Month: April 2021

Ministers are urgently seeking advice on how they might prevent top English football clubs joining the new European Super League, sources have confirmed. The possible rupture has provoked condemnation from across the political spectrum, with both Sir Keir Starmer and Boris Johnson accusing the participating clubs of letting down fans. It is understood government efforts
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The American Society of Cinematographers is announcing its winners today for the 35th Annual ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards this afternoon in the feature film, documentary and television cinematography categories.They represent the organization’s picks for the most compelling visual filmmaking over the past 14 months. The Society is bestowing the ASC Board of Governors Award to
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News SXSW Stake Sold to Rolling Stone and Billboard Publisher A co-founder of the Austin festival called Penske Media Corporation’s 50% ownership a “lifeline” By Evan Minsker April 18, 2021 Facebook Twitter SXSW 2020 banner in Austin, Texas (SUZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP via Getty Images) Facebook Twitter Penske Media Corporation—the publisher behind Rolling Stone, Billboard, and Variety—is
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In ET’s exclusive clip, June ‘Mama June’ Shannon’s daughter, Pumpkin, sits down with June’s boyfriend to have an emotional conversation about their past drug use. Geno recalls doing $50,000 worth of cocaine with June over the course of a few days. He explains that while the couple knew it was wrong, the drugs ultimately ‘clouded’
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David Cameron did not do anything wrong when lobbying for Greensill Capital and “meticulously observed the rules”, the environment secretary has told Sky News. George Eustice also said current rules on lobbying are “pretty good”. Asked about the former prime minister’s conduct, Mr Eustice said: “Has he done anything wrong? Well, on the face of
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James Newton Howard is no stranger to the Western. He composed the scores for Wyatt Earp and Hidalgo, but the music for News of the World required a different touch. “This may be a big Western, with big characters and landscapes,” Newton Howard says, “but it’s a much more introspective movie.” The story follows Captain
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News Secretly Canadian Announces 25th Anniversary Campaign, Shares New Songs: Listen Stella Donnelly and Porridge Radio begin the campaign, which benefits an organization relieving homelessness in Bloomington By Allison Hussey April 16, 2021 Facebook Twitter Graphic courtesy of Secretly Canadian Facebook Twitter Secretly Canadian has announced a forthcoming slate of releases and a fundraising campaign
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