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                    [description] => 06/10/2020 – One of the discussions organized within the framework of the Cinema Backstage meeting in Odessa concerned the role of the European fund, the changes to come and the way in which Ukraine can participate This article is available in English. One of the pillars of the Odesa International Film Festival?s Film Industry Office, ... Read more
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– One of the discussions organized within the framework of the Cinema Backstage meeting in Odessa concerned the role of the European fund, the changes to come and the way in which Ukraine can participate

This article is available in English.

One of the pillars of the Odesa International Film Festival?s Film Industry Office, Cinema Backstage is dedicated to the most important trends in the industry, especially in Eastern Partnership countries. The programme is curated by Tamara Tatishvili, former Georgian representative at Eurimages, and at this edition, three major topics were discussed: the participation of Ukraine in Eurimages; creativity and mental stability for producers, artists, directors, actors and other industry professionals in the face of current challenges; and gender stereotypes in storytelling under cultural and historical pressure.

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During the opening panel, Sergio Garcia de Leaniz, project manager at Eurimages, and Eurimages national representatives Iole Giannattasio for Italy and producer Vladimir Yatsenko for Ukraine, discussed the role of the organisation, the future of Ukraine as a new member and the evolution of the fund in the coming years.

Leániz offered a general overview of the history and the role of Eurimages, which already has 41 member states and a budget of ?26 million going towards various funding schemes. Almost 90% of that budget is dedicated to co-productions, with 80 to 90 film projects receiving funding yearly. Eurimages? promotional programmes are now under further review, as the ?20,000 Co-production Development Awards and the new list of film markets that will host it for the next three years will be announced soon. On the other hand, the ?50,000 Lab Project Awards, now handed out in four festival markets, will be on hiatus in 2021 with the hope to be relaunched in 2022 in a different format. Moreover, the distribution support addressed to countries that are not under the Creative Europe MEDIA umbrella is also under review and will have a new form next year.

Giannattasio focused on the role of Eurimages national representatives, and clarified that there is no political decision behind the support given to the projects, since all are under evaluation. As a cultural fund, Eurimages is always adapting to reflect what is currently happening. If a project is not supported by Eurimages but still eligible, this is a proof of quality that can attract different funding bodies, festivals or markets which follow their next steps.

In his turn, Yatsenko, who attended previous Eurimages sessions as an observer, explained that the Ukrainian industry is changing and can adapt to new rules. Understanding how the funding body works, he mentioned that, in the next session, when Ukraine will be a full active member with applying projects, the new rules will be discussed. At the same time, the local market is shrinking with more cinemas closing due to both the ongoing war and now the pandemic. These conditions drive national productions to fight for international markets by providing high quality content, which can initially be offered to European audiences. In the first call of projects, Yatsenko received 13 applications, with only 5 fulfilling Eurimages requests. After further research, 3 projects have been found eligible to be submitted to the board.

The ability to adapt to an ever changing audiovisual industry is a key element for Leániz, who also mentioned that the Eurimages reform will be implemented by the end of 2021 or in early 2022. Among the major changes, the support of a budget up to ?150,000 will now become a non-reimbursable subsidy, which will not be linked to the film?s revenues the way it has been until now. Moreover, the number of instalments will be reduced from three, to two ? 70% at pre-production stage, and 30% after the release of the film ? simplifying the process and increasing the cash flow for producers. In the governance of Eurimages, the evaluation of projects will no longer be conducted by national representatives, but by independent external experts who can apply for the position, while an executive committee will handle all the practical decisions and the board will focus on the policies of the fund.

Regarding the selection, Giannattasio mentioned that no genre is more ?favorable? to Eurimages, because selection is not only a matter of content and also depends on the visual language which the project has developed before arriving to the committee. A complete dossier should not be limited to the script, and should give members a sense of what they can see on screen and in coherence with the final result. The better a project speaks to different cultures and languages, the more possibilities it will have.

Regarding the situation in Ukraine, Yatsenko mentioned that with the rapid changes the country is undergoing, producers feel the pressure to prepare and shoot everything very fast, resulting in applications for projects that are undercooked. Professionally translating their projects is another key issue, but in response to the lack of proper development funding schemes, the Ukrainian Institute has just launched a call which received over 400 applications in the first round alone, so this issue should be solved. Moreover, producers are trying to be more open in their subjects and to move away from war-related or post-Maidan events, though this process is still ongoing.

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) [summary] => 06/10/2020 – One of the discussions organized within the framework of the Cinema Backstage meeting in Odessa concerned the role of the European fund, the changes to come and the way in which Ukraine can participate This article is available in English. One of the pillars of the Odesa International Film Festival?s Film Industry Office, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

– One of the discussions organized within the framework of the Cinema Backstage meeting in Odessa concerned the role of the European fund, the changes to come and the way in which Ukraine can participate

This article is available in English.

One of the pillars of the Odesa International Film Festival?s Film Industry Office, Cinema Backstage is dedicated to the most important trends in the industry, especially in Eastern Partnership countries. The programme is curated by Tamara Tatishvili, former Georgian representative at Eurimages, and at this edition, three major topics were discussed: the participation of Ukraine in Eurimages; creativity and mental stability for producers, artists, directors, actors and other industry professionals in the face of current challenges; and gender stereotypes in storytelling under cultural and historical pressure.

(The article continues below – Commercial information)

During the opening panel, Sergio Garcia de Leaniz, project manager at Eurimages, and Eurimages national representatives Iole Giannattasio for Italy and producer Vladimir Yatsenko for Ukraine, discussed the role of the organisation, the future of Ukraine as a new member and the evolution of the fund in the coming years.

Leániz offered a general overview of the history and the role of Eurimages, which already has 41 member states and a budget of ?26 million going towards various funding schemes. Almost 90% of that budget is dedicated to co-productions, with 80 to 90 film projects receiving funding yearly. Eurimages? promotional programmes are now under further review, as the ?20,000 Co-production Development Awards and the new list of film markets that will host it for the next three years will be announced soon. On the other hand, the ?50,000 Lab Project Awards, now handed out in four festival markets, will be on hiatus in 2021 with the hope to be relaunched in 2022 in a different format. Moreover, the distribution support addressed to countries that are not under the Creative Europe MEDIA umbrella is also under review and will have a new form next year.

Giannattasio focused on the role of Eurimages national representatives, and clarified that there is no political decision behind the support given to the projects, since all are under evaluation. As a cultural fund, Eurimages is always adapting to reflect what is currently happening. If a project is not supported by Eurimages but still eligible, this is a proof of quality that can attract different funding bodies, festivals or markets which follow their next steps.

In his turn, Yatsenko, who attended previous Eurimages sessions as an observer, explained that the Ukrainian industry is changing and can adapt to new rules. Understanding how the funding body works, he mentioned that, in the next session, when Ukraine will be a full active member with applying projects, the new rules will be discussed. At the same time, the local market is shrinking with more cinemas closing due to both the ongoing war and now the pandemic. These conditions drive national productions to fight for international markets by providing high quality content, which can initially be offered to European audiences. In the first call of projects, Yatsenko received 13 applications, with only 5 fulfilling Eurimages requests. After further research, 3 projects have been found eligible to be submitted to the board.

The ability to adapt to an ever changing audiovisual industry is a key element for Leániz, who also mentioned that the Eurimages reform will be implemented by the end of 2021 or in early 2022. Among the major changes, the support of a budget up to ?150,000 will now become a non-reimbursable subsidy, which will not be linked to the film?s revenues the way it has been until now. Moreover, the number of instalments will be reduced from three, to two ? 70% at pre-production stage, and 30% after the release of the film ? simplifying the process and increasing the cash flow for producers. In the governance of Eurimages, the evaluation of projects will no longer be conducted by national representatives, but by independent external experts who can apply for the position, while an executive committee will handle all the practical decisions and the board will focus on the policies of the fund.

Regarding the selection, Giannattasio mentioned that no genre is more ?favorable? to Eurimages, because selection is not only a matter of content and also depends on the visual language which the project has developed before arriving to the committee. A complete dossier should not be limited to the script, and should give members a sense of what they can see on screen and in coherence with the final result. The better a project speaks to different cultures and languages, the more possibilities it will have.

Regarding the situation in Ukraine, Yatsenko mentioned that with the rapid changes the country is undergoing, producers feel the pressure to prepare and shoot everything very fast, resulting in applications for projects that are undercooked. Professionally translating their projects is another key issue, but in response to the lack of proper development funding schemes, the Ukrainian Institute has just launched a call which received over 400 applications in the first round alone, so this issue should be solved. Moreover, producers are trying to be more open in their subjects and to move away from war-related or post-Maidan events, though this process is still ongoing.

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Ukraine joins Eurimages ready to adapt

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Editorial. The British, like all populations affected by the Covid, have endured their share of tragedies, constraints and deprivations: confinements, canceled family reunions, funerals in small groups. The country has just passed the milestone of 150,000 deaths linked to the pandemic, a sad record, with a per capita rate higher than that of the European Union (EU).

However, while it was enacting prohibitions and sanctions against the population, the government of Boris Johnson multiplied the parties washed down in Downing Street. According to press revelations, the Prime Minister participated in one of these collective parties in May 2020 less than an hour after one of his ministers announced the ban on such gatherings. In April 2021, another of these receptions was held the day before Queen Elizabeth attended alone, in Windsor Chapel, the funeral of her husband, Philip. Poignant, the image of the queen seated in the middle of empty stalls, facing the coffin of the prince, has been around the world.

Read also Boris Johnson acknowledges having attended a party in full confinement and apologizes, the opposition calls for his resignation

In a country whose rule of law (« the rule of law ») is one facet of identity, Boris Johnson’s contempt for rules made under his own authority rightly causes intense anger. Two out of three Britons want him to resign, according to polls, as do several MPs from his party. Coming after a long series of blunders, the scandal of parties illegal is obviously one too many, the one that marks the beginning of the end of Mr Johnson’s resounding reign over British politics. This time, the contempt for the people is flagrant.

