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Rapper, singer and songwriter Nicki Minaj to Receive MTV’s Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award and will perform for the first time since 2018 at the 2022 VMAs (Video Music Awards), which will be broadcast live from the Prudential Center on sunday august 28.

“Nicki has broken barriers for women in hip-hop with her versatility and creative artistry,” said Bruce Gillmer, president of music, music talent, programming and events for Paramount+ in a press release.

“She has changed the music industry and cemented her status as a global superstar with her appealing, genre-defying style and remains unapologetically Nicki,” Gillmer said.

Nicki Minaj at the 2019 Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, in 2019. Photo: AFP

An illustrious career

minaj, 17-time VMA nominee and five-time winnertook home her first “Moon Person” statuette for best hip-hop video in 2011. This year she is nominated for best hip-hop artist.

Last year was the second year in a row that the VMAs didn’t honor anyone with the Video Vanguard Award. No one received the award between 2004 and 2005 and again between 2007 and 2010.

Nicki Minaj, in the production of photos to announce her pregnancy.  (instagram).

Nicki Minaj, in the production of photos to announce her pregnancy. (instagram).

The Vanguard Award was arguably the show’s highest honor between the years 2013 and 2019: the winners in those years were Justin Timberlake, Beyoncé, Kanye West, Rihanna, P!nk, Jennifer Lopez and Missy Elliott.

Minaj made her VMA debut in 2012, rapping on girl on fire by Alicia Keys and returned to the stage with three performances in 2014: a solo performance of her single Anaconda of pink print; then she joined Ariana Grande and Jessie J to sing bang bang, and finally She Came To Give It To U with usher.

His most recent appearance on the VMA stage was in 2018 where he presented a mix of his album What inwith the songs Majesty, Ganga Burn, FEFE Y barbie dreams.

His next single Super Freaky Girl, will be released this friday 12th august.

The nominees 2022

The MTV Video Music Awards are still one of the most important events in the music industry And not only because of all the kind of surprises that usually happen during their award ceremony every year.

This year, rappers Kendrick Lamar, Jack Harlow and Lil Nas X lead the edition with 7 nominations each, although they are closely followed by Doja Cat and Harry Styles, each with 6 nominations, and Billie Eilish, Drake, Dua Lipa, Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift and The Weeknd, each with 5.

Madonna at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards. Photo: AP

Madonna at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards. Photo: AP

It is possible to see a preponderance of hip hop, R&B and pop musicians, and a low prominence of rock representatives. On the other hand, Madonna received her 69th nomination in this contest with the video for her single madam x. In this way, she became the only artist to be nominated during each of the five decades during which the VMAs have existed.

Likewise, it is necessary to highlight the strong presence of Latinos in different main categories, as is the case of Bad Bunny in “Artist of the Year” and Rosalía in “Best Collaboration” for her song with The Weekend.

Additionally, Minaj will perform live at the ceremony, as will Anitta, J Balvin, Marshmello x Khalid, and Panic! at the Disco.

MFB

We wish to say thanks to the writer of this write-up for this awesome content

Nicki Minaj to Receive Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at MTV’s 2022 VMAs

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
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Rapper, singer and songwriter Nicki Minaj to Receive MTV’s Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award and will perform for the first time since 2018 at the 2022 VMAs (Video Music Awards), which will be broadcast live from the Prudential Center on sunday august 28.

“Nicki has broken barriers for women in hip-hop with her versatility and creative artistry,” said Bruce Gillmer, president of music, music talent, programming and events for Paramount+ in a press release.

“She has changed the music industry and cemented her status as a global superstar with her appealing, genre-defying style and remains unapologetically Nicki,” Gillmer said.

Nicki Minaj at the 2019 Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, in 2019. Photo: AFP

An illustrious career

minaj, 17-time VMA nominee and five-time winnertook home her first “Moon Person” statuette for best hip-hop video in 2011. This year she is nominated for best hip-hop artist.

Last year was the second year in a row that the VMAs didn’t honor anyone with the Video Vanguard Award. No one received the award between 2004 and 2005 and again between 2007 and 2010.

Nicki Minaj, in the production of photos to announce her pregnancy.  (instagram).

Nicki Minaj, in the production of photos to announce her pregnancy. (instagram).

The Vanguard Award was arguably the show’s highest honor between the years 2013 and 2019: the winners in those years were Justin Timberlake, Beyoncé, Kanye West, Rihanna, P!nk, Jennifer Lopez and Missy Elliott.

Minaj made her VMA debut in 2012, rapping on girl on fire by Alicia Keys and returned to the stage with three performances in 2014: a solo performance of her single Anaconda of pink print; then she joined Ariana Grande and Jessie J to sing bang bang, and finally She Came To Give It To U with usher.

His most recent appearance on the VMA stage was in 2018 where he presented a mix of his album What inwith the songs Majesty, Ganga Burn, FEFE Y barbie dreams.

His next single Super Freaky Girl, will be released this friday 12th august.

The nominees 2022

The MTV Video Music Awards are still one of the most important events in the music industry And not only because of all the kind of surprises that usually happen during their award ceremony every year.

This year, rappers Kendrick Lamar, Jack Harlow and Lil Nas X lead the edition with 7 nominations each, although they are closely followed by Doja Cat and Harry Styles, each with 6 nominations, and Billie Eilish, Drake, Dua Lipa, Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift and The Weeknd, each with 5.

Madonna at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards. Photo: AP

Madonna at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards. Photo: AP

It is possible to see a preponderance of hip hop, R&B and pop musicians, and a low prominence of rock representatives. On the other hand, Madonna received her 69th nomination in this contest with the video for her single madam x. In this way, she became the only artist to be nominated during each of the five decades during which the VMAs have existed.

Likewise, it is necessary to highlight the strong presence of Latinos in different main categories, as is the case of Bad Bunny in “Artist of the Year” and Rosalía in “Best Collaboration” for her song with The Weekend.

Additionally, Minaj will perform live at the ceremony, as will Anitta, J Balvin, Marshmello x Khalid, and Panic! at the Disco.

