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On WRTI Sunday: The Consolation of Apollo, The Waking Sun

WRTI broadcasts The Crossing’s recent premiere of The Consolation of Apollo on Sunday, November 23rd at 3 pm, with David Lang’s The Little Match Girl Passion. 198 more words

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The Crossing 18: Caution

Another of Al Forbes’ Sunday Photo Fiction prompts inspiring the next installment in the life of Kip as told in the serial The Crossing

Even months after escaping the grip of the System and finding freedom I cannot quite get used to being able speak freely and without fear. 344 more words

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The Consolation of Apollo on WWFM

WWFM’s Noon Concert, Friday, Nov 14th, hosted by David Osenberg and Sebastian Currier, is a broadcast of The Crossing, Donald Nally, director, from the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton at Wolfensohn Hall. 111 more words

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Interview: Ilenkus

Ilenkus are a metalcore band from Galway, Ireland. The band, who are currently celebrating the release of their new LP, The Crossing, are set to end 2014 with a bang and I was recently able to discuss with them everything from their most recent tour to how… 115 more words


John Woo's 'The Crossing' Set For IMAX Release (EXCLUSIVE)

John Woo’s 1945-1949-set epic “The Crossing” will be served up in IMAX format – but only in limited territories.

The big budget film, which stars Zhang Ziyi, Takeshi Kaneshiro and Song Hye-kyo at the head of an ensemble pan-Asian cast, is the story of people’s lives ripped apart by the revolutionary period at the establishment of the People’s Republic of China. 159 more words


Colossians 3:12

Last Sunday, I spent most of the day at the church that I attend in Columbia, Missouri, called The Crossing.

I’m sure that all of the churches that my mother took us to when we were younger all did great community service acts, but I haven’t been able to appreciate or understand fully what churches do for the community until recently. 763 more words

John Woo's 'The Crossing': Hot Trailer For Epic Dubbed China's 'Titanic'

After last helming 2009’s Red Cliff II, veteran director John Woo returns to the big screen in December with The Crossing. A passion project for Woo who came to Cannes in May to talk up the Beijing Galloping Horse production, it’s been dubbed by local media as the Chinese… 128 more words