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Arte Bows European Online Artekino Festival

Paris– Franco-German net Arte, one of the main financiers of world cinema, has teamed up with the digital service Festival Scope to launch Artekino, a European online festival whose competition lineup will comprise 10 features who have recently premiered at high-profile festivals and markets.

Spanning 44 countries and spearheaded by Arte France Cinema boss Olivier Pere, the festival’s first edition will showcase Ulrich Seidl’s Africa-set trophy hunting documentary “Safari,” Alessandro Comodin’s first fictional feature “Happy Times Will Come Soon,” Nicolette Krebitz’s “Wild,” Albert Serra’s historical drama “La Mort de Louis Xiv,” Joao Nicolau’s Portuguese coming-of-age drama “John From,” Mirjana Karanovic’s “A Good Wife,” Sebastien Laudenbach’s animated tale “La Jeune fille sans mains,” Makis Papadimitriou’s Greek dramedy “Suntan” and Philippe Faucon’s Cesar-winning immigration drama “Fatima.”

“Artekino has chosen 10 films which illustrate the eclecticism and audacity of Europe’s contemporary film production,” said Pere,
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Listen To Skrillex And Diplo Takeover Madison Square Gardens

On December 31st, Edm’s two hottest producers, Skrillex and Diplo, stormed into Madison Square Garden for what was a spectacular show. If you were there in person, or caught the livestream on Yahoo!, you’re already well aware that this was hands down one of the hottest events of 2014. If, however, you missed out on the action, three sets from the concert have been uploaded to the internet for your listening pleasure.

Both Skrillex and Diplo’s sets are now online, as is the duo’s Jack Ü set, and you can listen to all three below. An exciting blend of hip-hop, trap, dubstep and more, the electrifying performances offer up music both old and new, with a number of unreleased tracks sneaking their way into the mix.

You can check out everything for yourself below (as well as the tracklist for the Jack Ü set), and then let
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‘Project Runway,’ Season 9, Episode 9, ‘Sew 70s’: TV Recap

‘Project Runway,’ Season 9, Episode 9, ‘Sew 70s’: TV Recap

Last week, Sheepdogs, this week, Earth, Wind & Fire on this week’s Project Runway. The seven remaining designers have to create something inspired by the 1970s. They have some rocking platform shoes as inspiration.

Specifically a sophisticated 70s, which just makes us chortle. And let us just say, buh-bye Olivier, you whiny, self-important fragile flower. May the rest of your life be filled only with mannequin-sized people.

Anya is doing 70s… in Jamaica. I’m confused. Laura is doing
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Cannes 2009 Producer's Patch: Pathé Pictures International

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[/link]'s The Illusionist did not appear in the lineup. It was wishful thinking on my part that international sales rep Pathe Pictures International would have the animated film here – when I know all to well that a post production “label” for an animated film means: it will take a bit longer. Nonetheless, Pathe brought Jane Campion's Bright Star to the main competition and buyers will have the opportunity to get in on early on Julian Schnabel's Miral (this should be competing in Cannes in 2010) and what should be a packed Market screening showing for Neil Marshall's latest, Centurion. Bright Star by Jane Campion - Completed Centurion by Neil Marshall - Production Cheri by Stephen Frears - Completed Cineman by Yann Moix - Post-Production Eden Is West (Eden Est A L'ouest) by
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