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The Cannes Lineup's Five Signs Pointing to Change

The Cannes Film Festival takes pride in being a festival marinated in tradition. That’s why its poster, each year, is an offbeat glamour shot of some ’50s/’60s movie star, often European (this year it’s Claudia Cardinale), whose iconic image calls up The World That Once Was. 730 more words

Columns

Bright Star (UK/Australia/France, 2009)

Directed by: Jane Campion. I checked this out almost solely because I wanted to get my Jane Campion up after being reminded of her awesomeness by the… 331 more words

Top of the Lake - screening and Q&A

Elisabeth Moss and Gwendoline Christie will attend a special preview of drama Top of the Lake at the BFI Southbank in May. 115 more words

TV

In the Cut, 2003

An independent literary professor responds to the sexual advances made by a cop investigating a series of gruesome murders that have occurred in her Manhattan neighbourhood. 41 more words

Research

London's Barbican Cinema to host a season of films selected by Londoners

A brand new short season of films uniquely chosen by Londoners will take place at the Barbican Cinema in London, United Kingdom, on April 6-13. 175 more words

News

Oscars In Memoriam Gaffe Could Have Been 'Easily' Prevented, Says Janet Patterson's Rep

Many would agree that this year’s Academy Awards ceremony featured more drama than a number of the films up for Oscars.

But the shocking mix-up that initially gave the best picture award to “La La Land” instead of “Moonlight” overshadowed an earlier embarrassing gaffe when the Academy ran the wrong photo during its In Memoriam tribute to the late costume designer and Academy member Janet Patterson — a mistake that, it turns out, could have easily been prevented. 492 more words

Production

Starring: Poetry and HSC Samples

Week 6

What did I do?

Read, Analysed and Discussed Keat’s Poem: Bright Star

One thing that stood out to me was the mention of “moving waters at their priestlike task of pure ablution round earth’s human shores,” The idea of priestlike waters, while irrelevently similar to Coleridge’s  301 more words

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