “Believe”

“Mother’s Theme” from “Believe”

“Somewhere” from “Believe”

“The Only Way Out” from “Ben-Hur”

“Still Falling For You
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Den Of Geek films of the year: Sing Street

Simon Brew Dec 28, 2016

In second place in our favourite film of the year 2016 poll? That'd be Sing Street...

Our writers have voted for their favourite films of 2016! And here's what lies in second place...

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2. Sing Street

On Friday May 20th, John Carney’s latest film, Sing Street, opened in English, Welsh and Scottish cinemas (following a nine week run in Ireland and Northern Ireland). It did so off the back of a triumphant premiere at the Sundance Film Festival earlier in the year, and with reviews practically screaming from the page and screen about just what a charming, uplifting, wonderful film it was.

Carney, who had previously given the world Once and Begin Again,
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91 original songs in contention for the Oscar

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91 original songs in contention for the Oscar
Academy brass on Tuesday announced the roster of songs that will advance to the nominations stage for the 89th Academy Awards.

The original songs and the film in which each is featured are listed below in alphabetical order by film title and song title:

Just Like Fire from Alice through The Looking Glass

Rise from American Wrestler: The Wizard

Friends from The Angry Birds Movie

Flicker from Audrie & Daisy

Seconds from Autumn Lights

A Minute To Breathe from Before The Flood

Glory (Let There Be Peace) from Believe

Mother’s Theme from Believe

Somewhere from Believe

The Only Way Out from Ben-Hur

Still Falling For You from Bridget Jones’s Baby

That from The Bronze

Torch Pt. 2 from Citizen Soldier

Drift And Fall Again from Criminal

Take Me Down from Deepwater Horizon

Land Of All from Desierto

Sad But True (Dreamland Theme) from Dreamland

Angel By The Wings from The Eagle Huntress

Blind Pig from Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them
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Oscars: 91 Tunes Eligible for Best Original Song

Oscars: 91 Tunes Eligible for Best Original Song
The Academy has announced that 91 tunes will vie for a nomination in the best original song Oscar race.

The eligible contenders are:

“Just Like Fire” from “Alice through the Looking Glass

“Rise” from “American Wrestler: The Wizard

“Friends” from “The Angry Birds Movie

Flicker” from “Audrie & Daisy”

“Seconds” from “Autumn Lights

“A Minute To Breathe” from “Before the Flood

“Glory (Let There Be Peace)” from “Believe”

“Mother’s Theme” from “Believe”

“Somewhere” from “Believe”

“The Only Way Out” from “Ben-Hur”

“Still Falling For You” from “Bridget Jones’s Baby”

“F That” from “The Bronze”

“Torch Pt. 2” from “Citizen Soldier

“Drift And Fall Again” from “Criminal”

“Take Me Down” from “Deepwater Horizon

“Land Of All” from “Desierto”

“Sad But True (Dreamland Theme)” from “Dreamland”

Angel By The Wings” from “The Eagle Huntress

“Blind Pig” from “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

“One Frame At A Time” from “Floyd Norman: An Animated Life
See full article at Variety - Film News »

Oscars 2017: 91 Eligible Original Songs Include Three ‘La La Land’ Tunes

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Oscars 2017: 91 Eligible Original Songs Include Three ‘La La Land’ Tunes
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) has announced the 91 tunes eligible to compete for this year’s Best Original Songs, including three from “La La Land” alone. The most recent award went to “Writing’s on the Wall” from “Spectre,” the second consecutive James Bond film to be so honored; Adele won for “Skyfall” in 2012.

Read: ‘La La Land’: Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling’s ‘City of Stars’ Duet Will Sweep You Off Your Feet – Listen

This tends to be one of the Academy Awards’ more inclusive categories, often going to movies that get little or no other attention on Oscar night: Other recent winners and nominees include selections from “Frozen,” “The Muppets” and “Fifty Shades of Grey.” The final nominees will be announced on January 24. Full list below:

Read More: ‘Jackie’ Soundtrack: Stream Mica Levi’s Powerful, Haunting Score

“Just Like Fire” from “Alice through the Looking Glass
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‘Walking Dead': Who Helped Daryl Escape the Sanctuary?

