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Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan’s great big quiz of the year

Put your trivia knowledge – and your knowledge of Delaney and Horgan’s show Catastrophe – to the test

This year Teen Vogue published an article with which of the following titles?

Who is Karl Marx: Meet the Anti-Capitalist Scholar

Meet Hannah Arendt: Queen Who Coined 'The Banality of Evil'

Here’s William Moulton Marston: Wonder Woman’s Polyamorous Dad

Dario Antiseri: The Link Between Fallibilism and Hermeneutics

What awful facial adornment did Ted Cruz debut in late 2018?

A beard

A nose ring

Noticeably whitened teeth

A spider tattoo

What did the pope tell Juan Carlos Cruz, a gay man, this year?

'God loves you like this'

'God hates you'

'God can cure you'

'I like your hair'

What did Rudy Giuliani accuse Twitter of this year?

Reducing the number of his followers

Shadow-banning his associates

Allowing his account to be hacked

Deliberately holding back the edit button

Which
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“Unexpected Journeys:Magical Realism in Chinese Cinema” is coming to London Cinemas – 27th and 30th September

Where realism and wild imagination meet in contemporary Chinese cinema.

Unexpected Journeys is a film programme introducing and celebrating Magical Realism in Chinese cinema and curated by Giada Liu from the National Film and Television School.

The films selected explore and challenge the limits of realistic storytelling, either aesthetically or narratively. They combine realism with imagination, absurdity and fantasy, creating a ‘new vision’ of reality that highlights Chinese filmmakers’ self-reflection in a drastically changing society.

Unexpected Journeys is composed by four films from Mainland China that created their own version of Magical Realism.

On September 27th at Curzon Goldsmiths in London, there will be the screening of the visually spectacular and dreamlike second feature “Crosscurrent” (2016) by Yang Chao and one of Jiang Wen’s witty and nostalgic creations “The Sun Also Rises” (2007).

On September 30th at Rio Cinema in London, we are showing the poetic journey in time “Kaili Blues
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Man Gored 3 Years Ago Gored Again by Bull in Spain, but He Still Plans to Continue Running

A Chicago man who was gored by a bull three years ago while running with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, was gored again on Saturday — but he still plans to run again on Monday.

Bill Hillmann, an author who has been participating in the annual tradition for 12 years, tells People the 1,200-lbs. bull named Sentido jabbed one of its horn into his buttocks and then tossed him up a few feet. However, he says he managed to land on the ground with a relatively soft thud.

“I looked back again, and he was just on me,” Hillmann said in a phone call from Pamplona.
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Prozac Nation: a film breaking down a mental health boundary

Chloe Catchpole May 11, 2017

Not many may have seen the Christina Ricci-headlined film adaptation of Prozac Nation. But it's a film with a real power to it.

One of the most damaging stigmas surrounding mental health is shame. The personal pressure to maintain a ‘normal’ façade is all consuming and perpetually draining. It is an onerous full time job shrouded in secrecy.

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Others see a functioning human being - working, chatting, socialising with an occasional laugh or smile - but behind closed doors in the personal confines of home nothing could be further from the truth. We mask the all-encompassing darkness that seeps into every anxiety-ridden moment, a private
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Rogue One DVD Trailer Announces Digital Release Date, Special Features and More

Rogue One DVD Trailer Announces Digital Release Date, Special Features and More
Announced today on The Star Wars Show and StarWars.com, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will be coming home on Digital HD on March 24th and Blu-ray on April 4th. This news comes on the heels of the start of production announcement of the untitled Han Solo Star Wars Story. Rogue One has established its place within the Star Wars universe and the hearts of moviegoers, becoming the seventh highest-grossing film of all time in the U.S. LucasFilm has also released a new Blu-ray trailer, plus the artwork for the official release, and several retailer exclusive packages, which you can see below.

Arriving early on Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere on March 24, and on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and On-Demand on April 4, the release includes never-before-seen Rogue One bonus material that will take fans behind the scenes with the movie's diverse, dynamic cast and inspired team of filmmakers.
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The Mission Comes Home: Rogue One Blu-Ray/Digital Arrives This Spring

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The mission to steal the plans to the Death Star is about to make its way to your home on Blu-Ray/Digital! Come inside to find out how you can watch this stellar Star Wars story early.

The film dubbed as one of the best Star Wars films ever made is finally coming home! Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, the tale of the brave few who infiltrated, fought, and stole the plans of the Death Star so Luke, Leia, Han, and the rest of the rebellion could take it down, is coming to Blu-Ray Combo Pack on April 4, 2017! That's a week after the Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere copy arrives on March 28, 2017.

