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No Diamonds for Ursula

No Diamonds for Ursula is a 1967 Italian crime film directed by Gino Mangini and starring Jeanne Valerie, Salvo Randone and Dana Andrews.

                                               

DNA (2020 film)

DNA is an upcoming French drama film, written and directed by Maïwenn. It stars Maïwenn, Louis Garrel, Marine Vacth, Fanny Ardant and Dylan Robert. It is scheduled to be released on 28 October 2020, by Le Pacte.

                                               

Dinner at Freds

Dinner at Freds is a 1997 Canadian-American comedy film written and directed by Shawn Thompson and starring Gil Bellows, Parker Posey and Christopher Lloyd.

                                               

Title Shot

Title Shot is a Canadian crime drama film, directed by Les Rose and released in 1978. Roses second collaboration with writer and actor Richard Gabourie following 1978s Three Card Monte, the film stars Gabourie as Blake, a police detective in Toro ...

                                               

To Be Sixteen

To Be Sixteen is a Canadian drama film, directed by Jean Pierre Lefebvre and released in 1979. The film stars Yves Benoit as Louis, a 16-year-old high school student who is sent to a mental institution by his father to punish him for his rebellio ...

                                               

Cellular

Cellular may refer to: U.S. Cellular Field, also known as "The Cell", a baseball stadium in Chicago Cellular network, cellular radio networks Cellular film, a 2004 movie Cellular automaton, a model in discrete mathematics U.S. Cellular Arena, an ...

                                               

Direct-to-disc

Direct-to-disc or direct-to-disk may refer to: Direct to Disc FM album, 1978 Direct-to-disc releasing, the distribution of feature films via DVD and Blu-ray, without a prior theatrical release Direct-to-disk recording DDR, a recording method by w ...

                                               

Camp Blood First Slaughter

The infamous Camp Blood is open for business! A college assignment sends a group of young students deep into the woods, and deeper into terror. One by one, a masked killer begins to murder them in gruesome fashion. They say the 3rd time is the ch ...

                                               

Darar 2 (film)

Darar 2 is an upcoming Indian, Bhojpuri language film directed by Sushil Kumar Upadhyay and produced by Ranjit Singh under banner of "Ranjit Singh Entertainment". The stars Ritesh Pandey, Joginder Tiwari, Pravesh Lal Yadav, Kajal Raghwani, Anjana ...

                                               

Michael Vlamis

Michael Vlamis is an American actor screenwriter known for his role as Michael Guerin in Roswell, New Mexico. Vlamis has also appeared in an episode of New Girl and several short films. Vlamis will appear alongside Chloe Bennet in the 2020 film, ...

                                               

George Floyd protests in New Zealand

Shortly after protests seeking justice for George Floyd, an African-American who was killed during a police arrest, began in the United States, people in New Zealand protested to show solidarity with Americans and to demonstrate against perceived ...

                                               

Clyde Singleton

Singleton went pro in 1994. Singleton appeared in the 2002 film Jackass during a skit called The Handrail - where Johnny Knoxville attempts to grind a long rail on a skateboard, with Eric Koston also making a cameo appearance. In 2007, Singleton ...

                                               

Soul Food

Soul Food film, a 1997 American comedy-drama film Soul Food soundtrack, the soundtrack to the 1997 film Soul Food Soul Food TV series, an American television drama

                                               

Sur (artist)

Sur, often stylised as SUR, is the artist-project of Zack Arnett who is an American multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and record producer based in Los Angeles, California, United States. The moniker comes from Big Sur, where Arnett grew u ...

                                               

James McDermott

James or Jim McDermott may refer to: James McDermott business executive, American businessman, former CEO and chairman of Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Jim McDermott basketball 1910–2009, American basketball and baseball coach James McDermott, blackjac ...

                                               

Amar Alibegovic

Amar Alibegovic is a Bosnian Italian professional basketball player for Virtus Bologna of the Italian Lega Basket Serie A. He is the son of Teoman Alibegovic, a former basketball player too; moreover, due to the Italian formation during his youth ...

