Festivals

‘Every Third Minute’: A Festival with a Difference

Every Third Minute, West Yorkshire Playhouse According to Alzheimer.org, there are 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, with numbers set to rise to over 1 million by 2025...

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It's High Time Women get a Spot in Major Music Festivals

The Firefly Music Festival happened in January and it had a crazy line-up with Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and Arctic Monkeys on the lead. The stacked all-star line-up featured set...

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Five Sundance Flicks that could be the Next Big Thing

The 2018 Sundance Film Festival started on 21 January in Park City, Utah, and ran through 28 January. 110 independent films were showcased this year. These features were submi...

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Festivals to Watch Out for in the New Year

New year, new films, new film festivals. While 2017 wasn't the best year in films we hope to see better films in 2018. With so much information continually on tap, thanks to s...

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Bangladesh Film Festival 2018 held in Kolkata

This is the first time in recent public memory that a film festival was organized officially between Bangladesh and West Bengal. The Bangladesh Film Festival, which was held f...

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February, the Month for all Art Lovers

It’s that time of the year again when art lovers from all over the country visit their favourite festivals which showcase brilliant and original art and its forms. 2017 ...

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Film Festivals dedicated to Architecture

Architecture and film are interlocked: both unfold narrative ideas through space and time, taking us to real and virtual worlds; both start with the imagination and then take ...

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Nuuk Nordisk Kulturfestival: Eccentric and Out of this World!

Nuuk Nordic is a festival born in 2015 and takes place every second year, in Nuuk, Greenland. It is a contemporary art and culture festival that presents a range of new produc...

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Kumbh Mela named Intangible Cultural Heritage By UNESCO

Kumbh Mela has been recognized by the UNESCO as an “intangible cultural heritage of humanity” for being the world’s largest peaceful congregation of pilgrims...

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The Future of Filmmaking is Here

Much of the public view of the film and television industry is centered around entertainment value and often doesn’t grasp the background work that goes into making the ...

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Spy in Love

Lauren Wilkinson’s American Spy is a perceptive novel with a feisty prot...

March 20 2019

Research predicts breast cancer can relapse based on ‘internal wiring’

A study published in the journal Nature, shows that breast cancer is equal to 11 separat...

March 20 2019

There she goes… changing gears and riding bikes!

Riding motorcycles have always been the ‘men’ thing. Yet, in the last few ye...

March 19 2019