If you haven't seen it, check out our official review of what was one our favorite movies of 2016!

Announced today on The Star Wars Show and StarWars.com, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
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Reign Of Assassins and The Lost Bladesman Debut on Digital and DVD November 1st

Two exciting, action-packed Martial Arts movie debut on DVD this week from Anchor Bay Entertainment and The Weinstein Company: Reign Of Assassins and The Lost Bladesman.

“‘Mr. & Mrs. Smith’ relocate to ancient China in the dazzling martial-arts epic “Reign Of Assassins

–The Hollywood Reporter

Reign Of Assassins is an epic Mma Battle Produced by John Woo & Directed by Su Chao-Pin and Starring Michelle Yeoh. It arrives on DVD, Digital HD & On Demand November 1

Michelle Yeoh (Babylon A.D., Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend), Jung Woo-Sung (The Good, The Bad, The Weird; A Moment to Remember, The Warrior) and Xueqi Wang (Iron Man 3, Bodyguards and Assassins, Warriors of Heaven and Earth) star in Reign of Assassins, the exciting martial arts thriller produced by the legendary John Woo (Mission Impossible: II, Face/Off, The Killer), arriving on Digital HD & On Demand and on DVD from
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Weekly Rushes. Anton Yelchin, Linklater's Mixtape, De Palma & Scorsese in Conversation

Rushes collects news, articles, images, videos and more for a weekly roundup of essential items from the world of film.NEWSAnton Yelchin in Green RoomUnexpected and tragic news at the end of the weekend was that actor Anton Yelchin (Star Trek, Only Lovers Left Alive, Joe Dante's Burying the Ex, Green Room) was accidentally killed at his home.French New Wave director Éric Rohmer was intensely private, so details of his long, productive life have generally been slim. But now, as Richard Brody writes at the New Yorker, a 2014 biography by Antoine de Baecque and Noël Herpe has been translated into English, and makes for essential reading about one of cinema's greats.We won't get properly excited until, first, the cameras are rolling, and second, there's a hope of some kind of release date, but The Film Stage has gathered enough evidence to point towards what Terrence Malick's next film will be: Radegund,
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Win Passes To The Advance Screening Of Papa: Hemingway In Cuba In St. Louis

Ernest Hemingway was one of the most important writers of the 20th Century. His brief writing style in his novels “A Farewell to Arms,” “The Sun Also Rises,” and “The Old Man and the Sea” changed literature forever.

Wamg has your passes to the advance screening of the Yari Film Group’s Papa: Hemingway In Cuba.

Directed by the Producer of the Academy Awarding Winner “Crash” and “The Illusionist”, “Papa: Hemingway In Cuba” is a true story about the relationship between Miami journalist Denne Bart Petitclerc (Giovanni Ribisi) and legendary writer Ernest Hemingway (Adrian Sparks).

Set during the Cuban revolution, the film co-stars Joely Richardson and Minka Kelly with a cameo by Hemingway’s granddaughter, Mariel Hemingway. Papa: Hemingway In Cuba was shot on location in Havana and inside Hemingway’s estate, Finca Vigia.

It is the first Hollywood film to be shot in Cuba since 1959.

The upcoming drama opens
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Ernest Hemingway’s Life Depicted In Papa: Hemingway In Cuba

Ernest Hemingway was one of the most important writers of the 20th Century. His brief writing style in his novels “A Farewell to Arms,” “The Sun Also Rises,” and “The Old Man and the Sea” changed literature forever.

Join Ernest Hemingway in Cuba with the new poster and trailer from Yari Film Group’s Papa: Hemingway In Cuba.

Starring Giovanni Ribisi, Adrian Sparks, Joely Richardson and Minka Kelly, the upcoming drama opens in theaters April 29.

Directed by the Producer of the Academy Awarding Winner “Crash” and “The Illusionist”, “Papa: Hemingway In Cuba” is a true story about the relationship between Miami journalist Denne Bart Petitclerc (Giovanni Ribisi) and legendary writer Ernest Hemingway (Adrian Sparks).

