Golden age

Tilda Swinton joins Michael Fassbender in new David Fincher film

Tilda Swinton has joined Michael Fassbender in the cast of David Fincher’s new film, The killer. Fassbender has already been confirmed to star in the project, the sequel to Fincher’s latest film, the Oscar-nominated look at Hollywood history. man, with Gary Oldman and Amanda Seyfried. Filming for the feature film – which will be released on Netflix – was due ...

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Why Hamaguchi Ryusuke has an appeal that extends beyond Asia

The Japanese film industry has produced dozens of directors who, over the decades, have been hailed by Japanese critics as masters but never achieved prominence abroad. Kurosawa Akira and Ozu Yasujiro have already been regularly cited by foreign filmmakers visiting Japan; the famous Naruse Mikio and Kinoshita Keisuke, much less often. A similar situation has long prevailed with so-called “4K” ...

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Richmond Public Library: Learning to Love Our Fall Years

“Grow old with me! The best remains to be, the last in life, for which the first was made… ” Robert browning The official start of fall, also known as the fall equinox, took place on September 22. This kicked off what many people consider to be a generally pleasant time of year. There is a lot to love about ...

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Mailbox: Were the 90s the golden age of football?

Was the 90s the golden age of football? Or is that only the case if you were a kid in the 90s? We also have emails on Arteta, Solskjaer and the strikers who have become managers. Send your comments to theeditor@football365.com The golden age of footballThanks to Johnny Nic for making me relive some of the old days, and thanks ...

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Céline Boutier, the golden age continues

First the triumph at the Solheim Cup, then the feat at the French Open. Now the feat has come to Galloway, New Jersey, at the ShopRite Classic where, with a big comeback in the last lap (where he climbed from tenth position) and a total of 199 (66 70 63, -14) strokes , he won the second career title on ...

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Remembering Rembrandt, the Dutch artist who created more than 80 self-portraits – Edexlive

It’s October 4 | (Photo: Edexlive) The pride and joy of Dutch history Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, or simply Rembrandt, is an artist who transformed the world with his more impasto technique, he is also known to have created the highest number of self-portraits, over 80 to 100 of them. But his prowess extended to biblical, historical paintings, landscapes and ...

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Chesterfield Diamond Anniversary Couple Celebrate 60 Years of Marital Bliss

Margaret and Gordon Smith, of Brimington, celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary on September 30 Margaret and Gordon Smith, of Brimington, now 83, were married at the Chesterfield Registry Office on September 30, 1961. The couple met in their early twenties when Margaret, originally from Scotland, found a job in the butcher’s department at the West Bars Co-op store and Gordon ...

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Designer of the day: Richard Brendon – SURFACE

Here we ask designers to take a selfie and give us a glimpse into their lives. Age: 34 Occupation: Designer and founder of Richard brendon. Instagram: @richardbrendonstudio Hometown: London. Workshop location: London. Describe what you do: Tableware using traditional artisan methods but with contemporary shapes and designs. The most important thing you have ever designed: My first collection, Reflect. If ...

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Friends and colleagues remember Professor Jules Chametzky from UMass

AMHERST – He was, by all accounts, a leading literary scholar, writer and publisher, an expert on American Jewish and ethnic literatures. He was also one of the founders of The Massachusetts Review, the Five College literary journal which recently won the Whiting Literary Magazine Prize 2021, a $ 60,000 prize for “finely written and imaginative stories from around the ...

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