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Everything You Need to Know About Lady Gaga's Las Vegas Residency

Everything You Need to Know About Lady Gaga's Las Vegas Residency
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Lady Gaga just gave us way more than a million reasons to be excited today. "The Cure" singer is joining the ranks of legendary diva icons like Mariah Carey, Britney Spears, Celine Dion, and Shania Twain by headlining her very own Las Vegas residency at Sin City's Monte Carlo Hotel & Casino's Park Theater at the new Park MGM resort. As if that wasn't exciting enough, Gaga is going to have Two special experiences for fans: Lady Gaga Enigma and Lady Gaga Jazz and Piano.

If you're looking for an electric night out, Enigma sounds like the show for you; that part of her residency is described as "a brand-new odyssey of her pop hits built as an experience unlike any other." She'll perform Enigma on Dec. 28, 30 and 31 of this year, before her 2019 dates begin, which are as follows: Jan.
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San Sebastian: Reygadas, Brechner, Katz, Martinessi Figure in Horizontes Latinos

San Sebastian: Reygadas, Brechner, Katz, Martinessi Figure in Horizontes Latinos
Madrid — Carlos Reygadas’ “Our Time,” Alvaro Brechner’s “A Twelve-Year Night” and Ana Katz’s “Sueño Florianópolis” feature in San Sebastian’s Latin America-focused Horizontes Latinos, the biggest section at the Spanish festival after its main competition and New Directors’ strand.

Opening with Marcelo Martinessi’s “The Heiresses,” winner of the Sebastiane Latino Prize, Horizontes Latinos, as is its wont, mixes fest players, drawn from Sundance, Berlin, Cannes and Venice, with a brace of lesser-known movies – this year María Alche’s “A Family Submerged,” Eugenio Canevari’s “Figuras” and Ignacio Juricic’s “Enigma” – whose presence in such august company only serves to highlight their titles all the more.

Three titles are drawn from Cannes Directors’ Fortnight – an indirect tribute to the passion for Latin American movies of Edouard Waintrop, Directors’ Fortnight head from 2012 to this year’s edition.

The large theme which courses through the selection is, however, women. Only
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San Sebastian: Reygadas, Brechner, Katz, Martinessi Figure in Horizontes Latinos

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San Sebastian: Reygadas, Brechner, Katz, Martinessi Figure in Horizontes Latinos
Madrid — Carlos Reygadas’ “Our Time,” Alvaro Brechner’s “A Twelve-Year Night” and Ana Katz’s “Sueño Florianópolis” feature in San Sebastian’s Latin America-focused Horizontes Latinos, the biggest section at the Spanish festival after its main competition and New Directors’ strand.

Opening with Marcelo Martinessi’s “The Heiresses,” winner of the Sebastiane Latino Prize, Horizontes Latinos, as is its wont, mixes fest players, drawn from Sundance, Berlin, Cannes and Venice, with a brace of lesser-known movies – this year María Alche’s “A Family Submerged,” Eugenio Canevari’s “Figuras” and Ignacio Juricic’s “Enigma” – whose presence in such august company only serves to highlight their titles all the more.

Three titles are drawn from Cannes Directors’ Fortnight – an indirect tribute to the passion for Latin American movies of Edouard Waintrop, Directors’ Fortnight head from 2012 to this year’s edition.

The large theme which courses through the selection is, however, women. Only
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Everything You Need to Know About Lady Gaga's Las Vegas Residency

A post shared by Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) on Dec 19, 2017 at 12:41pm Pst

Lady Gaga just gave us way more than a million reasons to be excited today. "The Cure" singer is joining the ranks of legendary diva icons like Mariah Carey, Britney Spears, Celine Dion, and Shania Twain by headlining her very own Las Vegas residency at Sin City's Monte Carlo Hotel & Casino's Park Theater at the new Park MGM resort. As if that wasn't exciting enough, Gaga is going to have Two special experiences for fans: Lady Gaga Enigma and Lady Gaga Jazz and Piano.

If you're looking for an electric night out, Enigma sounds like the show for you; that part of her residency is described as "a brand-new odyssey of her pop hits built as an experience unlike any other." She'll perform Enigma on Dec. 28, 30 and 31 of this year, before her 2019 dates begin, which are as follows: Jan.
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Lady Gaga Announces Las Vegas Residency

Lady Gaga Announces Las Vegas Residency
Lady Gaga’s Las Vegas residency will launch December 28th at Park Theater at the new Park MGM resort. The pop star will perform 27 shows at the Park Theater over the course of 2019, with the run wrapping November 8th.