MFB

We wish to say thanks to the writer of this write-up for this awesome content

Nicki Minaj to Receive Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at MTV’s 2022 VMAs

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
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Isabel Preysler is one of the best known faces of our country, one of the women who has given the most work and joy to the pink press, which crowned her as its queen. About her Almost everything has been told about her, she has starred in innumerable covers of the press (and not only pink) and has been one of the most sought-after targets of the paparrazzi. Blood ties recovers her history, her legacy and her mark on our country with a program that portrays her and her entire family: The Preysler Saga. A biography in the form of a documentary that narrates his childhood in the Philippines, his arrival in Spain and his hectic life in the Spanish aristocracy.






Isabel Preysler – Archive Image GTRES

María Isabel Preysler was born in Manila on February 18, 1950.. She grew up and lived in the Philippine capital until she came of age. He comes from a wealthy family: his father Carlos Preysler de Tagle was manager of Philippe Airlines and delegate of the Banco Español de Crédito in Manila, and his mother, Beatriz Arrastía Reinares, was the owner of a real estate agency. Isabel Preysler studied at the Colegio de la Asunción in Manila and when he turned 18, in 1968, he moved to Spain to continue with his studies at the Irish school in Madrid.

Blood Ties brings us closer to the character who has starred in the most covers in the pink press, to the most enigmatic and elegant woman in our country: Isabel Preysler. Through the testimonies of her children, Tamara Falcó and Julio Iglesias Jr, we will discover who Isabel is, who her true loves have been and what her children are like away from the cameras. Participating in the chapter are: Lorenzo Caprile, Father Ángel, Jaime Peñafiel, Fiona Ferrer, Olga Ruiz, Begoña Zunzunegui, Carlos García Calvo, Rosa Villacastín, Susana Uribarri and Maribel Yébenes.

Shortly after being in Madrid and settling met Julio Iglesias, and on January 20, 1971 they married. From then on, the true Iglesias-Preysler saga began to take shape and began to monopolize the covers and all the headlines of the gossip press. But his story goes beyond that of a saga, it is the story of a woman who has known how to shine and dazzle above the circumstancesAs difficult as these were. In addition, it is a benchmark of elegance and style, something that today his children try to imitate.

She is known as the queen of hearts; a woman who has conquered an artist (Julio Iglesias), a marquis (Carlos Falcó) and a minister (Miguel Boyer), and who now she has a love affair with a Nobel Prize winner (Mario Vargas Llosa). Her main legacy is her children, of whom she is very proud and, as she herself says, “they are adorable and have given me a lot of joy”.

Isabel Preysler has 5 children and 7 grandchildren.

They are, in chronological order of birth, Chabeli Iglesiasborn 1971; Julio Iglesias Jr.born in 1973; Enrique Iglesiasborn 1975; Tamara Falco, born in 1981; Y Anne Boyer, born in 1989. Now 72 years old, she is a happy grandmother with 6 grandchildren: Alejandro Altaba is his eldest grandson, son of Chábeli Iglesias and Christian Altaba and the young man is already of legal age. He is not the only Altaba grandson, there is also Sofia, with 10 yearswho was in charge of wearing the rings at her aunt Ana Boyer’s wedding.

The twins Lucy and Nicolás, 4 years old, and little Mary, 3, are the children of Enrique Iglesias and former tennis player Anna Kournikova. They live in Miami, and whenever she can, her grandmother goes to visit them. One of Isabel Preysler’s favorite moments.

Miguel and Mateo are the two sons of Ana Boyer and Fernando Verdasco.. They are 4 and 2 years old respectively and are the joy of the Boyer house. They live in Madrid, and their parents often brag about them on their social networks, selling the image of a happy family.

We wish to say thanks to the author of this short article for this amazing web content

How and when did Isabel Preysler arrive in Spain?

" } ["summary"]=> string(544) "Isabel Preysler is one of the best known faces of our country, one of the women who has given the most work and joy to the pink press, which crowned her as its queen. About her Almost everything has been told about her, she has starred in innumerable covers of the press (and not only ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7433) "




Isabel Preysler is one of the best known faces of our country, one of the women who has given the most work and joy to the pink press, which crowned her as its queen. About her Almost everything has been told about her, she has starred in innumerable covers of the press (and not only pink) and has been one of the most sought-after targets of the paparrazzi. Blood ties recovers her history, her legacy and her mark on our country with a program that portrays her and her entire family: The Preysler Saga. A biography in the form of a documentary that narrates his childhood in the Philippines, his arrival in Spain and his hectic life in the Spanish aristocracy.






Isabel Preysler – Archive Image GTRES

María Isabel Preysler was born in Manila on February 18, 1950.. She grew up and lived in the Philippine capital until she came of age. He comes from a wealthy family: his father Carlos Preysler de Tagle was manager of Philippe Airlines and delegate of the Banco Español de Crédito in Manila, and his mother, Beatriz Arrastía Reinares, was the owner of a real estate agency. Isabel Preysler studied at the Colegio de la Asunción in Manila and when he turned 18, in 1968, he moved to Spain to continue with his studies at the Irish school in Madrid.

Blood Ties brings us closer to the character who has starred in the most covers in the pink press, to the most enigmatic and elegant woman in our country: Isabel Preysler. Through the testimonies of her children, Tamara Falcó and Julio Iglesias Jr, we will discover who Isabel is, who her true loves have been and what her children are like away from the cameras. Participating in the chapter are: Lorenzo Caprile, Father Ángel, Jaime Peñafiel, Fiona Ferrer, Olga Ruiz, Begoña Zunzunegui, Carlos García Calvo, Rosa Villacastín, Susana Uribarri and Maribel Yébenes.

Shortly after being in Madrid and settling met Julio Iglesias, and on January 20, 1971 they married. From then on, the true Iglesias-Preysler saga began to take shape and began to monopolize the covers and all the headlines of the gossip press. But his story goes beyond that of a saga, it is the story of a woman who has known how to shine and dazzle above the circumstancesAs difficult as these were. In addition, it is a benchmark of elegance and style, something that today his children try to imitate.

