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‘The Apprentice’: Jeremy Strong Compares Ali Abbasi’s Film To ‘Midnight Cowboy,’ Describes His Roy Cohn As “A Heart-Of-Darkness Heart Donor” - theplaylist.net - Denmark
theplaylist.net
16.05.2024 / 14:11

‘The Apprentice’: Jeremy Strong Compares Ali Abbasi’s Film To ‘Midnight Cowboy,’ Describes His Roy Cohn As “A Heart-Of-Darkness Heart Donor”

As the 77th Cannes Film Festival gets underway, there are plenty of obvious frontrunners for the coveted Palme d’Or. But don’t count out Ali Abbasi‘s “The Apprentice” as a dark horse pick to win the festival’s top prize.

Irvines Bakery scoops host of prizes at prestigious Scottish Baker of the Year Awards - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - France - Scotland - Denmark
dailyrecord.co.uk
16.05.2024 / 12:23

Irvines Bakery scoops host of prizes at prestigious Scottish Baker of the Year Awards

Irvines Bakery of Beith scooped awards across four categories at the prestigious Scottish Baker of the Year 2024/25 Awards in Glasgow.

Listen to the bumper playlist of every NME Cover star - www.nme.com - China - Denmark - Singapore
nme.com
16.05.2024 / 10:33

Listen to the bumper playlist of every NME Cover star

The Cover Turns 1, a toast to the relaunch of the editorial property that seeks to champion rising and emerging talent from across the globe.The Cover Turns 1 playlist – featuring all 49 artists who have appeared on The Cover since its launch on May 29, 2023 – is available to listen to below.The playlist features songs by artists such as Chappell Roan, Ashnikko, Blondshell and more, as well as DIY and unsigned acts including Picture Parlour and this week’s Cover star, Songer.The Cover Turns 1 is a month of celebrations that will look back at the incredible new talent NME has championed on The Cover in its first year, with new content that includes Life Since The Cover (exploring milestones artists have hit since their cover debuted), Cover To Cover (cover stars on cover stars) and Behind The Cover (a behind the scenes look at the creative process).Relaunched on May 29 2023, The Cover is dedicated to championing the most exciting emerging artists on earth and connecting them with NME’s global audience of millions of music fans. From soon-to-be superstars to the unsigned and DIY heroes making waves in their respective scenes, all have a place on The Cover.

Studiocanal Takes UK & Ireland For Ali Abbasi’s Cannes Title ‘The Apprentice’ - deadline.com - Britain - Ireland - Canada - county Ross - Denmark - county Lee - county Sherman - county Hunt
deadline.com
16.05.2024 / 08:07

Studiocanal Takes UK & Ireland For Ali Abbasi’s Cannes Title ‘The Apprentice’

Studiocanal has acquired UK and Ireland rights for Ali Abbasi’s Cannes Palme d’Or contender The Apprentice.

Eurovision bosses defend disqualifying The Netherlands’ contestant Joost Klein - www.nme.com - Sweden - Netherlands
nme.com
15.05.2024 / 09:15

Eurovision bosses defend disqualifying The Netherlands’ contestant Joost Klein

Eurovision bosses have defended the recent decision to disqualify Joost Klein from the 2024 final.The 26-year-old singer was selected to represent the Netherlands with his song ‘Europapa’ for this year’s edition of the song contest, but was withdrawn from the competition just hours before Saturday’s final (May 11).The incident marked the first time in the competition’s 68-year history that an act had been disqualified after reaching the Grand Final.

Director Magnus Von Horn Steps Up To The Cannes Competition With ‘The Girl With The Needle’: “It Was A Story That Provoked Me Very Deeply” — Ones To Watch - deadline.com - Sweden - Denmark - Poland
deadline.com
15.05.2024 / 07:15

Director Magnus Von Horn Steps Up To The Cannes Competition With ‘The Girl With The Needle’: “It Was A Story That Provoked Me Very Deeply” — Ones To Watch

In 2020, Magnus von Horn was excited to find that his film Sweat had been accepted into the Official Selection at Cannes, a big step up from his debut, The Here After, which made Directors’ Fortnight in 2015. The pandemic put an end to that, but his disappointment was short-lived; this year, his dark atmospheric follow-up, The Girl With the Needle, sees him joining the big league. “This is huge to me,” he beams. “The main competition!”

