Festival

Star Wars Celebration 2022 Moves Up Its Dates From August To May

Star Wars Celebration is returning, slightly earlier than expected. While we’ll still have to wait a whole year for the Star Wars fan festival to return to Anaheim, California, Star Wars Celebration 2022 has moved up its dates, from August...
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Festival First Timers: Almost Monday Joins The What Podcast

Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google&nb sp;| Radio Public | RSSThis week on The What Podcast, Brad and Barry visit with Cole, Dawson, and Luke of Almost Monday, who will make their Bonnaroo debut this...
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Desert Daze Returning As Fall Concert Series At Pappy & Harriet’s

Desert Daze — the psych-heavy festival that’s set up camp around Joshua Tree in California for the past decade — didn’t have a 2020 edition like most festivals, and they won’t have a proper 2021 one either. The...

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Glastonbury Announces Schedule For Live At Worthy Farm Livestream

Glastonbury is holding a Live at Worthy Farm Livestream event this year in lieu of an in-person festival, and today the event’s organizers detailed the schedule. Additionally, several special have been added to the fold alongside...

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Pearl Jam, Kings Of Leon, My Morning Jacket & Maggie Rogers To Play Eddie Vedder’s Ohana...

Ohana Festival, the annual event founded by Eddie Vedder, will return to Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, California, from September 24th-26th, 2021.Naturally, Vedder himself will serve as a headliner for two of the three nights, delivering a solo...

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U.s. Trailer For François Ozon’s Summer Of 85 Brings Romance And Mystery

A selection at Cannes Film Festival and TIFF last year, François Ozon’s tragic romance Summer of 85 will now arrive in U.S. theaters perfectly timed with the summer season. Starring Félix Lefebvre and Benjamin Voisin as lovers in Normandy,...
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Column: Devin Nunes' Festival Of Freedom? It's More Like A Carnival Of Republican Grievances

A gathering of Trump-loving Republicans in Tulare is a celebration of old gripes and new denial about the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

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Lizzo, Roddy Ricch, Megan Thee Stallion & More To Perform At Firefly Festival 2021

The official lineup has been announced for the 2021 Firefly Festival, set to take place later this year. Source: CBS Photo Archive / Getty Billie Eilish, The Killers, Tame Impala, and Lizzo have been tapped to headline the festival, which goes...
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40th Mspiff Returns As A Hybrid, With 180+ Films, Outdoor Screenings And A Tribute To Founder Al...

On Thursday, May 13, the 35W Bridge in Minneapolis, Allianz Field in St. Paul and the crown of Capella Tower in downtown Minneapolis will be bathed in pink and orange lights. These were the theme colors of the first Minneapolis Film Festival in...

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Ifc Midnight Picks Up Horror Movie ‘we Need To Do Something’ Ahead Of Tribeca Premiere

EXCLUSIVE:  IFC Midnight has taken North American rights to Sean King O’Grady’s debut genre feature We Need to Do Something ahead of the pic’s Tribeca Film Festival world premiere in the Midnight Section. A theatrical and PVOD...
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Blue Note Jazz Fest 2021 Lineup: Digable Planets, George Clinton, Robert Glasper, More

NYC's Blue Note Jazz Club is reopening this summer and are doing so with the 2021 Blue Note Jazz Festival that from June 15 - August 15... Continue reading…

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Us Hails Afghan Eid Cease-fire, Suspects Is Behind School Bombing

The United States on Monday welcomed the Taliban’s declaration of a nationwide cease-fire in Afghanistan over this week’s Eid-al-Fitr festival, reiterating Washington’s call for the Islamist insurgency and Afghan leaders to negotiate an end to...

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Robert Townsend Awarded ‘oscar Micheaux Trailblazer Of Excellence’ Award At The Micheaux Film...

After a week-long of film screenings, The Micheaux Film Festival ended with a bang and honored a legendary filmmaker, actor, director, comedian, and writer. Robert Townsend was honored during a primetime ceremony that he attended alongside his...
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“those Years Of Ecological Collapse And Pandemics”: Visions Du Réel 2021

Last April, the opportunity to scope out Visions du Réel—a festival I’d never had the budget to attend in-person—came as a novel, welcome distraction. A year later, NYC’s weather is increasingly tolerable and the CDC says I’m ready to...

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India: Muslim-dominated Village Bans Hindu Religious Celebrations As ‘sin,’ High Court Steps In

The celebration of a three-day-long Hindu religious festival came to a halt after Muslim groups raised severe objections to the celebration, calling it a sin. The incident took place in a Muslim-dominated locality in Perambalur district in the...
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Slowthai Announces His Own Music Festival, Happyland

The rabble-rousing UK rapper slowthai is launching his own music festival in his native Northampton. It’s called Happyland, and it’s going down Spet. 25 at County Cricket Club. The festival’s maybe serious, maybe sarcastic tagline...

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Bob Iger & Henry Louis Gates Jr. To Receive Pen America Honors; Live Gala Set For October In Nyc

EXCLUSIVE: Outgoing Disney executive chairman Bob Iger and historian Henry Louis Gates Jr. are set to receive top honors from PEN America in person this fall at NYC’s American Museum of Natural History, perhaps. Hoping for the coronavirus pandemic...
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Tribeca Talks In-person And Virtual Sessions To Feature Amy Schumer, Guillermo Del Toro, Bradley...

The Tribeca Festival’s lineup of talks and reunion screenings will blend in-person and virtual events, with Amy Schumer, Guillermo del Toro and Bradley Cooper among those on the bill. Reunion screenings, an increasingly popular draw at the...

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Red Hot Riding Hood

(Scott Johnson) Tuning in to the TCM film festival over the weekend I happened on to two documentaries about the cartoonist Tex Avery. I hadn’t heard his name before, but we are all familiar one way or another with some of his classic work. ...
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Berlinale Summer Special To Take Place As An Outdoor Event In June, Venues Revealed

The Berlin Film Festival has confirmed that it will hold its Berlinale Summer Special (June 9-20, 2021) program as an outdoor event across 16 venues.  The falling Covid rate in the country and positive noises from government officials have renewed...

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