She is known as the queen of hearts; a woman who has conquered an artist (Julio Iglesias), a marquis (Carlos Falcó) and a minister (Miguel Boyer), and who now she has a love affair with a Nobel Prize winner (Mario Vargas Llosa). Her main legacy is her children, of whom she is very proud and, as she herself says, “they are adorable and have given me a lot of joy”.

Isabel Preysler has 5 children and 7 grandchildren.

They are, in chronological order of birth, Chabeli Iglesiasborn 1971; Julio Iglesias Jr.born in 1973; Enrique Iglesiasborn 1975; Tamara Falco, born in 1981; Y Anne Boyer, born in 1989. Now 72 years old, she is a happy grandmother with 6 grandchildren: Alejandro Altaba is his eldest grandson, son of Chábeli Iglesias and Christian Altaba and the young man is already of legal age. He is not the only Altaba grandson, there is also Sofia, with 10 yearswho was in charge of wearing the rings at her aunt Ana Boyer’s wedding.

The twins Lucy and Nicolás, 4 years old, and little Mary, 3, are the children of Enrique Iglesias and former tennis player Anna Kournikova. They live in Miami, and whenever she can, her grandmother goes to visit them. One of Isabel Preysler’s favorite moments.

Miguel and Mateo are the two sons of Ana Boyer and Fernando Verdasco.. They are 4 and 2 years old respectively and are the joy of the Boyer house. They live in Madrid, and their parents often brag about them on their social networks, selling the image of a happy family.

We wish to say thanks to the author of this short article for this amazing web content

How and when did Isabel Preysler arrive in Spain?

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1660074840) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(65) "Pulitzer Prizes go to three newspapers Trump can’t see in paint" ["link"]=> string(101) "https://awardworld.net/pulitzer-prize/pulitzer-prizes-go-to-three-newspapers-trump-cant-see-in-paint/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Martha Nance" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 09 Aug 2022 19:39:45 +0000" ["category"]=> string(48) "Pulitzer PrizenewspaperspaintPrizesPulitzerTrump" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=29070" ["description"]=> string(656) "Kevin Lamarque / Reuters Pulitzer Prizes go to three newspapers Trump can’t see in paint Kevin Lamarque / Reuters UNITED STATES – The prestigious Pulitzer Prize for American Journalism rewarded several media outlets that Donald Trump is far from dear to his heart on Monday, April 10. As several Internet users have noticed it with ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6320) "

Kevin Lamarque / Reuters

UNITED STATES – The prestigious Pulitzer Prize for American Journalism rewarded several media outlets that Donald Trump is far from dear to his heart on Monday, April 10.

As several Internet users have noticed it with ironywe find among the newspapers hailed for their work: the New York Times, the washington post and ProPublica. Three publications that the president or his administration have regularly attacked.

the New York Times has been one of Donald Trump’s favorite targets for several months (even if he does not fail to grant him interviews). The billionaire has repeatedly accused him of spreading “fake news” and loves to call it “failing New York Times“, that is to say “bankrupt”. The daily is however doing very well thanks to the presidential election: at the end of 2016, the press group had 1.853 million subscribers to the online service alone, an increase of 45.9% compared to 2015.

With all due respect to the president, the New York Times walks away on Monday with the International Reporting Award for reporting on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s efforts to expand Russian influence abroad, an award for documenting a Marine’s plunge into violence after his return from a combat zone and another prize thanks to the freelance photographer Daniel Berehulak who published his shots on the fight against drugs in the Philippines.

Another newspaper that the president criticized and which finds itself rewarded, the Washington Post. Journalist David Fahrenthold won the national reporting award for “a model of transparent journalism”, noted the committee, with a new mode of investigation of the journalist who asked the help of his followers on Twitter to trace the trace of donations from Donald Trump to charity.

Fahrenthold investigated the White House candidate’s misleading claims of his generosity to charitable causes. He also revealed that Trump had bragged in very crude terms about having a degrading attitude towards women, comments recorded in a video in 2005.

In June 2016, the real estate magnate launched on Twitter and Facebook that the washington post was, according to him, a “dishonest and bogus” newspaper because of the cover he was giving her.

The most coveted “public service” Pulitzer returned to New York Daily News and the investigative journalism site ProPublica for exposing police misapplication of eviction regulations. This widespread behavior has affected hundreds of people, mostly from poor minorities.

On April 3, White House spokesman Sean Spicer was questioned about information published by ProPublica and answered rejecting the credibility of the site: “just because a leftist blog says that there has been a change does not mean that it is a reality”.

The outlet, a non-profit organization that describes itself as independent, did not appreciate it and immediately responded on Twitter with the evidence of its investigation and pointing out in passing that the Obama administration had also regularly been the subject of of investigation. This Monday, ProPublica won its 4th Pulitzer Prize.

See also on The HuffPost:

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this awesome content

Pulitzer Prizes go to three newspapers Trump can’t see in paint

" } ["summary"]=> string(656) "Kevin Lamarque / Reuters Pulitzer Prizes go to three newspapers Trump can’t see in paint Kevin Lamarque / Reuters UNITED STATES – The prestigious Pulitzer Prize for American Journalism rewarded several media outlets that Donald Trump is far from dear to his heart on Monday, April 10. As several Internet users have noticed it with ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(6320) "

Kevin Lamarque / Reuters

UNITED STATES – The prestigious Pulitzer Prize for American Journalism rewarded several media outlets that Donald Trump is far from dear to his heart on Monday, April 10.

As several Internet users have noticed it with ironywe find among the newspapers hailed for their work: the New York Times, the washington post and ProPublica. Three publications that the president or his administration have regularly attacked.

the New York Times has been one of Donald Trump’s favorite targets for several months (even if he does not fail to grant him interviews). The billionaire has repeatedly accused him of spreading “fake news” and loves to call it “failing New York Times“, that is to say “bankrupt”. The daily is however doing very well thanks to the presidential election: at the end of 2016, the press group had 1.853 million subscribers to the online service alone, an increase of 45.9% compared to 2015.