Up-and-Coming European Producers Pitch Their Projects in Cannes (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Italy - Austria - Belgium - Denmark - Cyprus - Bulgaria - Croatia
variety.com
15.05.2024 / 06:59

Up-and-Coming European Producers Pitch Their Projects in Cannes (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor European Film Promotion is playing host at the Cannes Film Festival to 20 up-and-coming European producers, selected for its Producers on the Move program. Variety invited the producers to share details of their upcoming projects. Katharina Posch, Austria“I’m Not Here to Make Friends”Director: Julia Niemann“I’m Not Here to Make Friends” is a sleek and sunny psycho thriller about a reality TV show set on a remote island.

Magnus von Horn on How Cannes Contender ‘The Girl With the Needle’ Dances With Darkness: ‘Sometimes It’s Easier to Flirt With the Devil’ - variety.com - France - Denmark - Poland - city Copenhagen
variety.com
15.05.2024 / 06:59

Magnus von Horn on How Cannes Contender ‘The Girl With the Needle’ Dances With Darkness: ‘Sometimes It’s Easier to Flirt With the Devil’

Christopher Vourlias In the past decade, Swedish-Polish filmmaker Magnus von Horn has become something of a fixture on the French Riviera, with his latest film, “The Girl With the Needle,” the director’s third feature to debut at the Cannes Film Festival and his first to compete for the Palme d’Or. But the dark historical drama, which is set in post-WWI Copenhagen, marks a departure for the 40-year-old.

Rylan Clark's co-star says 'friendship has turned to love' as they walk the red carpet together - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - Sweden - Italy
ok.co.uk
14.05.2024 / 12:19

Rylan Clark's co-star says 'friendship has turned to love' as they walk the red carpet together

Rylan Clark and his co-star Rob Rinder made a dazzling appearance at the BAFTA Television Awards, fresh off the back of Rylan's stint at the Eurovision Song Contest. The 35 year old TV personality was among the esteemed guests at the ceremony held at London's Royal Festival Hall on Sunday. Rylan had just jetted back to the UK after his engagement in Sweden for the previous night's song contest.

The Netherlands’ disqualified Eurovision contestant Joost Klein likely to face charges say police - www.nme.com - Sweden - Netherlands
nme.com
14.05.2024 / 10:13

The Netherlands’ disqualified Eurovision contestant Joost Klein likely to face charges say police

Eurovision contestant is likely to face charges, according to police.Joost Klein – who was set to represent the Netherlands with his song ‘Europapa’ – was disqualified from the contest in Malmö, Sweden just hours before Saturday’s finale (May 11). At the time, police stated that the decision was made after he was accused of making verbal threats towards a female member of production crew.The incident marked the first time that an act had been disqualified after reaching the Grand Final in the competition’s 68-year history and, before his disqualification, the 26-year-old singer was named as one of the favourites to win.Now, a spokesperson for the police, Jimmy Modin, has spoken to The Guardian about the indecent and revealed that it is looking likely that Klein will face legal action.Modin confirmed that the investigation was over, and a decision about whether or not to press charges should arrive “within the next couple of weeks”.Emil Andersson, the police officer in charge of the case, shared a similar sentiment with Swedish broadcaster SVT.

