Month: May 2022

This week, 19 children and 2 teachers — all primarily Latine — were killed. Less than two weeks ago, 10 Black people — all primarily older individuals — were killed. Books did not kill them. Guns killed them. Immediately after this week’s preventable tragedy, the various Moms For Liberty and similar groups posted a requisite
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Contestants on this year’s Love Island will take part in inclusion training and hear from former Islanders before appearing on the show as producer, ITV Studios’ Lifted Entertainment, boosts its duty of care protocols for season eight. Ahead of the series, which launches shortly on ITV 2, the Islanders will be offered video training and guidance covering
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Oscar-winning writer-director Michel Hazanavicius opted to pull his comedy Final Cut from its opening night slot at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year when Covid forced the event to go virtual. Ultimately, the movie opened the Cannes Film Festival. Speaking to Deadline on the Riviera, Hazanavicius said of Final Cut, “It’s a film that
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Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) speaks at a press conference on immigration on Capitol Hill on November 18, 2021 in Washington, DC. Anna Moneymaker | Getty Images Texas Democratic Rep. Joaquin Castro on Thursday asked the FBI to investigate the timeline of the Uvalde elementary school massacre and the police response to it as controversy grew
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Belgium’s Lukas Dhont takes a deserved step up to the Cannes Film Festival competition with Close, only his second film — a minimalist melodrama that shows a definite growth in visual style but may be confronting to some with its deliberately unhurried, Eric Rohmer-esque aesthetic. The international success of Dhont’s well-intentioned debut Girl, about a
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One of the spring’s hottest Off Broadway tickets will make the move to Broadway this summer: The acclaimed, sold-out Encores! production of the James Lapine-Stephen Sondheim classic Into The Wood will transfer to Broadway’s St. James Theatre on June 28 for a strictly limited eight-week engagement. Making the move from New York City Center to
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