Scots Language Awards: Iona Fyfe among winners announced in Dundee ceremony

SCOTTISH celebrities, artists, and speakers gathered in Dundee for the Scots Language Awards on Saturday. The audience attended Broughty Ferry’s Gardyne Theatre for the first time since before lockdown. They were treated to interviews with the winners of 13 awards, and writer, broadcaster and National columnist Alistair Heather hosted the evening. Poet and social media star … Read more

‘Don’t breathe 2’, ‘Maixabel’ and ‘Cry Macho’ stand out among the film premieres of the weekend – Movie News

‘Respect’ and ‘You will not hate’ are other titles that hit theaters. The last weekend of this month of September, and the first of the autumn, the Spanish cinemas receive several novelties that will delight the most cinephiles. The horror sequel Don’t breathe 2 is one of the premieres that you can see on the … Read more

Kevin Conroy, Shakira Clanton among voice cast for Ryan Griffen’s ‘Lustration VR’

As a self-professed “comic book person” and “genre head”, Ryan Griffen is blown away to have the voice of Batman – Kevin Conroy – attached for his upcoming project, Lustration VR. Commissioned by Facebook Reality Lab’s Media Studios for Oculus TV, the 4×6 minute animated virtual series created by Griffen will take audiences to ‘The … Read more

Eva Longoria, Anne Hathaway, Richard Gere Among Stars Urging World Leaders to Give COVID Vaccines to Developing Countries

Eva Longoria, Anne Hathaway, Debbie Allen, Peter Dinklage, Richard Gere, Connie Britton and other Hollywood notables have signed an open letter urging world leaders to make COVID-19 vaccines widely available in developing countries. On Tuesday, humanitarian organization Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE) released the open letter with more than 70 signatures from prominent … Read more

Ethan Hawke, ‘Small Ax’, John Boyega, ‘Master of None’ and ‘In therapy’, among those forgotten by the Emmys

Related news Last December, the critics’ awards in the United States opened a debate: could a television anthology like Small Axe be the best movie of the year? Months later, the Television Academy that celebrates the best of each television harvest with the celebration of the Emmys has given its own opinion. For them, the … Read more

‘Tiempo’ and ‘Jungle Cruise’ stand out among the weekend’s movie premieres – Movie News

The Spanish comedy ‘Where two fit’ and the documentary ‘Arcadeology’ are other titles that you will be able to see in Spanish theaters. What better way to say goodbye to July and welcome August than with a visit to the cinemas? Take note because this week things get interesting, and you can enjoy on the … Read more

Batgirl: Isabela Merced and Zoey Deutch among the candidates to play Barbara Gordon in her film

One of the most anticipated projects at DC Films is the Batgirl movie, that character who has long been talked about but who has not had the opportunity to make the leap to the big screen with a live action incarnation. Through Deadline The film is reported to be in advanced stages of pre-production and … Read more

Access to care varies greatly among patients with malignant pleural mesothelioma

September 14, 2021 3 min read Source/Disclosures Published by: Source: Rodriguez E, et al. Abstract OA13.02. Presented at: International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer World Conference on Lung Cancer (virtual meeting); Sept. 8-14, 2021. Disclosures: Rodriguez reports a consultant/advisory board role with AstraZeneca, as well as speakers bureau roles with OncLive, Research to … Read more

Jeff Goldblum To Host 2021 Environmental Media Association Awards; ‘Ted Lasso’ & ‘Vivo’ Among Nominees

Jeff Goldblum has signed on to host the 2021 Environmental Media Association (EMA) Awards gala, which will celebrate a new slate of television and film titles that address climate change, sustainability and other environmental topics. The EMA Awards Gala will return for an in-person ceremony on Saturday, October 16 at Gearbox LA. EMA has also … Read more

‘Dune’, ‘Last Night In Soho’ & ‘Spencer’ Among Those Movies Not Eligible To Compete For TIFF’s Top Prize, The People’s Choice Award

When a studio is looking to get traction on their awards season contender, there’s no better start at this early point in the fall than the Toronto International Film Festival’s Grolsch People’s Choice Award. The top prize at the Great White North cinema fest has often been a predictor of Oscar’s Best Picture, or notable … Read more