With all due respect to the president, the New York Times walks away on Monday with the International Reporting Award for reporting on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s efforts to expand Russian influence abroad, an award for documenting a Marine’s plunge into violence after his return from a combat zone and another prize thanks to the freelance photographer Daniel Berehulak who published his shots on the fight against drugs in the Philippines.

Another newspaper that the president criticized and which finds itself rewarded, the Washington Post. Journalist David Fahrenthold won the national reporting award for “a model of transparent journalism”, noted the committee, with a new mode of investigation of the journalist who asked the help of his followers on Twitter to trace the trace of donations from Donald Trump to charity.

Fahrenthold investigated the White House candidate’s misleading claims of his generosity to charitable causes. He also revealed that Trump had bragged in very crude terms about having a degrading attitude towards women, comments recorded in a video in 2005.

In June 2016, the real estate magnate launched on Twitter and Facebook that the washington post was, according to him, a “dishonest and bogus” newspaper because of the cover he was giving her.

The most coveted “public service” Pulitzer returned to New York Daily News and the investigative journalism site ProPublica for exposing police misapplication of eviction regulations. This widespread behavior has affected hundreds of people, mostly from poor minorities.

On April 3, White House spokesman Sean Spicer was questioned about information published by ProPublica and answered rejecting the credibility of the site: “just because a leftist blog says that there has been a change does not mean that it is a reality”.

The outlet, a non-profit organization that describes itself as independent, did not appreciate it and immediately responded on Twitter with the evidence of its investigation and pointing out in passing that the Obama administration had also regularly been the subject of of investigation. This Monday, ProPublica won its 4th Pulitzer Prize.

See also on The HuffPost:

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this awesome content

Pulitzer Prizes go to three newspapers Trump can’t see in paint

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1660073985) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(65) "“The pandemic has not got the better of the desire to travel”" ["link"]=> string(96) "https://awardworld.net/booker-prize/the-pandemic-has-not-got-the-better-of-the-desire-to-travel/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(13) "Daniel Bivins" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 09 Aug 2022 17:15:07 +0000" ["category"]=> string(32) "Booker PrizedesirepandemicTravel" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=29068" ["description"]=> string(635) "Glenn Fogel runs the American booking platform Booking.com. He is in the front row to observe the recovery of world tourism. Has tourism returned to pre-Covid levels? Everything is not yet back to normal, if we compare with the situation before the pandemic. There are still restricted areas for travel, especially in Asia. This is ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3927) "

Glenn Fogel runs the American booking platform Booking.com. He is in the front row to observe the recovery of world tourism.

Has tourism returned to pre-Covid levels?

Everything is not yet back to normal, if we compare with the situation before the pandemic. There are still restricted areas for travel, especially in Asia. This is also the case in certain areas of Europe: we can see this by observing the activity of the airports of Heathrow, in the United Kingdom, and Schiphol, in the Netherlands. It is still incomplete. This can still be read in our results. The numbers are at a lower level than they were in 2020. But the situation is improving day by day. If, at first, people traveled more locally, by train, by bus, by car, international travel has resumed.

How are the next few months shaping up?

The trend is good. We surpassed 2019 activity levels: we are 15% above, at constant currencies! In May, hotel room bookings through our platform even exceeded May 2019 by 22%. We believe third quarter sales, which includes the bulk of the travel season, will be record highs for Booking.com. Summer is very active. It is improving and it will continue.

“Last-minute booking is more and more frequent”

But reservations happen at the last minute!

It’s true. The window of visibility on the future has shrunk! Last-minute reservations are becoming more and more frequent. We are still only seeing a small percentage of planned trips. Inflation, worry about the price of fuel, food… This can delay or affect the realization of travel desires. This can also have the effect of degrading intentions: customers could choose two-star hotels rather than three, leave for seven days rather than ten.

Are travel prices also affected by inflation?

The average selling price of hotel rooms is 25% higher than it was a year ago. This is a classic effect of imbalance between supply and demand: demand is high, occupancy rates generally high. The offer is under constraint. All over the world, hotels are facing labor shortages. And then all the overhead, food, electricity, went up.

What about the “next world” that we talked about during the confinements? It was said a lot, then, that the golden era of international travel was over…

The figures we are recording prove that no, the pandemic has not got the better of the desire to travel. There may still be ups and downs, but humans will always enjoy discovering the world. As soon as a country eases its health restrictions, tourism resumes immediately. There are many lessons to be learned from handling the pandemic. If, at the start of Covid 19, we did not know what was going on, we quickly realized that freezing the world did not prevent the spread of variants, but that it destructured entire economies and that it had serious consequences for millions of families living from tourism. Governments need to be aware of the implications of their decisions to shut down economies.

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this post for this incredible material

“The pandemic has not got the better of the desire to travel”

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Glenn Fogel runs the American booking platform Booking.com. He is in the front row to observe the recovery of world tourism.

Has tourism returned to pre-Covid levels?

Everything is not yet back to normal, if we compare with the situation before the pandemic. There are still restricted areas for travel, especially in Asia. This is also the case in certain areas of Europe: we can see this by observing the activity of the airports of Heathrow, in the United Kingdom, and Schiphol, in the Netherlands. It is still incomplete. This can still be read in our results. The numbers are at a lower level than they were in 2020. But the situation is improving day by day. If, at first, people traveled more locally, by train, by bus, by car, international travel has resumed.

How are the next few months shaping up?

The trend is good. We surpassed 2019 activity levels: we are 15% above, at constant currencies! In May, hotel room bookings through our platform even exceeded May 2019 by 22%. We believe third quarter sales, which includes the bulk of the travel season, will be record highs for Booking.com. Summer is very active. It is improving and it will continue.

“Last-minute booking is more and more frequent”

But reservations happen at the last minute!