Illusionist

In 2019, with Westminster paralyzed, unable to secure a majority on the European Union divorce deal brokered by Theresa May, Boris Johnson emerged as not just the savior of the Conservative Party, but the man who would finally ?make Brexit happen?. His opportunism, his lightness, his elastic relationship to the truth were already known. But wrapped in a phenomenal aplomb, an undeniable charisma and a solid humor, these characteristics of the character could appear to certain Britons as assets, when casting off with the continent.

Since then, Mr. Johnson’s two main constants have been his contempt for institutions and his propensity for lies, coupled with his rage to deny them. In the summer of 2019, fearing the censorship of deputies about Brexit, he went so far as to “suspend” Parliament, until the Supreme Court stopped the adventure. Denying his own signature on customs controls in the Irish Sea, he threatened, more recently, to denounce the Brexit agreement. Even caught in the act, Boris Johnson continues to deny: Downing Street parties were “work meetings”, he dared.

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But the prime minister’s original lie was about nothing less than Brexit itself. By repeating that the British could “to have the butter and the money from the butter” (« to have the cake and eat it ») after leaving the EU, Boris Johnson captivated a large section of opinion: both pro-Brexit popular voters, whom he mirrored state aid, and party, on the contrary, expect drastic deregulation. Today, everyone is waiting in vain for the “Brexit dividends” he promised. British democracy will need all its assets to get the country out of the impasse where the illusionist “Boris” led it.

Read also Boris Johnson trapped by his contradictions on Brexit

The world

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Boris Johnson or the culture of lies

) [summary] => Editorial. The British, like all populations affected by the Covid, have endured their share of tragedies, constraints and deprivations: confinements, canceled family reunions, funerals in small groups. The country has just passed the milestone of 150,000 deaths linked to the pandemic, a sad record, with a per capita rate higher than that of the European ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Editorial. The British, like all populations affected by the Covid, have endured their share of tragedies, constraints and deprivations: confinements, canceled family reunions, funerals in small groups. The country has just passed the milestone of 150,000 deaths linked to the pandemic, a sad record, with a per capita rate higher than that of the European Union (EU).

However, while it was enacting prohibitions and sanctions against the population, the government of Boris Johnson multiplied the parties washed down in Downing Street. According to press revelations, the Prime Minister participated in one of these collective parties in May 2020 less than an hour after one of his ministers announced the ban on such gatherings. In April 2021, another of these receptions was held the day before Queen Elizabeth attended alone, in Windsor Chapel, the funeral of her husband, Philip. Poignant, the image of the queen seated in the middle of empty stalls, facing the coffin of the prince, has been around the world.

Read also Boris Johnson acknowledges having attended a party in full confinement and apologizes, the opposition calls for his resignation

In a country whose rule of law (« the rule of law ») is one facet of identity, Boris Johnson’s contempt for rules made under his own authority rightly causes intense anger. Two out of three Britons want him to resign, according to polls, as do several MPs from his party. Coming after a long series of blunders, the scandal of parties illegal is obviously one too many, the one that marks the beginning of the end of Mr Johnson’s resounding reign over British politics. This time, the contempt for the people is flagrant.

Illusionist

In 2019, with Westminster paralyzed, unable to secure a majority on the European Union divorce deal brokered by Theresa May, Boris Johnson emerged as not just the savior of the Conservative Party, but the man who would finally ?make Brexit happen?. His opportunism, his lightness, his elastic relationship to the truth were already known. But wrapped in a phenomenal aplomb, an undeniable charisma and a solid humor, these characteristics of the character could appear to certain Britons as assets, when casting off with the continent.

Since then, Mr. Johnson’s two main constants have been his contempt for institutions and his propensity for lies, coupled with his rage to deny them. In the summer of 2019, fearing the censorship of deputies about Brexit, he went so far as to “suspend” Parliament, until the Supreme Court stopped the adventure. Denying his own signature on customs controls in the Irish Sea, he threatened, more recently, to denounce the Brexit agreement. Even caught in the act, Boris Johnson continues to deny: Downing Street parties were “work meetings”, he dared.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers UK: Obstacles are piling up on Boris Johnson’s road

But the prime minister’s original lie was about nothing less than Brexit itself. By repeating that the British could “to have the butter and the money from the butter” (« to have the cake and eat it ») after leaving the EU, Boris Johnson captivated a large section of opinion: both pro-Brexit popular voters, whom he mirrored state aid, and party, on the contrary, expect drastic deregulation. Today, everyone is waiting in vain for the “Brexit dividends” he promised. British democracy will need all its assets to get the country out of the impasse where the illusionist “Boris” led it.

Read also Boris Johnson trapped by his contradictions on Brexit

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Boris Johnson or the culture of lies

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The race for the Oscar for Best Actress is on fire. Since the presentation of Spencer at the Venice Film Festival, Kristen Stewart became the first favorite to succeed Frances McDormand in the list of winners. Unfortunately for the passionate community of fans of a young star who has managed to break away from the shadow of the saga Twilight in their transition to an adult career, 2022 has only brought bad news for the supposed “frontrunner” for the statuette.

It was no great surprise that the Golden Globes chose Nicole Kidman as the best dramatic actress of the year for her performance in Being the Ricardos. The voters of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association were the first to catch a glimpse of the raw talent of the Australian in 1995 when then, for the public and the industry, Kidman was little more than Tom Cruise’s wife. Your award for All for a dream opened the season. The tribute to the figure of the pioneer Lucille Ball is the fifth Globe of her career.

The most worrying setback for the protagonist of Pablo Larraín’s biopic came with her absence from the Screen Actors Guild nominations, a key precursor for candidates who want to arrive with options at the gala. Since the creation of the SAGs in 1995, no Oscar winner for best actress had been left out of the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Last week the British Academy made public the list of 15 candidates who passed the cut prior to the nominations that will be made public on February 3. Penélope Cruz was the great absentee of the four interpretive disciplines. Although his chances of reaching a fourth nomination suffer after the setback at the BAFTAs and his expected absence at the SAG, the actors branch of the Academy tends to value performances in languages ??other than English more than the rest of the awards organizations. . There is still hope.

With Stewart’s options hanging in the balance after a disastrous start to the year, uncertainty takes over the category for the second consecutive year. In 2020 we saw how each of the candidates won a different award before the academics ruled: Frances McDormand the BAFTA, Viola Davis the SAG, Carey Mulligan the Critics Choice and Andra Day the Golden Globe. This year it does not seem that the awards will be distributed in a Solomonic way, but everything indicates that it will be necessary to resort to the photo finish again to know who goes up to the Dolby Theater on March 27.

Next, we review, from more to less options to reach the Oscars, the state of the race in the category of best leading actress.

1. Olivia Colman by The Lost Daughter

Olivia Colman en ‘The Lost Daughter’.

Olivia Colman is the most respected actress in the industry in the last five years. With The favourite, the Englishwoman prevailed over the eternal maid of honor at the Oscars, Glenn Close. With The father, touched the statuette that ended up winning Youn Yu Jung. The Crown It has given her her first Emmy and her third Golden Globe. It is easy to imagine that the interpreter was very close to accompanying Anthony Hopkins and Florian Zeller in the list of winners. Your work in The Lost Daugher is shocking and Colman may benefit from being, if the stakes are right, the only candidate not nominated this year for a biopic.

2. Nicole Kidman by Being the Ricardos

Javier Bardem and Nicole Kidman.

Javier Bardem and Nicole Kidman.

Nicole Kidman has already won the Golden Globe and is the big favorite to win the SAG, an award she has only won with Big Little Lies. The Australian brings to life a Hollywood icon and there is nothing that academics like so much as the stories that tell about themselves. In spite of everything, there are two details that play against her: that Kidman only has four previous nominations suggests that she is not the favorite actress of her colleagues by profession and, more importantly, the second Oscars tend to be more incontestable. Tell Hilary Swank (Million Dollar Baby), Cate Blanchett (Blue Jasmine) o Renée Zellweger (Judy).

3. Jessica Chastain por Tammy Faye’s eyes

Jessica Chastain como Tammy Faye.

Jessica Chastain como Tammy Faye.

The box office crash last September Tammy Faye’s eyes (in Spain it opens in February) made us fear the worst. Over the months it has become clear that the problem was not just the biopic: with the exception of The Gucci house Y Dune, viewers have not set foot in theaters this year to see adult films. Jessica Chastain, an actress who seemed like she was going to conquer the world after her triumphant arrival in Hollywood in 2011, has been in all the key appointments of the career and her transformation as Tammy Faye fits perfectly with the historical trend of the Academy in this category.

4. Lady Gaga by The Gucci house

'The House of Gucci' is the second main character of Lady Gaga.

‘The House of Gucci’ is the second main character of Lady Gaga.

Lady Gaga is the only star who has been able to bring viewers to theaters in 2021 without the support of an intellectual property behind. The actress and singer wants to be at the Oscars and for the general public to see her magnetic work as Patrizia Reggiani, as her relentless campaign has made clear. the protagonist of the gucci housei has many ballots to follow in the footsteps of Barbra Streisand or Cher, other music stars who were also recognized by the Academy when they tackled other types of stories in just as we were, Moon spell Y Silkwood. At this point in her career, it would be a huge surprise if Gaga was left out of the nominations.

5. Kristen Stewart by Spencer

Kristen Stewart and 'Spencer'.

Kristen Stewart and ‘Spencer’.

The two blows that Stewart has received in the beginning of the year are, at the same time, good and bad news for his prize options. Bad because history plays against their chances of taking the statuette. But they can also be good because her absence from the SAGs is a motivation for those who respect her performance as Diana to vote for her first (on the ballot academics have to order the work of the nominees) instead of betting on jobs. with, supposedly, fewer options. Statistics say that the Oscar is unlikely. The nomination should be the reward for a jump to an irregular but always interesting adult career.

