New Zealand inspires Bollywood
Jul19

New Zealand inspires Bollywood

The international film industry’s New Zealand love affair is well documented with picture perfect landscapes capturing the imagination and hearts of film stars, producers and movie-goers the world over. And, with New Zealand featuring in a list of top foreign places to shoot Bollywood movies, it seems that Indian film-makers and their audiences are in […] New Zealand inspires Bollywood is a post from: AllnSpire AllnSpire»...

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68th Edinburgh International Film Festival
Jun29

68th Edinburgh International Film Festival

The recipients of the 68th Edinburgh International Film Festival Awards were announced at the EIFF awards ceremony, held at Filmhouse in Edinburgh today, hosted by Grant Lauchlan, producer and presenter of STV’s Moviejuice.  The ceremony took place ahead of Sunday’s Closing Night, which concludes the 12-day Festival with the International Premiere of WE’LL NEVER HAVE PARIS, and which will see the announcement of the...

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Misty Copeland
May26

Misty Copeland

  It was with great interest that I stumbled upon Misty Copeland, a ballerina with the American Ballet Theatre. The road that Misty Copeland has taken, has been a long and somewhat difficult journey. Born to Sylvia DelaCerna in Kansas City, Missouri in September 10, 1982. Her mother had been a cheerleader with Kansas City Chiefs, though she had also studied dance. So dance and movement was in the blood. LifenSpire »...

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BFI Announces Major Programmes
May07

BFI Announces Major Programmes

The BFI (British Film Institute) will mark the centenary of World War One with a wide-ranging series of programmes of key films, archive television dramas, re-releases and archival discoveries including a major three part project for 2014, 2016 and 2018, The War That Changed Everything. The BFI’s landmark commemoration of the Great War include some of the profoundest and most moving responses to the conflict, as successive...

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Music and storytelling event
Apr08

Music and storytelling event

The National Museum of Ireland has planned a unique once-off music and storytelling event to mark the millennium of the battle of Clontarf 1014. We will be welcoming storytellers and musicians from Denmark and Ireland for this special commemoration, which will be held at the National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology on Kildare Street on Easter Saturday, 19th April at 3pm. The Melodies And Myths Of The Vikings And Gaels Storyteller...

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