International film events – Carolina Film And Video Festival http://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 22:08:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-55.png International film events – Carolina Film And Video Festival http://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/ 32 32 Upcoming WISH events use art to highlight major health issues https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/upcoming-wish-events-use-art-to-highlight-major-health-issues/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 15:25:00 +0000 https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/upcoming-wish-events-use-art-to-highlight-major-health-issues/ ]]> ]]> Wide range of events organized for Culture Night https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/wide-range-of-events-organized-for-culture-night/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 12:05:39 +0000 https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/wide-range-of-events-organized-for-culture-night/ Film screenings, poetry readings, traditional music sessions and a Gaeltacht pop-up take place across Kerry for Culture Night. Nationally, 17 hundred events are taking place to mark the event which celebrates culture, creativity and the arts. A wide range of events take place in Kerry for Culture Night. Among them are an outdoor film screening […]]]>

Film screenings, poetry readings, traditional music sessions and a Gaeltacht pop-up take place across Kerry for Culture Night.

Nationally, 17 hundred events are taking place to mark the event which celebrates culture, creativity and the arts.

A wide range of events take place in Kerry for Culture Night.

Among them are an outdoor film screening in Tralee Town Square from 8pm; it is organized by the Kerry International Film Festival and will feature a series of short films, in Irish and English.

A poetry reading by Kerry poets Eileen Sheehan and John W. Sexton will take place at the Killarney Department of Culture from 7am, while there will be traditional music, dancing and sean nós singing at the Kerry Writers’ Museum in Listowel from 6.30pm.

The Wren Boys tradition will also be carried on at The Square, Listowel with festivities kicking off there at 8.30pm.

In Tralee, people can enjoy a VIP tour of Siamsa Tíre from 5pm, while a fire show will take place at the Goose Island site in Tralee and there will be a Gaeltacht pop-up at The Fertha, Cahersiveen from 9pm.

Other events are taking place across the county and full details can be found here.

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New Events Announced This Fall at Soaring Eagle Properties https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/new-events-announced-this-fall-at-soaring-eagle-properties/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 21:23:17 +0000 https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/new-events-announced-this-fall-at-soaring-eagle-properties/ Soaring Eagle is always hosting something fun at its water park, hotel and casino. September 23 and 24 is Take Me to the Ball Game Weekend. Children will be able to make jerseys and baseball magnets. A few activities include a baseball pitching game and a baseball word search. Mom ‘N Tots or Pops Too […]]]>

Soaring Eagle is always hosting something fun at its water park, hotel and casino.

September 23 and 24 is Take Me to the Ball Game Weekend. Children will be able to make jerseys and baseball magnets. A few activities include a baseball pitching game and a baseball word search.

Mom ‘N Tots or Pops Too is back! Get a day pass for just $12 per person. The offer is valid Monday through Thursday, now through October 20. Reserve your pass by calling (989)-817-4801.

Join the Soaring Eagle Water Park if you dare for the Spooktacular Buffet every Friday and Saturday at the family restaurant starting September 30. or-dealer, and much more.

Go from Halloween to Christmas! A Johnny Mathis Christmas arrives at Entertainment Hall on December 3. Celebrating 66 years in the music industry, legendary singer Johnny Mathis has performed songs in an incredible variety of styles and categories, from music composed for stage and film to age-old jazz standards. ‘gold. . He will perform some of his greatest Christmas hits and personal favourites.

Switching to a different genre, Loverboy with special guest Night Ranger will be coming to the casino and resort on December 9. For over 40 years, Loverboy has “worked for the weekend”, delighting audiences around the world. With their red leather pants, bandanas, big rock round and high energy gigs, Loverboy has sold over 10 million albums.

Alice in Chains, Breaking Benjamin, Bush and Plush arrive on the Soaring Eagle outdoor stage on September 23. Alice in Chains is an American rock band from Seattle, formed in 1987 by guitarist and vocalist Jerry Cantrell and drummer Sean Kinney. They rose to international fame as part of the grunge movement of the early 90s and have sold over 30 million records worldwide. Tickets are still available for purchase.

