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Turner, Sebastian Ortega, Bruno Stagnaro Team For ‘Un Gallo Para Esculapio’

BUENOS AIRES — Time Warner’s TNT is teaming in Argentina with Sebastian Ortega and Pablo Cullel’s Buenos Aires-based Underground Producciones to co-produce and air adventure thriller “Un Gallo Para Esculapio.” A shorter format 10-episode TV series, “Un Gallo” reps the return to TV direction of Bruno Stagnaro and the latest show from Underground, a driving force of upscale TV fiction in Argentina which leapt to international prominence after the Sebastian Ortega show-run “El Marginal” won top prize at Paris’ Series Mania this year and was picked up by Netflix, airing from October. 511 more words

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Brno Christmas Market - Food, Festivities and Fun

Something Old, Something New 

Regular visitors to this blog will know that I’ve had an article about the Brno Christmas market for a few years now. 1,808 more words

Cuba’s Patricia Ramos on Rooftop Dreams and Aimless Youth

Patricia Ramos grew up in a Havana neighborhood where she observed a host of people going on about their lives on the rooftops, almost akin to an alternate city. 295 more words

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SGIFF: 'White Sun,' 'Live from Dhaka' Share Silver Screen Awards

Nepalese drama “White Sun” was named the top Asian feature film at the Silver Screen Awards, which concluded the 27th edition of the Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF.) 273 more words

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Ventana Sur: Argentina's Magma Cine Boards Jorge Navas' Musical Action Movie 'Buenaventura Mon Amour' (EXCLUSIVE)

Buenos Aires’ Magma Cine, a pioneering company on the pan-Latin American co-production scene, has boarded Jorge Navas’ musical action movie “Buenaventura Mon Amour,” adding further muscle to one of the highest-profile titles from Colombia hitting markets and festivals next year. 418 more words

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Poppy Seed Festival Presents F.

Making text about sex

By Myron My

It’s probably rarer now for parents to need to sit down and speak to their children about the birds and the bees… 463 more words

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