6. Penelope Cruz for parallel mothers

Penélope Cruz hugs Milena Smit in 'Parallel Mothers'.

Penélope Cruz hugs Milena Smit in ‘Parallel Mothers’.

Madrid’s Oscar race in 2021 is the living image of the expression “one of lime and one of sand”. the protagonist of parallel mothers it won the Volpi Cup and won awards from the two most important critics’ associations in the United States: Los Angeles and the National Society of Film Critics. However, her name did not appear in the Golden Globes, the Critics, the SAG, or even on the list of 15 actresses who made the cut at the BAFTAs. Although Penélope Cruz’s status in Hollywood may be enough to overcome these obstacles, with the numbers in hand, we cannot bet on the Spanish.

7. Rachel Zegler by West Side Story

Ensel Elgort and Rachel Zegler are Anton and Maria in 'West Side Story'

Ensel Elgort and Rachel Zegler are Anton and Maria in ‘West Side Story’

The discovery of Steven Spielberg is reinforced by his triumph in the ghost edition of the Golden Globes, although the same thing happens to the new version of the classic as to all the previous montages of West Side Story: the secondary ones eat Tony and Maria. Ariana DeBose is doing the same thing with her co-stars. That she is nominated in the SAG and not Rachel Zegler It is, surely, a spoiler of what is going to happen at the Oscars.

8. Jennifer Hudson por Respect

Jennifer Hudson es Aretha Franklin en 'Respect'.

Jennifer Hudson es Aretha Franklin en ‘Respect’.

The Screen Actors Guild nomination brings the Oscar winner back into the race for Dreamgirls. Jennifer Hudson has struggled to find her place in the acting industry in the 15 years since her award-winning debut. Interpret an icon as Aretha Franklin will attract the attention of academics, but in an edition dominated by biopics it is quite likely that Respect, released in the summer, remains in the pipeline at the time of voting.

9. Alana Haim por Licorice Pizza

Cooper Hoffman y Alana Haim.

Cooper Hoffman y Alana Haim.

A victory at the Golden Globes would have helped in the campaign of Alana Haim, the second most awarded actress by critics associations, only behind Kristen Stewart. Especially when it has strong competition from both debutantes (Rachel Zegler) and pop stars making the jump to the movies (Lady Gaga and Jennifer Hudson). His nomination would be one of the big surprises of the year.

10. The discarded? except for a capital surprise

The preseason of the Oscars has left a trail of victims who have been, in principle, without options to achieve the nomination. the norwegian Renate Reinsve, winner of the Cannes acting award for the worst person in the world, has seen how Penélope Cruz overtook her in the associations of critics who were committed to recognizing non-English speaking interpretations. Emilia Jones, the young revelation of CODA, has seen how his fictional parents (Troy Kotsur and, to a lesser extent, Marlee Matlin) have concentrated the love for the film – Sundance 2021 event. Although Tessa Thompson gives one of the most subtle performances of the year in the period drama ChiaroscuroVoters are turning their admiration for Rebecca Hall’s first opera to her co-star, Ruth Negga.

jodie eat, the soul of the last duel, has suffered the consequences of a narrative that has crowned Ridley Scott’s film as one of the great failures of the year. Frances McDormand closes the group of applicants who, except for a major surprise, have fallen by the wayside in the awards season. The three-time winner of the category, a record only equaled or surpassed by Katharine Hepburn, has seen all the acknowledgments for the new adaptation of Macbeth they were for his co-star, Denzel Washington.

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) [summary] => Related news The race for the Oscar for Best Actress is on fire. Since the presentation of Spencer at the Venice Film Festival, Kristen Stewart became the first favorite to succeed Frances McDormand in the list of winners. Unfortunately for the passionate community of fans of a young star who has managed to break away ... Read more [atom_content] =>

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The race for the Oscar for Best Actress is on fire. Since the presentation of Spencer at the Venice Film Festival, Kristen Stewart became the first favorite to succeed Frances McDormand in the list of winners. Unfortunately for the passionate community of fans of a young star who has managed to break away from the shadow of the saga Twilight in their transition to an adult career, 2022 has only brought bad news for the supposed “frontrunner” for the statuette.

It was no great surprise that the Golden Globes chose Nicole Kidman as the best dramatic actress of the year for her performance in Being the Ricardos. The voters of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association were the first to catch a glimpse of the raw talent of the Australian in 1995 when then, for the public and the industry, Kidman was little more than Tom Cruise’s wife. Your award for All for a dream opened the season. The tribute to the figure of the pioneer Lucille Ball is the fifth Globe of her career.

The most worrying setback for the protagonist of Pablo Larraín’s biopic came with her absence from the Screen Actors Guild nominations, a key precursor for candidates who want to arrive with options at the gala. Since the creation of the SAGs in 1995, no Oscar winner for best actress had been left out of the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Last week the British Academy made public the list of 15 candidates who passed the cut prior to the nominations that will be made public on February 3. Penélope Cruz was the great absentee of the four interpretive disciplines. Although his chances of reaching a fourth nomination suffer after the setback at the BAFTAs and his expected absence at the SAG, the actors branch of the Academy tends to value performances in languages ??other than English more than the rest of the awards organizations. . There is still hope.

With Stewart’s options hanging in the balance after a disastrous start to the year, uncertainty takes over the category for the second consecutive year. In 2020 we saw how each of the candidates won a different award before the academics ruled: Frances McDormand the BAFTA, Viola Davis the SAG, Carey Mulligan the Critics Choice and Andra Day the Golden Globe. This year it does not seem that the awards will be distributed in a Solomonic way, but everything indicates that it will be necessary to resort to the photo finish again to know who goes up to the Dolby Theater on March 27.

Next, we review, from more to less options to reach the Oscars, the state of the race in the category of best leading actress.

1. Olivia Colman by The Lost Daughter

Olivia Colman en ‘The Lost Daughter’.

Olivia Colman is the most respected actress in the industry in the last five years. With The favourite, the Englishwoman prevailed over the eternal maid of honor at the Oscars, Glenn Close. With The father, touched the statuette that ended up winning Youn Yu Jung. The Crown It has given her her first Emmy and her third Golden Globe. It is easy to imagine that the interpreter was very close to accompanying Anthony Hopkins and Florian Zeller in the list of winners. Your work in The Lost Daugher is shocking and Colman may benefit from being, if the stakes are right, the only candidate not nominated this year for a biopic.

2. Nicole Kidman by Being the Ricardos

Javier Bardem and Nicole Kidman.

Javier Bardem and Nicole Kidman.

Nicole Kidman has already won the Golden Globe and is the big favorite to win the SAG, an award she has only won with Big Little Lies. The Australian brings to life a Hollywood icon and there is nothing that academics like so much as the stories that tell about themselves. In spite of everything, there are two details that play against her: that Kidman only has four previous nominations suggests that she is not the favorite actress of her colleagues by profession and, more importantly, the second Oscars tend to be more incontestable. Tell Hilary Swank (Million Dollar Baby), Cate Blanchett (Blue Jasmine) o Renée Zellweger (Judy).

3. Jessica Chastain por Tammy Faye’s eyes

Jessica Chastain como Tammy Faye.

Jessica Chastain como Tammy Faye.

The box office crash last September Tammy Faye’s eyes (in Spain it opens in February) made us fear the worst. Over the months it has become clear that the problem was not just the biopic: with the exception of The Gucci house Y Dune, viewers have not set foot in theaters this year to see adult films. Jessica Chastain, an actress who seemed like she was going to conquer the world after her triumphant arrival in Hollywood in 2011, has been in all the key appointments of the career and her transformation as Tammy Faye fits perfectly with the historical trend of the Academy in this category.

4. Lady Gaga by The Gucci house

'The House of Gucci' is the second main character of Lady Gaga.

‘The House of Gucci’ is the second main character of Lady Gaga.

Lady Gaga is the only star who has been able to bring viewers to theaters in 2021 without the support of an intellectual property behind. The actress and singer wants to be at the Oscars and for the general public to see her magnetic work as Patrizia Reggiani, as her relentless campaign has made clear. the protagonist of the gucci housei has many ballots to follow in the footsteps of Barbra Streisand or Cher, other music stars who were also recognized by the Academy when they tackled other types of stories in just as we were, Moon spell Y Silkwood. At this point in her career, it would be a huge surprise if Gaga was left out of the nominations.

5. Kristen Stewart by Spencer

Kristen Stewart and 'Spencer'.

Kristen Stewart and ‘Spencer’.

The two blows that Stewart has received in the beginning of the year are, at the same time, good and bad news for his prize options. Bad because history plays against their chances of taking the statuette. But they can also be good because her absence from the SAGs is a motivation for those who respect her performance as Diana to vote for her first (on the ballot academics have to order the work of the nominees) instead of betting on jobs. with, supposedly, fewer options. Statistics say that the Oscar is unlikely. The nomination should be the reward for a jump to an irregular but always interesting adult career.

6. Penelope Cruz for parallel mothers

Penélope Cruz hugs Milena Smit in 'Parallel Mothers'.

Penélope Cruz hugs Milena Smit in ‘Parallel Mothers’.

Madrid’s Oscar race in 2021 is the living image of the expression “one of lime and one of sand”. the protagonist of parallel mothers it won the Volpi Cup and won awards from the two most important critics’ associations in the United States: Los Angeles and the National Society of Film Critics. However, her name did not appear in the Golden Globes, the Critics, the SAG, or even on the list of 15 actresses who made the cut at the BAFTAs. Although Penélope Cruz’s status in Hollywood may be enough to overcome these obstacles, with the numbers in hand, we cannot bet on the Spanish.

