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Mario Camus, the acclaimed Spanish writer-director behind La colmena, Young Sánchez, The Holy Innocents and more, died in his hometown of Santander on September 18. He was 86. Spain’s Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences, the organization behind the Goya Awards, confirmed the news with a post published on Saturday to their official Instagram page.
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Mickey Guyton and Darius Rucker are among the all-star list of artists who contributed to Metallica’s recently released The Metallica Blacklist, an expansive project celebrating the metal band’s influence. Both country artists offered covers of “Nothing Else Matters,” each putting their own spin on the song. Guyton’s “Nothing Else Matters” beautifully showcases the lower register of her voice
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The divisiveness of the Star Wars Sequel Trilogy remains powerful nearly two years after its conclusion. Yet, as topically wide-ranging—and, in some cases, strangely political—as debates over the Disney-dealt follow-ups to the sacred Original Trilogy became, the cold-hard metric of box office grosses confirms their status as Star Wars’ least-lucrative mainline movies (excluding the anemic
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Explore the DUST Multiverse on our App: https://bit.ly/DUSTChannel With power failing, the remaining crew search for Sanders. The group splits, and Sanders makes his move. Series Description: A troubled Off-World cop, running from his past, finds himself slammed directly into it when he boards the mysterious spaceship ATROPA. ATROPA Episode 6 – “Fate” by Eli
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What sparks Pixar SparkShorts? A new feature-length documentary goes behind the scenes of Pixar animated shorts Twenty Something and Nona when A Spark Story streams September 24 on Disney+. Revealing “an intimate look at Pixar’s SparkShorts filmmaking process as two directors strive to get their uniquely personal SparkShorts visions on screen,” the original documentary co-produced by Pixar Animation Studios (Soul, Luca) and Supper Club (Disney’s Wolfgang, Marvel 616)
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Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy has become one of Southern California’s most renowned educational institutions since its founding 90 years ago, but recent allegations of prejudice and intolerance on campus have stained the once sterling reputation of the private, all-girls Catholic academy. In reaction, however, school leaders say they are repenting and making changes. “We’re really
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Boris Johnson has criticised other world leaders over their efforts to tackle climate change, telling them he is growing “increasingly frustrated” that their commitments are “nowhere near enough”. Speaking during a meeting at the United Nations in New York, the prime minister said the gap between what has been promised by industrialised nations and what
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After months of controversy involving an internally-leaked phone conversation, questions about management, conversations about diversity, fraught contract negotiations and the departure of two of the network’s top female hosts, ESPN announced on Friday a new show to replace its Rachel Nichols-fronted daily NBA flagship, The Jump. The offering will be called simply NBA Today and
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