Mixed media

Game of Thrones

By Fausto Hernandez | Published 03.07.2016. | Mixed Media

We all Play the Game of Thrones

Fausto Hernandez delves into the weirwood roots behind the Game of Thrones, the cultural phenomenon that has caused furor…

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By The Pavlovic Today Staff | Published 25.06.2016. | Mixed Media

The Birthday Player

The Birthday Player is a poetry movie based on a poem by Ksenija Pavlovic. It is the part of the new exciting Public Pool…

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OPAL PALMER ADISA

By Micah Morgan | Published 22.05.2016. | Mixed Media

Opal Palmer Adisa : Poetess Heroine in the Antilles

In an interview with Micah Morgan, Opal Palmer Adisa, award-winning poet, novelist, performance artist and educator, opens…

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Pedro Almodovar

By | Published 17.05.2016. | Mixed Media

Cannes 2016: Pedro Almodovar's JULIETA

Pedro Almodovar talks at a press conference in Cannes about his new film JULIETA, which is screening in competition. JULIETA,…

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Jean-Pierre DARDENNE , Luc DARDENNE

By | Published 17.05.2016. | Mixed Media

Cannes 2016: THE UNKNOWN GIRL by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne

The Dardenne brothers’ THE UNKNOWN GIRL tells the story of Jenny, a young GP, who investigates the death of an anonymous…

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Loving

By | Published 16.05.2016. | Mixed Media

Cannes 2016: LOVING, the Extraordinary Film by Jeff Nichols

LOVING is a true story about the legal battle fought by a mixed race couple to have their marriage accepted in 1950s America.…

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Neruda film

By | Published 15.05.2016. | Mixed Media

NERUDA, Film by Pablo Larrain Premiers in Cannes

NERUDA, film by Pablo Larrain which revolves around the Chilean politician-poet Luis Gnecco, made its world premiere at the…

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François Jaros arrives in Cannes with his new short film Oh What A Wonderful Feeling

By The Pavlovic Today Staff | Published 14.05.2016. | Mixed Media

François Jaros Arrives in Cannes with Oh What A Wonderful Feeling

After Sundance and Telluride, Canadian director François Jaros arrives in Cannes with his new short film Oh What A Wonderful…

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