Set during the Cuban revolution, the film co-stars Joely Richardson and Minka Kelly with a cameo by Hemingway’s granddaughter, Mariel Hemingway. “Papa: Hemingway In Cuba” was shot on location in Havana and inside Hemingway’s estate,
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First Look: Colin Firth and Jude Law Channel Literary 'Genius' in Berlinale World Premiere

Actor Michael Grandage ("The Madness of King George") makes his first foray behind the camera for "Genius," world premiering in competition at next year's Berlinale. Written by the prolific John Logan ("Hugo," "Skyfall," Spectre," and Golden Globe nominee "Penny Dreadful"), the film stars Colin Firth as famed literary editor Max Perkins, who wrangled American icons Ernest Hemingway (Dominic West), Thomas Wolfe (Law), and F. Scott Fitzgerald (Guy Pearce) during a decades long tenure at Charles Scribner's Sons. In the years between the two World Wars, Perkins—who developed close relationships with his writers—oversaw the publication of such classic titles as "This Side of Paradise," "The Great Gatsby," "The Sun Also Rises," "A Farewell to Arms," and "Look Homeward, Angel." The film co-stars Nicole Kidman, Laura Linney, and Vanessa Kirby. Read the list of titles added to the...
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Stephen Page's Spear snags Apsa accolade

  • IF.com.au
Australian director Stephen Page has won an Asia Pacific Screen Award .Special Mention for feature film Spear at a ceremony in Brisbane.

Spear tells a contemporary Indigenous story through movement and Dance..

The film follows young Indigenous man, Djali, as learns the ancient tradtions of becoming a man in a modern world.

Cemetery of Splendour, from Thai auteur Apichatpong Weerasethakul, won Best Feature Film.

Films from Thailand, Russian Federation, Turkey, People.s Republic of China, Japan, Palestine, Korea, Taiwan, Japan and Australia received accolades at the event.

The awards recognise and promote cinematic excellence and cultural diversity of the world.s fastest-growing film region: comprising 70 countries and areas, 4.5 billion people, and responsible for half of the world.s film output. In 2015, 39 films from 22 Asia Pacific countries and areas received Apsa nominations.

The Apsa Unesco Award for outstanding contribution to the promotion and preservation of cultural diversity through film was awarded
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'Cemetery of Splendour' wins best film at APSAs

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'Cemetery of Splendour' wins best film at APSAs
Asia Pacific prizes also awarded to Hany Abu-Assad for The Idol, Alexey German Jr for Under Electric Clouds and cinematographer Mark Lee Ping-bing for The Assassin.Scroll down for full list of winners

Cemetery of Splendour, by Thai auteur Apichatpong Weerasethakul, has won best feature film at the 9th Asia Pacific Screen Awards (Apsa) in Australia.

The Thai-language drama, which debuted at Cannes, centres on a middle-aged woman who experiences strange visions while tending a soldier with sleeping sickness.

The awards, announced at a ceremony at Brisbane’s City Hall, saw films honoured from Thailand, Russia, Turkey, China, Japan, Palestine, Korea, Taiwan, Japan and Australia.

The Apsa Unesco Award for outstanding contribution to the promotion and preservation of cultural diversity through film was awarded to Palestinian director Hany Abu-Assad for The Idol, which debuted at Toronto.

Speaking from the set of his latest production, the director said of the award: “Thank you dear jury for this great
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Fox Celebrates its Centennial with 100 Digital Releases

  • Comicmix
Los Angeles, Calif. (October 2, 2015) – In 1915 William Fox founded Fox Film Corporation and forever changed the course of cinema. Over the next century the studio would develop some of the most innovative and ground-breaking advancements in the history of cinema; the introduction of Movietone, the implementation of color in partnership with Eastman Kodak, the development of the wide format in 70mm and many more. Now in honor of the 100th anniversary of the studio, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will celebrate by releasing some of their most iconic films that represent a decade of innovation.

Starting today, five classic films from the studio will be made available digitally for the first time ever – Sunrise (1927), Drums Along the Mohawk (1939), Man Hunt (1941), How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) and The Flight of the Phoenix (1965). Throughout the rest of the year a total of 100 digital releases will follow from Fox’s extensive catalog, including 10 films
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Chinese actor Jiang Wen joins the cast of Star Wars: Rogue One

  • JoBlo
Yahoo! Singapore is reporting that Jiang Wen has been cast in an unspecified role in Gareth Edwards' Star Wars: Rogue One. The 52-year-old Chinese actor, screenwriter and filmmaker isn't a huge name here in the states, but you might remember him from such movies as Gone With The Bullets, Let The Bullets Fly, The Sun Also Rises and Devils On The Doorstep, all of which he also directed. His other... Read More...
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2015 Running of the Bulls: Live Broadcast Information

Esquire network is airing live broadcasts from Pamplona’s 2015 Running of the Bulls. Beginning Tuesday, July 7, American viewers can watch Live as participants from around the globe fill the streets of Pamplona, Spain to participate in one of the world’s most iconic cultural traditions. So whether you’re a fan of Hemingway’s gripping account of the festival in The Sun Also Rises; love Billy Crystal in City Slickers, or just want to watch people tempt the horns of fate, set your alarm clocks verrrrrrry early to catch the events live. Esquire promises 25 cameras placed along the route, which runs … Continue reading →

The post 2015 Running of the Bulls: Live Broadcast Information appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine.
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Robert Evans: The Hollywood Flashback Interview

Producer Robert Evans, circa 1970s, in the documentary The Kid Stays in the Picture.

