• Die seltsame Abwesenheit des Smartphones in den Stories modernen Filmschaffens: Hanging on the Telephone: Contemporary cinema struggles to represent how deeply phones have restructured everyday life.
• IDW to Publish the Mueller Report as a Graphic Novel
See Trump berate his Attorney General. Watch a petulant Commander-in-Chief lob insults at the White House counsel. Witness the “witch hunt” as it happened, cataloged as only the top lawman in the country could!
This staggering laundry list of questionable contacts, misleading statements, unreported engagements, and possible coordination — enough to stun any student of the U.S. Constitution — is laid bare with a cold, satirical edge.
You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You may Tweet in anger. But most importantly, you will be reading the report for yourself!
• „24 major Hollywood figures peer into the future [of cinema], including: Ava DuVernay (on audiences), Jason Blum (on producing), Octavia Spencer (on acting), Kumail Nanjiani (on comedy), Lena Waithe (on black filmmakers), J.J. Abrams (on blockbusters), Jon M. Chu (on diversity), Jessica Chastain (on dramas), Elizabeth Banks (on female filmmakers), Barry Jenkins (on the Oscars) and Joe and Anthony Russo (on two-hour narratives).“
• Quentin Tarantino, Brad Pitt, and Leonardo DiCaprio Take You Inside ‘Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood’
• „Let us open 100 tabs of pure madness to fool trackers into thinking you’re someone else.“
• Giant Squid Reappears on Video, This Time in U.S. Waters
• Stonehenge live: Summer solstice marks launch of live feed from camera close to the stones.
• On the Hunt for the World’s Rarest Pasta: Delicate and impossible to replicate, su filindeu (or the “threads of God”) is a pasta made of hundreds of tiny strands by a single woman in a hillside town in Sardinia. She’ll make it for you too—if you’re willing to walk 20 miles overnight
• Aufbruch im Nahen Osten – Vom Verschwinden des Kopftuchs: In atemberaubendem Tempo verschwinden im Nordirak die Kopftücher. Frauen erobern sich unaufhaltsam den öffentlichen Raum. Sie haben genug von Moralwächtern und Tugendterror.
• Unbuilt Tokyo: ‘depthscrapers’ and a million-person pyramid: Had the creators of the underground skyscraper had their way, the Japanese capital might have looked very different indeed
• With Rauschen Im Tal – Die Doku filmmakers Roman Schlaack und Denis Wrobel are telling the story about the history of electronic music scene in Dresden from the early 90thies to the early 2010`s. They take you to the old places, where everything started and you or your parents maybe had their first rave.
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