One source at the streamer told me they would love to participate, but their films, which include David Fincher’s Mank and Ron Howard’s Hillbilly Elegy, both strong awards contenders, won’t be ready. Logistics in traveling talent is also a bit overwhelming. Netflix right now plans to entirely skip the festival circuit. Of course, there is great uncertainty about other big name films being ready for any fest, and the situation is fluid, to say the least. … [Read more...] about Telluride Film Festival Announces It Will Go On With The Show; Plans Continue To Hold Important Oscar-Precursor Event On Schedule
Philippe added that as regards travel, from June 2 people will be able to journey from their homes to other pars of France with no mileage restriction. There will be a reevaluation on June 15 as to allowing visitors from outside the European Union. Within Europe, the government is “favorable” to opening borders from June 15 with no quarantine. … [Read more...] about France’s Cinemas To Re-Open Beginning June 22; Restaurants, Bars, Beaches From June 2 Amid Coronavirus Ease
“I’m sad that I didn’t two years ago, but I can’t change that,” the Reputation singer proclaims of staying silent in the 2016 election. “I’m saying right now that this is something that I know is right … I need to be on the right side of history.” … [Read more...] about Taylor Swift Vows To Defeat Donald Trump Over Threats To Shoot George Floyd Protesters; “We Will Vote You Out”, Singer Says
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Jyothi, an Ooty-based woman was accused of abducting and killing children, and the investigation team killed her in an encounter, when she tried to escape. The case is reopened after 15 years by 'Petitioner' Pethuraj (K Bhagyaraj) and his daughter Adv. Venba (Jyotika), who claim that Jyothi was falsely accused. Prosecutor Rajarathinam (R Parthiban) creates challenges for Venba in bringing justice to Jyothi. The rest of the plot depicts how the young advocate proves Jyothi's innocence. … [Read more...] about Ponmagal Vandhal Movie Review: Jyotika Shines In This Legal Drama That Hits Hard!