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1917 (2019)

When thinking about popular subject matter in cinema, it’s fair to say that the two World Wars of the twentieth century have provided some some of the richest and most celebrated picture since the beginning of the medium. From a personal point of view, it always amazes me how generation upon generation seems to be able to take the same subjects and point a new spin on them that makes the genre feel completely refreshed each time. I got the sense that a new dawn was breaking with 2017’s Dunkirk, and…

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I Hope You Get It: Six Tips for a Successful (and Sane) Audition

Abby Lass I have never been one of those people who love auditioning– there are too many unknown factors, too many decisions that I am forced to make based on pure speculation. The stress of auditions has followed me to college, but it can be especially acute for young performers. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like theater programs are going to be implementing a new system any time soon, so all of us have to get used to the process of auditioning. Hopefully, the following six tips will help calm your…

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7 things you didn’t know about EastEnders’ Kellie Bright – AKA Linda Carter

Here’s everything you need to know about EastEnders star Kellie Bright, who plays Linda Carter, including her Ali G connection and how she almost gave birth in a car! Kellie Bright has been bringing class and elegance – not to mention all things pink and fluffy – to the Queen Vic pub since 2013 as Walford’s Linda Carter. But recently she’s been the subject of a dramatic alcoholism storyline as Linda’s life has started to fall apart. But how much do you know about the actress herself? We’ve dug out…

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What’s a Variable Refresh Rate And Why Does That Matter for Gaming?

In 2020, we’re going to see a big leap forward for video games thanks to the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, and TV makers are bringing in new tech for the occasion. Both TCL and Vizio announced this week that some of their new TVs will support variable refresh rates on PCs and game consoles, a feature that will help… Read more… Read more: lifehacker.com

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