It’s true. The window of visibility on the future has shrunk! Last-minute reservations are becoming more and more frequent. We are still only seeing a small percentage of planned trips. Inflation, worry about the price of fuel, food… This can delay or affect the realization of travel desires. This can also have the effect of degrading intentions: customers could choose two-star hotels rather than three, leave for seven days rather than ten.

Are travel prices also affected by inflation?

The average selling price of hotel rooms is 25% higher than it was a year ago. This is a classic effect of imbalance between supply and demand: demand is high, occupancy rates generally high. The offer is under constraint. All over the world, hotels are facing labor shortages. And then all the overhead, food, electricity, went up.

What about the “next world” that we talked about during the confinements? It was said a lot, then, that the golden era of international travel was over…

The figures we are recording prove that no, the pandemic has not got the better of the desire to travel. There may still be ups and downs, but humans will always enjoy discovering the world. As soon as a country eases its health restrictions, tourism resumes immediately. There are many lessons to be learned from handling the pandemic. If, at the start of Covid 19, we did not know what was going on, we quickly realized that freezing the world did not prevent the spread of variants, but that it destructured entire economies and that it had serious consequences for millions of families living from tourism. Governments need to be aware of the implications of their decisions to shut down economies.

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this post for this incredible material

“The pandemic has not got the better of the desire to travel”

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1660065307) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(22) "women in science today" ["link"]=> string(58) "https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/women-in-science-today/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "David Armstrong" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 09 Aug 2022 16:53:07 +0000" ["category"]=> string(23) "Nobel PrizeSciencewomen" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=29065" ["description"]=> string(529) "Since time immemorial, women have been removed from the fields of science, due to the influence of cultural patriarchalism, they were reserved for the tasks of parenting or housewives, although men and women have the same characteristics of thinking beings with qualities to highlight. In this regard, the neuroscientist Joel (2015 cit. in País, A. ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4204) "

Since time immemorial, women have been removed from the fields of science, due to the influence of cultural patriarchalism, they were reserved for the tasks of parenting or housewives, although men and women have the same characteristics of thinking beings with qualities to highlight. In this regard, the neuroscientist Joel (2015 cit. in País, A. (2019) in her study shows that men and women are equal in areas ranging from intellectual and emotional abilities to personality characteristics and interests. Even so, to this day Today there is inequity in women in education, especially in the area of ​​science.

In the world of science there is vertical segregation, in this case men and women occupy different categories in the same job, where men are in a higher hierarchy, as can be seen in the European Union report (She Figures, 2009) in which only 11% of chairs are held by women; adding also that only 13% of university institutions are directed by women, which can be distinguished a low representation of women in some position of responsibility, both in science and in the workplace.

Women throughout history have had little recognition in the scientific world, unlike men, which can be seen in the Nobel Prizes. According to data from the Nobel Prize, almost 94% of the awards have been for men (888) and only 6% have been awarded to women (59), but only 23 women have won the Nobel Prize in science. Some scientists have realized the inequity suffered by women in science, since in 2018, Göran K. Hansson (general secretary of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences) sent a letter to scientists, which advocated greater inclusion in the granting of such a high recognition (Carrera, A. Maqueda, A. Pita, C. 2021).

On the other hand, women are facilitated, dominate and prefer the humanistic areas more than the scientific ones, Bordón of the Alberto Hurtado University and Canals of the CIAE in the year 2018 (Mizala, 2018) observed the preferences of the students in the process of university selection and it was possible to show that women prefer more feminized careers, such as education, social sciences, humanities, among others. However, this is a problem that comes from pre-school, because according to what the Ministry of Culture (SF) tells us, activities for women are encouraged more in crafts and writing, and in order to solve this, A change should be made at the level of the national curriculum so that the mentality changes (Pons, O., Calvet, MD, Tura, M., & Muñoz, C., 2013).

In this regard, there are studies that from the preschool level, of 5 years, there are stereotypes about the mathematical domain; that is to say, it is not enough with curricular changes from the ed. Basic, but it is necessary to re-educate fathers and mothers, adults and young people who have a strongly rooted stereotype of Mathematics as a masculine human task, an idea that they maintain in their descendants, which is accentuated in poorer preschoolers (Del Rio, Strasser and Susperreguy , 2016). Situation that also occurs in Sciences.

In conclusion, currently inequity in education persists, especially in the scientific area, since there is a vertical segregation that prevents women from being able to stand out in this area, it is difficult for their contributions to be considered. Changes are required in the school culture, in the mentality of mothers and fathers and in training.

Josselyn Águila Ulloa, Basic Education student at the School of Education, University of Concepción, Los Angeles Campus.

We would love to say thanks to the writer of this post for this amazing material

women in science today

" } ["summary"]=> string(529) "Since time immemorial, women have been removed from the fields of science, due to the influence of cultural patriarchalism, they were reserved for the tasks of parenting or housewives, although men and women have the same characteristics of thinking beings with qualities to highlight. In this regard, the neuroscientist Joel (2015 cit. in País, A. ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4204) "

Since time immemorial, women have been removed from the fields of science, due to the influence of cultural patriarchalism, they were reserved for the tasks of parenting or housewives, although men and women have the same characteristics of thinking beings with qualities to highlight. In this regard, the neuroscientist Joel (2015 cit. in País, A. (2019) in her study shows that men and women are equal in areas ranging from intellectual and emotional abilities to personality characteristics and interests. Even so, to this day Today there is inequity in women in education, especially in the area of ​​science.

In the world of science there is vertical segregation, in this case men and women occupy different categories in the same job, where men are in a higher hierarchy, as can be seen in the European Union report (She Figures, 2009) in which only 11% of chairs are held by women; adding also that only 13% of university institutions are directed by women, which can be distinguished a low representation of women in some position of responsibility, both in science and in the workplace.

Women throughout history have had little recognition in the scientific world, unlike men, which can be seen in the Nobel Prizes. According to data from the Nobel Prize, almost 94% of the awards have been for men (888) and only 6% have been awarded to women (59), but only 23 women have won the Nobel Prize in science. Some scientists have realized the inequity suffered by women in science, since in 2018, Göran K. Hansson (general secretary of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences) sent a letter to scientists, which advocated greater inclusion in the granting of such a high recognition (Carrera, A. Maqueda, A. Pita, C. 2021).

