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Rock & roll amputations with Jim & William

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“At the advent of the WGT festival, catching The Jesus and Mary Chain was my highest priority. The Reid brothers, Jim and William, are internationally-acclaimed figureheads, but also local heroes for a Paisley boy like myself who grew up around scheme rats with Dads with their records.”

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LIS students shine in gangster comedy

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LIS cast taking a bow at Schaubühne Lindenfels. (Photo credit: Rebecca Markovitz, costume director and vocal coach for Bugsy Malone)
LIS cast taking a bow at Schaubühne Lindenfels. (Photo credit: Rebecca Markovitz, costume director and vocal coach for Bugsy Malone)

“You give a little love, and it all comes back to you.” Students and staff from Leipzig International School staged Bugsy Malone, a gangster comedy with an international twist, at Schaubühne Lindenfels – earning a rave review from our guest contributor.

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Furusato: from heimat to meltdown in Japan

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Thorsten Trimpop’s Furusato pays tribute to the people of Minamisōma in the most dignified way possible. It will be released in theaters in Germany on the seventh anniversary of the disaster, March 2018. (Photo: public domain)
Thorsten Trimpop’s Furusato pays tribute to the people of Minamisōma in the most dignified way possible. It will be released in theaters in Germany on the seventh anniversary of the disaster, March 2018. (Photo: public domain)

On the seventh anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, the documentary Furusato reminds us of the people who stayed behind in their abandoned, radioactive hometown.

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Loving Vincent: lush paint & proud parents

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Loving Vincent
screen shot Loving Vincent: Vincent van Gogh (Robert Gulaczyk) (© 2017 Loving Vincent Sp.z.o.o. & Loving Vincent Ltd.) provided by Weltkino

Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman glow as they talk about their love child, Loving Vincent.

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Personal Shopper: more than a fluff party

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Kirsten Stewart reaches new heights in Personal shopper.

Out on DVD, blu-ray and digital, Personal Shopper will have you wondering what is making those noises you didn’t hear before watching it.

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Don Carlo from Verdi: ascent into madness?

in O & P Highlights/Opera/Reviews
Don Carlo Premiere 30.09.2017 // Don Carlo (Gaston Rivero) © Kirsten Nijhof

Verdi’s Don Carlo to play twice again this month at Oper Leipzig.

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