Get ready for Bourbon and Bacon on September 24. The Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort will transform its entertainment room into a delicious tasting festival! Taste bacon-themed dishes at top restaurants in the area, complete with a drinks pack featuring the finest spirits and mixers. For VIPs, it’s $125 at the door, which opens at 6 p.m. General Admission
is $75 at the door and doors open at 6:30.

To get tickets to these and other shows, visit etix.com or the Soaring Eagle box office.

This segment is sponsored by Soaring Eagle Waterpark and Hotel.

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The DTES Heart of the City Festival will feature over 100 events throughout the Downtown Eastside from October 26 to November 6 https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/the-dtes-heart-of-the-city-festival-will-feature-over-100-events-throughout-the-downtown-eastside-from-october-26-to-november-6/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 18:07:25 +0000 https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/the-dtes-heart-of-the-city-festival-will-feature-over-100-events-throughout-the-downtown-eastside-from-october-26-to-november-6/ Vancouver Mobile Theaterin association with the Carnegie Community Center and the Association of United Ukrainian Canadians, will present the 19th edition Downtown Eastside Heart of the City Festival from October 26 to November 6. This year’s festival will focus on listening to and learning from the lived wisdom and cultural practices of Downtown Eastside community […]]]>

Vancouver Mobile Theaterin association with the Carnegie Community Center and the Association of United Ukrainian Canadians, will present the 19th edition Downtown Eastside Heart of the City Festival from October 26 to November 6.

This year’s festival will focus on listening to and learning from the lived wisdom and cultural practices of Downtown Eastside community organizations, artists and cultural circles, and will feature music, stories, poetry, theatre, film, dance, readings, forums, gallery exhibitions, art lectures and historical walks.

The lexwst’í:lem drumming group.
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The festival kicks off October 26 at 4 p.m. with the launch of “The Gathering,” a triptych mural created in 2016 by Richard Tetraultenriched with seven new panels by Tetrault, Charlene Johnny, Marissa Nahaneeand jerry whitehead. According to a press release, the mural “pays homage to past and present DTES artists and activists, as well as the diverse cultures and heritage of the Downtown Eastside.” During the free launch, the public can meet the artists and hear the stories behind the mural.

Other highlights of the DTES Heart of the City Festival include:

Honoring Our Grandmothers’ Healing Journey – Keeping the Fires Burning“Through ceremonies, cultural teachings, spoken word, visual art exhibits and ArtTalks, we honor the grandmothers who came to our community from the indigenous nations of the region. of the Thompson/Fraser River watershed.”

Intangible Treasures of the Downtown Eastside (Zoom Shadow Two): “An online collection of short, evocative shadow pieces created on Zoom by seven Downtown Eastside residents who explore personal intangible treasures that give them strength.”

Author and journalist Travis Lupick.
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Light Up the Night – Conversation with Travis Lupick: “Author, journalist and alumnus straight georgia Staff member Travis Lupick shares stories from his recent book, Light Up the Night: America’s Drug Overdose Crisis and Addicts Fighting for Survival. »

IronFest III: “A three-night series of bands and improvised music combining a diverse cast of international and local musicians, including artists tied to the community and cultures of the Downtown Eastside.”

Housing justice with SRO tenants: “An interactive dialogue and film screening in collaboration with The Right to Remain Research Collective and filmmaker Eliot Galán, featuring SRO (Single Room Occupancy) tenant researchers whose stories spark moments of collective learning.”

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The prop master’s dream: “A new fusion opera produced by Vancouver Cantonese Opera inspired by the extraordinary true story of Wah-Kwan Gwan (1929-2000), a little-known Chinese opera prop man born to a Chinese father and an Aboriginal mother .”

Tribute to writers from the Downtown Eastside: “Celebrating the writers and poets past and present who frame our community with their powerful thoughts, words, ideas, support and encouragement.”

For more information about the festival and to purchase tickets, visit the website here.