Eurovision bosses promise to review all incidents for those who “didn’t respect the spirit of the rules and the competition” - www.nme.com - Sweden - Ireland - Netherlands - Switzerland - Israel
nme.com
13.05.2024 / 20:05

Eurovision bosses promise to review all incidents for those who “didn’t respect the spirit of the rules and the competition”

Eurovision Song Contest 2024.This year’s competition, which was ultimately won by Switzerland’s Nemo, was surrounded by controversy for allowing Israel to compete amid the ongoing conflict with Hamas in Gaza.A statement shared by the EBU to both The Mirror and The Irish Times read: “We regret that some delegations at the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö didn’t respect the spirit of the rules and the competition both onsite and during their broadcasts. We spoke to a number of delegations during the event regarding various issues that were brought to our attention.It continued: “The EBU’s governing bodies will, together with the heads of delegations, review the events surrounding the ESC in Malmö to move forward in a positive way and to ensure the values of the event are respected by everyone.A post shared by European Broadcasting Union (@ebu_hq)“Individual cases will be discussed by the event’s governing body, the Eurovision Song Contest Reference Group made up of representatives from participating broadcasters, at its next meeting.”The statement’s release comes after the slew of controversies that took over this year’s edition of the song contest.

Rylan Clark's TV co-star says 'friendship has turned into love' as they attend BAFTAs together - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Sweden - Italy
dailyrecord.co.uk
13.05.2024 / 11:39

Rylan Clark's TV co-star says 'friendship has turned into love' as they attend BAFTAs together

Rylan Clark took to the red carpet at the BAFTA Television Awards last night after his recent stint at the Eurovision Song Contest.

Switzerland Wins the Eurovision Song Contest - variety.com - France - Sweden - Ukraine - Netherlands - Switzerland - Israel - Croatia
variety.com
11.05.2024 / 23:35

Switzerland Wins the Eurovision Song Contest

K.J. Yossman Switzerland has won the Eurovision Song Contest. Swiss entry Nemo stormed the contest with the song “The Code,” walking away with 591 points — a combination of a jury vote and public vote.

How To Watch The Eurovision Song Contest Finals In Malmo, Sweden - deadline.com - Britain - USA - Sweden - Canada - Ukraine - Netherlands - Israel - Palestine
deadline.com
11.05.2024 / 18:31

How To Watch The Eurovision Song Contest Finals In Malmo, Sweden

The 68th Eurovision Song Contest champion will be crowned tonight in Malmo, Sweden. But the action on stage is almost dwarfed by the background controversies.

Poppy Delevingne, 38, dating 'most eligible bachelor' Sienna Miller's ex Archie Keswick, 42 - www.ok.co.uk - Norway - Denmark - Greece - Morocco
ok.co.uk
11.05.2024 / 15:11

Poppy Delevingne, 38, dating 'most eligible bachelor' Sienna Miller's ex Archie Keswick, 42

Poppy Delevingne, the sister of model and actress Cara Delevingne, is said to be dating Sienna Miller's ex. It has been reported that the 38-year-old has enjoyed a number of romantic dates with Archie Keswick who has been described as "the most eligible bachelor you've never heard of".The 42-year-old Archie is a member of the Jardine Matheson dynasty which owns the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group.

The Netherlands’ Eurovision Entry Disqualified, Joost Klein Sent Home After Intimidation Allegation - deadline.com - Sweden - Netherlands - Israel
deadline.com
11.05.2024 / 12:11

The Netherlands’ Eurovision Entry Disqualified, Joost Klein Sent Home After Intimidation Allegation

The Netherlands will not be represented in this evening’s Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final after their artist Joost Klein was disqualified.

The Netherlands Eurovision entry Joost Klein kicked out of competition after being accused of making threats to show worker - www.nme.com - Sweden - Netherlands
nme.com
11.05.2024 / 11:09

The Netherlands Eurovision entry Joost Klein kicked out of competition after being accused of making threats to show worker

Eurovision contestant Joost Klein has been disqualified from the contest after being accused of making verbal threats towards a female member of production crew, police have said.Klein was placed under investigation by the organisers yesterday (May 10) due to an “incident” and was not allowed to perform his song ‘Europapa’ during the final dress rehearsal.A police spokesperson confirmed the incident took place after Klein’s performance on Thursday night at the Malmö Arena where the contest is being held.The EBU, which organises the contest, said in a statement: “The Dutch artist Joost Klein will not be competing in the Grand Final of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.“Swedish police have investigated a complaint made by a female member of the production crew after an incident following his performance in Thursday night’s Semi Final. While the legal process takes its course, it would not be appropriate for him to continue in the Contest.“We would like to make it clear that, contrary to some media reports and social media speculation, this incident did not involve any other performer or delegation member.“We maintain a zero-tolerance policy towards inappropriate behaviour at our event and are committed to providing a safe and secure working environment for all staff at the Contest.

