Friday, 23 August 2019
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"No Time to Die" the new James Bond movie
Craig confirmed in 2017 that he would act again for the fifth time as the secret agent 007
How to survive on 'Game of Thrones': Switch allegiances
A research evaluated the deaths of all important Game of Thrones' characters and found that characters were more likely to survive if they switched allegiances
'Green Frontier' opens the door to the Colombian Amazon in a new Netflix series
The series addresses the issue of the threat against biodiversity that surrounds the traditional communities that live in that region of the Amazon
Alfred Hitchcock, 120 years of one of the greatest geniuses of cinema
The filmmaker considered the great master of suspense was born on August 13, 1899
Netflix hires the creators of "Game of Thrones"
"We are excited to welcome the master narrators David Benioff and DB Weiss on Netflix," said Netflix content manager.
'Stranger Things' breakout star is a spunky seventh grader
Priah Ferguson, a 12-year-old Atlanta middle schooler, has given season 3 of the sci-fi, back-to-the-'80s Netflix show a jolt of sassy electricity
'Orange Is the New Black' offers fans a way to give back
The fund, named in honor of show character Poussey Washington, will spread out every donation equally to eight already-existing nonprofit groups
Utoya's attack: 72 minutes full of tension
With this film, we put ourselves in the perspective of the protagonist who witnessed the attack
'Los días de la ballena': resistance in Medellín through public space
Within the framework of the IndieBo film festival in Bogotá, this Medellín film about the city, art and resistance was presented. Here some impressions
Will life imitate art? Steppe queen movie makes Kazakhs wonder
The idea of a female ruler could be a hard sell in a country where many still believe a woman's role is at home
The close relation between suicide rates and '13 Reasons Why'
According to a study published in April, it is possible that portraying suicide in the series has serious consequences for vulnerable teenagers
Graphic suicide scene edited out of '13 Reasons Why' finale
The producers have heard concerns from mental health experts and decided, along with the streaming service, to re-edit it
5 sequels that took forever to reach the Big Screen
Doctor Sleep joins the list of sequels that took several years to reach the screen
"Orange is the New Black" leaves a legacy for black women
A few days before the premiere of its seventh and final season, on July 26, these actresses reflect on the impact the series had on their lives
Cinema comes as a resistance tool for women
Some film festivals as a backdrop by and for women allow us to explore femininity
The reasons why foreign animation companies are looking for Latin American talent
Cartoon Network and other companies seek to co-produce series and animated films from countries like Colombia, where labor is cheaper
From hope to defeat, filmmaker brings Brazilian political crisis to Netflix
"The film is a portrait of the Brazilian political crisis in the first person and, in a certain way, a fable of our times," said the director, Petra Costa
With gay couple as stars, Mexican telenovela makes history
A Mexican soap opera, that debuted last Sunday, is set to make television history as the country's first telenovela to feature a gay couple as the leading characters
LGBT+ cinema: another pride for this month
Since June is gay pride month, we want to remember some films from decades ago on this subject when talking about it was still a taboo
They're back: some TV shows of our childhood return!
The return of 'Are You Afraid of the Dark' and 'Drake and Josh' made us remember those old TV shows that we spent evenings watching on television
3 superheroines before the Marvel and DC sagas
The growing trend of the last few years of sagas of superheroes like those of Marvel and DC is to give heroines a special place. Who preceded them?
Jon Snow and other 6 characters that affected their interpreters
The British actor went into rehabilitation after his problems with alcohol due to the pressure of playing Jon Snow for almost a decade
Elton John's soccer-fan side that Rocketman forgot
While Rocketman has been well received, there are several fans who left cinemas with a bitter taste because of the omission of a fundamental side of Elton John
Black Mirror and other 5 releases on streaming platforms in June
We bring you some of the most anticipated releases that arrive in June to platforms like Netflix so that you will not miss them for anything in the world
Rocketman and the rise of biopics
Rocketman , like Bohemian Rhapsody, is another example of the current trend of creating biographical films or documentaries about artists
Cannes: Latin America present in the awards
Two Latin American films, one Brazilian and one Nicaraguan, were awarded at the Cannes Film Festival. Here we tell you more about them
Chernobyl: the brilliant sign that HBO is more than Game of Thrones
The miniseries is a co-production between HBO and SKY, and it shows the depth of the tragedy that occurred in the Soviet Union in 1986
Cannes: when the red carpet becomes political
As demonstrated by the recent denunciation of the murder of Mauricio Lezama in Cannes, the festivals are also a place for political demonstration
5 disappointing endings of successful series
Game of Thrones was not the only series with a disappointing outcome. WARNING: there are spoilers of 5 series, so if you read the name of the show and you have not seen it, we recommend you conti...
Disney announced the calendar of its films until 2027
Disney confirmed all the films it will make in the coming years. Among them, there is a new trilogy of Star Wars and four more movies of Avatar
How much do you know about Disney?
If you are a Disney fan, measure your knowledge with this quiz
Controversy at Cannes: Alain Delon and the petition against his award
The Cannes film festival already has a long history of controversy. The last one is the critique towards the honorific award that was granted to Alain Delon
YouTube quits the competition against Amazon and Netflix
The platform announced that now its original series will be available for free as of 2020
The portrait of a psychopathic artist in 'The House that Jack Built'
In a comedy key, the last film by Lars von Trier shows different episodes in the life of Jack, an American serial killer who always get away with muder
'Case Colmenares': the unsolved crime that Netflix adapted
The second part of the series Crime Diaries: Night Out caused controversy when talking about a topic as recent and unresolved as it is the 'Case Colmenares'
Everything you need to know about El Marginal 3
El Marginal will have a third season. Here we will show you all the details of the new part of San Onofre's prison drama
MUICA: a contact with African cinema
The traveling African Film Festival launches its third version and will reach the screens of cities such as Cali, Bogotá, Cartagena and Buenaventura during the month of May
Childhood and the fable in "El tamaño de las cosas"
The second short film by Carlos Montoya, winner of the Generation K Plus special prize, premiered at Tonalá Cinema as part of Bogoshorts Sessions
Netflix is not enough for you anymore? Meet these streaming platforms
Even though its content library is huge, Netflix has a limited offer from which you can escape with these streaming platforms
Netflix's Our Planet: are we already immune to environmental documentaries?
Netflix has launched its new documentary series: Our Planet. How effective are these documentaries in the conscience of caring for the planet?
This will be the Latin American presence in Cannes
The official selection of one of the most important European film festivals has already been released. Here the Latin American projects chosen by the fifteen juries
Marsha P. Johnson or a documentary about friendship
The death and life of Marsha P. Johnson, of Netflix, explores the events surrounding the death and possible murder of the trans and veteran activist of Stonewall
Game of Thrones: the main differences between the books and the series
The new and final season of Game of Thrones is already in progress, but the books still do not reach this stage. We present you the main differences between the books and the series
Films that influenced our wardrobes with their looks
Some films have such a worked and polished costume design that they have influenced our wardrobes. Here some classics that created some fashion trends
'Chilling adventures of Sabrina' and the new adolescence
The second season of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina premiered on Netflix last week. Here our first impressions
5 musical documentaries that you can watch on Netflix while you wait for Beyoncé's
Taking into account Homecoming's trailer release, which documents the path of Beyoncé in Coachella, we bring you this list of musical documentaries on Netflix
RuPaul's Drag Race: why is it so influential?
With 11 seasons, 4 All Star's and more than 20 Emmy nominations, RuPaul's Drag Race has become one of the most important television shows
Everything we know so far about the new Joker
The official poster and the trailer for the new Joker film has already been released. Here's all we know so far about it
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