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Your Weekly Chattanooga Area Event Planner (Including Fall Show, Alice Cooper, Ironman) https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/your-weekly-chattanooga-area-event-planner-including-fall-show-alice-cooper-ironman/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 16:00:10 +0000 https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/your-weekly-chattanooga-area-event-planner-including-fall-show-alice-cooper-ironman/ Advertising Advertising September 17, 2022 at 12:00 by Lisa Denton Staff photo by Matt Hamilton /Park volunteers fire a 12-pound howitzer Sept. 18, 2021, during artillery demonstrations for the 158th anniversary of the Battle of Chickamauga. This year, the artillery demonstrations are scheduled at Winfrey Field at the Chickamauga Battlefield at 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 […]]]>

September 17, 2022 at 12:00

Staff photo by Matt Hamilton /Park volunteers fire a 12-pound howitzer Sept. 18, 2021, during artillery demonstrations for the 158th anniversary of the Battle of Chickamauga. This year, the artillery demonstrations are scheduled at Winfrey Field at the Chickamauga Battlefield at 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, September 18. Other programs commemorating the 159th anniversary of the Civil War battle continue through Tuesday, September 20.

Here’s what’s happening in the Chattanooga area this week.

GOOD TO KNOW

The first day of fall arrives at 9:03 p.m. Thursday in the Northern Hemisphere, though a look around the landscape shows that the oaks and maples haven’t gotten the message yet. If you want a way to tell when the leaves will start to change, the 2022 fall foliage map published by smokymountains.com gives the outlook for the entire United States. The interactive map plots the full progress for each region, county by county. In the Chattanooga area we will wait until the week of October 31st for the best leaf preview, a little earlier for higher elevations. A disclaimer says the map won’t be 100% accurate, but is meant to help travelers “better plan their trips to have the best opportunity to catch the max color each year.”

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EEF 2022 serves as a platform for Russian Arctic Council Chairmanship events https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/eef-2022-serves-as-a-platform-for-russian-arctic-council-chairmanship-events/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 05:45:55 +0000 https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/eef-2022-serves-as-a-platform-for-russian-arctic-council-chairmanship-events/ Russia | India (NewsSee) Several events of the Russian Chairmanship of the Arctic Council in 2021-2023 took place during the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok from September 5 to 8. The participants of the event discussed various issues regarding the development of health care, economy, creative industries, as well as ways to attract investment to […]]]>

Russia | India (NewsSee) Several events of the Russian Chairmanship of the Arctic Council in 2021-2023 took place during the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok from September 5 to 8. The participants of the event discussed various issues regarding the development of health care, economy, creative industries, as well as ways to attract investment to the region. Presidency events are organized by the Roscongress Foundation.

