Daily Archive: November 9, 2017

Mocha Uson disputes Poe on Rappler reclassification

Mocha Uson disputes Poe on Rappler reclassification

Mocha Uson disputes Poe on Rappler reclassification

Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson on Thursday night hit back at Senator Grace Poe who said that attempts to “marginalize” Rappler are both “misplaced” and “inconsistent” with the essence of press freedom.

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The future of Asian American theater? East West Players’ new leader charts a course

The future of Asian American theater? East West Players’ new leader charts a course

A woman had vanished — and Snehal Desai needed to help find her. The search for clues led deep inside an old, surreal warehouse filled with eerie spirits.

“Bone-chilling yet mesmerizing,” he says.

Desai, producing artistic director of the East West Players theater company, is describing his recent…

Avicii – Without You (Domastic and Kovan Remix)

Avicii – Without You (Domastic and Kovan Remix)

Avicii – Without You (Domastic and Kovan Remix)

Kovan is an EDM producer and DJ from the Netherlands. His portfolio includes remixes for the likes of Cash Cash, Kygo and Selena Gomez, Ayin and AAfrAA, DHT, and others.

Kovan has joined forces with an upcoming Dutch DJ/producer Domastic to create a stunning rendition Read more…

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‘The Final Year’ captures the closing stretch of Obama’s presidency — and the rise of a new order

‘The Final Year’ captures the closing stretch of Obama’s presidency — and the rise of a new order

In “The Final Year,” filmmaker Greg Barker rides shotgun with the principals of then-President Obama’s foreign policy team as they hopscotch the globe in the waning days of his administration. The director intended to make a campaign film like “The War Room,” which followed Bill Clinton’s rise…

With its real-world messaging, ‘Okja’ and director Bong Joon-ho tap into something special

With its real-world messaging, ‘Okja’ and director Bong Joon-ho tap into something special

Netflix is known for not only keeping the streaming numbers for its programs and original films from the public, but often from the showrunners and movie directors who create the content as well. In theory, you’d think that would mean South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho has little evidence as to…

With its real-world messaging, ‘Okja’ and director Bong Joon-ho tap into something special

With its real-world messaging, ‘Okja’ and director Bong Joon-ho tap into something special

Netflix is known for not only keeping the streaming numbers for its programs and original films from the public, but often from the showrunners and movie directors who create the content as well. In theory, you’d think that would mean South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho has little evidence as to…

With its real-world messaging, ‘Okja’ and director Bong Joon-ho tap into something special

With its real-world messaging, ‘Okja’ and director Bong Joon-ho tap into something special

Netflix is known for not only keeping the streaming numbers for its programs and original films from the public, but often from the showrunners and movie directors who create the content as well. In theory, you’d think that would mean South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho has little evidence as to…

Flash on top of function serves to outfit the cast of ‘Victoria and Abdul’

Flash on top of function serves to outfit the cast of ‘Victoria and Abdul’

Costume designer Consolata Boyle dresses Judi Dench as Queen Victoria – again – who liked to pile on the embellishments.

Flash on top of function serves to outfit the cast of ‘Victoria and Abdul’

Flash on top of function serves to outfit the cast of ‘Victoria and Abdul’

Costume designer Consolata Boyle dresses Judi Dench as Queen Victoria – again – who liked to pile on the embellishments.

Flash on top of function serves to outfit the cast of ‘Victoria and Abdul’

Flash on top of function serves to outfit the cast of ‘Victoria and Abdul’

Costume designer Consolata Boyle dresses Judi Dench as Queen Victoria – again – who liked to pile on the embellishments.

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