User: fredericknoronha Topic: Documentary
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Mini MIFF at Children’s Park Theatre this weekend 21.6.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
Film lovers in the city can take heart. A package of films featuring award-winning documentaries, short films and animation films from the 15th editio
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Lakes of Coimbatore come alive after the monsoons 20.6.2018 Hindu: Internet
The lakes are brimming and the birds have returned to roost. Despite a good South West Monsoon, is everything really okay?
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Snapchat takes a shot at reality TV; developing new mini-documentary series 20.6.2018 DNA: Opinion
Snap Inc. is developing a new mini-documentary series focusing on two social media influencers. "Endless Summer" will feature 19-year-old Summer McKeen, a YouTube star and beauty and fashion vlogger, her boyfriend Dylan Jordan, also a familiar face from YouTube, and their group of friends. Like MTV's breakout hit and reality TV pioneer "Laguna Beach", the show is set in Laguna Beach, California, and will be semi-scripted, but with a scripted, serialized narrative. Snapchat Shows were first launched two years ago, inspired by how Snapchatters -- the majority of whom are between 18-24 years old -- talk to their friends on the app, but these previous offerings from Snapchat consisted mainly of unscripted shows about fashion and sports. "Endless Summer" episodes will be between 3-5 minutes. Fans will be able to interact with the mini-docu-drama's stars and with other fans via "After Shows" and "Watch Parties", as well as special Snapchat lenses and augmented reality portals into the show. Snap has partnered ...
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Kerala’s wetland list may be delayed 19.6.2018 Hindu: Health
Vetting of list prepared by Space Application Centre, Ahmedabad, likely to take a year
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Antoine Griezmann signs new deal with Atletico Madrid after rejecting Barcelona 19.6.2018 DNA: Wide Angle
Atletico Madrid made a triple swoop at France's World Cup training base on Monday, announcing new contracts for talismanic striker Antoine Griezmann and defender Lucas Hernandez as well as officially signing midfielder Thomas Lemar from AS Monaco. The Liga side said in a statement that all three contracts were signed in the presence of Atletico's chief executive Miguel Angel Gil Marin, who had travelled to the France team's base in the Russian town of Istria. France striker Griezmann had revealed last Thursday on Spanish television in a documentary called 'The Decision' that he had rejected a move to Spanish champions Barcelona to stay at Atletico. Defender Hernandez, meanwhile, extended his contract until 2024, and winger Lemar signed a deal to join Atletico which they said was subject to him passing a medical and their prelmininary deal with AS Monaco being formalised. According to reports in the Spanish media, the deal for Lemar is worth more than 70 million euros ($81.34 million), making him the most ...
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Soccer: Griezmann signs new deal with Atletico after rejecting Barca 19.6.2018 Reuters: Sports News
ISTRIA, Russia (Reuters) - Atletico Madrid made a triple swoop at France's World Cup training base on Monday, announcing new contracts for talismanic striker Antoine Griezmann and defender Lucas Hernandez as well as officially signing midfielder Thomas Lemar from AS ...
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The Dalawa gets a documentary 19.6.2018 Hindu: News
The Sword of Liberty speaks through art forms like Villadichan Pattu
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'Incredibles 2' breaks the record of all-time highest box office debut for animation film 18.6.2018 DNA: Wide Angle
The opening weekend of Incredibles 2  was, well, incredible. The Disney-Pixar movie flew to a record-breaking launch of $180 million in 4,410 locations, easily landing the superhero sequel the best debut of all time for an animated film. That title was previously held by fellow Pixar sequel Finding Dory, which bowed with $135 million in 2016. Incredibles 2 also landed the eighth-biggest domestic opening of all time and surpassed 2017's Beauty and the Beast ($174.6 million) for the best debut for a PG-rated film. Overseas, where it has opened in 26% of the international market, Pixar's 20th film collected $51.5 million, bringing its global total to $231.5 million. With 14 years since the original film, 2004's The Incredibles, enthusiasm has been strong for the follow-up, and it seems that audiences and critics alike were not disappointed. The film boasts a coveted A+ CinemaScore, as well as a 94% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. "The film shows the drawing power of the superhero genre, whether in the live ...
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Box Office: 'Incredibles 2' shatters records with heroic $180 million opening 17.6.2018 Reuters: Entertainment News
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The opening weekend of "Incredibles 2" was, well, incredible.
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Serenades and selfies with stars tempt TV's Emmy voters 17.6.2018 Reuters: Entertainment News
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Broadway musical impresario Andrew Lloyd Webber wowed more than 600 Emmy voters on a recent Monday night in Hollywood, playing piano as acclaimed singer Sara Bareilles performed a song from NBC's production of his hit rock opera "Jesus Christ ...
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Don't take Kim lightly 17.6.2018 Rediff: Columns
'North Korea could choose to go China's way by selectively opening up the economy, but Kim does not seem enthused by the idea.'
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Read, read, against the dying of the light 17.6.2018 Hindu: Bangalore
I never met Clive James, and now I don’t think I ever shall. He is 78, has been on death row for eight years – diagnosed with terminal leukaemia and
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U.K. excludes India from relaxed student visa rules 16.6.2018 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
Indian students applying for courses in the U.K. will continue to face rigorous checks and documentary requirements.
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No Visa Rule Relaxation For Indian Students Applying To UK Universities 16.6.2018 NDTV News - Latest
The United Kingdom government has caused outrage with its decision to exclude Indian students from a new list of countries considered "low risk" in order to facilitate an easier visa application...
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Nature Has Taken Over This Abandoned Village, And The Photos Are Stunning 16.6.2018 NDTV News - Latest
China's Shengshan Island is an archipelago with many picturesque fishing villages - but one such village, named Houtouwan, was abandoned in the 1990s.
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Griezmann snubs Barcelona to stay at Atletico 15.6.2018 Rediff: Sports
The Frenchman, voted the world's third best player of 2016, has been the subject of intense transfer speculation since signing a new contract with Atletico in May 2017.
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After "Historic Summit", Documentary Shows Trump Saluting N.Korea General 15.6.2018 NDTV News - Top-stories
North Korean state television aired a 42-minute long documentary on Thursday that offered a different view of Kim Jong Un's meeting with President Donald Trump in Singapore.
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Soccer: Griezmann snubs Barca to stay at Atletico 15.6.2018 Reuters: Sports News
MADRID (Reuters) - France forward Antoine Griezmann rejected a move to La Liga champions Barcelona in order to stay at Atletico Madrid, he said on Thursday in a remarkable documentary broadcast on Spanish television.
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Soccer: 'Jealous' Allardyce still hurting as Southgate leads England to Russia 13.6.2018 Reuters: Sports News
LONDON (Reuters) - Former England manager Sam Allardyce believes he should still be leading the national team and says he is "extremely jealous" as his replacement Gareth Southgate heads to the World Cup in Russia.
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Soccer: Africa must tackle graft to lift world standing - Anis 12.6.2018 Reuters: Sports News
ACCRA (Reuters) - The undercover Ghanaian journalist who filmed soccer officials appearing to take bribes said on Monday that African football will continue to be held back on the world stage unless corruption is tackled more vigorously.
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