“Holding events dedicated to the Arctic agenda at major events like the Eastern Economic Forum is an important step in the development of the region. Thanks to the discussions during EEF 2022, we managed to increase the number of company representatives interested in various projects in this region. The Arctic zone of Russia can only be developed with extensive cooperation between the state, business and various organizations and entities. We will definitely continue to help bring attention to the Russian Arctic on various business and cultural platforms,” said Anton Kobyakov, Advisor to the Russian President and Executive Secretary of the EEF Organizing Committee. One of the key events of the Russian Chairmanship of the Arctic Council during the EEF 2022 was the Business Breakfast Conference “Investment and Trade in the Arctic”. Participants discussed the operation of the two preferential regimes in the Far East (Advanced Special Economic Zones and Vladivostok Free Port) and the Russian Federation’s Arctic Zone regime specially developed for the Far North. Experts from leading Russian companies and specialized agencies also discussed Russia’s prospects for cooperation with foreign partners in the Arctic and opportunities for developing the Northern Sea Route while building new logistics chains. . “The development of Arctic infrastructure as a whole and the Northern Sea Route in particular is one of the global challenges facing our country. Another equally important objective is to attract citizens to the region and involve them in improving various aspects of life in the Arctic. The Ministry of Development of the Russian Far East will not only continue to improve support mechanisms for the inhabitants of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation, but will also provide all the necessary conditions for the sustainable development of the indigenous peoples of the North. said Russian Far East and Arctic Development Minister Alexey Chekunkov. At the conference “Creating a healthy society in the Far East and the Arctic”, experts from companies and specialized agencies discussed ways to safeguard the health of children and families, improve the situation demographic in Russia and changing the destructive behaviors of people that lead to a large proportion of the deaths in the country among people of working age between the ages of 40 and 60. One of the themes of the event was the role of women in the implementation of public projects aimed at promoting a healthy lifestyle in remote areas. Conference participants also discussed issues such as the quality, accessibility and safety of medical care. A meeting of the Arctic Economic Council, which Russia will also chair in 2021-2023, discussed key aspects of cooperation with Asian partners, including the development of transport along the Northern Sea Route, energy and mining. Another important element of the EEF 2022 Arctic agenda was the Creative Business Forum “Socio-Cultural Development of the Northern Regions”, which was launched within the framework of the Russian Chairmanship of the Arctic Council. The main themes of the Forum’s business program were the socio-cultural development of the northern regions and the region’s promising creative industries. In particular, discussions during the Forum sessions focused on the specificities of developing northern cities, the industrial design of the Arctic, the traditions of indigenous peoples, tourism, the impact of technology on life in the North , the regional film and animation industry and the national cuisine. . Other sessions focused on the social aspects of supporting youth and Indigenous peoples. The soul of Russia. The North’ Youth Multimedia and Discussion Campus was organized within the framework of the Creative Business Forum, with the support of the Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the Ministry of Russian Far East and Arctic Development , and the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District – Yugra. The campus had a press center for young people, presented various multimedia projects and an interactive map, and organized master classes in the making of amulets, national dolls, wood and bone carving and processing leather and birch bark. Public talks with representatives of the creative sector took place in the discussion area. Also, during the pilot ‘Soul of Russia. At the Northern Audiovisual Culture Festival, EEF attendees were able to experience the modern cultural achievements of the northern regions and experience the centuries-old traditions and epics of the northern indigenous peoples performed by prominent young artists. Sessions of the Creative Business Forum held outside of the business program took place at the “Far East Street” exhibition in the pavilion of the House of Indigenous Peoples – a new platform dedicated to the culture of indigenous peoples of the North. Session participants discussed the fundamentals of networking, ethno-cultural heritage and ESG trends in the context of sustainable development of Indigenous peoples. The EEF also continued the Arctic theme with sessions of the analytical project “Think Arctic – Think Global”, which was implemented within the framework of the Russian Presidency. The discussion focused on various ways to develop cooperation between different Arctic countries given the current situation in the world. “This year, the Eastern Economic Forum was held under the motto “The Path to a Multipolar World”. Discussions on international issues that took place during the Forum identified specific ways to develop cooperation with countries in the Asia-Pacific region in various sectors, including in the context of the environmental agenda, energy and maritime transport. Russia is ready to intensify full-scale cooperation with all states that share our approaches to sustainable Arctic development,” said Nikolay Korchunov, Russian Foreign Ministry’s Goodwill Ambassador and Chairman of Senior Arctic Officials. .

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The Misleór Festival announces a dynamic program of events https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/the-misleor-festival-announces-a-dynamic-program-of-events/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 12:00:31 +0000 https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/the-misleor-festival-announces-a-dynamic-program-of-events/ The only festival in Ireland that celebrates and connects nomadic cultures around the world will take place at the end of this month, with a dynamic program of events. The 3-day Misleór Festival, which kicks off on Thursday, September 29, features music, theatre, film, poetry and visual arts from the Traveller, Roma, Sámi, Mongolian and […]]]>

The only festival in Ireland that celebrates and connects nomadic cultures around the world will take place at the end of this month, with a dynamic program of events.

The 3-day Misleór Festival, which kicks off on Thursday, September 29, features music, theatre, film, poetry and visual arts from the Traveller, Roma, Sámi, Mongolian and Romany Gypsy communities.

The Misleór Festival kicks off at 6pm on Thursday 29th September at the O’Donoghue Center at the University of Galway.

The event will host guest artists and activists, who will share their thoughts on nomadic identity.

night watch, a brand new play written by Rosaleen McDonagh and directed by Thomas Connors, will be performed each evening at 8 p.m. (September 29 to October 1) at the Mick Lally Theatre.

Featuring an all-traveling cast, the contemporary drama follows the journey of two young adults from different cultural backgrounds as they navigate societal expectations around their relationship.

