The Cinematic Vision of Henry Lawson Diana Figgis Where Dead Men Lie is a fifteen-minute film from 1972 based on Henry Lawson’s 1897 short story “The Australian Cinematograph”. The film was made to mark the fiftieth anniversary of Lawson’s death, at Abbotsford in Sydney, on September 2, 1922, and features the voices of the actorsContinue reading “Literature”
Denzel Washington turns NYT interview into Christian sermon: ‘In heaven, there are going to be two lines, the long line and the short line, and I’m interested in being in the short line’
News Actor Denzel Washington, 66, spared no details on his Christian faith during a recent interview with the New York Times. What are the details? For a discussion about his latest film, “The Tragedy of Macbeth,” Washington told Times interviewer Maureen Dowd that his sole focus for his remaining time on earth is to “attemptContinue reading “Denzel Washington turns NYT interview into Christian sermon: ‘In heaven, there are going to be two lines, the long line and the short line, and I’m interested in being in the short line’”
Published on February 07, 2020 Having performed in sold-out arenas across the globe as one-half of renowned duo 2CELLOS, HAUSER now takes the next step in his already successful career with today’s release of CLASSIC, his debut solo album for Sony Classical. Available everywhere now, Classic includes some of the most beloved classical melodies everContinue reading “Acclaimed Cellist Stjepan Hauser Debuts New Album “Classic” and Video “Air on a G String””
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