EXCLUSIVE: Some of the West End and Broadway’s biggest productions are making their debuts on Indian TV. Zee Theatre has secured agreements to bring The Sound of Music Live! , Hairspray Live! , Peter Pan Live! and Billy Elliot: The Musical to Indian pay-TV channel Tata Play Theatre. The Sound of Music Live! will kick off a month of broadcasts on May 29, with the stage adaptations following over coming weeks. To this point, none of the musicals have aired on Indian TV screens. Shailja Kejriwal, Chief Creative Officer — Special Projects, ZEEL (Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited), said the plays would resonate was “Indian audiences are no stranger to musicals. Our cinema and theatrical traditions thrive on musicality and dance. Musicals are also a huge part of Broadway and West End and we have curated some that will resonate the most with Indian audiences.” She added The Sound of Music , Hairspray Live! , Peter Pan Live! and Billy Elliot: The … [Read more...] about ‘The Sound Of Music Live!’, ‘Billy Elliot: The Musical’ Among Blockbuster Musicals Set For Indian TV Debuts Through Zee Theatre Deal
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For Quick Alerts Subscribe Now கோப்ரா படம் எப்போ ரிலீஸ் ஆகுது தெரியுமா? View Sample For Quick Alerts ALLOW NOTIFICATIONS For Daily Alerts Must Watch முகப்பு திரைவிமர்சனம் Reviews | Updated: Friday, May 20, 2022, 18:31 [IST] Rating: 3.0 /5 நடிகர்கள்: உதயநிதி ஸ்டாலின், தான்யா ரவிச்சந்திரன், சுரேஷ் சக்கரவர்த்தி, ஆரி அர்ஜுனன் இசை: திபு நிணன் தாமஸ் இயக்கம்: அருண்ராஜா காமராஜ் ரேட்டிங்: 3/5 சென்னை: கனா படத்தைத் தொடர்ந்து இயக்குநர் அருண்ராஜா காமராஜ் இயக்கத்தில் உதயநிதி ஸ்டாலின் நடித்திருக்கும் நெஞ்சுக்கு நீதி இன்று வெளியாகி உள்ளது. அமிதாப் பச்சன் நடிப்பில் வெளியான பாலிவுட் படமான பிங்க் படத்தை தமிழில் நடிகர் அஜித் நடிப்பில் நேர்கொண்ட பார்வை என தயாரித்த போனி கபூர் தான் ஆயுஷ்மான் குரானா நடிப்பில் வெளியான ஆர்ட்டிக்கள் 15 படத்தின் ரீமேக்கையும் நெஞ்சுக்கு நீதி என்கிற பெயரில் தயாரித்துள்ளார். ராய் லக்ஷ்மியுடன் குத்தாட்டம் போட்ட லெஜண்ட் அண்ணாச்சி.. … [Read more...] about Nenjuku Needhi Review: ஆர்ட்டிக்கள் 15 படத்திற்கு நீதி செய்ததா நெஞ்சுக்கு நீதி? விமர்சனம் இதோ!
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It took the Empress Elisabeth’s strongest lady’s maid an hour every morning to lace her stays. The Emperor Franz-Joseph’s wife Sisi, as she was fondly known to the subjects of the Austro-Hungarian empire, was famous for the narrowness of her waist, which reputedly measured 19 and a half inches; the slightest weight gain was a matter of seething public interest. It looks very much as if Vicky Krieps , who brings great complexity to her portrait of the empress in Marie Kreutzer ’s Un Certain Regard title Corsage , shares the imperial measurements. Let’s hope that is just a trick of the camera. So much corsetry — or corsage, the word we hear much used in the royal dressing-rooms of 19th-century Vienna — doesn’t leave much room for little things like ribs. Sisi was a Bavarian princess, given a liberal upbringing by her royal but bohemian parents, who married the emperor (Florian Teichtmeister: superbly restrained) when she was 16 and was on the throne for 44 years. … [Read more...] about Cannes Review: Vicky Krieps In ‘Corsage’
Child grooming is a tough subject to tackle, but Belgian director Emmanuelle Nicot takes a sensitive approach in her Critics Week feature Love According To Dalva . The key here is perspective: almost everything is shown from the point of view of a victim who has been taken into care, and who doesn’t realize she has been abused. Watching the truth slowly dawn upon her gives this film real tension, while also providing the possibility of recovery and enlightenment. Dalva (Zelda Samson) is a 12-year-old girl who dresses like a grown woman, wears make up and does not expect to be treated like a child. She’s horrified when she’s taken from her father and into a temporary facility for teenagers with problems. She’s even more dismayed when she learns that her father has been arrested. Slowly, it transpires that Dalva believes that the “love” he has shown her is perfectly normal — she has been hidden from the world and immersed in a relationship that she thought was consensual. … [Read more...] about Cannes Review: Emmanuelle Nicot’s ‘Love According To Dalva’