On Friday, September 30, several public roundtables will take place at the O’Donoghue Theatre.

gArtists, activists and nomadic community leaders from around the world will share diverse perspectives on nomadic identity, discuss cultural rights and the importance of claiming space for nomadism in today’s society.

Organized by Galway Traveler Movement, the panel discussions will feature Lisa Smith (Romany Gypsy), Hamze Bytyçi (Roma), Veronika Patočková (RomaTrial), Oein DeBhairduin (Traveler), Alisi Telengut (Mongolian), Vanessa Paszkowska (Rome), Sharyn Ward (traveller), Timimie Märak (Sami), Axel Olle Sigurd Andersson (Sami) and Steo Wall (Traveller).

On Friday evening, the festival will screen Nomad shorts at 7:30 p.m. An Taibhdhearc.

This special program of short films will explore the rich diversity of nomadic cultures and will include the world premiere of White Beoirsa short documentary directed by local filmmaker PJ Mongan through this year’s Misleór Film Fellowship.

The the screening will be followed by a question-and-answer session with the filmmakers present and an aperitif at the bar.

At 11 a.m. on Saturday, October 1 at the O’Donoghue Center, the Irish Architecture Foundation and special guest Dr Sindy Joyce will present a talk exploring how the creation of nomadic places should be studied and celebrated as part of Ireland’s urban design heritage.

On Saturday afternoon from 1pm at the O’Donoghue Theatre, the festival will feature talented young performers from the Traveler and Mongolian communities of Ireland.

The Beginnings of the Black Gate will feature live performances by young musicians from the local Traveler community, as well as their musical mentor and Traveler artist Steo Wall.

The afternoon program will also include world premiere screenings of three film projects created by young people.

CANT Beat is an original hip-hop track and video featuring words in the Cant language, produced by young Travelers in Loughrea during summer workshops with Atmos Collective.

The screening will also feature a compilation of stop-motion animations made by young people from Mongolian and itinerant communities in Ireland, under the leadership of Mongolian filmmaker Alisi Telengut.

The afternoon will also be include the inspirational short documentary wheel of dreams, in which 9 girls from West Cork’s traveling community bravely set out to explore their creative talents, passions and ambitions.

Illuminated Misleor will be presented from 7.30pm on Saturday 1 October at Raven Terrace, Galway. This stunning outdoor viewing experience features images of nomadic artists and cultures, including the local Traveler community, Tibetan Nomads, Bajau (Sea Nomads) and many more.

An overview showing Illuminated Misleor will also take place on Friday 23rd September (Culture Night) at various locations in Galway City.

The final of the festival, Misleór in songtakes place at Roisin Dubh from 7pm on Saturday October 1st, with an incredible line-up of bands and artists from different nomadic cultures.

Roman Chaja will perform beautiful songs from the rich Roma musical tradition. Sami spoken word artist Timimie Märak will perform his original poetry alongside Sami musician Axel Olle Sigurd Andersson.

The evening will also include performances by musician and wordsmith Steo Wall, and Traveler singer Sharyn Ward, who was a finalist in Ireland’s Got Talent in 2019.

The concert will end with the group Longford Galactic Band, who are sure to have you dancing on your feet with their energetic traditional Roma music.

Plus, Misleór Festival hits the road to visit the Ballinasloe Horse Fair, which is celebrating its three hundred year anniversary.

Monday, October 3, a facility of two wooden horses constructed from recycled materials will be exhibited in Place Saint-Michel, accompanied by tinsmith Tom McDonnell, who will host an interactive tinsmithing workshop.

This installation was developed to celebrate the importance of horses in Traveler and Nomadic cultures and was a collaboration with both Traveler and Mongol members communities and local artist Tommy Casby. Misleór Illuminated will also take place that evening from 8pm at St Michael’s Church, Ballinasloe.

The local Traveler community expresses its rich cultural identity through traditional and contemporary exhibits in nomadic expression, which is an ongoing exhibition in the foyer of the Galway City Museum – available for viewing during museum opening hours.

Misleor (meaning “wanderer” in the Cant Traveler Irish language), celebrates and connects nomadic peoples around the world.

Sstarted in 2019, Misleor is a unique collaboration between local artists and community activists working locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.

