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The Science Of Giving A F*ck

This was supposed to be a post that had graphs and charts and things. I am just going to explain it to you all.

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How Traveling Helps With Humor Writing

By Katie Hiegel a professional writing major at Taylor University

Take a trip to Ireland and you’ll quickly learn a new word, craic (pronounced like the street drug, yes, or that awful noise you can make with your knuckles). 517 more words


Interview in the cinema with Fine Music Radio's Stephen Aspeling

Fine Music Radio’s film expert Stephen Aspeling, known as Spling interviewed Woodwind director Fin Manjoo and cinematographer Nicolas Joray.

The reviewer caught up with our crew at the Cape Town International Film Market and Festival, where… 38 more words

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X-Rays Reveal Ghostly Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots

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X-Rays Reveal Ghostly Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots

By Laura Geggel, Senior Writer | October 31, 2017 07:02am ET

The portrait of Sir John Maitland (left) next to the unfinished painting of Mary, Queen of Scots (right). 625 more words

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The Callsheet & Screen Africa - FIPRESCI critic: Woodwind is SA's best film

Film Professor Martin Botha is the only Southern African member of the International Federation of Film Critics, the organization world renowned to send the most respected critics in world cinema to festivals (FIPRESCI: Fédération Internationale de la Presse Cinématographique). 461 more words

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VIDEO: Leandro Taub on being Bonifaz

Watch Woodwind‘s lead actor Leandro Taub talk about the difference between the character Bonifaz and his own personal life.

The character Bonifaz was written by director Fin Manjoo, who chose the Argentine actor not only for his acting qualities but also for his own experiences in India. 96 more words

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Woodwind Premiere: Like a post modern music concert

The music of Woodwind would normally be categorized as Western Classical or Indian Classical Music, but it was the unique composition of Bonifaz’s music by Stefan Fraunberger that resonated late into the night. 673 more words

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