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‘Walking Dead': Who Helped Daryl Escape the Sanctuary?
(Spoiler Alert: Do not keep reading if you are not caught up on Season 7 of “The Walking Dead”) “The Walking Dead” fans rejoiced this week after Daryl finally escaped his captivity at the hands of the Saviors, but he didn’t do so without help. In last week’s episode, someone slipped a note under the door of Daryl’s cell that said “Go now,” and attached a match and a key for good measure. So the question remains, who helped Daryl escape? Well, it just so happens that the key he was given belonged to his own motorcycle, the one Dwight took for.
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Golden Globes Predictions: Which Films Will Be Nominated?

Golden Globes Predictions: Which Films Will Be Nominated?
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. will be announcing nominations in film and television categories for the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards next week. Frequently striking a balance between following the season’s script and going their own unique way (while, of course, being wooed this way and that by the studios in play), the organization puts on the biggest show in town next to the Oscars. So naturally, everyone wants a piece of that promotional action.

Which films will score with the group this year? Even with just around 90 members, it can be tricky to nail it down; a membership that small means a movie or performance could miss by mere votes despite appearing strong anecdotally. Here’s a best-guess assessment. Find out how right (or wrong) we are next week.

Click here for thoughts on the TV races.

Best Motion Picture – Drama

The best bet here is “Moonlight,” which
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'The Walking Dead': 6 Things We Learned From Carl's Day Out, From Negan's Wives to How Dwight Got His Scar!

'The Walking Dead': 6 Things We Learned From Carl's Day Out, From Negan's Wives to How Dwight Got His Scar!
Warning: If you have not watched this week's episode of The Walking Dead, Do Not Read Any Further! For everyone else, get your irons ready and let's do this…

The last time we saw Carl on The Walking Dead, he was headed off on one of the Saviors' trucks with Jesus on a mission to exact his revenge on Negan, and in the latest episode, he meets the man face to face.

Sunday's episode, titled "Sing Me a Song," finally gave us a look at the Sanctuary through Carl's eyes -- ahem, eye -- and while Carl's vision isn't exactly 20/20, here are six important things we learned:

1. Carl's a bit of a badass… and even Negan thinks so

Carl made one heck of an entrance once finally inside the Sanctuary's gates, killing two of Negan's men from the back of his truck -- and though he was quickly outnumbered by the Saviors, he made quite
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‘Walking Dead’ Recap: Carl Challenges Negan in ‘Sing Me A Song’

‘Walking Dead’ Recap: Carl Challenges Negan in ‘Sing Me A Song’
Sooner or later, we were going to get the episode “The Walking Dead” has been spinning its wheels all season to set up, and “Sing Me a Song,” the penultimate episode of the first half of the show’s seventh season—blame AMC’s cockamamie scheduling practices for the cumbersome terminology—is almost it. Things don’t happen as much as they threaten to imminently do so, but after five long weeks of table-setting, it’s a relief when the appetizers start showing up.

Like the Negan-centric “Service” before it, “Sing Me a Song” runs over an hour without commercials, yet another indicator of how much stock the show is placing in its bat-wielding Big Bad. Showrunner Scott M. Gimple and co. don’t seem to realize—or don’t care, given the opportunity to sell additional commercial time—that Negan becomes less frightening the more time we spend with him, like
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Walking Dead Recap: Scorn This Way

Walking Dead Recap: Scorn This Way
Did The Walking Dead somehow think that we didn’t already hate Negan enough? Perhaps. Because Sunday’s episode sure seemed designed to make us loathe him more. Over the course of the plus-sized “Sing Me a Song,” he made one character wet his pants and several others cry, treated Daryl like a scruffy butler and got way too close for comfort to… On second thought, keep reading. We’ll get to that.

RelatedThe Walking Dead Hits a Four-Year Ratings Low — 6 Possible Reasons Why

‘You Are Adorable’ | Early on, as the truck heading for The Sanctuary neared its destination,
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'The Walking Dead' Recap: The Boss Level

'The Walking Dead' Recap: The Boss Level
Question: Is Negan a bad guy, or is he just highly evolved? In tonight's episode – "Sing Me a Song" – we saw a softer(-ish) side of the bat-wielding sociopath, as he took Carl on a tour of his Sanctuary ... and his point-of-view. The kid hung out in a harem, and witnessed a stray Savior taking a hot iron to the face. He saw how one man can inspire fear and fealty, by meting out merciless justice. More importantly, he got a rare insight into what matters to The Walking Dead's most dangerous adversary yet.
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