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BYDGOSZCZ, Poland — Russian masterpiece “Leviathan” won the Golden Frog, the top prize at Camerimage, a film festival devoted to the art of cinematography.
The dark satire about corruption in Russia, which won the award for screenplay at Cannes and reps Russia in the Oscar race, was photographed by Mikhail Krichman and directed by Andrei Zvyagintsev. 490 more words
Following up on recent globalization-oriented posts, I figured I should post some K-pop, a guilty pleasure of mine. Hyun-A put out this video for her “Red,” pulling elements of rave/electronica, pop dance, a couple bursts of rap, and enough twerking to satisfy the eyes. 69 more words
Who can forget Pitch Perfect, the movie that introduced the cup as a percussion instrument and brought a cappella to popular culture? I absolutely LOVED this movie. 278 more words
Deciding to join Jeunesse for a lucrative opportunity?Creating a freedom lifestyle through leveraging a home based business has picked up in popularity as people are starting to realize the truth behind corporate America. 134 more words
China’s “Blind Massage” was the surprise winner at the 51st Golden Horse Awards, the Taiwan-based competition open to all Chinese-language films.
The Lou Ye-directed film won six in six of the seven categories for which it was nominated, including the best feature prize. 232 more words