On the other hand, women are facilitated, dominate and prefer the humanistic areas more than the scientific ones, Bordón of the Alberto Hurtado University and Canals of the CIAE in the year 2018 (Mizala, 2018) observed the preferences of the students in the process of university selection and it was possible to show that women prefer more feminized careers, such as education, social sciences, humanities, among others. However, this is a problem that comes from pre-school, because according to what the Ministry of Culture (SF) tells us, activities for women are encouraged more in crafts and writing, and in order to solve this, A change should be made at the level of the national curriculum so that the mentality changes (Pons, O., Calvet, MD, Tura, M., & Muñoz, C., 2013).

In this regard, there are studies that from the preschool level, of 5 years, there are stereotypes about the mathematical domain; that is to say, it is not enough with curricular changes from the ed. Basic, but it is necessary to re-educate fathers and mothers, adults and young people who have a strongly rooted stereotype of Mathematics as a masculine human task, an idea that they maintain in their descendants, which is accentuated in poorer preschoolers (Del Rio, Strasser and Susperreguy , 2016). Situation that also occurs in Sciences.

In conclusion, currently inequity in education persists, especially in the scientific area, since there is a vertical segregation that prevents women from being able to stand out in this area, it is difficult for their contributions to be considered. Changes are required in the school culture, in the mentality of mothers and fathers and in training.

Josselyn Águila Ulloa, Basic Education student at the School of Education, University of Concepción, Los Angeles Campus.

We would love to say thanks to the writer of this post for this amazing material

women in science today

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1660063987) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(62) "The 1992 Dream Team, a sporting but also commercial phenomenon" ["link"]=> string(98) "https://awardworld.net/booker-prize/the-1992-dream-team-a-sporting-but-also-commercial-phenomenon/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(13) "Daniel Bivins" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 09 Aug 2022 16:10:53 +0000" ["category"]=> string(49) "Booker PrizeCommercialdreamPhenomenonsportingteam" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=29062" ["description"]=> string(654) "it was thirty years ago. Already. Thirty years since the United States obtained the authorization to send NBA players to participate in the Olympic Games. Thirty years since, as a result, the “Dream Team” was created. Thirty years that a simple basketball team took on a dimension never seen before. Records, legends, influence… this summer ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(10296) "

it was thirty years ago. Already. Thirty years since the United States obtained the authorization to send NBA players to participate in the Olympic Games. Thirty years since, as a result, the “Dream Team” was created. Thirty years that a simple basketball team took on a dimension never seen before. Records, legends, influence… this summer TrashTalk has decided to come back with you to all the stories that have made this squad one of the most legendary in the history of sport. Get out your Hoverboards, hop in the Delorean and launch Johnny B. Goode on the car radio because it’s time to look back in 360 degrees on what happened… 360 months ago. Sixth episode? In the luggage of Team USA, the merchandising stamped United States which floods Europe.

Today, nothing surprising in the fact of crossing a person wearing a pair of Jordan. Dozens of models, endless colors. Available in most stores, for a tidy sum anyway because that’s the art of merchandising. This notion applied to sport, it is a bit the fact of the Dream Team. Caps, T-shirts, and especially VHS as well as magazines on the subject. Everything is torn, people want to have this little piece of American culture, this piece of NBA in their hands. In fact, this dream fragment. That’s what we’re talking about.

The induction of the NBA in Europe via the Olympic Games allowed all this. Before 1992, what was the NBA for the old continent? A myth, a basketball competition made legendary by the short extracts of iconic actions sporadically crossing the Atlantic on cassettes. The consequence ? An image of a show visible nowhere else, and the assurance in the collective imagination that what happens on the floors of the Great League is unique, and of an exceptional level every evening.

This kind of imagination only reinforces the interest and the media and cultural explosion when the biggest stars of the game arrive in Europe. And it is of course the Americans who tell it best. Here, for example, is what Adam Silver reported in the documentary “ The Last Dance about the Dream Team’s impact on Europe.

“It was the first time that a sport was sold in a cultural way. We were selling ‘Americana’ [Culture US, NDLR]. We attached it to this player that was Michael Jordan, talented and beautiful. His style, everyone wanted that. »

–Adam Silver

And so, what is this style embodied by Michael Jordan? We give it to you in a thousand: the “ US way of life » sneaker style, relaxation and above all reinforced culture with countless goodies, compiled in basketball magazines at the time. The latter – like 5 Majeur, Mondial Basket – moreover printed more than 100,000 copies per issue. In the mid-90s, you have to realize the number of enthusiasts for this powerful orange wave, carrying a way of life. A shoe embodies the epic of the Dream Team: the Air Jordan 7. One of the most striking objects of basketball as a whole was however an item that it was inconceivable to find a few months ago, even in sports stores. specialized.

“In Europe, at the time, having a model of shoe was already good, but having a particular color or a collector’s edition was unthinkable. Barcelona changed everything. Instead of going to a parallel market to pick up their sneakers, for the first time, stores were selling the full range released by Nike to outfit Dream Team members. »

– Vincent Le Thuy, sneaker specialist interviewed by the Team in 2012 on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Barcelona Games.

Add to all this an infinity of posters, series of vignettes – adhesive or not – and you get the root of this culture – that of the collection of objects belonging to US culture – which materializes today mainly by the phenomenon sneakers. So much so that 30 years later, the relics of this epic are snapped up at exorbitant prices. For the same Jordan 7 we were talking about above, count a small note of 500 euros if you want to recover a vintage copy in almost correct condition, more than double on the main resale sites for the new version. The flair is of course signed David Stern, who intends to take advantage of such an event to inject his product – the NBA – on a vast territory and above all able to completely take the turn without incident.

In its wake, all the brands that dress NBA players are taking the opportunity to export their ranges, which until now have been limited to the USA. Hey, since a picture sometimes speaks better than a thousand words, here are some images looking back at the hardware madness of the Dream Team.