The residency will comprise two different shows, the majority of which will be “Lady Gaga Enigma,” which is billed as “a brand-new odyssey of her pop hits built as an experience unlike any other.” Lady Gaga will also perform several “Jazz and Piano” shows, which will feature “stripped-down versions of her
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Lady Gaga Announces Dates for Two Different Las Vegas Residency Shows

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Lady Gaga Announces Dates for Two Different Las Vegas Residency Shows
Lady Gaga has announced dates and details for her residency at Park Theater at the new Park MGM resort in Las Vegas, which launches on Friday, Dec. 28.

The residency will feature two unique shows in the venue: “Lady Gaga Enigma” is “a brand-new odyssey of her pop hits built as an experience unlike any other,” while “Lady Gaga Jazz & Piano” will feature stripped-down versions of her hits as well as music from the Great American Songbook.

“I can’t wait to share ‘Enigma’ with all of my fans and with Las Vegas,” the singer said. “We’re creating a show unlike anything I’ve done before. It will be a celebration of all that is unique and different within us. The challenges of bravery can be overcome with creativity and courage that is grown out of adversity, love and music.”

Bill Hornbuckle, President of MGM Resorts International, said, “Working with
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Lady Gaga Launches Las Vegas Residency: All the Dates and Details

Lady Gaga Launches Las Vegas Residency: All the Dates and Details
Lady Gaga is ready to razzle dazzle 'em. The singer confirmed Tuesday she will launch a Las Vegas residency at the end of the year, at the Park Theater at the new Park MGM resort. The superstar will be performing a total of 27 dates, but she'll be putting on different shows: Lady Gaga Enigma and Lady Gaga Jazz & Piano. The former will focus on the 32-year-old singer's biggest pop hits, while the latter will feature stripped-down versions of her catalogue, as well as music from The Great American Songbook. "I can't wait to share Enigma with all of my fans and with Las Vegas. We're creating a show unlike anything I've done before," the singer told E! News. "It will be a...
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’28,’ ‘Riot,’ Salgado, Contravía Selected For Santiago Lab Mix (Exclusive)

’28,’ ‘Riot,’ Salgado, Contravía Selected For Santiago Lab Mix (Exclusive)
Latin American women’s horror anthology “28,” Chilean Claudia Huaiquimilla’s “Riot” and titles from Mexico’s Marco Antonio Salgado and Colombia’s Contravía Films figure among 35 projects at the 7th Santiago Lab, one of the biggest industry attractions at this year’s Sanfic-Santiago Intl. Film Festival (Sanfic).

The full Sanfic lineup will be announced later today, July 31, in Santiago de Chile. Boasting a strong line this year as last in genre, the Lab’s selection announcement comes as Sanfic confirms its latest strategic partnership with another festival, a Maff Prize which will see one fiction feature project at the Santiago Lab selected for Spain’s Malaga Fund and Co-production Event, taking place in March 2019.

The Tribeca Film Institute already chooses one documentary title for the Tribeca Film Festival’s industry space. With Colombia’s Cartagena Festival selecting one title for its Puerto Documentary Workshop, one Santiago Lab title will also segue,
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’28,’ ‘Riot,’ Salgado, Contravía Selected For Santiago Lab Mix (Exclusive)

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’28,’ ‘Riot,’ Salgado, Contravía Selected For Santiago Lab Mix (Exclusive)
Latin American women’s horror anthology “28,” Chilean Claudia Huaiquimilla’s “Riot” and titles from Mexico’s Marco Antonio Salgado and Colombia’s Contravía Films figure among 35 projects at the 7th Santiago Lab, one of the biggest industry attractions at this year’s Sanfic-Santiago Intl. Film Festival (Sanfic).

The full Sanfic lineup will be announced later today, July 31, in Santiago de Chile. Boasting a strong line this year as last in genre, the Lab’s selection announcement comes as Sanfic confirms its latest strategic partnership with another festival, a Maff Prize which will see one fiction feature project at the Santiago Lab selected for Spain’s Malaga Fund and Co-production Event, taking place in March 2019.

The Tribeca Film Institute already chooses one documentary title for the Tribeca Film Festival’s industry space. With Colombia’s Cartagena Festival selecting one title for its Puerto Documentary Workshop, one Santiago Lab title will also segue,
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Five Chilean Talents to Watch in 2018

Juan Caceres

“Perro Bomba”

With his debut feature, “Perro Bomba,” director Juan Caceres has made a big impression in Latin America, having competed and won development awards in Bolivia and Guadalajara, as well as his native Chile. His projects are intentionally low-budget, and made with little concern for potential commercial or festival success. Caceres says: “Filmmakers must abandon the bourgeois pretention of being unique artists with special talent. We must reach popular classes of our society, our great audiences.”