Robert Evans: The Kid Is Alright

By

Alex Simon

I interviewed legendary Hollywood producer Robert Evans in 2002 for Venice Magazine, in conjunction with the release of the documentary "The Kid Stays in the Picture," adapted from his iconic autobiography and audiobook. Our chat took place at Woodland, Evans' storied estate in Beverly Hills, in his equally famous screening room, which mysteriously burned down a couple years later. Evans was still physically frail, having recently survived a series of strokes, but his mind, his wit and his charm were sharp as ever, with near total recall for people, places and stories. Many, many stories. Here are a few of them.

It’s a widely-held belief that the years 1967-76 represent the “golden age” of American cinema. Just look at a few of these titles: Rosemary’s Baby,
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'The White King' begins Hungary shoot with Jonathan Pryce, Agyness Deyn

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'The White King' begins Hungary shoot with Jonathan Pryce, Agyness Deyn
Cast of dystopian drama includes Jonathan Pryce, Greta Scacchi and Agyness Deyn.

Principal photography on The White King has begun in Hungary. The film will shoot for seven weeks entirely on location, including a former air force base and along the banks of the Danube.

Based on György Dragomán’s novel, published in 28 languages, the film will follow a precocious 12-year-old coming to grips with his father’s abduction and internment at the hands of the totalitarian state he calls home.

Deyn will play the boy’s mother who must navigate a world of propaganda, abuse and gangs in order to reunite her family.

The cast includes Jonathan Pryce (Brazil, Game of Thrones), Greta Scacchi (The Player) and Fiona Shaw (The Tree of Life). Also in the cast are Agyness Deyn (Electricity, Hail Caesar!), Ólafur Darri Ólaffson (True Detective) and Clare-Hope Ashitey (Children of Men) alongside newcomer Lorenzo Allchurch, who the young boy.

Adapted for screen
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Jonathan Pryce, Fiona Shaw join 'The White King'

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Jonathan Pryce, Fiona Shaw join 'The White King'
Dystopian drama set to shoot this summer.

Jonathan Pryce (Brazil, Game of Thones) and Fiona Shaw (Harry Potter) have joined dystopian drama The White King, which is set to shoot in Budapest this summer.

They join previously announced Agyness Deyn (Sunset Song, Pusher), Ross Partridge (Lamb) and Lorenzo Allchurch (Atlantis).

Based on György Dragomán’s novel, published in 28 languages, the film will follow a precocious 12-year-old coming to grips with his father’s abduction and internment at the hands of the totalitarian state he calls home.

Deyn will play the boy’s mother who must navigate a world of propaganda, abuse and gangs in order to reunite her family.

British duo Alex Helfrecht and Jörg Tittel will make their directorial debuts on the production from UK outfit Oiffy, in association with Yellow Knife and post-production partner chimney Group.

Oiffy’s Philip Munger is producing with Teun Hilte (Miss Julie).

Munger has financed through Oiffy and a combination
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Wayward Pines Season 1 Episode 2 Review – ‘Do Not Discuss Your Life Before’

Martin Carr reviews the second episode of Wayward Pines

This dishevelled detective story nurtured by Chuck Hogan and realised by M. Night Shyamalan, takes a bunch of time to go the long way round. Taking on an increasingly creepy tone, Wayward Pines continues to mix up homage ripe territory with a sense of grounded reality. Something which doubtless appealed to the actors involved when this adaptation first hit their collective script piles.

A theory made fact by Matt Dillon and Juliette Lewis who continue building on last week’s impressive opener, playing it straight as tensions ramp up off screen. Something director of choice Charlotte Sieling exploits by allowing carte blanche elsewhere. Whilst simultaneously splitting the action evenly either side of ‘the fence’.

There is a tangible sense of forces converging as Shannyn Sossamon, who I remember from the Brett Easton Ellis’ Rules of Attraction, is given little to do but does it well.
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