The artistic directors are Alice McDowell, independent filmmaker, and Nora Corcoran, community development officer with the Galway Traveler Movement (GTM).

“This unique festival unites us through our distinct cultures, our identity and our nomadic way of life,” said Nora.

“We claim our own space to create a positive narrative through artistic expression. We also use this space to challenge the unjust experience of discrimination, oppression and forced assimilation. The bond between our communities is very strong.

Misleor is co-funded by The Arts Council as part of their Festival Investment Scheme. Other funding partners include Galway Traveler Movement, Galway City of Film, Ardán, Department of Culture, Screen Ireland, Galway City Council, Creative Ireland, The Black Gate, Music Generation Galway City and Community Knowledge Initiative, University of Galway.

For full program details, visit misleor.ie.

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Mademoiselle and MARBL organize exclusive TIFF events https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/mademoiselle-and-marbl-organize-exclusive-tiff-events/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 18:30:00 +0000 https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/mademoiselle-and-marbl-organize-exclusive-tiff-events/ TORONTO, Sept. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In an official partnership with TIFF, two of Toronto’s hippest hotspots, Mademoiselle Raw Bar + Grill and MARBL Restaurant, are celebrating the Festival in style with exclusive events, speaker panels, and partnerships with some of the biggest names in the industry. Both restaurants will host events focused on […]]]>

TORONTO, Sept. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In an official partnership with TIFF, two of Toronto’s hippest hotspots, Mademoiselle Raw Bar + Grill and MARBL Restaurant, are celebrating the Festival in style with exclusive events, speaker panels, and partnerships with some of the biggest names in the industry. Both restaurants will host events focused on celebrating and uplifting BIPOC creators throughout the Festival.

This morning, social media giant, Twitter, presented its live-streamed panel of speakers with the cast of The female king, with Oscar winner Viola Davis and Star Wars’ John Boyega, from Mademoiselle’s main dining room. The panel discussed the importance of highlighting moments in history that portray the struggle, courage and perseverance of Black women, too often overlooked. The female king is an epic story inspired by the true experiences of the Kingdom of Dahomey, one of the most powerful African states of the 18th and 19th centuries.

Earlier this week, TIFF CEO Cameron Bailey welcomed some of Toronto’s top creatives to MARBL to kick off the Festival. The event was followed by an official TIFF launch cocktail at Mademoiselle on September 8, in partnership with ETALK and hosted by Tyrone Edwards. Additionally, Sanaa Lathan (Love & Basketball, Succession) celebrated her directorial debut, On the way up, with a post-premiere screening party at MARBL. Lathan’s parents, actress Eleanor McCoy and director Stan Lathan, were on hand to support their daughter, and her brother, Tendaji Lathan, hosted the party.

“We designed Mademoiselle and MARBL to be spaces where attendees could enjoy the Festival, and for filmmakers, creators and production companies to host exclusive parties to celebrate their hard work,” said Peter Girges, owner of the Mademoiselle restaurant and MARBL. “As we enter the 2nd year as an Official Hospitality Partner of TIFF, we celebrate this important event in our city and raise a toast to all talented creators.”

Both venues benefited from the after-hours city extension, keeping the festivities running until 4 a.m. for the duration of TIFF.

Pillar of the Mademoiselle Festival, The Penthousean invitation-only lounge created exclusively for filmmakers, actors, film industry players and trend setters in the city for the Toronto International Film Festival to relax and celebrate, is open nightly until at 4 a.m. until September 18. Mademoiselle’s interior has been adapted to accommodate this unique experience, including additional security, a two-step entry process and a specialty menu.

About MARBL Restaurant
MARBL Restaurant is perfectly nestled on King West; welcoming culinary scholars, cocktail connoisseurs and design purveyors. Located at 455 King Street West, MARBL opened in 2018 and has been a Toronto favorite ever since.

About Mademoiselle Raw Bar + Grill
Brought to you by the owners of MARBL, Mademoiselle offers an exquisite range of dishes in a social and festive atmosphere that is the perfect place for any occasion. Opened in May 2022, Mademoiselle is located in one of Toronto’s most vibrant neighborhoods at 563 King Street West. Inspired by the vibrancy and cuisine of the European coast, Mademoiselle offers a bold and stylish experience that has earned it a premier spot in Toronto for dining and cocktails.

