‘I am barely alive’: war reporter’s Angola memoir made into animated film

Another Day of Life also uses documentary to translate the horror and poetry of Ryszard Kapuciskis book In November 1975, fight for independence that would become one of the many proxy battlefields of the war was intensifying and, after three months spent on dangerous roads and in a capital city…

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David Goldblatt’s photographs: documenting the casual horror of apartheid South Africa

Goldblatts photographs capture the understated unease of living an ordinary life in a society that was anything but normal The photograph makes me squirm. Four young women, cling-wrapped in awkward swimsuits and perched on high heels, stand on display. One smirks, the other three look unsure. They clutch their competition…

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Amber Heard’s legal team condemns Johnny Depp abuse denials

Depps baseless comments to GQ magazine disregard confidentiality agreements in divorce settlement, say ex-wifes lawyers Amber Heards legal team have attacked British GQ magazine forA statement quoted by the Hollywood Reporter says: If GQ had done even a basic investigation into Mr Depps claims, it would have quickly realised that…

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Predictably, America wasn’t thrilled with the nationwide Presidential Alert test

The emergency alert test heard 'round the country.Image: FEMA At 2:18 pm ET on Wednesday, cell phones across the country buzzed with a Presidential Alert emergency test from President Donald Trump. It was part of the first-ever national test of the Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) system, part of a pair…

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This EgyptAir ‘interview’ with Drew Barrymore is beyond weird

A weird Drew Barrymore interview is making the rounds on the internet.Image: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic An interview (supposedly) with Drew Barrymore has gone viral but not for the reasons you might expect.   The feature in EgyptAir’s Horus magazine — which has been described as “surreal” and “fake” — is full of…

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