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‘Layla M. had its world premiere at Toronto Film Fest 2016 Platform. International sales are by Beta
As soon as the film opens, you understand that Layla is a tough girl in her neighborhood as she fights the football referee on his call and does not back down. She is also fighting for her rights as a Muslim woman wearing a burka and uses social media as only one in her generation knows how. She lives in an assimilated,
The Full Frontal host wasted no time addressing the Hollywood executive’s history of sexual harassment. She began by jeering at his half-hearted apology, in which he blamed his offenses on coming of age when people didn’t bat an eye at inappropriate workplace conduct.
“Oh, give me a break, White Cosby!” Bee exclaimed. “Nobody asked for your all-about-mea culpa. Don’t blame the ’60s and ’70s for your sh—y decision making. It’s serial sexual harassment,
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In this installment of “The Matt You Know,” the fictional LeBlanc apologizes to Pucks creators Sean and Beverly for being a real… turd over the years, as symbolized by his gift to them — a giant, upholstered poo.
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After surveying 3,000 Match and ColourPop singles from across the country, the two brands determined that not only do 30% of women feel sexier while wearing red lipstick, but they’ve also had more success landing a first kiss while wearing lipstick. So in an effort to make both of those things easier, the two brands just collaborated on the perfect matte raspberry red hue,
In present day Italy, you stand before the gates of the ‘Ospedale Psichiatrico di Volterra’. Abandoned and decrepit, Volterra Asylum looms into view. The Charcot building is imposing, oppressive, and just so happens to be where you were processed…in 1942. Whispers of the past rustle through the trees and echo throughout the seemingly infinite, desolate corridors. Who are you Renée? Who were you?
When we visited the ruins of Volterra Asylum back in April, we spoke of The Town of Light’s purpose as an interactive experience. Not as a game to be ‘enjoyed’ in the traditional sense, but as a journey through the eyes of deeply affected patient Renée. T, which seeks to address the stigma associated with mental illness. Looking toward games which have embraced the first-person adventure experience for similar purposes, we have been taken on a beautiful journey through
(Side note: I had no idea that "Bogan" is a slang term. According to Wikipedia, it's "a derogatory Australian and New Zealand slang word used to describe a person whose speech, clothing, attitude and behaviour exemplify values and behaviour considered unrefined or unsophisticated." The more you know...)
His newest release is the drama Raees, a fictitious story set in Gujarat, India during early 1980 into the 1990’s. Directed by National Film Award winner Rahul Dholakia, the film explores how the main character, Raees’ relationships and hard work helped him build an entire empire from scratch, and made him the single most powerful man in the state. However, every controversial leader has his foil.
“You can’t live without knowledge!” Craton tells People. “Education is living.”
The grandmother of 12 earned her Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and English from Southern New Hampshire University’s online program. And Snhu president Paul LeBlanc flew to Craton’s home-state of Hawaii on Monday to present her with the certificate.
Craton donned a traditional lei for the graduation celebration, where friends and family gathered to support her.
Litton, based in Charleston, S.C., has been headed for more than 20 years by president-ceo Dave Morgan, a well-known executive in the syndication and TV station world who worked at Hearst early in his career. Hearst CEO Steve Swartz announced the deal on Friday with Hearst Television president Jordan Wertlieb.
“We’ve known Dave since the early days of his career with Hearst and have admired the first-class brand of Litton Entertainment that he and his team have built over the years,” Wertlieb said. “Providing quality, family-friendly programming to viewers is an important tenet of Hearst Television and adding Litton’s assets and expertise to our company through this partnership will be a terrific complement to our business.”
The deal is expected to close on Feb. 1. Hearst’s interest in Litton signals Hearst’s interest
Creator Charlie Brooker once described the series like this, "If technology is a drug – and it does feel like a drug – then what, precisely, are the side effects? This area – between delight and discomfort – is where Black Mirror...is set."
Black Mirror, of course, refers to every reflective surface that stares back at us, smartphones, computers, televisions. Cold and without feeling. But there is a bit more optimism creeping into the series in its third season, and it appears in the best episodes.
Moving to Netflix from Channel 4 in the UK, this social commentary series about the effects of technology on our lives doubles up the number of episodes from the previous two seasons. The biggest surprise is the addition of hope. It's not six episodes of bleak messages and buyer beware, so you're in for a treat.
I was attending The Pratt Institute and needed all the bank I could get. Pratt’s one of the world’s great art schools and cheap it was not. I had to come up with most of the tuition because no one talked to me about how financial aid went away if grades fall below a C.
I was a poor black kid from the projects talks like that rarely happen in inner cities. Those lucky enough to raise above our assigned station in life have to fend for ourselves. Our talks revolve around staying away from drugs, gangs, and cops.
American families middle class or above think nothing of seemingly little things like dad or mom talking to them at dinner about their college life.
Mum: My dear sweet Reginal you’ve many things to look forward to while at college!
The reason? Half of the scares come from mystery. When you’re spending an entire season trying to squeeze scares out of the audience, you’re essentially forced to reveal a good number of secrets over time. In a way, information is the mortal enemy of horror. The more you know about something, the less scary that something is.
That’s probably my biggest
The ABC comedy has promoted Ray Wise — who plays the Huangs’ neighbor and Honey’s hubby Marvin — to series regular for Season 3, our sister site Deadline reports.
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The ubiquitous Wise also has a part in Netflix’s Gilmore Girls revival and will reprise his role as Leland Palmer in Showtime’s Twin Peaks continuation.
Fresh Off the Boat returns Tuesday, Oct. 11 at 9/8c on ABC.
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“Give” from Bungalow Media + Entertainment will premiere on Saturday, Oct. 8, as part of NBC’s new three hour Saturday programming block, “The More You Know,” shedding light on environmental issues, social change, health, wellness and community engagement. In association with Litton Entertainment, Intrepid, Inc., and unite4:good,” Give” is executive produced by Blair Underwood, Robert Friedman, Kate Kenny, Gary Reeves, Anthony Melikhov, Chad Warren, Maria Simone, Dave Morgan and Pete Sniderman.
Wgn America‘s original drama “Outsiders” will return for Season 2 on Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017. “Outsiders” stars David Morse, Thomas M. Wright, Ryan Hurst, Gillian Alexy, Kyle Gallner and Christina Jackson.
Watch a first look at “Outsiders” Season 2 here:
Viacom announced on Tuesday that its portfolio of networks — Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, MTV, VH1, Spike, Bet, Cmt, TV Land, Nick at Nite, Nick
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