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‘Cuties’ Financier Argues ‘Ultra-Conservatism’ Is Threatening ‘Freedom of Expression’ (EXCLUSIVE)

 

Netflix’s “Cuties” may be receiving a torrent of backlash out of North America, but France’s film industry is standing in support of Maimouna Doucouré’s feature debut. On Tuesday, the country’s authors, directors and producers guild, La Société civile des Auteurs Réalisateurs et Producteurs, known as ARP, said calls for the film’s boycott are a “grave attack on freedom of creation” carried on by the “most conservative of Americans.”

A campaign waged against Netflix over “Cuties” and the film’s sexualized portrayal of children produced a surge in U.S. subscription cancellations over the weekend, according to research company YipitData, and the Council on American-Islamic Relations out of Washington, D.C., is the latest org to call on the streaming giant to pull the film due to, it claims, a stereotypical portrayal of Muslims.

In France, the film was released on Aug. 19 without any restrictions and was considered suitable for all audiences. It triggered some debate, but not any backlash. We received unanimous praise in the local press, from L’Humanité to Le Figaro, Telerama and Le Monde. We want people to watch the film and realize it’s about many issues: It’s about being Black and living in France, in a society dominated by white people; it’s about being a woman; it’s about the identity conflict that a child can feel between a traditional, conservative upbringing and everyday life at school. Twerking is a small part of the movie. (The film is rated TV MA — Mature Audiences by Netflix in the U.S.).

‘Cuties’ Financier Argues ‘Ultra-Conservatism’ Is Threatening ‘Freedom of Expression’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Art, Art Deletion, Children, Entertainment, Film, Hypocrisy, Interview, Overreaction, Politics, Racial Tension, Religion, Representation, World

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16-Sep-2020


What If Christopher Nolan Movies Are Actually Crap? 

 

After the 2017 release of Dunkirk, you might have been lulled into the belief that Christopher Nolan was heading towards his peak—the final push up a quarter pipe before he launched into pure genius.

Sadly, you were wrong.

This much is crystal clear just three minutes into his much-anticipated new release, Tenet. The movie is Nolan’s least intelligible film, quickly disintegrating into an incredibly convoluted story that is as difficult to follow as it is to enjoy.

What If Christopher Nolan Movies Are Actually Crap?

Tags: Art, Celebrity, Film, Film Trivia, History, Hollywood, Questionable, Talent

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09-Sep-2020


Oscar for wokeness: Anger in Hollywood as it is announced films will have to meet 'representation and inclusion' requirements if they are eligible to win Best Picture 

 

Film stars raged at 'Woke Hollywood' last night after the Oscars announced that movies will have to meet diversity targets to be eligible to win Best Picture from 2024.

The Academy Awards shake-up means films hoping to win the top prize will have to hire more black, female, LGBT or disabled cast and crew or address themes that affect those communities.

The move comes after months of race protests in the US and years of pressure from activists who have called for a boycott of the glitzy event.

'The new RULES to qualify for Best Picture are dictatorial... anti-artist... Hollywood you're swinging so far left you're bumping into your own ass.'

Fellow actor Nick Searcy said: 'The Oscars used to be, just like the movies, something we all shared.

'Woke Hollywood turned it all into a weapon they could use against anyone who disagreed with their politics. This is how Hollywood destroyed itself, like the NBA, NFL and MLB just did.'

Film blogger Sasha Stone said: 'If the Academy inclusion mandate makes marginalized people feel they have a better chance getting employed I think that's a success.

'But I don't like that productions will be disqualified if they don't meet the demands. Just not the purpose of the Oscars.'

Oscar for wokeness

Tags: Activism, Art, Award, Backlash, Disinheritance, Employment, Enforcement, Entertainment, Fear, Hollywood, Policy, Termination, Weird

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09-Sep-2020


 

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04-Sep-2020


Chris Cornell’s Seattle memorial statue vandalised 

 

The memorial statue of Chris Cornell in his hometown of Seattle has been vandalised.

As reported by KIRO 7 News, an unknown vandal defaced the bronze statue on Thursday (August 20) by covering it with white paint.

Chris Cornell’s Seattle memorial statue vandalised

Tags: Art, Celebrity, Music, Vandalism

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22-Aug-2020


 

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04-Aug-2020


Nearly 80 life-size, animatronic dinosaurs going up for auction 

 

“Jurassic Park” junkies rejoice!

T. rex fans will soon be able to turn their homes into personal dinotopias by bidding on the nearly 80 life-size, animatronic dinosaurs from Canada’s Able Auctions.

“There’s just about every type of dinosaur,” Jeremy Dodd, CEO of the online auctioneer, told the Vancouver Sun. “We also have a whole pile of authentic and original fossils and all the equipment that’s related to putting on a show like this.”

The nearly 80 dino doppelgangers include a towering Tyrannosaurus rex, a 72-foot Brontosaurus and Velociraptors, along with “hundreds of fossils, animatronic equipment, lighting, speakers and more,” per the listing on the British Columbia bidding site.