7. Rachel Zegler by West Side Story

Ensel Elgort and Rachel Zegler are Anton and Maria in 'West Side Story'

Ensel Elgort and Rachel Zegler are Anton and Maria in ‘West Side Story’

The discovery of Steven Spielberg is reinforced by his triumph in the ghost edition of the Golden Globes, although the same thing happens to the new version of the classic as to all the previous montages of West Side Story: the secondary ones eat Tony and Maria. Ariana DeBose is doing the same thing with her co-stars. That she is nominated in the SAG and not Rachel Zegler It is, surely, a spoiler of what is going to happen at the Oscars.

8. Jennifer Hudson por Respect

Jennifer Hudson es Aretha Franklin en 'Respect'.

Jennifer Hudson es Aretha Franklin en ‘Respect’.

The Screen Actors Guild nomination brings the Oscar winner back into the race for Dreamgirls. Jennifer Hudson has struggled to find her place in the acting industry in the 15 years since her award-winning debut. Interpret an icon as Aretha Franklin will attract the attention of academics, but in an edition dominated by biopics it is quite likely that Respect, released in the summer, remains in the pipeline at the time of voting.

9. Alana Haim por Licorice Pizza

Cooper Hoffman y Alana Haim.

Cooper Hoffman y Alana Haim.

A victory at the Golden Globes would have helped in the campaign of Alana Haim, the second most awarded actress by critics associations, only behind Kristen Stewart. Especially when it has strong competition from both debutantes (Rachel Zegler) and pop stars making the jump to the movies (Lady Gaga and Jennifer Hudson). His nomination would be one of the big surprises of the year.

10. The discarded? except for a capital surprise

The preseason of the Oscars has left a trail of victims who have been, in principle, without options to achieve the nomination. the norwegian Renate Reinsve, winner of the Cannes acting award for the worst person in the world, has seen how Penélope Cruz overtook her in the associations of critics who were committed to recognizing non-English speaking interpretations. Emilia Jones, the young revelation of CODA, has seen how his fictional parents (Troy Kotsur and, to a lesser extent, Marlee Matlin) have concentrated the love for the film – Sundance 2021 event. Although Tessa Thompson gives one of the most subtle performances of the year in the period drama ChiaroscuroVoters are turning their admiration for Rebecca Hall’s first opera to her co-star, Ruth Negga.

jodie eat, the soul of the last duel, has suffered the consequences of a narrative that has crowned Ridley Scott’s film as one of the great failures of the year. Frances McDormand closes the group of applicants who, except for a major surprise, have fallen by the wayside in the awards season. The three-time winner of the category, a record only equaled or surpassed by Katharine Hepburn, has seen all the acknowledgments for the new adaptation of Macbeth they were for his co-star, Denzel Washington.

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I dedicate these lines to my family and friends.

I’m fine thank god. I have peace and hope. I never thought that my departure from the position of Secretary of the Interior, in a scenario like this, was the reason for the barrage of recognition and support that I have experienced in the last few hours. Nor did I imagine that it would cause so much pain and indignation even in people I have not even had the pleasure of meeting.

When I accepted the responsibility of serving as head of government, I always saw it as a sacrifice. The injustices of political diatribe and public service were not alien to me. But my passion to help my people, my neighbor, made it worth it. God and the governor gave me this great opportunity, I courageously undertook the task. It is known that my style differs from the traditional. My values ??and principles do not lie dull in my head, my actions reflect them like a pristine mirror. Like no one, I’m not perfect either. But for my high level of rectitude to stand out in the midst of this maelstrom, I must have done something good.

Now, the big letters on my agreement warned of these dire possibilities. I was ready. I went out because I don’t want anyone else to suffer the blow. What I regret is that my family has to suffer such public embarrassment for undeserved implications. I apologize to them for the tears, the sleepless nights, the despair and the slander.

The title of this column is allusive to the novel entitled To Kill a Mockingbird. This work published in 1960 and written by Harper Lee won the Pullitzer Prize. In addition, it served as the basis for exhibiting in 1962 one of my favorite films that bears the same title, being worthy of several awards, in short, a classic of American cinema. For me, a treasure, and today I live it in my own flesh.

This story, told by a six-year-old girl named Scout Finch, dates back to 1936 in Alabama. Scout’s father was a prominent lawyer, named Atticus, who emerges as a hero of morality and integrity that must permeate our society. The plot emerges when, in the midst of a tradition of racial profiling, Atticus agrees to represent an African-American man (Tom Robinson) falsely accused of molesting a young woman. Following Tom’s acquittal, the real culprit (Bob Ewell) sought revenge by attacking Atticus’ eldest son (Jem) with a knife. Then the innocent character Boo Radley came to the rescue, resulting in Bob’s death. Sheriff Tate arrives on the scene and, noticing the involvement of an evil person like Boo, concludes that Bob had stabbed himself. Atticus, who imagined the guilt that his son could carry, had to agree with the commissioner. Who would have the moral stature to judge them wrong? that’s called Justice.

This narrative ties in with the title as an analogy. One Christmas Atticus gives pellet guns to his children. Before going hunting with his uncle, Atticus warns them that they are free to hunt, except larks (mockingbirds), because it was considered a sin to kill this bird. A neighbor explained to them that they were innocent, they did not intentionally harm anyone and, on the contrary, they delighted with beautiful melodies. The young girl Scout inferred that people like Tom Robinson and Boo Radley were mockingbirds, because they enjoy an inner goodness that deserves to be shared.

Personally, my ?sin? was being polite, responding only once to someone who sought me out (without knowing their profession), and looking for a polite way to tell them that I couldn’t address their concern. For completeness, I did it late, when it wouldn’t have the slightest effect. If to receive justice I have to change the courteous way I treat others, I prefer to hug and kiss the chains. I know it’s not personal. It is for higher interests. But they have tried to kill a mockingbird. The most outrageous thing is that this happens daily against vulnerable beings. Still, my heart holds no room for rancor. Every time I understand and admire more the figure of the protagonist, the upright lawyer, Atticus Finch. That is the lawyer that we lawyers should aspire to become. Later I will tell you about the phoenix.

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) [summary] => I dedicate these lines to my family and friends. I’m fine thank god. I have peace and hope. I never thought that my departure from the position of Secretary of the Interior, in a scenario like this, was the reason for the barrage of recognition and support that I have experienced in the last few ... Read more [atom_content] =>

I dedicate these lines to my family and friends.

I’m fine thank god. I have peace and hope. I never thought that my departure from the position of Secretary of the Interior, in a scenario like this, was the reason for the barrage of recognition and support that I have experienced in the last few hours. Nor did I imagine that it would cause so much pain and indignation even in people I have not even had the pleasure of meeting.

When I accepted the responsibility of serving as head of government, I always saw it as a sacrifice. The injustices of political diatribe and public service were not alien to me. But my passion to help my people, my neighbor, made it worth it. God and the governor gave me this great opportunity, I courageously undertook the task. It is known that my style differs from the traditional. My values ??and principles do not lie dull in my head, my actions reflect them like a pristine mirror. Like no one, I’m not perfect either. But for my high level of rectitude to stand out in the midst of this maelstrom, I must have done something good.

Now, the big letters on my agreement warned of these dire possibilities. I was ready. I went out because I don’t want anyone else to suffer the blow. What I regret is that my family has to suffer such public embarrassment for undeserved implications. I apologize to them for the tears, the sleepless nights, the despair and the slander.

The title of this column is allusive to the novel entitled To Kill a Mockingbird. This work published in 1960 and written by Harper Lee won the Pullitzer Prize. In addition, it served as the basis for exhibiting in 1962 one of my favorite films that bears the same title, being worthy of several awards, in short, a classic of American cinema. For me, a treasure, and today I live it in my own flesh.

This story, told by a six-year-old girl named Scout Finch, dates back to 1936 in Alabama. Scout’s father was a prominent lawyer, named Atticus, who emerges as a hero of morality and integrity that must permeate our society. The plot emerges when, in the midst of a tradition of racial profiling, Atticus agrees to represent an African-American man (Tom Robinson) falsely accused of molesting a young woman. Following Tom’s acquittal, the real culprit (Bob Ewell) sought revenge by attacking Atticus’ eldest son (Jem) with a knife. Then the innocent character Boo Radley came to the rescue, resulting in Bob’s death. Sheriff Tate arrives on the scene and, noticing the involvement of an evil person like Boo, concludes that Bob had stabbed himself. Atticus, who imagined the guilt that his son could carry, had to agree with the commissioner. Who would have the moral stature to judge them wrong? that’s called Justice.

This narrative ties in with the title as an analogy. One Christmas Atticus gives pellet guns to his children. Before going hunting with his uncle, Atticus warns them that they are free to hunt, except larks (mockingbirds), because it was considered a sin to kill this bird. A neighbor explained to them that they were innocent, they did not intentionally harm anyone and, on the contrary, they delighted with beautiful melodies. The young girl Scout inferred that people like Tom Robinson and Boo Radley were mockingbirds, because they enjoy an inner goodness that deserves to be shared.

Personally, my ?sin? was being polite, responding only once to someone who sought me out (without knowing their profession), and looking for a polite way to tell them that I couldn’t address their concern. For completeness, I did it late, when it wouldn’t have the slightest effect. If to receive justice I have to change the courteous way I treat others, I prefer to hug and kiss the chains. I know it’s not personal. It is for higher interests. But they have tried to kill a mockingbird. The most outrageous thing is that this happens daily against vulnerable beings. Still, my heart holds no room for rancor. Every time I understand and admire more the figure of the protagonist, the upright lawyer, Atticus Finch. That is the lawyer that we lawyers should aspire to become. Later I will tell you about the phoenix.

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When it comes to music, Brazil is a fertile cradle of great names, recognized throughout the world for their talents, which leave indelible marks on erudite and popular works. We are musical ? there’s no denying it ? and everyone who loves good music loves some Brazilian music. To recognize this hereditary and ancestral talent, on January 15th, the World Composer’s Day is celebrated.

