Monthly Archives: May 2020

DRAMA Festival Testimonial – May 25 2020

Shift.ms . Amazing the audience feedback video is such a great idea – thanks guys!! Submit to the Drama Festival via FilmFreeway:

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Past conversations with my cat – 65 — Thrills, Spills, and just a dash of Romance

This is Chester. We both agree that summer has come early. But that’s about all we can agree on. I’m going to start calling him a cranky cat. For the last week or so the temperature has been hovering in … Continue reading

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Quote: Carl Sagan — Rethinking Life

The dangers of not thinking clearly are much greater now than ever before. It’s not that there’s something new in our way of thinking – it’s that credulous and confused thinking can be much more lethal in ways it was … Continue reading

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‘The Trip to Greece’ is a Charming Final Return to a Much-Loved Format — Screen Queens

It has been ten years since the first instalment of Michael Winterbottom’s The Trip debuted, following slightly-fictionalised versions of Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon on a restaurant tour of Northern England. Largely fictional but with improvised conversations about their real … Continue reading

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On Where DC’s Stargirl Sparkles — Otaku no Culture

By Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest) DC’s Stargirl has the golly gee feel of classic Americana, and I can’t wait to see the mecha S.T.R.I.P.E. in action! In this latest live action superhero treatment, high school student Courtney Whitmore (Brec … Continue reading

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Documentary Review – Banking on Africa: The Bitcoin Revolution — The Indian Perspective

A new crypto documentary promises to tell the story of how cryptocurrency can affect social change across the African continent. via Cointelegraph.com News https://ift.tt/2AYJLQ9 via Documentary Review – Banking on Africa: The Bitcoin Revolution — The Indian Perspective

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SHORT STORY Reading: My Curveball Slayer, by Tahnee Langshaw — Novel Writing Festival

A story about a young famous singer who discovers her reason for being here through the death of her mother. Performed by Allison Kampf via SHORT STORY Reading: My Curveball Slayer, by Tahnee Langshaw — Novel Writing Festival

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