Mark Jenkin ’s 2019 film Bait had the rare distinction of being a genuine out-of-the-blue discovery, featuring heavily on UK critics’ year-best lists after a modest arthouse release by the BFI. The black-and-white film’s experimental style was emphasized in all its press coverage, nodding to avant-garde auteurs like Stan Brakhage, Derek Jarman and Guy Maddin — all directors who are interested in the literal grain of film and video (indeed, Jenkin reportedly developed the negative with coffee and washing soda then distressed the image by hand). Throw in post-synch sound, and you have a film more likely to screen to two people and a dog at a smoky underground 1960s cine-club than win a BAFTA. For all its formal intricacies, though, Bait had a very traditional narrative, being the story of a Cornish fisherman who sees his village becoming gentrified after selling his house to a couple of rich out-of-towners. Enys Men , Jenkin’s Directors’ Fortnight entry here in … [Read more...] about Cannes Review: Mark Jenkin’s ‘Enys Men’
D’Angelo is cut from a heavier cloth than the majority of his New Jack brethren: He’s a singer/songwriter with a mellifluous, sturdy voice that can coo and growl with equal conviction. He’s no trailblazer — Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson and Prince have all walked down the same musical paths where D’Angelo meanders. Yet he manages to build on the examples of the masters. No matter how delicate or dusty sounding a track may be, D’Angelo flips the script with B-boy savoir-faire: He makes the nasty rhythms bubbling underneath his multilayered love songs seem old and new at the same time. Call him an ndegéocello (Swahili for “free as a bird”), a rebel soul. The title track, “Brown Sugar,” oozes into the ears with dark, gooey, molasses-like texture. Bolstered by the smoky sounds of a tricky old stage organ, D’Angelo sets the mood here for the rest of his album; his highly agile falsetto vocals merge with the gutbucket rhythm mélange. Like lotion applied to dry skin, this sonic … [Read more...] about Brown Sugar
When D’Angelo last visited Oakland in the spring of 2000, he was steaming from the deafening acclaim given to Voodoo , and the impact of his glistening naked torso in the “Untitled (How Does It Feel).” Backed by a troupe that featured drummer Questlove and producer James Poyser, he thrilled a sold-out crowd at the Paramount Theater, but his burgeoning sex symbol status nearly overshadowed a masterful performance. A little over 15 years later, D’Angelo returned to downtown Oakland’s Fox Theater for the first night of his U.S. tour in support of his lionized comeback album, Black Messiah . (Much of the audience arrived late after watching their hometown favorite Golden State Warriors lose a heartbreaker in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, and so they missed an opening set by promising Australian singer-songwriter Meg Mac.) This time, he didn’t strip off his shirt, instead opting for a series of modestly effective costume changes to complement his black T-shirt, pants and boots, like … [Read more...] about D’Angelo Electrifies at Triumphant Second Coming Tour Opener
The Duchess Of York Sarah Ferguson has co-founded a Paris-based production house with Oscar-nominated The Voorman Problem director Mark Gill and The Open’s Cyril Cadars. Vestapol Films also counts financier Gertjan Rooijakkers as co-founder and will focus on the independent development and production of films and TV for international audiences and markets, especially the U.S. and Japan. On the slate already is a TV mini-series expanding on Gill’s The Voorman Problem written by Gill and Cloud Atlas scribe David Mitchell, along with The Paris Quintet, led by Call My Agent! star Fanny Sidney and Ravens – The Many Deaths of Masahisa Fukas e, a surreal biopic about the iconic Japanese photographer. Ferguson, the former wife of now-disgraced Prince Andrew, is known for her charitable work and also produced 2009 Jean-Marc Vallée film Young Victoria. Gill was Oscar nominated for live action short The Voorman Problem starring Martin Freeman and Tom … [Read more...] about Duchess Of York Sarah Ferguson Launches Paris Production House With Mark Gill & Cyril Cadars
Netflix has given buzzy half-hour newcomer Heartstopper , from See-Saw Films, a two-season pickup. Multi-season renewals are rare at the streamer, and the one for Heartstopper is a testament to the coming-of-age romantic comedy-drama checking all the boxes as a Netflix success story. The streamer famously bases its renewal decisions on analyzing shows’ cost vs. performance. Developed and produced out of the U.K., Heartstopper, which Alice Oseman adapted from her graphic novel, has been an OK performer, spending three weeks in Netflix’s weekly global Top 10 rankings of English-language series since its April 22 debut, peaking at No. 5. (It has reached the Netflix Top Ten list in 54 countries.) But the modestly-budgeted British series, featuring young up-and-coming lead cast as well as Olivia Colman as a guest star and Stephe Fry as voiceover, has had a lightning-in-a-bottle outsized cultural impact. It is one of Netflix’s best-reviewed series with 100% on Rotten … [Read more...] about ‘Heartstopper’ Renewed For Seasons 2 & 3 By Netflix