Diego Cespedes

“The Summer of the Electric Lion”

An egalitarian filmmaker, Cespedes in interviews almost always answers with “we” rather than “I.” The credit for his recent short “The Summer of the Electric Lion,” set to participate in Cannes’ Cinefondation, must be shared with everyone involved, he notes. The next step for Cespedes and his team is a feature debut that will focus on three homosexual brothers during the time when
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Five Chilean Talents to Watch in 2018

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Juan Caceres

“Perro Bomba”

With his debut feature, “Perro Bomba,” director Juan Caceres has made a big impression in Latin America, having competed and won development awards in Bolivia and Guadalajara, as well as his native Chile. His projects are intentionally low-budget, and made with little concern for potential commercial or festival success. Caceres says: “Filmmakers must abandon the bourgeois pretention of being unique artists with special talent. We must reach popular classes of our society, our great audiences.”

Diego Cespedes

“The Summer of the Electric Lion”

An egalitarian filmmaker, Cespedes in interviews almost always answers with “we” rather than “I.” The credit for his recent short “The Summer of the Electric Lion,” set to participate in Cannes’ Cinefondation, must be shared with everyone involved, he notes. The next step for Cespedes and his team is a feature debut that will focus on three homosexual brothers during the time when
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Book-a-Day 2018 #115: Free Country by more people than I can list here

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Look, I don’t think I can describe it better than I did a couple of weeks ago when this book entered my house, so let me quote myself:

Twenty years or so ago, everything in corporate comics had to be an event. The Vertigo “line” at DC was actually a bunch of entirely separate comics with a rough shared audience and stance, but they had to have a big Event in their annuals (which they also had to have) in 1993. It was called The Children’s Crusade, and there were bookend standalone comics that the various individual comics’ annuals slotted in between, more or less. It was not the most successful experiment. After a couple of decades, though, someone at DC realized they had a couple of issues written or co-written by [Neil] Gaiman that were sitting uncollected and not making them any money. So they commissioned a new team
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Los Silencios,’ ‘Luciérnagas’ Top Toulouse’s Films in Progress

Madrid — Two films from women directors – Brazilian writer-director Beatriz Seigner’s “Los Silencios” and Bani Khoshnoudi’s “Luciernagas” – beat out strong competition Friday night at Toulouse’s 33rd Films in Progress to take between them its three top awards.

One of two annual Films in Progress, with San Sebastian’s September event, the Toulouse Cinelatino Fest’s pix-in-post competition often serves as a launchpad for selection at Cannes or other subsequent big fests – the Films in Progress’ 2017 winner, “The Desert Bride,” went on to score a berth at Cannes’ Un Certain Regard.

Held in France’s Toulouse, nestling in the northern lap of the Pyrenees, Films in Progress also highlights key concerns of Latin American arthouse cinema. It is noteworthy, for example, that five of the six films this year turn on some form of dislocation, whether caused by civil conflict, homophobia, poverty, violence or disease.

Seigner’s second feature after 2009’s “Bollywood Dream,
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Guadalajara: Ignacio Juricic on ‘Enigma,’ Living, Dealing with Pain

Guadalajara: Ignacio Juricic on ‘Enigma,’ Living, Dealing with Pain
The opening scene in “Enigma” seems to be set in a police station where the officer in charge, his back to the camera, explains to a woman that they want to re-open the case on her murdered daughter. But it turns out that the woman he’s interviewing isn’t the mother and when Nancy, the film’s protagonist sits before him, that he isn’t P.D- but a TV producer. Shot for the most part at Nancy’s family home, “Enigma” marks the awaited feature debut of Chile’s Ignacio Juricic, whose 2015 short, “Lost Queens,” won a Queer Palme and was runner-up for the Cinefondation Award at 2015’s Cannes Festival. “Enigma” turns on Nancy, a 40-something hairdresser, as she debates whether to go onto the TV show which may throw light on the night, 10 years prior, when her daughter was beaten to death after leaving a Lgbt club.
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Guadalajara Construye Showcases ‘Enigma,’ ‘Miriam Lies,’ ‘Perro Bomba’

Ignacio Juricic’s “Enigma,” Natalia Cabral and Oriol Estrada’s “Miriam Lies,” and Juan Caceres’ “Perro Bomba” will screen at the 12th Guadalajara Construye, the Mexican festival’s pix-in-post competition which screens seven titles that reflect in one way or another on Latin American realities.

In that way, they conform to the grand tradition of the region’s cinemas. But, reflecting one development in Latin American cinema this century, many of the titles look to be as interested in psychological observation as social commentary, and all the better for it.