Knowledge and appreciation

The date originated in Mexico, in 1945, when the country’s Society of Authors and Composers was created. After that, the rest of the world also adopted the commemoration, which values ??the people behind so many immortal works. Here, in Brazil, the National Foundation of the Arts (Funarte) plays this role very properly, which aims to preserve the memory of masters of Brazilian music in books and records, available free of charge on its website.

Music is everywhere, it is our nature to musicalize feelings, ?we are made of silence and sound?, as Lulu Santos and Nelson Motta beautifully wrote. But the composer has not always had and has the visibility he deserves. At the beginning of the expansion of classical music in Europe, for example, the performer could change the composition as he wanted and even insert parts of other compositions. Over time, classical music became more complex and the composer more valued, with more control over his works.

In Brazil, there are so many composers who have immortalized feelings, talents from all over our giant expanse, that I couldn’t name them all. But we can highlight some that help us, despite the regrets, to be proud of being Brazilian, taking a ride on the composition of the wonderful Gonzaguinha.

Chiquinha Gonzaga

A thousand-year-old woman, the daughter of a slave with a first lieutenant, was rejected by her paternal family, but she did not give up and enjoyed all that was best in the bourgeois education she received. Later, she received a piano from her then husband and began a path of no return in her life: composition.

Heitor Villa-Lobos

Our treasure of classical music! Founder of the Academia Brasileira de Música, he learned since childhood to play the cello, clarinet and saxophone. I liked listening to classical music, but I was very interested in Brazilian rhythms. This peculiar taste resulted in a musical revolution, with rhythms never before experienced.

Other big names are also worth mentioning when it comes to weight composition. Are they: And Barroso, Pixinguinha, Topper, pink christmas, Adoniran Barbosa, Luiz Gonzaga, Vinicius de Moraes, Lupicínio Rodrigues, Dorival Caymmi, Dona Ivone Lara, Tom Jobim, Tom Zé, Robert Carlos, Gilbert Gil, Milton Nascimento, Caetano Veloso, Peninha, Paulinho da Viola, Team Maia, Chico Buarque, secondhand, Aldir Blanc, Zé Ramalho, toquinho, djavan, Rita Lee, cazuza, Renato Russo, Carlinhos Brown e Lulu Santos. The contribution of all these talents brought to Brazilian music more purity, more affection, more calm, more joy, to paraphrase the genius Peninha.

All these names that came before us paved the way for new talents to walk more safely and calmly in the music world, but this is still not an easy path, which only depends on talent. Not to say that I didn’t mention flowers, the ground is fertile, but to make them bloom and bear fruit, investment is needed, which can come through a personal loan, insistence and determination, because, as Geraldo Vandré wrote, who knows what time it is, he doesn’t wait for it to happen.

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World Composer’s Day: a path paved by great names – music non stop

) [summary] => short Music Non Stop no Facebook When it comes to music, Brazil is a fertile cradle of great names, recognized throughout the world for their talents, which leave indelible marks on erudite and popular works. We are musical ? there’s no denying it ? and everyone who loves good music loves some Brazilian music. To ... Read more [atom_content] =>

When it comes to music, Brazil is a fertile cradle of great names, recognized throughout the world for their talents, which leave indelible marks on erudite and popular works. We are musical ? there’s no denying it ? and everyone who loves good music loves some Brazilian music. To recognize this hereditary and ancestral talent, on January 15th, the World Composer’s Day is celebrated.

Knowledge and appreciation

The date originated in Mexico, in 1945, when the country’s Society of Authors and Composers was created. After that, the rest of the world also adopted the commemoration, which values ??the people behind so many immortal works. Here, in Brazil, the National Foundation of the Arts (Funarte) plays this role very properly, which aims to preserve the memory of masters of Brazilian music in books and records, available free of charge on its website.

Music is everywhere, it is our nature to musicalize feelings, ?we are made of silence and sound?, as Lulu Santos and Nelson Motta beautifully wrote. But the composer has not always had and has the visibility he deserves. At the beginning of the expansion of classical music in Europe, for example, the performer could change the composition as he wanted and even insert parts of other compositions. Over time, classical music became more complex and the composer more valued, with more control over his works.

In Brazil, there are so many composers who have immortalized feelings, talents from all over our giant expanse, that I couldn’t name them all. But we can highlight some that help us, despite the regrets, to be proud of being Brazilian, taking a ride on the composition of the wonderful Gonzaguinha.

Chiquinha Gonzaga

A thousand-year-old woman, the daughter of a slave with a first lieutenant, was rejected by her paternal family, but she did not give up and enjoyed all that was best in the bourgeois education she received. Later, she received a piano from her then husband and began a path of no return in her life: composition.

Heitor Villa-Lobos

Our treasure of classical music! Founder of the Academia Brasileira de Música, he learned since childhood to play the cello, clarinet and saxophone. I liked listening to classical music, but I was very interested in Brazilian rhythms. This peculiar taste resulted in a musical revolution, with rhythms never before experienced.

Other big names are also worth mentioning when it comes to weight composition. Are they: And Barroso, Pixinguinha, Topper, pink christmas, Adoniran Barbosa, Luiz Gonzaga, Vinicius de Moraes, Lupicínio Rodrigues, Dorival Caymmi, Dona Ivone Lara, Tom Jobim, Tom Zé, Robert Carlos, Gilbert Gil, Milton Nascimento, Caetano Veloso, Peninha, Paulinho da Viola, Team Maia, Chico Buarque, secondhand, Aldir Blanc, Zé Ramalho, toquinho, djavan, Rita Lee, cazuza, Renato Russo, Carlinhos Brown e Lulu Santos. The contribution of all these talents brought to Brazilian music more purity, more affection, more calm, more joy, to paraphrase the genius Peninha.

All these names that came before us paved the way for new talents to walk more safely and calmly in the music world, but this is still not an easy path, which only depends on talent. Not to say that I didn’t mention flowers, the ground is fertile, but to make them bloom and bear fruit, investment is needed, which can come through a personal loan, insistence and determination, because, as Geraldo Vandré wrote, who knows what time it is, he doesn’t wait for it to happen.

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World Composer’s Day: a path paved by great names – music non stop

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Paolo Fox torna con lOroscopo della Settimana e la consueta classifica. In diretta dallo studio de I Fatti Vostri l’astrologo interpreta le previsioni delle stelle per la settimana che va da lunedě 17 gennaio e dispensa consigli per i segni zodiacali. Ecco tutte le posizioni, dalla dodicesima alla prima. Il podio potrŕ contare su un maggiore favore degli astri. 

 

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L’OROSCOPO DI PAOLO FOX PER LA SETTIMANA

 

TORO Al dodicesimo posto della classifica troviamo il segno del Toro, che potrŕ andare incontro a qualche disagio con il Sole in Acquario. Situazione di conflitto se ci sono persone che non digerite. 

 

SCORPIONE La settimana inizia con una Luna interessante per lo Scorpione – all’undicesimo posto – ma la parte centrale č un po’ pesante. Alcune discussioni potrebbero riguardare il lavoro e la famiglia o semplicemente siete annoiati. Mantenete la calma. 

 

LEONE Al decimo posto della classifica di Paolo Fox c’č il segno del Leone. Risentite di un piccolo scombussolamento questa settimana. Volete farvi notare perché siete egocentrici e guai a chi non vi osserva. 

 

BILANCIA Al nono posto il segno della Bilancia. A volte vi sentite soli a fare le vostre scelte perché volete che la persona amata incida di piů, abbia piů peso nel quotidiano. A volte per non perdere il vostro equilibrio state zitti. Parlate.

 

GEMELLI Il segno del Gemelli č all’ottavo posto della classifica. Dovete divertirvi altrimenti impazzite. Cercate una distrazione, anche d’amore, ma non avete bisogno di cercare amori alternativi se siete divertiti e soddisfatti. 

 

VERGINE Settimo posto per il segno della Vergine. In questi giorni avete una bella capacitŕ di azione. Avrete una proposta molto presto. Le giornate migliori verso la fine di questa settimana. 

 

CANCRO A metŕ classifica, al sesto posto, il segno del Cancro. Non escludete i sentimenti, ma risparmiate qualcosina perché potrete avere qualche problema economico. In amore dite la vostra se siete sicuri di non rovinare tutto.

 

ARIETE Al quinto posto della classifica di Paolo Fox troviamo il segno dell’Ariete, che puň guardare al futuro con ottimismo rispetto al passato. C’č ancora un po’ di nervosismo, ma a metŕ settimana arriva una conferma, soprattutto nella vita privata.

 

ACQUARIO Il Sole entra in Acquario e questo sarŕ molto positivo. Il segno sfiora il podio questa settimana piazzandosi al quarto posto. Forza e fortuna vi assistono; un po’ di tensione, ma non perdete il contatto con la realtŕ.

 

SAGITTARIO Al terzo posto della classifica di Paolo Fox c’č il segno del Sagittario. Conta per voi fare un viaggio nei sentimenti e con la mente. La parte centrale della settimana č molto interessante.

 

PESCI Un bellissimo secondo posto in classifica per il segno dei Pesci, che entro aprile potrŕ cogliere un’occasione nei sentimenti. Vi sentite liberi e l’amore vi cercherŕ.

 

CAPRICORNO Al primo posto della classifica c’č il Capricorno. Per Paolo Fox avete tutto: amore, vita, arte e posia. 


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Paolo Fox torna con lOroscopo della Settimana e la consueta classifica. In diretta dallo studio de I Fatti Vostri l’astrologo interpreta le previsioni delle stelle per la settimana che va da lunedě 17 gennaio e dispensa consigli per i segni zodiacali. Ecco tutte le posizioni, dalla dodicesima alla prima. Il podio potrŕ contare su un maggiore favore degli astri. 