NY Post

Tags: $, Art, Auction, History

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17-Jul-2020


 

Art has been disavowed by an expiration date. 17-Jul-2020

Tags: Art, Art Deletion, History, Sad

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17-Jul-2020


HGTV’s Erin Napier Is ‘Turning Off’ Instagram Comments Until 2021 After Calling Out Trolls 

 

Erin Napier knows social media can be a dark place — and now she’s taking matters into her own hands and changing the way people can interact with her posts.

The Home Town star, 34, previously opened up about Instagram bullies having taken an emotional toll on her, and on Thursday morning she announced on that platform that she’s taking significant steps towards taming those trolls by turning off comments on her posts until 2021.

“Turning off comments till 2021 feels like a good move,” she captioned a photo of her and her husband (and HGTV co-star), Ben, 37. “It’s getting harder to shoulder every opinion from every direction at all times about everything when everyone is freaking out constantly. There’s too much noise.”

She used an analogy to explain how social media can be deceiving, and explained that commenters often react without seeing the full picture.

People

Sam Neill on sharing firm views on Twitter: “We really don’t need someone else shouting”

Paramore Stops Selling ‘Say Their Names’ Poster After Receiving Backlash

Tags: Art, Celebrity, Criticism, Entertainment, Environment, Film, Film Trivia, Hollywood, Hostility, Music, Rejection, Representation, Social Media, Sweet, Termination

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11-Jul-2020


Diocese reports vandalization of Virgin Mary statue outside of Catholic school in Elmhurst 

 

A statue of the Virgin Mary at the entrance of a Catholic school in Elmhurst was vandalized early Friday morning, according to the Diocese of Brooklyn.

On Friday, July 10, around 3 a.m., an unknown individual approached the statue outside of Cathedral Prep School and Seminary, located at 56-25 92nd St., and wrote the word “idol” onto the statue’s front, the diocese said. School staff discovered the vandalism around 7:30 a.m. By Friday afternoon, the statue had been cleaned, according to the diocese.

QNS

John Wayne Exhibit to Be Removed at USC Following Protests Over Actor’s Racist Remarks

Tags: Art, Art Deletion, Celebrity, Education, History, Investigation, Religion, Vandalism

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11-Jul-2020


Cinderella’s Castle Paint Gets Mixed Reviews During Its Reveal, Reminding Some Of Archrival Sleeping Beauty 

 

The wicked stepmother isn’t the only one who has a complaint about Cinderella. Some Disney employees are chiming in as well, claiming they don’t like the new paint job on her Disney World castle.

The Disney World theme park officially reopens tomorrow, July 11. But employees got a sneak preview of the changes awaiting all this week, including new safety features.

Deadline

Tags: Art, Business, Complaint, Entertainment, Environment, Family, Fantasy, Modernization, Social Media

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11-Jul-2020


Amid the Black Lives Matter Movement, Hollywood Examines Its Own History of Racism 

 

AnyAny kid who grows up on Disney knows about Splash Mountain. Along with the Matterhorn and its aptly named corollary Space Mountain, the ride is a necessary stop on any self-respecting thrill-seeker’s visit to Disneyland, with the long lines to prove it. But Splash Mountain is more than a watery tourist trap. It’s also one of the last, oddly decontextualized scrap of a legacy that Disney otherwise wholly disowns.

Defenders of outdated works tend to respond with some version of the slippery slope argument: Even if everything is racist, you can’t expunge everything from the historical record. Without perspective or consistency, specific flashpoints do seem arbitrary: “I don’t think I’ve heard anyone coming for The Jazz Singer,” observes Alfred Martin, an assistant professor of communications studies at the University of Iowa, referring to the 1927 film starring Al Jolson as a Jewish entertainer who performs in blackface. “What precisely is it that we’re coming for?”

The timing of certain reckonings is also questionable. “30 Rock was being produced in the 2000s, and at the time presumably everybody thought it was fine. Why are we feigning concern about it right now?” Martin asks. “Since 1939, Black folks were saying that Gone With the Wind was a harmful depiction of Black folks, and nobody wanted to listen to us. All of a sudden, in 2020, when this movie is almost 100 years old, now you want to pretend like it’s a problem? That’s partly what some of the anger is around.”

The Ringer

Tags: Art, Art Deletion, Education, Entertainment, Environment, History, Hollywood, Instructional, Interference, Parental Crime, Perception, Politics, Protest, Psychology

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10-Jul-2020


Lady A, Formerly Lady Antebellum, Sue Seattle Blues Singer Lady A 

 

“Today we are sad to share that our sincere hope to join together with Anita White in unity and common purpose has ended,” the group said in a statement. “She and her team have demanded a $10 million payment, so reluctantly we have come to the conclusion that we need to ask a court to affirm our right to continue to use the name Lady A, a trademark we have held for many years.” Read the band’s full statement below.

Pitchfork

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08-Jul-2020




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