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I don’t wish to appear as an elitist—and I am more than happy to admit my fondness for heavy metal music, horror movies and very bad TV—but I also can’t deny feeling very anxious at one of the transit areas of the Charles de Gaulle Airport about 24 hours ago, after realising that most of the bookshops at the main airport of one of the world’s indisputable literary centres boast piles of Fifty ...
This week in film: Tommy Lee Jones directs, a tribute to Věra Chytilová, and more. [ more › ]
Niels Arestrup as General Dietrich von Choltitz in DIPLOMACY. A film by Volker Schl√∂ndorff. A Zeitgeist Films release. Photo: J√©r√¥me Probois DIPLOMACY ⋆⋆⋆ out of four stars • Unrated.
Professor of German Studies Krishna Winston discussed Günter Grass’ novel “Too Far Afield,” which she is currently translating, in a lecture titled “The Wallpeckers” on Thursday, Nov. 6. The lecture marked the conclusion of a four-part lecture series sponsored by the German Department and the German Embassy in Washington, D.C. Adjunct Associate Professor of German Studies [...]
Harry Belafonte is among four cinematic veterans honoured at the Governor's Awards, alongside Maureen O'Hara, Hayao Miyazaki and Jean-Claude Carriere.
Remember the lady who hijacked the T.A.R.D.I.S. on Doctor Who? "You've got a time machine and I've got a gun," she said. "What the hell, let's kill Hitler."
Stars come out to pay tribute to recipients of the Academy's Governors Awards for lifetime achievement
Here are 22 things to do in L.A. this weekend (not including AFI Fest). [ more › ]
Harry Belafonte called out Hollywood for its treatment of minorities dating back to the 1915 film “Birth of a Nation,” and urged the movie industry to be a catalyst for positive change on Saturday night when he accepted the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award at the Academy's annual Governors Awards ceremony.
It is really a great achievement of the Nobel award committee that it has created an environment in which criticism of the Nobel prizes is always rubbished and in which controversies are taken just as part and parcel of the scenario of the Nobel awards announcements.
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