Media Contact
Alessandra Seca, Public Relations Account Manager
Blue Door Agency
alessandra@bluedoor.agency
(647) 204-4657

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Guide to events and shows across the Harrogate district https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/guide-to-events-and-shows-across-the-harrogate-district/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 13:13:00 +0000 https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/guide-to-events-and-shows-across-the-harrogate-district/ Behind the Canvas – An exhibition by Joash Woodrow starts this Saturday at 108 Fine Art, Cold Bath Road, Harrogate. Friday September 9-Sunday September 18: The Harrogate Civic Society presents Heritage Open Days at various locations in Harrogate to celebrate the history, culture and architecture of the area. Friday, September 9, 7:30 p.m.: Saturday 10 […]]]>
Behind the Canvas – An exhibition by Joash Woodrow starts this Saturday at 108 Fine Art, Cold Bath Road, Harrogate.

Friday September 9-Sunday September 18:

The Harrogate Civic Society presents Heritage Open Days at various locations in Harrogate to celebrate the history, culture and architecture of the area.

Friday, September 9, 7:30 p.m.:

Saturday 10 September-Friday 30 September: Behind the Canvas – Joash Woodrow at 108 Fine Art, Cold Bath Road, Harrogate.

Saturday, September 10, 7:30 p.m.:

Ripon International Festivals presents A Latin American Musical Journey with guitarist Morgan Szymansk at Kirkby Malzeard Church.

Monday, September 12, 7:30 p.m.:

Harrogate Film Society presents Parallel Mothers (age 15, Spain, subtitled) at the Harrogate Odeon. Non-members are welcome.

From Tuesday September 13 to Saturday September 17, 7:30 p.m.:

Friday, September 16, 7:30 p.m.:

Ripon International Festivals presents The After Hours Quintet at Fewston Church.

Friday, September 16, 7:45 p.m.:

Dunstan Bruce (ex-Chumbawamba) – Am I Invisible Still, plus a Q&A show at the Harrogate Studio Theatre.

Friday, September 16, 8:15 p.m.:

Singer Micky Stockburn at the Frazer Theatre, Knaresborough.

Friday, September 16, various times:

Harrogate Theater Tours for Heritage Open Day.

Saturday, September 17, 7:00 p.m.:

Yorkshire based band Willful Missing + support backed by Kevin McSherry at Grewelthorpe Village Hall.

Saturday, September 17, 8:00 p.m.:

Ripley Live presents The Gerry Jablonski Band at Ripley Town Hall.

Saturday, September 17, 8:00 p.m.:

Willful Missing, a highly acclaimed acoustic/Americana folk band at Grewelthorpe Village Hall.

Saturday, September 17, 7:30 p.m.:

The Ripon International Festival presents The Black Dyke Band at Holy Trinity Church.

From Monday September 19 to Sunday September 25:

Harrogate Beer Week with tastings, takeovers and live music at various bars and venues.

Monday 19 September, 2.30 p.m./7.30 p.m.:

Harrogate Film Society & Harrogate Civic Society present ‘Harrogate on Film’ at the Odeon.

From Tuesday September 20 to Saturday September 24, 7:30 p.m.:

Harrogate Theater Rep presents Gaslight. More morning on Saturday.

Thursday September 22-October 8:

Yorkshire Rocks & Dinghy Fights exhibition with Jim Moir (Vic Reeves) at RedHouse Originals Gallery, Cheltenham Mount, Harrogate.

Thursday, September 22, 7:30 p.m.:

Entertainers present Don’t Stop Believin’ 80s rock anthems music show at the Royal Hall, Harrogate.

Thursday, September 22, 7:30 p.m.:

Berwins Salon North at the Crown Hotel, Harrogate with Rob Cowen, Professor Bobby Duffy and Hannah Rose Wood.

Friday, September 23, 7:00 p.m.:

Cause UK presents the world premiere of The Man Who Captured Sunlight, the story of Samson Fox, at the Royal Hall, Harrogate.

