[ad_1] ‘Utth dard-mandaan dey dardiyaa tak apna Punjab. Beyley laashaan vichhiyaan, teh lahoo da bharya Chenab ‘(Arise! O’ narrator of mourning; arise! Look at your Punjab today, the fields are carpeted with corpses, and blood fills the Chenab). These lines from Indian poet and novelist Amrita Pritam Ajj Akhan WarisRead More →

[ad_1] By current San Antonio staff Many artists and writers have made their home in the King William neighborhood of San Antonio over the past 100 years. Among them was playwright, screenwriter and novelist Josefina Niggli, who was born in Mexico to American parents. Niggli shared his childhood and youngRead More →

[ad_1] On September 30, 2021, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled on a highly anticipated copyright reversion case involving the slasher franchise, Friday 13. This case concerns the copyright reversion application filed by Victor Miller, the screenwriter of Friday the 13th, asking for the reversionRead More →

[ad_1] Just like Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm’s eyes are everywhere, and there are snipers ready to take down anyone who reveals “Star Wars” secrets. We knew Krysty Wilson-Cairns wouldn’t be able to tell us anything specific about what she’s writing for Taika Waititi. Just bringing up the subject made her nervous.Read More →

[ad_1] “I had been blown away,” Oscar winner James Ivory said of LaBeouf’s audition with Timothée Chalamet. “Call Me By Your Name” screenwriter James Ivory has called out Luca Guadagnino in the past for removing all frontal nudity from Oscar-winning gay romance, and now he’s going into more detail onRead More →

[ad_1] In this exclusive, we chat with Supergirl, Jessica Jones and Cloak and Dagger J. Holtham screenwriter about her latest project in “Marvel Wastelanders: Hawkeye”. A Marvel Unlimited podcast starring Clint and Ashley Barton in the Old Man Logan universe. Talk about a year of Hawkeye! Enter Clint first chapterRead More →

[ad_1] Earlier this month, the Loyola Writers at Work series hosted award-winning writer Kali Fajardo-Anstine. Fajardo-Anstine is an American novelist and short story writer from Denver. She studied English Literature and Chicano Studies at Metropolitan State University and received her MFA from the University of Wyoming. Her award-winning short storyRead More →

[ad_1] Analyzing Marques Rebelo’s literary legacy, critic Alfredo Bosi calls simplicity a “difficult art”. The phrase resonates as we go through the 168 pages of Years of lead and other stories, first foray of Chico Buarque through the world of short storytelling. To use a football metaphor, so much toRead More →

[ad_1] Children’s author and screenwriter Kate Klise will deliver the distinguished Charles D. Tenney lecture and also discuss a documentary film she wrote and narrated as part of her campus visit October 19-21. (Photo provided) October 14, 2021 Tenney Lecture to host acclaimed children’s author, screenwriter Kate Klise by PeteRead More →

[ad_1] The queer influence in the horror genre extends far beyond the boundaries that many people initially think – lingering in classic works such as Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein,” according to screenwriter Phil Graziadei . “The kind of connection between queer themes and horror is at least as old as Shelley.Read More →

[ad_1] Tamer Nafar is an award-winning actor, screenwriter, filmmaker, activist and founder of Palestine’s leading hip hop group DAM. He recently released his first English track “The Beat Never Goes Off” with 12-year-old Gaza-based rap prodigy MC Abdul. and Palestinian singer Noël Kharman. His video has already accumulated an incredibleRead More →

[ad_1] One of the few film series to receive the same level of universal acclaim as the “Before Sunrise” trilogy is Pixar’s “Toy Story” series. Screenwriter Stephany Folsom – who co-wrote “Toy Story 4” and is now working on Amazon’s “Lord of the Rings” streaming series – is one ofRead More →

[ad_1] Madrid, Oct 2 (EFE) .- Victoria Vinuesa, psychologist and writer, is the only Spanish woman who “being a woman and a foreigner” has managed to “squeeze” four original scripts into the Hollywood market, four films already in the works. told in an interview with Efe, very different from eachRead More →