Enigma,” the awaited debut feature of Chile’s Ignacio Juricic, whose 2015 short “Lost Queens” won a Cannes Festival Queer Palme, tracks Nancy, a middle-aged hairdresser, as she debates whether to go on a cold case TV show which may throw light on the night, 10 years prior, when her daughter was beaten to death after leaving a gay club. It is a murder-mystery,
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Michael Apted Receiving Another Honor: DGA Honorary Life Membership

Michael Apted Receiving Another Honor: DGA Honorary Life Membership
The Directors Guild of America is awarding Michael Apted its DGA honorary life member award on Saturday at its 70th Annual DGA Awards Dinner at the Beverly Hilton Hotel — the latest in a long line of honors.

The award is given in recognition of leadership, contribution to the guild and the profession of directing, and outstanding career achievement. Apted currently serves as DGA secretary-treasurer but he’s also received a Grammy, a British Academy Award, a DGA Award and the International Documentary Association’s highest

honor, the Ida Career Achievement Award.

By the order of Queen Elizabeth II, he was also made a Companion of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George for his work in the film and television industries. In 2013, Apted received the DGA’s Robert B. Aldrich Award for extraordinary service to the Guild and its membership.

“Michael is a game changer for our guild and our industry,” said DGA President
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Michael Apted to Receive Directors Guild’s Honorary Life Member Award

Michael Apted to Receive Directors Guild’s Honorary Life Member Award
The Directors Guild of America has awarded Michael Apted its DGA honorary life member award in recognition of leadership, contribution to the guild and the profession of directing, and outstanding career achievement.

The award will be presented to Apted, who currently serves as DGA secretary-treasurer, at the 70th Annual DGA Awards Dinner on Feb. 3 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

“Michael is a game changer for our guild and our industry,” said DGA President Thomas Schlamme. “Whether having the foresight as a young man to conceptualize the revolutionary documentary series “7 Up” — still going on decades later — or guiding Hollywood through a digital revolution, he is a fearless, visionary leader, and we are all the beneficiaries.”

Schlamme noted that Apted has served as either president or co-chair for every major new media and Svod negotiation.

“Michael has skillfully navigated the DGA through times of great change, setting the path for our members and our industry to flourish. His search
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Watch a Zombie Shamble Out of the Shadows in Exclusive Clip from The Rezort

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In the aftermath of a brutal war between the living dead and the strictly living, a zombie safari offers a unique type of therapy and closure for traumatized survivors, but as our exclusive clip from the new horror film The ReZort shows, a new battle may just be beginning within the shores of the eerie island attraction.

Today, Content Media released The ReZort on digital platforms in the Us, and as a special treat for Daily Dead readers, they provided us with the exclusive clip below. (Fear The Walking Dead fans will especially want to keep an eye out for Dougray Scott as Archer.)

We also have the official press release with full details, and in case you missed it, check out this image gallery from The ReZort.

Press Release: Jurassic World” meets “The Walking Dead” in The Rezort, releasing on all major digital platforms in North America on January 17th 2017, courtesy of Content Media.
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Horror Highlights: Atomica, The Bye Bye Man Soundtrack, The Rezort, Hostage To The Devil

The theatrical and VOD / Digital HD release of Dagen Merrill's Atomica from Syfy Films is slated for mid-March, and casting as well as a synopsis for the film kicks off today's Horror Highlights. Also: info on The Bye Bye Man soundtrack from the Newton Brothers, images and release details for the zombie film The ReZort, and a trailer for Hostage to the Devil.

Atomica Release Details & Still: Press Release: "New York, NY -- January 11, 2017 -- Syfy Films is pleased to announce the release of the anticipated sci-fi thriller Atomica, in theaters on March 17, 2017, and on VOD and Digital HD on March 21, 2017. The film is directed by Dagen Merrill (“Beneath,” “Broken Hill,” “Murder in the Dark”) and written by Kevin Burke (“Ultimate Spider-Man,” Marvel’s “Avengers Assemble,” “Beneath”), Fred Fernandez-Armesto and Adam Gyngell. The cast includes Dominic Monaghan (the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, “Pet”), Tom Sizemore (“Saving Private Ryan,
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The Rezort Offers a Trip to a Zombie Safari

The Rezort is a blend of Jurassic World (2015) with zombie films. A remote park allows zombie safaris, until something goes wrong. The Rezort is slated to show in Edinburgh, Scotland - today. The film will have several showings, this week. And, the film stars: Dougray Scott (Enigma), Jessica De Gouw (These Final Hours), Martin McCann, Elen Rhys, Claire Goose and Jassa Ahluwalia. Several stills, from the film, are available here, along with the official trailer and an effects reel. The story, from writer Paul Gerstenberger, talks of a "controlled zombie safari retreat." After a plague has decimated the world, survivors can pay for the right to hunt the undead. But, these zombies still have a bit of bite. When the security measures go down, these zombie tourists are put on the run, again. A number of stills have been released for the film, recently. They show the island, on which the tourists hunt the undead. Events take a turn for the worse in a control room. Three of the stills are...

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