 

Leggi anche > Oroscopo Paolo Fox weekend, tutti i segni zodiacali: ecco i piů fortunati

 

L’OROSCOPO DI PAOLO FOX PER LA SETTIMANA

 

TORO Al dodicesimo posto della classifica troviamo il segno del Toro, che potrŕ andare incontro a qualche disagio con il Sole in Acquario. Situazione di conflitto se ci sono persone che non digerite. 

 

SCORPIONE La settimana inizia con una Luna interessante per lo Scorpione – all’undicesimo posto – ma la parte centrale č un po’ pesante. Alcune discussioni potrebbero riguardare il lavoro e la famiglia o semplicemente siete annoiati. Mantenete la calma. 

 

LEONE Al decimo posto della classifica di Paolo Fox c’č il segno del Leone. Risentite di un piccolo scombussolamento questa settimana. Volete farvi notare perché siete egocentrici e guai a chi non vi osserva. 

 

BILANCIA Al nono posto il segno della Bilancia. A volte vi sentite soli a fare le vostre scelte perché volete che la persona amata incida di piů, abbia piů peso nel quotidiano. A volte per non perdere il vostro equilibrio state zitti. Parlate.

 

GEMELLI Il segno del Gemelli č all’ottavo posto della classifica. Dovete divertirvi altrimenti impazzite. Cercate una distrazione, anche d’amore, ma non avete bisogno di cercare amori alternativi se siete divertiti e soddisfatti. 

 

VERGINE Settimo posto per il segno della Vergine. In questi giorni avete una bella capacitŕ di azione. Avrete una proposta molto presto. Le giornate migliori verso la fine di questa settimana. 

 

CANCRO A metŕ classifica, al sesto posto, il segno del Cancro. Non escludete i sentimenti, ma risparmiate qualcosina perché potrete avere qualche problema economico. In amore dite la vostra se siete sicuri di non rovinare tutto.

 

ARIETE Al quinto posto della classifica di Paolo Fox troviamo il segno dell’Ariete, che puň guardare al futuro con ottimismo rispetto al passato. C’č ancora un po’ di nervosismo, ma a metŕ settimana arriva una conferma, soprattutto nella vita privata.

 

ACQUARIO Il Sole entra in Acquario e questo sarŕ molto positivo. Il segno sfiora il podio questa settimana piazzandosi al quarto posto. Forza e fortuna vi assistono; un po’ di tensione, ma non perdete il contatto con la realtŕ.

 

SAGITTARIO Al terzo posto della classifica di Paolo Fox c’č il segno del Sagittario. Conta per voi fare un viaggio nei sentimenti e con la mente. La parte centrale della settimana č molto interessante.

 

PESCI Un bellissimo secondo posto in classifica per il segno dei Pesci, che entro aprile potrŕ cogliere un’occasione nei sentimenti. Vi sentite liberi e l’amore vi cercherŕ.

 

CAPRICORNO Al primo posto della classifica c’č il Capricorno. Per Paolo Fox avete tutto: amore, vita, arte e posia. 


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Lady D, princess of hearts, but not only. In addition to the nicknames known to the public, the Princess had a nickname special with which she used to be called by her staff. To reveal the curious background was Colin Tebbutt, the former driver of Princess Diana, who in the Channel 5 documentary Secrets of the Royal Palaces he recounted how he was hired by Spencer and the relationship the staff members had with the queen’s daughter-in-law.

Lady Diana after the divorce

When Lady Diana divorced from Prince Charles in 1995, his main residence became Kensington Palace and from that moment he began to build around himself a team of trusted people that in the last two years of his life they would have worked directly for him. “I was walking through the courtyard of Kensington Palace when suddenly a higher voice said to me: ‘Colin, are you still a rebel?’ I looked up and there was the Princess of Wales», Said Colin Tebbutt, formerly a member of the Victorian Order and former Royal Protection Officer at the time.

At that moment “I thought: ‘The most beautiful woman in the world is talking to me in the courtyard'”. “We had a casual chat, just about what the weather was like, and then all of a sudden, he said, ‘Colin, what are you doing right now?’ He explained to me exactly what he was looking for – a driver – and I said, ‘Well, of course ma’am, we could probably solve the problem.’

Diana was building her own staff from scratch and Colin immediately made himself available to chauffeur her, with the promise that he could continue to work as a freelancer: “So I mumbled a ridiculously low price, to which she replied, ‘Oh wonderful, can you start tomorrow?’. I actually got paid a little more than I asked for», Said the former driver. “I phoned both of my boys and told them we had a new client: the Princess of Wales. I also said that the pay rate was not great, at that moment an amazing response came: ‘We would do it for nothing’».

Thus it was that Colin Tebbutt became the official user for the princess’s London trips. The three employees, however, did not address the ex-wife of Prince Charles with particular honorific titles, they merely called her simply “The Boss”. A nickname unexpected and far from the rules of the protocol, which for this very reason had to have a lot of fun Lady Diana.

The night of Lady Diana’s disappearance

When Diana was the victim, at the age of 36, of a car accident under the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris on the night of 31 August 1997, the trusted driver was not driving the car of her companion Dodi Al-Fayed. Colin, but the chauffeur Henri Paul. “It would have been totally different if she had been in London. I had a team of two, we would always be there– said Tebbutt regretfully, who has always rejected the conspiracy theories around his disappearance of the princess. “It was an accident. In my opinion she was enjoying life and working for her life was really good».


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) [summary] => Lady D, princess of hearts, but not only. In addition to the nicknames known to the public, the Princess had a nickname special with which she used to be called by her staff. To reveal the curious background was Colin Tebbutt, the former driver of Princess Diana, who in the Channel 5 documentary Secrets of ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Lady D, princess of hearts, but not only. In addition to the nicknames known to the public, the Princess had a nickname special with which she used to be called by her staff. To reveal the curious background was Colin Tebbutt, the former driver of Princess Diana, who in the Channel 5 documentary Secrets of the Royal Palaces he recounted how he was hired by Spencer and the relationship the staff members had with the queen’s daughter-in-law.

Lady Diana after the divorce

When Lady Diana divorced from Prince Charles in 1995, his main residence became Kensington Palace and from that moment he began to build around himself a team of trusted people that in the last two years of his life they would have worked directly for him. “I was walking through the courtyard of Kensington Palace when suddenly a higher voice said to me: ‘Colin, are you still a rebel?’ I looked up and there was the Princess of Wales», Said Colin Tebbutt, formerly a member of the Victorian Order and former Royal Protection Officer at the time.

At that moment “I thought: ‘The most beautiful woman in the world is talking to me in the courtyard'”. “We had a casual chat, just about what the weather was like, and then all of a sudden, he said, ‘Colin, what are you doing right now?’ He explained to me exactly what he was looking for – a driver – and I said, ‘Well, of course ma’am, we could probably solve the problem.’

Diana was building her own staff from scratch and Colin immediately made himself available to chauffeur her, with the promise that he could continue to work as a freelancer: “So I mumbled a ridiculously low price, to which she replied, ‘Oh wonderful, can you start tomorrow?’. I actually got paid a little more than I asked for», Said the former driver. “I phoned both of my boys and told them we had a new client: the Princess of Wales. I also said that the pay rate was not great, at that moment an amazing response came: ‘We would do it for nothing’».

Thus it was that Colin Tebbutt became the official user for the princess’s London trips. The three employees, however, did not address the ex-wife of Prince Charles with particular honorific titles, they merely called her simply “The Boss”. A nickname unexpected and far from the rules of the protocol, which for this very reason had to have a lot of fun Lady Diana.

The night of Lady Diana’s disappearance

When Diana was the victim, at the age of 36, of a car accident under the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris on the night of 31 August 1997, the trusted driver was not driving the car of her companion Dodi Al-Fayed. Colin, but the chauffeur Henri Paul. “It would have been totally different if she had been in London. I had a team of two, we would always be there– said Tebbutt regretfully, who has always rejected the conspiracy theories around his disappearance of the princess. “It was an accident. In my opinion she was enjoying life and working for her life was really good».


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[date_timestamp] => 1642454804 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Opera of Rome, tomorrow the premiere of ?Ká?a Kabanová? at its absolute debut in the capital [link] => https://firstmediamarketing.com/opera-of-rome-tomorrow-the-premiere-of-kata-kabanova-at-its-absolute-debut-in-the-capital/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 20:09:50 +0000 [category] => ShowsabsolutecapitaldebutKabanováKá?aOperapremiereRometomorrow [guid] => https://firstmediamarketing.com/?p=8156 [description] => Ká?a Kabanová arrives for the first time to Rome. From 18 to 27 January 2022 at the Costanzi Theater, it will be possible to hear and see one of the greatest works of the twentieth century, the masterpiece of which Leo? Janá?ek also signs the libretto, from the drama Grozá (The Hurricane) by Aleksandr Ostrovskij ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Ká?a Kabanová arrives for the first time to Rome. From 18 to 27 January 2022 at the Costanzi Theater, it will be possible to hear and see one of the greatest works of the twentieth century, the masterpiece of which Leo? Janá?ek also signs the libretto, from the drama Grozá (The Hurricane) by Aleksandr Ostrovskij in the Czech translation by Vincenc ?ervinka. The orchestra will be directed by David Robertson who thus makes his debut at the Rome Opera. The title will be presented in a new staging in co-production with the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in London. The show, directed by Richard Jones, won the Olivier Award in 2019 for best new opera production.

?The staging by Ká?a Kabanová – declares director Jones – was conceived with the need to represent the fact that the central character, who is a woman of great vision and great imagination, is tragically placed in a place that is very routine, degraded. It is a world that, in reality, is not very beautiful, but rather a bit primitive ?. Scenes and costumes are by Antony McDonald, the lights by Lucy Carter, the choreographic movements by Sarah Fahie.