The Dream Team’s Upper Deck sticker, straight out of 1992.

The first edition of 5 Majorthe symbol of the emerging impact of the NBA in France.

5 Major Dream Team

The cards of the team members, taken from the magazine 5 Major

Dream Team Sheets

The series of three Upper Deck in landscape mode. Spoiler: there’s money there.

Upper Deck Dream Team

The mythical…Air Jordan 7 Dream Team

If Jojo wore his Air Jordans, the other players were not left out like Scottie Pippen and Chris Mullin with the Nike Flight.

Nike Flight 1992

Larry Bird’s Cap

Dream Team 1992 Cap

Jordan’s jersey, edited again and again. For this one signed, it is advisable to go see your banker.

The 1992 Dream Team, a team that triumphed on the floor… and on the shelves: a look back at the marketing madness engendered by Michael Jordan and his team

For geeks, there was also plenty to eat with the consoles of the time. No 2K realism, but the leisure to control the best players of the moment.

team-usa-basketball-sega-megadrive-md-pal-euro-complete-good-condition-overall

In parallel with the Dream Team objects, Nike took the opportunity to send its entire promotional armada revolving around the phenomenon of the time, aka Michael Jordan.

Michael Jordan Flight School

The Dream Team, sports and basketball legends, but not only. The United States won on the field, but also in the rays. Team USA has made it possible for the quintessentially American merchandising culture to establish itself triumphantly on European shelves.

Sources: The Team, The Last Dance (Netflix), eBay, Beckett.

We want to give thanks to the writer of this short article for this remarkable web content

The 1992 Dream Team, a sporting but also commercial phenomenon

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it was thirty years ago. Already. Thirty years since the United States obtained the authorization to send NBA players to participate in the Olympic Games. Thirty years since, as a result, the “Dream Team” was created. Thirty years that a simple basketball team took on a dimension never seen before. Records, legends, influence… this summer TrashTalk has decided to come back with you to all the stories that have made this squad one of the most legendary in the history of sport. Get out your Hoverboards, hop in the Delorean and launch Johnny B. Goode on the car radio because it’s time to look back in 360 degrees on what happened… 360 months ago. Sixth episode? In the luggage of Team USA, the merchandising stamped United States which floods Europe.

Today, nothing surprising in the fact of crossing a person wearing a pair of Jordan. Dozens of models, endless colors. Available in most stores, for a tidy sum anyway because that’s the art of merchandising. This notion applied to sport, it is a bit the fact of the Dream Team. Caps, T-shirts, and especially VHS as well as magazines on the subject. Everything is torn, people want to have this little piece of American culture, this piece of NBA in their hands. In fact, this dream fragment. That’s what we’re talking about.

The induction of the NBA in Europe via the Olympic Games allowed all this. Before 1992, what was the NBA for the old continent? A myth, a basketball competition made legendary by the short extracts of iconic actions sporadically crossing the Atlantic on cassettes. The consequence ? An image of a show visible nowhere else, and the assurance in the collective imagination that what happens on the floors of the Great League is unique, and of an exceptional level every evening.

This kind of imagination only reinforces the interest and the media and cultural explosion when the biggest stars of the game arrive in Europe. And it is of course the Americans who tell it best. Here, for example, is what Adam Silver reported in the documentary “ The Last Dance about the Dream Team’s impact on Europe.

“It was the first time that a sport was sold in a cultural way. We were selling ‘Americana’ [Culture US, NDLR]. We attached it to this player that was Michael Jordan, talented and beautiful. His style, everyone wanted that. »

–Adam Silver

And so, what is this style embodied by Michael Jordan? We give it to you in a thousand: the “ US way of life » sneaker style, relaxation and above all reinforced culture with countless goodies, compiled in basketball magazines at the time. The latter – like 5 Majeur, Mondial Basket – moreover printed more than 100,000 copies per issue. In the mid-90s, you have to realize the number of enthusiasts for this powerful orange wave, carrying a way of life. A shoe embodies the epic of the Dream Team: the Air Jordan 7. One of the most striking objects of basketball as a whole was however an item that it was inconceivable to find a few months ago, even in sports stores. specialized.

“In Europe, at the time, having a model of shoe was already good, but having a particular color or a collector’s edition was unthinkable. Barcelona changed everything. Instead of going to a parallel market to pick up their sneakers, for the first time, stores were selling the full range released by Nike to outfit Dream Team members. »

– Vincent Le Thuy, sneaker specialist interviewed by the Team in 2012 on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Barcelona Games.

Add to all this an infinity of posters, series of vignettes – adhesive or not – and you get the root of this culture – that of the collection of objects belonging to US culture – which materializes today mainly by the phenomenon sneakers. So much so that 30 years later, the relics of this epic are snapped up at exorbitant prices. For the same Jordan 7 we were talking about above, count a small note of 500 euros if you want to recover a vintage copy in almost correct condition, more than double on the main resale sites for the new version. The flair is of course signed David Stern, who intends to take advantage of such an event to inject his product – the NBA – on a vast territory and above all able to completely take the turn without incident.

In its wake, all the brands that dress NBA players are taking the opportunity to export their ranges, which until now have been limited to the USA. Hey, since a picture sometimes speaks better than a thousand words, here are some images looking back at the hardware madness of the Dream Team.

The Dream Team’s Upper Deck sticker, straight out of 1992.

The first edition of 5 Majorthe symbol of the emerging impact of the NBA in France.

5 Major Dream Team

The cards of the team members, taken from the magazine 5 Major

Dream Team Sheets

The series of three Upper Deck in landscape mode. Spoiler: there’s money there.

Upper Deck Dream Team

The mythical…Air Jordan 7 Dream Team

If Jojo wore his Air Jordans, the other players were not left out like Scottie Pippen and Chris Mullin with the Nike Flight.

Nike Flight 1992

Larry Bird’s Cap

Dream Team 1992 Cap

Jordan’s jersey, edited again and again. For this one signed, it is advisable to go see your banker.