Saturday, September 24, 8:00 p.m.:

Sarah Millican – Bobby Dazzler at the Royal Hall, Harrogate.

Sunday, September 25, 7:30 p.m.:

The Story of the Soul with Britain’s Got Talent’s Mel Day at the Royal Hall, Harrogate.

Sunday, September 25, 8:00 p.m.:

Ripon International Festivals presents The Often Herd – Bluegrass Band at Helperby Millennium Hall.

From Tuesday September 27 to Saturday October 1, 7:30 p.m.:

Harrogate Theater Rep presents Men of the World at the Harrogate Theatre. More on Saturday morning.

Wednesday, September 28, 7:45 p.m.:

One-woman show Angel, part of Henry Naylor’s hit Edinburgh Fringe trilogy Arabian Nightmares, at the Harrogate Studio Theatre.

From Friday 30 September to Sunday 9 October

Wetherby Festival. Various events and places.

Saturday, October 1, 7:30 p.m.:

Ripon International Festivals presents Janusz Piotrowicz Chopin’s recital at Holy Trinity Church in Ripon.

From Monday October 4 to Saturday October 16:

Harrogate Comedy Festival with various comedy shows at the Harrogate Theater and Royal Hall including Maisie Adam, Jason Byrne and Jenny Eclair.

Friday, October 7, 8:30 p.m.:

Frazer Theater Comedy Club in Knaresborough with Ed Aczel, Simon Donald, Kate Martin and James Meehan.

Saturday, October 8, 7:30 p.m.:

Harrogate Band in concert at Starbeck Methodist Church.

Saturday, October 15, 7:30 p.m.:

Ripon Live Music presents folk group Faustus at the Ripon Arts Hub.

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Romsey Show reveals family and farming events https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/romsey-show-reveals-family-and-farming-events/ Sun, 04 Sep 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://carolinafilmandvideofestival.org/romsey-show-reveals-family-and-farming-events/ THE Romsey Show – organized by the Romsey and Agricultural Horse Show Society – is back with a host of family and farming activities. The Romsey Show will start at 8am on Saturday September 10 at Broadlands Estate and run until 6pm. READ MORE: The Romsey Show at Broadlands Park is back and better than […]]]>

THE Romsey Show – organized by the Romsey and Agricultural Horse Show Society – is back with a host of family and farming activities.

The Romsey Show will start at 8am on Saturday September 10 at Broadlands Estate and run until 6pm.

READ MORE: The Romsey Show at Broadlands Park is back and better than ever

  • Entertainment for all ages

Parade of Classic Machines and Cars – 5:00 p.m. in the President’s Main Ring
History of the forge – Military farriers
The Mole Show – a fun educational show about the life of the humble mole!
New forestry tractor and engine club
Heath Classic Car Club Locks
Fire Services Preservation Group
Portsmouth City Fanciers Rabbits and Guinea Pigs
Portsmouth City Poultry Fanciers
artistic tent
fairground
Experience the Valley Arts Bus with arts activities for children
Shopping and craft tents plus plenty of stores outside
Wessex Film & Sound Archive Team with their mobile cinema
Chainsaw carving demonstration

The countryside area, full of animals.
The Sheep Show, several shows throughout the day.
Grand cattle parade taking place in the arenas at 3 p.m.
Parade of heavy horses and participation in the President’s main ring at 3:45 p.m.
Reptile area.
Variety of horse, donkey, sheep and cattle lessons, plus show jumping in the main chairman’s ring.
Popell Barns Mobile Farm where visitors can meet the animals up close.

Hampshire Chronicle:

Agility zone for dogs
Fly Ball Dog
Falcon high
Misselchalke hunting dogs
B&K Terrier Racing Team
Jacks Bush Forge (blacksmith)
The Family Dog Show (details below)
dog race
Solent Land Rover Club
Hammond Angora goats

Hampshire Chronicle:

Food trade stalls selling a mix of local and international produce
Skills Kitchen with Hampshire’s top chefs run by Hampshire Fare
honey tent
Children’s kitchen
Floral art tent
Beggar’s Fair performance area and picnic area

Find out more at romseyshow.co.uk

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