Composed between 1919 and 1921, Ká?a Kabanová tells the dream of a pure woman and as passionate as the great Slavic culture can portray. ?I started composing a new opera. – wrote Janá?ek – The protagonist is a woman, with a very mild character, a gust of wind would be enough to carry her away, not to mention the storm that falls upon her ?.

In the three-act opera, staged for the first time ever at the National Theater of Brno in 1921, the social conflicts of an authoritarian world and the inner dramas of the protagonist intersect to lead to the final tragedy. The plot revolves around the figure of Ká?a, a young woman who tries to escape the abuses of her mother-in-law Kabanicha by finding refuge in an extramarital affair with the young Boris, until the sense of guilt for having betrayed her husband Tikhon pushes her to throw herself in. in the Volga River.

?Janá?ek – comments Maestro Robertson – had a conception singular of the opera composition. He came to his vision of musical drama through a long apprenticeship, and Ká?a Kabanová, written at an age when an individual is expected to retire, is a work of exceptional genius: a wonderfully broad color palette with an almost descriptive of each instrument “.

In the main roles return for the occasion Charles Workman (Boris Grigorijevi?), who conquered the public in the Mozart Idomeneo of 2019, Julian Hubbard (Tichon Kabanov) fresh from the recent success as Cassius in the inaugural Julius Caesar, Stephen Richardson (Savël Prokofjevi? Dikoj), who had sung in Billy Budd in 2018, and Corinne Winters who, after her summer debut with the Opera di Roma in Madama Butterfly at the Circus Maximus, now alternates with Laura Wilde (January 27) in the title role. The international cast is completed by Susan Bickley (Marfa Kabanová), Sam Furness (Vá?a Kudrja?), Carolyn Sproule (Varvara), Luká? Zeman (Kuligin). Also on stage were the young stars graduated from the ?Fabbrica? Young Artist Program of the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma: Angela Schisano (Feklu?a) and Sara Rocchi (Gla?a). Master of the Choir Roberto Gabbiani.

After the first performance on Tuesday 18th January (20.00) broadcast live on Rai Radio3 frequencies, Ká?a Kabanová returns to the scene on Friday 21 (18.00), Sunday 23 (16.30), Tuesday 25 (20.00) and Thursday 27 January (20.00).

Ká?a Kabanová spectators will have free admission to the exhibition of photographic portraits by Leo? Janá?ek, curated by the Moravian Museum in collaboration with TIC Brno, set up in the first floor foyer of the Costanzi Theater. In addition to a series of photographs, the facsimiles of the autograph score and the poster of the first absolute performance will be exhibited. (For information: operaroma.it)


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) [summary] => Ká?a Kabanová arrives for the first time to Rome. From 18 to 27 January 2022 at the Costanzi Theater, it will be possible to hear and see one of the greatest works of the twentieth century, the masterpiece of which Leo? Janá?ek also signs the libretto, from the drama Grozá (The Hurricane) by Aleksandr Ostrovskij ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Ká?a Kabanová arrives for the first time to Rome. From 18 to 27 January 2022 at the Costanzi Theater, it will be possible to hear and see one of the greatest works of the twentieth century, the masterpiece of which Leo? Janá?ek also signs the libretto, from the drama Grozá (The Hurricane) by Aleksandr Ostrovskij in the Czech translation by Vincenc ?ervinka. The orchestra will be directed by David Robertson who thus makes his debut at the Rome Opera. The title will be presented in a new staging in co-production with the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in London. The show, directed by Richard Jones, won the Olivier Award in 2019 for best new opera production.

?The staging by Ká?a Kabanová – declares director Jones – was conceived with the need to represent the fact that the central character, who is a woman of great vision and great imagination, is tragically placed in a place that is very routine, degraded. It is a world that, in reality, is not very beautiful, but rather a bit primitive ?. Scenes and costumes are by Antony McDonald, the lights by Lucy Carter, the choreographic movements by Sarah Fahie.

Composed between 1919 and 1921, Ká?a Kabanová tells the dream of a pure woman and as passionate as the great Slavic culture can portray. ?I started composing a new opera. – wrote Janá?ek – The protagonist is a woman, with a very mild character, a gust of wind would be enough to carry her away, not to mention the storm that falls upon her ?.

In the three-act opera, staged for the first time ever at the National Theater of Brno in 1921, the social conflicts of an authoritarian world and the inner dramas of the protagonist intersect to lead to the final tragedy. The plot revolves around the figure of Ká?a, a young woman who tries to escape the abuses of her mother-in-law Kabanicha by finding refuge in an extramarital affair with the young Boris, until the sense of guilt for having betrayed her husband Tikhon pushes her to throw herself in. in the Volga River.

?Janá?ek – comments Maestro Robertson – had a conception singular of the opera composition. He came to his vision of musical drama through a long apprenticeship, and Ká?a Kabanová, written at an age when an individual is expected to retire, is a work of exceptional genius: a wonderfully broad color palette with an almost descriptive of each instrument “.

In the main roles return for the occasion Charles Workman (Boris Grigorijevi?), who conquered the public in the Mozart Idomeneo of 2019, Julian Hubbard (Tichon Kabanov) fresh from the recent success as Cassius in the inaugural Julius Caesar, Stephen Richardson (Savël Prokofjevi? Dikoj), who had sung in Billy Budd in 2018, and Corinne Winters who, after her summer debut with the Opera di Roma in Madama Butterfly at the Circus Maximus, now alternates with Laura Wilde (January 27) in the title role. The international cast is completed by Susan Bickley (Marfa Kabanová), Sam Furness (Vá?a Kudrja?), Carolyn Sproule (Varvara), Luká? Zeman (Kuligin). Also on stage were the young stars graduated from the ?Fabbrica? Young Artist Program of the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma: Angela Schisano (Feklu?a) and Sara Rocchi (Gla?a). Master of the Choir Roberto Gabbiani.

After the first performance on Tuesday 18th January (20.00) broadcast live on Rai Radio3 frequencies, Ká?a Kabanová returns to the scene on Friday 21 (18.00), Sunday 23 (16.30), Tuesday 25 (20.00) and Thursday 27 January (20.00).

Ká?a Kabanová spectators will have free admission to the exhibition of photographic portraits by Leo? Janá?ek, curated by the Moravian Museum in collaboration with TIC Brno, set up in the first floor foyer of the Costanzi Theater. In addition to a series of photographs, the facsimiles of the autograph score and the poster of the first absolute performance will be exhibited. (For information: operaroma.it)


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[date_timestamp] => 1642450190 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => How To Know You?re Watching An A24 Horror Movie [link] => https://firstmediamarketing.com/how-to-know-youre-watching-an-a24-horror-movie/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 16:39:43 +0000 [category] => Movie Production CompaniesA24Horrormoviewatching [guid] => https://firstmediamarketing.com/?p=8150 [description] => A24 films are best known for their slow-burn narratives infused with arthouse aesthetics. What are the defining traits of an A24 horror movie? Here?s how to know you?re watching an A24 horror movie, which has evolved into a genre in and of itself, marked and set apart by distinct qualities. Independent cinema seems to have undergone ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

A24 films are best known for their slow-burn narratives infused with arthouse aesthetics. What are the defining traits of an A24 horror movie?

Here?s how to know you?re watching an A24 horror movie, which has evolved into a genre in and of itself, marked and set apart by distinct qualities. Independent cinema seems to have undergone an upsurge in recent years, with indie horrors such as The Vast of Night and VFW offering a niche palette to audiences. Indie film distributor A24 has established itself as a force to be reckoned with in modern cinema, belting out a string of critically-acclaimed titles such as Moonlight and Uncut Gems. However, it is A24?s horror entries that have made a tangible mark on popular consciousness, with films such as Hereditary and Midsummer reaching cult status, while changing the very face of horror.

SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY

Regardless of cinematic merit, all A24 horror films harbor a sense of uniqueness, be it in the form of atmospheric unease or complex character studies. The term ?post-horror? is applicable to A24 horror in general, with psychological horrors such as The Blackcoat?s Daughter and The Killing of a Sacred Deer relying heavily upon the subtle evocation of dread as opposed to relentless violence or knee-jerk scares. Narrative build-up to the point of palpable anxiety seems to be an A24 staple, supplemented with horrors that emerge from the mundane, and the absolute collapse of traditional safe spaces. A good example of this kind of horror is exemplified in Gaspar Noé?s Climax, which focuses on one hallucinatory night wherein a troupe of young dancers indulges in an all-night celebration that ultimately gives way to LSD-laced violence and a visceral collective meltdown.


RELATED: Every A24 Horror Movie Ranked From Worst To Best

Most A24 horror elicits audience responses that are steeped in a fear of the unknown and the intangible, which often works well in lieu of terrors of a more supernatural origin. While Robert Eggers? The Witch has its roots in witchcraft and other folk horror elements, the true horror of the film stems from the fraught dynamics between the titular characters, with the crumbling and eventual annihilation of the institutions of religion and family. A24 horror is also emblematic of eliciting a sense of repulsion and foreboding, which can be attributed to their intensely atmospheric and slow-burn nature, best exemplified in 2017?s It Comes At Night. Instead of relying solely on discordant sounds and horrifying images, It Comes At Night frightens with what remains unseen, and the anxieties that emerge from sheer inexplicability.



Instead of etching tell-tale images of haunted mansions, eerie alleyways, and disembodied upheaval, A24 horror paints a more thoughtfully fleshed-out, comprehensive picture of the human condition, which is often tinged by understated macabre. Jonathan Glazer?s Under The Skin works well in that strain, as it incorporates strains of sci-fi horror with arthouse aesthetics, with an almost road trip movie narrative structure. However, this literal journey is supplemented with an internal one, with the titular character grappling with existential quandaries that challenge and subvert her actions and core identity. This internal squabble is the seat of true horror, as it raises pertinent questions that mostly seem to unnerve, shattering the sense of security that reality intermittently offers.


