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Tory morale has collapsed – again

Anyone who tells you that they can predict the outcome of the next general election is either lying or swivel-eyed. But one thing is certain: Conservative morale has collapsed. Again. Chris Kelly is a man of such ambition that at university he and his friend Justin Tomlinson bet £100 that one of them would be [...]

New Zealand: Time for a Small Country on the UN Security Council

I believe that few people could name more than five members of the UN Security Council. The U.S., Russia and China certainly. Think hard and you would probably add in the United Kingdom and -- maybe -- France, as the countries who hold...Show More Summary

‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Update: What Happened Between Chris Bukowski And Elise Mosca?

Fans of Bachelor in Paradise watched as Chris Bukowski and Elise Mosca left episode 3 together. Everybody was anxious to hear if they were still together, as they certainly seemed open to giving a relationship a try as they left. Unfortunately Reality Steve’s spoilers had already indicated they had split, and now Bukowski is sharing

SketchFactor, The Racist App, Tells White People To Avoid Sketchy Areas

Whether we’d like to admit it, or not, racism is still alive and well. Whether it is coerced through an innocent joke, uncomfortable feelings around another race, or avoiding a certain area of town, racism is there -even if it is unintentional. A new phone application, SketchFactor, is taking racism to a new level by

UN Official, No Stranger to Conflict, Breaks Down Over 'Appalling' Gaza Crisis

As spokesman for the the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, Chris Gunness has certainly seen his share of tragedy in the past few weeks in Gaza. Hamas, a fundamentalist Islamic organization that operates in the Palestinian territories,...Show More Summary

5 NBA Teams That Would Be Ideal Trade Partners for Phoenix Suns

Whether the Phoenix Suns are preparing to pull the trigger on a blockbuster trade or deliver a less groundbreaking deal to tweak the roster, general manager Ryan McDonough certainly appears poised to do something. “I think it’s unlikely we bring in three rookies to the Suns next year,” the GM said, per Dave Dulberg of Show More Summary

Norte, the End of History

The arrival of Lav Diaz's "Norte, The End of History" marks the end of a journey that began at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, where it was the hit of the Un Certain Regard sidebar, and continued on through the international circuit, where it was routinely described as a masterpiece of staggering proportions by those who saw it. Show More Summary

UN condemns ISIL executions in Iraq

UN rights chief says ISIL has "almost certainly" committed war crimes in Iraq after pictures released of executions.

(UN) Official Magic Kingdom Toebeans!

This Toesday, we’re goin’ to the Happiest Place On Earth™! Well, sorta. “My adorable kitten, Gigi, has images of a Certain Famous Mouse on her toe pads,” reports Sophia G. Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Toesday

Research details how developing neurons sense a chemical cue

Symmetry is an inherent part of development. As an embryo, an organism's brain and spinal cord, like the rest of its body, organize themselves into left and right halves as they grow. But a certain set of nerve cells do something unusual: they cross from one side to the other. Show More Summary

Magnolia Pictures Takes Ruben Ostlund's Force Majeure

4 months agoFilm / New Releases : Coming Soon

The Wagner/Cuban Company?s Magnolia Pictures announced today that they have acquired US rights to director Ruben Östlund's Force Majeure, after its Un Certain Regard premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.

Magnolia Bringing Un Certain Regard Jury Prize Winner ‘Force Majeure’ To U.S.

The film premiered on the Croisette this month, winning the Jury Prize in the Un Certain Regard sidebar. Magnolia Pictures has grabbed U.S. rights to Ruben Östlund’s tragicomedy Force Majuere (Turist), which follows a Swedish family’s Alpine ski vacation that goes very wrong. Show More Summary

Sony Pictures Classics Acquires The Salt of the Earth

4 months agoFilm / New Releases : Coming Soon

Sony Pictures Classics announced today that they have acquired all US rights to Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado?s The Salt of the Earth. The film was in the Un Certain Regard section of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Special Prize Award.

Cannes: Sony Pictures Classics Acquires ‘Salt Of The Earth; Distrib’s 8th Fest Film

EXCLUSIVE: Sony Pictures Classics just completed a U.S. rights deal for Salt of the Earth, re-teaming them with Le Pacte, with whom SPC last partnered on The Patience Stone. The film played in the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes Film Festival, where it earned the Un Certain Regard Special Jury Honor. Show More Summary

Cannes: Critics' Week winner "The Tribe" and Un Certain Regard winner "White God," plus the 20th anniversary of "Pulp Fiction"

CANNES, FRANCE—Seeing "Pulp Fiction" at the festival's cinema on the beach only highlighted the lack of obvious classics at this year's edition. Quentin Tarantino's 1994 Palme d'Or winner celebrated its 20th anniversary tonight, and it's hard not to wonder if any of the movies shown this year will have that kind of enduring impact. Show More Summary

All the Things Ryan Gosling Borrows From Ryan Gosling Movies in His Directorial Debut

4 months agoEntertainment : BuzzSugar

Ryan Gosling aimed high with Lost River. The actor's first attempt at directing opened at Cannes on Tuesday and is in competition for one of the festival's top prizes, the Un Certain Regard. Unfortunately, his freshman effort - in which he doesn't appear on screen - is getting slammed by critics in the wake of its debut. Show More Summary

Cannes: Un Certain Regard Gives Top Prize To ‘White God’; Winners Include ‘Turist’, Wenders’ ‘Salt Of The Earth’ & More

The prizes are starting to come fast and furious here in Cannes. The Un Certain Regard jury has just given its top prize to Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó’s White God, a buzzed about cautionary tale that features a gang of stray dogs who seize an opportunity to escape from a pound and revolt against mankind. Show More Summary

Cannes: Ryan Gosling Faces A Critical Firing Squad After Directing Debut; Steve Carell Talks Oscar

There was such interest in the first screening Tuesday afternoon for Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut, Lost River,  in the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes Film Festival that people began lining up much earlier than usual andShow More Summary

Cannes: Jessica Hausner's 'Amour Fou Sells for Germany, Sweden

The period film focusing on the life of German romantic poet Henrich von Kleist debuts in Cannes Un Certain Regard section on Friday. read more

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