Check out the Eurovision 2024 running order and who’s competing - www.nme.com - Britain - Spain - France - Sweden - Italy - Ireland - Ukraine - Norway - Germany - Netherlands - Portugal - Switzerland - Greece - Slovenia - Luxembourg - Finland - Cyprus - Serbia - Armenia - Israel - county Angelina - Croatia - Palestine - Lithuania - Latvia - Estonia
nme.com
11.05.2024 / 09:31

Check out the Eurovision 2024 running order and who’s competing

Eurovision is set to take place tonight (May 11) – check out the full running order and list of contestants below.Altogether, 37 countries entered the contest and were split in half to compete for a place in the finals across two semi finals on Tuesday (May 7) and Thursday (May 9). Tonight, 26 of them will perform in the final, with Big Five nations France, Spain, Germany, Italy, the UK and the host nation Sweden all going straight through.Representing the UK this year is Olly Alexander, who will be performing his song ‘Dizzy’ which has been compared to the likes of the Pet Shop Boys’ ‘It’s A Sin’.According to Eurovision World, the favourites to win the competition is Croatia, whose entry Baby Lasagna currently has a 42 per cent chance at snagging the crown this year with their song ‘Rim Tim Tagi Dim’.The full running order for Eurovision 2024 is:1. Sweden | Marcus & Martinus – ‘Unforgettable’2. Ukraine | alyona alyona & Jerry Heil – ‘Teresa & Maria’3. Germany | ISAAK – ‘Always On The Run’4. Luxembourg | TALI – ‘Fighter’5. Netherlands | Joost Klein – ‘Europapa’6. Israel | Eden Golan – ‘Hurricane’7. Lithuania | Silvester Belt – ‘Luktelk’8. Spain | Nebulossa – ‘ZORRA’9. Estonia | 5MIINUST x Puuluup – ‘(nendest) narkootikumidest ei tea me (küll) midagi’10. Ireland | Bambie Thug – ‘Doomsday Blue’11. Latvia | Dons – ‘Hollow’12. Greece | Marina Satti – ‘ZARI’13. United Kingdom | Olly Alexander – ‘Dizzy’14. Norway | Gåte – ‘Ulveham’15. Italy | Angelina Mango – ‘La Noia’16. Serbia | TEYA DORA – ‘RAMONDA’17. Finland | Windows95man – ‘No Rules!’18. Portugal | iolanda – ‘Grito’19. Armenia | LADANIVA – ‘Jako’20. Cyprus | Silia Kapsis – ‘Liar’21. Switzerland | Nemo – ‘The Code’22. Slovenia | Raiven – ‘Veronika’23. Croatia | Baby

BBC Granite Harbour series 2, episode 2 cast: Who are the guest stars? - www.ok.co.uk - Scotland - Denmark - county Granite
ok.co.uk
10.05.2024 / 11:41

BBC Granite Harbour series 2, episode 2 cast: Who are the guest stars?

Scottish thriller Granite Harbour returns to Aberdeen for a new three-part series, following former sergeant in the Royal Military Police turned detective, Davis Lindo (Romario Simpson), and his partner DS Lara Bartlett (Hannah Donaldson) as they tackle a murder case involving an oil tycoon. In the latest instalment, an uneasy truce is called with Grantley, leading Davis and Bart to investigate a dinghy washed up on the beach, which links back to the Stolthet. As clothing fibres are discovered on the dinghy, tensions rise as Macmillan moves to impound the Stolthet, and Bart and Lindo question Captain Nielsen.

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