Apart from this, A24 horror approaches topics that are often considered taboo, uncomfortable, or jarring, such as the exploration of parental fears in deeply disturbing The Hole in the Ground. Such dysfunctional family narratives grant a special sense of unease to the viewer, as they often function as a source of terror with tangible, real-world mirrorings, leading to either maddening frustration or catharsis throughout the movie-viewing process. This only serves to prove that compelling horror narratives, no matter how uncomfortable or terrifying, hold the ability to engage audiences, despite low-budget productions or under-the-radar performances. While A24 horror has already evolved into a sub-genre in itself, it will be interesting to witness how its future offerings will enhance, subvert, and mutate the genre.


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) [summary] => A24 films are best known for their slow-burn narratives infused with arthouse aesthetics. What are the defining traits of an A24 horror movie? Here?s how to know you?re watching an A24 horror movie, which has evolved into a genre in and of itself, marked and set apart by distinct qualities. Independent cinema seems to have undergone ... Read more [atom_content] =>

A24 films are best known for their slow-burn narratives infused with arthouse aesthetics. What are the defining traits of an A24 horror movie?

Here?s how to know you?re watching an A24 horror movie, which has evolved into a genre in and of itself, marked and set apart by distinct qualities. Independent cinema seems to have undergone an upsurge in recent years, with indie horrors such as The Vast of Night and VFW offering a niche palette to audiences. Indie film distributor A24 has established itself as a force to be reckoned with in modern cinema, belting out a string of critically-acclaimed titles such as Moonlight and Uncut Gems. However, it is A24?s horror entries that have made a tangible mark on popular consciousness, with films such as Hereditary and Midsummer reaching cult status, while changing the very face of horror.

SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY

Regardless of cinematic merit, all A24 horror films harbor a sense of uniqueness, be it in the form of atmospheric unease or complex character studies. The term ?post-horror? is applicable to A24 horror in general, with psychological horrors such as The Blackcoat?s Daughter and The Killing of a Sacred Deer relying heavily upon the subtle evocation of dread as opposed to relentless violence or knee-jerk scares. Narrative build-up to the point of palpable anxiety seems to be an A24 staple, supplemented with horrors that emerge from the mundane, and the absolute collapse of traditional safe spaces. A good example of this kind of horror is exemplified in Gaspar Noé?s Climax, which focuses on one hallucinatory night wherein a troupe of young dancers indulges in an all-night celebration that ultimately gives way to LSD-laced violence and a visceral collective meltdown.


RELATED: Every A24 Horror Movie Ranked From Worst To Best

Most A24 horror elicits audience responses that are steeped in a fear of the unknown and the intangible, which often works well in lieu of terrors of a more supernatural origin. While Robert Eggers? The Witch has its roots in witchcraft and other folk horror elements, the true horror of the film stems from the fraught dynamics between the titular characters, with the crumbling and eventual annihilation of the institutions of religion and family. A24 horror is also emblematic of eliciting a sense of repulsion and foreboding, which can be attributed to their intensely atmospheric and slow-burn nature, best exemplified in 2017?s It Comes At Night. Instead of relying solely on discordant sounds and horrifying images, It Comes At Night frightens with what remains unseen, and the anxieties that emerge from sheer inexplicability.



Instead of etching tell-tale images of haunted mansions, eerie alleyways, and disembodied upheaval, A24 horror paints a more thoughtfully fleshed-out, comprehensive picture of the human condition, which is often tinged by understated macabre. Jonathan Glazer?s Under The Skin works well in that strain, as it incorporates strains of sci-fi horror with arthouse aesthetics, with an almost road trip movie narrative structure. However, this literal journey is supplemented with an internal one, with the titular character grappling with existential quandaries that challenge and subvert her actions and core identity. This internal squabble is the seat of true horror, as it raises pertinent questions that mostly seem to unnerve, shattering the sense of security that reality intermittently offers.


Apart from this, A24 horror approaches topics that are often considered taboo, uncomfortable, or jarring, such as the exploration of parental fears in deeply disturbing The Hole in the Ground. Such dysfunctional family narratives grant a special sense of unease to the viewer, as they often function as a source of terror with tangible, real-world mirrorings, leading to either maddening frustration or catharsis throughout the movie-viewing process. This only serves to prove that compelling horror narratives, no matter how uncomfortable or terrifying, hold the ability to engage audiences, despite low-budget productions or under-the-radar performances. While A24 horror has already evolved into a sub-genre in itself, it will be interesting to witness how its future offerings will enhance, subvert, and mutate the genre.


NEXT: How A24 Horror Movies & Arthouse Horror Became Popular In The 2010s

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To analyse. Mahmoud Abbas watches for a convulsion. A living proof of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process that brought him to power in 2005, and on whose ruins he continues. That hope led the 86-year-old president of the Palestinian Authority (PA) to the home of General Benny Gantz, Israel’s defense minister. Shortly before the New Year, Mr. Abbas drank coffee at his home near Tel Aviv. He exchanged without ceremony with his wife and his son, and walked in his garden.

It should be recalled here that, for Palestinian opinion, Mr. Gantz is a war criminal: he led the last two conflicts in Gaza, in 2014, as army chief, then, as a member of the government, in May 2021. If the “raďs” took the risk of crossing his door, it is not for the few pledges of ” confidence “ which the Israeli side quickly made public. She promised to regularize the situation of thousands of residents of the territories without legal status, under the title of family reunification, and to grant permits to travel to Israel to entrepreneurs and members of the PA.

What Mr. Abbas came for was “a political horizon”, affirmed one of the two collaborators who accompany him everywhere and speak for him, Hussein Al-Sheikh, the very unpopular person in charge of security cooperation with Israel, who attended this interview alongside Majed Faraj, the head of the information. Their visit, he felt, represented a “last chance, before an explosion and we find ourselves at an impasse”.

Neither “guilt” nor “shame”

On this point, the two parties agree. The nearly bankrupt Palestinian Authority, abandoned by the Arab monarchies of the Gulf, obtusely authoritarian, is perceived by its subjects as a simple substitute for the Israeli occupier. The Palestinian question works independently of it, as shown by the explosion of Jerusalem and the mixed cities of Israel in May 2021, during the last war in Gaza. It goes beyond Palestinian institutions, as does the dogma of the two-state solution ? which a majority of Palestinians no longer believe in. Mr. Abbas’ party, Fatah, appears to be brain dead. However, he will renew his senior executives in March. Mr. Abbas must give pledges.

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Israel is well aware of these risks. On January 3, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett recalled that he had approved the invitation to Mr Abbas. From the settler movement, hostile to the creation of a Palestinian state, he sees one ” tool “ to ensure the “stability” of the West Bank. ?Economy and security, nothing political?, such are the imposed parameters of such a dialogue. This framework is known. In his time, Mr. Bennett’s predecessor, Benyamin Netanyahu, intended “managing the conflict” without hoping to solve it. He promised the Palestinians a simple “economic peace”, provided they forget their right to national self-determination.

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) [summary] => To analyse. Mahmoud Abbas watches for a convulsion. A living proof of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process that brought him to power in 2005, and on whose ruins he continues. That hope led the 86-year-old president of the Palestinian Authority (PA) to the home of General Benny Gantz, Israel’s defense minister. Shortly before the New Year, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

To analyse. Mahmoud Abbas watches for a convulsion. A living proof of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process that brought him to power in 2005, and on whose ruins he continues. That hope led the 86-year-old president of the Palestinian Authority (PA) to the home of General Benny Gantz, Israel’s defense minister. Shortly before the New Year, Mr. Abbas drank coffee at his home near Tel Aviv. He exchanged without ceremony with his wife and his son, and walked in his garden.

It should be recalled here that, for Palestinian opinion, Mr. Gantz is a war criminal: he led the last two conflicts in Gaza, in 2014, as army chief, then, as a member of the government, in May 2021. If the “raďs” took the risk of crossing his door, it is not for the few pledges of ” confidence “ which the Israeli side quickly made public. She promised to regularize the situation of thousands of residents of the territories without legal status, under the title of family reunification, and to grant permits to travel to Israel to entrepreneurs and members of the PA.

What Mr. Abbas came for was “a political horizon”, affirmed one of the two collaborators who accompany him everywhere and speak for him, Hussein Al-Sheikh, the very unpopular person in charge of security cooperation with Israel, who attended this interview alongside Majed Faraj, the head of the information. Their visit, he felt, represented a “last chance, before an explosion and we find ourselves at an impasse”.

Neither “guilt” nor “shame”

On this point, the two parties agree. The nearly bankrupt Palestinian Authority, abandoned by the Arab monarchies of the Gulf, obtusely authoritarian, is perceived by its subjects as a simple substitute for the Israeli occupier. The Palestinian question works independently of it, as shown by the explosion of Jerusalem and the mixed cities of Israel in May 2021, during the last war in Gaza. It goes beyond Palestinian institutions, as does the dogma of the two-state solution ? which a majority of Palestinians no longer believe in. Mr. Abbas’ party, Fatah, appears to be brain dead. However, he will renew his senior executives in March. Mr. Abbas must give pledges.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Valérie Zenatti: ?In Israel and Palestine, if young people are not taken seriously, the embers will one day ignite for everyone?

Israel is well aware of these risks. On January 3, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett recalled that he had approved the invitation to Mr Abbas. From the settler movement, hostile to the creation of a Palestinian state, he sees one ” tool “ to ensure the “stability” of the West Bank. ?Economy and security, nothing political?, such are the imposed parameters of such a dialogue. This framework is known. In his time, Mr. Bennett’s predecessor, Benyamin Netanyahu, intended “managing the conflict” without hoping to solve it. He promised the Palestinians a simple “economic peace”, provided they forget their right to national self-determination.

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