                                               

List of presidents of ESPN

Bill Rasmussen conceived the concept of ESPN in late May 1978, after he was fired from his job with the World Hockey Associations New England Whalers. One of the first steps in Bill and his son Scotts process was finding land to build the channel ...

                                               

Hardest to Love

Hardest to Love is a record by Canadian singer The Weeknd from his fourth studio album After Hours The Weeknd wrote and produced the song with producers Max Martin and Oscar Holter.

                                               

Natalia Kryvda

Natalia Kryvda is a Ukrainian philosopher and public intellectual, Ph.D., professor at the department of Ukrainian philosophy and culture at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. She is also an academic director of MBA programs at Edinbur ...

                                               

Paolo Fabbri (semiotician)

Fabbri taught at the Italian Cultural Institute in Paris from 1992 to 1996. He also taught at the University of Florence, the University of Urbino, the University of Palermo, the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences, and the College ...

                                               

Nikisha Fogo

Nikisha Fogo is a Swedish ballet dancer. She is a first soloist at the Vienna State Ballet, and will join San Francisco Ballet as a principal dancer in the 2021 season.

                                               

Rekhta Foundation

The Rekhta Foundation is a nonprofit and non-governmental organization dedicated to promote Urdu literature in South Asia. The organization on it literary web portal have digitalized about ninety thousand books during the period of six years sinc ...

                                               

Alugha

Alugha with headquarters in Mannheim is Germanys only open video portal and the first multilingual cloud-based video hosting platform on which online videos can be converted into multilingual formats.

                                               

SEN Track

SEN Track is an Australian radio network operated by Crocmedia, a division of Pacific Star Network. The network launched on 28 March 2020 and broadcasts live coverage of horse, thoroughbred and greyhound racing across six markets. It is a sister ...

                                               

Desktop

A desktop traditionally refers to: The surface of a desk Desktop may refer to various computer terms: Pizza box form factor, a design of computer case Desktop computer, a personal computer designed to fit on a desk Desktop metaphor in computing, ...

                                               

Banding

Banding may refer to: Colour banding, an inaccuracy in computer graphics Another name for strapping, the process of applying a strap to an item to combine, hold, reinforce, or fasten it, or the strap or band itself G banding, a genetic technique ...

                                               

Last Communion

Greg Costikyan reviewed Last Communion in Ares Magazine #12 and commented that Last Communion is not a bad novel, but a disappointing one. Yermakov remains an author to keep an eye on."

                                               

Uovo sbattuto

Uovo sbattuto is an ubiquitous Italian breakfast item dating back to rustic times. Similar to zabaione, uovo sbattuto consists of egg yolk and sugar; items readily available in most villages and farms. In olden times it was considered an easy way ...

                                               

VirtuaVerse

VirtuaVerse is a point-and-click adventure game developed by Theta Division Games and published by Blood Music for Windows. The game is set in the future and features science fiction and cyberpunk elements. It was released on May 12, 2020 on the ...

                                               

Jayden Bartels

Jayden Bartels is an American social media personality, YouTuber and actress. She has over 708.000 subscribers on YouTube and known for her roles on Disney XDs Walk the Prank, Nickelodeons Nicky, Ricky, Dicky, and Dawn and currently Disney Channe ...

                                               

Book Review (disambiguation)

Book review is a form of literary criticism in which a book is analyzed based on content, style, and merit. Book Review may refer to: Electronic Book Review Tulsa Book Review Australian Book Review Weekly Comic Book Review Black Issues Book Revie ...

                                               

Bobby Finger

Bobby Finger is an American journalist, podcaster, pop culture critic, businessman, and house music producer. He hosts the popular Who? Weekly podcast with his friend and fellow writer Lindsey Weber. Fingers bylines have appeared in New York Maga ...

                                               

Not My Responsibility

Not My Responsibility is a short film written and produced by American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish. Not My Responsibility depicts Billie Eilish undressing to a commentary made by herself, addressing and criticizing public perception and opini ...

                                               

The People Who Couldn’t Remember

The People Who Couldn’t Remember was an unproduced 1966, Doctor Who serial written by Malcolm Hulke and David Ellis, and was to feature the First Doctor, Ben, and Polly.

