As Roma

15 Feb 19
Hopewell Heights

planning a spring heirloom garden with methodology, seed lists & organization because #gardengeek I can’t be the only one who thought gardening didn’t begin until the spring?!  Last year was my first ever gardening and we got a later start because it didn’t cross my mind until the weather started warming up consistently in April. […]

15 Feb 19
La-Neta MX

Sergio Goyri compartió un video en su cuenta de Instagram en el que ofrece una disculpa a Yalitza Aparicio, tras llamarla “pin… india” en una grabación que circula en redes sociales.

15 Feb 19
sonnyeksposisi

  Saya telah bahas bahaya dari pada evolusi (Ghost Of Darwin) yang memberikan sumbangsih kehancuran paling fatal di abad 20. Abad yang di kenal paling keras dan paling berdarah di sepanjang sejarah umat manusia. Racism, genocide, komunism, kebencian antar bangsa, kehancuran dan kerusakan gereja diseluruh dunia. Ateis yang semakin merajalela, aborsi, euthanasia, kekerasan di sekolah-sekolah […]

15 Feb 19
GoldDerby
“It’s a wild dream come true,” admits Yalitza Aparicio when asked about her Oscar nomination for “Roma.” The cinematic newcomer “never thought of acting” as a career before being cast as the central character in Alfonso Cuaron‘s intimate drama. Watch our exclusive video interview with Aparicio above. Aparicio stars in the film as Cleo, a maid working for a middle-class family in Mexico City during the 1970s. Cuaron based the film largely on his own experiences, creating Cleo as a version of his real-life caregiver. SEE Marina de Tavira Interview: ‘Roma’ Aparicio went to the audition — which was held in the small Oaxaca, Mexico, town where she grew up — almost by accident. She recalls, “I went with my sister,” who had responded to an open casting call. Though she’s not quite sure why the director chose to entrust the lead role to her, she believes it had to do with the similarities between her and the character, a nanny who dearly “loves” the four children in her care. Her acting debut was especially unique considering she never saw a finished script. “In the beginning, I thought this was normal,” she explains. “But it actually ended up helping, not having a script and shooting in chronological order, because I naturally learned about my character.” SEE Gabriela Rodriguez Interview: ‘Roma’ In addition to her Oscar nomination, Aparicio also competed at the Critics’ Choice Awards, where “Roma” won prizes for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematography and Best Foreign Language Film. It repeated those victories at the BAFTAs, and it won additional awards for Best Director and Best Foreign Film at the Golden Globes. At the Oscars, “Roma” is tied with “The Favourite” as the most nominated film with 10 bids. It competes for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress (Marina de Tavira), Best Original Screenplay and more. If it wins Best Picture it will be the first foreign-language film and the first streaming film to win. And if Aparicio prevails she will be the first Latin-American woman to win Best Actress. PREDICT the Oscar winners now; change them until February 24 Be sure to check out how our experts rank this year’s Oscar contenders. Then take a look at the most up-to-date combined odds before you make your own 2019 Oscar predictions. Don’t be afraid to jump in now since you can keep changing your predictions until just before winners are announced on February 24. SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions
15 Feb 19
Movie Box Magazine

Black Panther – Steve Boeddeker, Brandon Proctor y Peter Devlin Bohemian Rhapsody – Paul Massey, Tim Cavagin y John Casali First Man – Jon Taylor, Frank A. Montaño, Ai-Ling Lee y Mary H. Ellis Roma – Skip Lievsay, Craig Henighan y José Antonio García A Star Is Born – Tom Ozanich, Dean Zupancic, Jason Ruder y Steve Morrow

15 Feb 19
Thailandite.com

La prima cosa da sapere quando si organizza un viaggio in Thailandia è come comportarsi con i Visti di entrata e i valichi di frontiera. Purtroppo le norme vigenti non sono molto chiare, cambiano frequentemente e vengono applicate in maniera diversa e a volte arbitraria dai vari uffici e funzionari. Per evitare spiacevoli sorprese o […]

15 Feb 19
GoldDerby
“It’s a wild dream come true,” admits Yalitza Aparicio when asked about her Oscar nomination for “Roma.” The cinematic newcomer “never thought of acting” as a career before being cast as the central character in Alfonso Cuaron‘s intimate drama. Watch our exclusive video interview with Aparicio above. Aparicio stars in the film as Cleo, a maid working for a middle-class family in Mexico City during the 1970s. Cuaron based the film largely on his own experiences, creating Cleo as a version of his real-life caregiver. Aparicio went to the audition — which was held in the small Oaxaca, Mexico, town where she grew up — almost by accident. She recalls, “I went with my sister,” who had responded to an open casting call. Though she’s not quite sure why the director chose to entrust the lead role to her, she believes it had to do with the similarities between her and the character, a nanny who dearly “loves” the four children in her care. Her acting debut was especially unique considering she never saw a finished script. “In the beginning, I thought this was normal,” she explains. “But it actually ended up helping, not having a script and shooting in chronological order, because I naturally learned about my character.” In addition to her Oscar nomination, Aparicio also competed at the Critics’ Choice Awards, where “Roma” won prizes for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematography and Best Foreign Language Film. It repeated those victories at the BAFTAs, and it won additional awards for Best Director and Best Foreign Film at the Golden Globes. At the Oscars, “Roma” is tied with “The Favourite” as the most nominated film with 10 bids. It competes for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress (Marina de Tavira), Best Original Screenplay and more. If it wins Best Picture it will be the first foreign-language film and the first streaming film to win. And if Aparicio prevails she will be the first Latin-American woman to win Best Actress.
15 Feb 19
State of Globe

On Wednesday, the House and the Senate both passed a massive 1,159 page spending bill that they were given less than 24 hours to read.  There was a concerted effort by the leadership of both parties to rush this bill through before the American people could be mobilized to oppose it.  We are being told […]

15 Feb 19
DALILA KAYROS

6/12/2018 Teatro Massimo, CA 17/11/2018 BWA galeria, Zielona Gora, PL16/11/2018 Intermediale festiwal – Lecnica, PL 11/08/2018 Here I Stay Fest, OR10/07/2018 Street Books, CA SYK EUROPEAN TOUR 2018 4/29/2018 Modra Vopice – Prague, CZ 4/28/2018 Minoga – Poznan, PL4/27/2018 Lekkoscbytu – Warsaw, PL4/26/2018 Klub Liverpool – Wroclaw, PL4/25/2018 Barrak – Ostrava, CZ (supporting Exhumed, Rotten […]