                                               

Eileen Chandler

Chandler was born in London and studied art at the Hornsey School of Art from where she won a scholarship to the Royal Academy Schools. In 1930 she married Roland Chandler who was an illustrator for The Strand Magazine and who died during World W ...

                                               

Richard Wald

Richard Wald is an American television executive who served as the president of NBC News from 1973 to 1977 and senior vice president of ABC News until 1998.

                                               

Bolto

Bolto may refer to: Bolto Te, track 9 in Ishq Wala Love "El Bolto Del Fuego" episode 10 in Bolts and Blip Laevar Bolto, character in DC Comics Colin Bolto, coach for Noarlunga United Paisa Bolto Aahe, a 1943 film directed by Vishram Bedekar Aarsa ...

                                               

GBHS

Glace Bay High School, Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada Granite Bay High School, Granite Bay, California, United States Grand Blanc Community High School, Grand Blanc, Michigan, United States Gold Beach High School, Gold Beach, Oregon, United State ...

                                               

Rainbow Falls

Rainbow Falls is the name of several waterfalls: New Zealand: Rainbow Falls Waianiwaniwa, at Kerikeri Aniwaniwa Falls Rainbow Falls near Lake Waikaremoana Canada: Rainbow Falls, British Columbia United States: Rainbow Falls California, Devils Pos ...

                                               

Shooting of Sean Monterrosa

On June 2, 2020, Sean Monterrosa, a 22-year-old Latino American man, was fatally shot by Vallejo police officer Jarrett Tonn. Monterrosa was on his knees and had his hands above his waist when Tonn shot him through his windshield. The police late ...

                                               

FanCentro

FanCentro is a subscription-based website platform created in 2017 to help adult film performers and others sell access to their private social media accounts. Due to rampant deplatforming and shadow banning of sex-related content, the platform n ...

                                               

Mackinlee Bryann Waddell

Mackinlee Bryann Waddell is an American actress who is best known for her recurring role as Mckinney Peacham in the ABC series GCB, a comedy-drama in 2012 produced by Aaron Kaplan and Darren Star and starred alongside Kristen Chenoweth, Jennifer ...

                                               

Domesticated (Sebastien Tellier album)

Domesticated is the seventh studio album by French musician Sebastien Tellier. It was released on 29 May 2020 under Record Makers. The album was originally scheduled for release at the end of April 2020, but got pushed back to 29 May 2020 due to ...

                                               

Haithem Laamouz

Haithem Laamouz is a Maltese professional boxer. He has held the WBC Mediterranean super featherweight title since 2019, and previously the OPBF junior welterweight title in 2017. As an amateur, he represented his country in the lightweight event ...

                                               

Anthony Hernandez (fighter)

Anthony Hernandez is an American mixed martial artist currently competing as a Middleweight with the Ultimate Fighting Championship. A professional since 2014, he has also competed with Global Knockout and Legacy Fighting Alliance.

                                               

Victers TV

VICTERS is an edutainment channel in Malayalam language operated by KITE under the Department of General and Higher Education and is wholly owned by the Government of Kerala. The channel is headquartered in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. KITE is the ...

                                               

Tu Ashi Jawali Raha

Tu Ashi Jawali Raha is a Marathi language serial on Zee Yuva. It stars Titiksha Tawde in lead role. The show premiered in October 2018 and went off air in December 2019. The show received good TRP.

                                               

Devi Adi Parashakti

Devi Adi Parashakti is a mythological television serial which aired on the Dangal TV. Rati Pandey is playing the titular role of Devi Adi Parashakti in this television serial. The first episode of the show aired on 10 February 2020. The show is c ...

                                               

Mohamed Ashik

Mohamed Ashik is a World Record Holder and a child prodigy from India. Mohamed Ashik became the youngest world map memorizer in the world at the age of six. He is a public orator and motivational speaker. Ashik was titled "Genius" at the Pogo Ama ...

                                               

HD 203030

HD 203030 is a single orange K-type main-sequence, located approximately 128 light-years away in the constellation of Vulpecula, taking its primary name from its Henry Draper Catalogue designation.