The 1992 Dream Team, a team that triumphed on the floor… and on the shelves: a look back at the marketing madness engendered by Michael Jordan and his team

For geeks, there was also plenty to eat with the consoles of the time. No 2K realism, but the leisure to control the best players of the moment.

team-usa-basketball-sega-megadrive-md-pal-euro-complete-good-condition-overall

In parallel with the Dream Team objects, Nike took the opportunity to send its entire promotional armada revolving around the phenomenon of the time, aka Michael Jordan.

Michael Jordan Flight School

The Dream Team, sports and basketball legends, but not only. The United States won on the field, but also in the rays. Team USA has made it possible for the quintessentially American merchandising culture to establish itself triumphantly on European shelves.

Sources: The Team, The Last Dance (Netflix), eBay, Beckett.

We want to give thanks to the writer of this short article for this remarkable web content

The 1992 Dream Team, a sporting but also commercial phenomenon

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1660061453) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(94) "Oscar 2022: The Power of the Dog, Belfast, Coda… Tout savoir sur les films les plus attendus" ["link"]=> string(127) "https://awardworld.net/academy-awards/oscar-2022-the-power-of-the-dog-belfast-coda-tout-savoir-sur-les-films-les-plus-attendus/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Lisa White" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 09 Aug 2022 12:57:50 +0000" ["category"]=> string(67) "Academy AwardsattendusBelfastCODAdogfilmsLesOscarpowersavoirsurtout" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=29041" ["description"]=> string(720) "Prêt pour la cérémonie, qui se déroule dans la nuit de dimanche à lundi? Relisez les avis des critiques du Figaro et il est encore temps de voir la plupart des films, actuellement au cinéma, sur Netflix, Prime Vidéo, Apple TV ou en DVD. Une quinzaine de longs métrages s’apprêtent à en découdre, dimanche soir, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(24594) "

Prêt pour la cérémonie, qui se déroule dans la nuit de dimanche à lundi? Relisez les avis des critiques du Figaro et il est encore temps de voir la plupart des films, actuellement au cinéma, sur Netflix, Prime Vidéo, Apple TV ou en DVD.

Une quinzaine de longs métrages s’apprêtent à en découdre, dimanche soir, lors de la 94e cérémonie des Oscars. Meilleur film, meilleurs scénarios original et adapté, meilleures performances masculines et féminines, … La majorité des statuettes dorées convoitées du tout Hollywood seront distribuées à un concentré de longs métrages encensés par la critique et scrutés au fil des festivals et des prix cinématographiques. En amont de la soirée la plus attendue du cinéma américain, Le Figaro récapitule les films les plus importants à surveiller aux Oscars 2022.

Belfast de Kenneth Branagh

9 nominations. 1h37. Actuellement au cinéma.

Buddy, un petit garçon de 9 ans, grandit à Belfast lorsque éclate à partir de 1969 la violente période des troubles entre la population anglaise protestante et les Irlandais catholiques. Cette fiction à caractère autobiographique, réalisée en noir et blanc par Kenneth Brannagh, est notamment nommée dans les catégories de meilleur film et de meilleur réalisateur. À l’affiche, Ciarán Hinds et Judi Dench sont également en lice pour la statuette de meilleur acteur et actrice dans un second rôle. Les Oscars du meilleur son et de la meilleure chanson originale pourraient également lui échoir.

Coda de Sian Heder

3 nominations. 1h51. Disponible sur AppleTV+.

Ruby, lycéenne américaine et chanteuse en éclosion apprend à jongler entre les prémices d’une carrière prometteuse et les attentes de sa famille. Le hic ? Ses parents ainsi que ses frères sont tous sourds. Remake de La Famille Bélier , Coda a rapporté la semaine dernière le prix de meilleur film de l’année décerné par la Producers Guild of America (PGA), généralement un bon indicateur du meilleur film palmarès des Oscars. Le film peut aussi prétendre remporter le prix du meilleur scénario adapté. L’acteur malentendant Troy Kotsur est nommé dans la catégorie de meilleur acteur dans un second rôle.

Don’t Look Up d’Adam McKay

4 nominations. 2h25. Disponible sur Netflix.

Une comète en approche rapide se dirige droit vers la Terre et menace la planète bleue d’un cataclysme inédit depuis l’extinction des dinosaures. Bonne nouvelle: les scientifiques s’en aperçoivent à temps. Mauvaise nouvelle: la classe politico-médiatique s’en contrefiche royalement. Comédie satirique et grinçante, cette métaphore filmique de la lutte contre le changement climatique a rejoint les différents candidats au titre de meilleur film, en plus d’être nommé pour les Oscars de meilleure musique, meilleur scénario adapté et de meilleur montage.

Tick, Tick… Boom !, de Lin Manuel Miranda

2 nominations. 1h55. Disponible sur Netflix.

Si Andrew Garfield l’emporte dans la catégorie du meilleur acteur, ce ne sera pas pour sa performance surprise dans Spider-Man : No Way Home , mais bien pour son premier rôle dans une comédie musicale. Une performance qui lui a valu par ailleurs le Golden Globe du meilleur acteur dans un film musical. Avec Tick, Tick… Boom!, Andrew Garfield s’essaye pour la deuxième fois au genre du biopic, la première remontant à 2010. Pour The Social Network, le réalisateur David Fincher lui confiait le rôle d’Eduardo Saverin, co-fondateur de Facebook. Les Oscars offrent l’opportunité à Andrew Garfield de doublement l’emporter dans la catégorie du meilleur acteur, que convoitent Benedict Cumberbatch, Javier Bardem, Denzel Washington et Will Smith.

Drive My Car de Ruysuke Yamaguchi

4 nominations. 2h57. Disponible sur AppleTV+, en DVD et Blu-ray.

Un metteur en scène japonais doit se rendre à Hiroshima, où il va préparer une nouvelle adaptation de l’Oncle Vania de Tchekhov. Il y est conduit par une conductrice peu bavarde. Les deux personnages apprendront à faire la connaissance l’un de l’autre au cours du trajet. Prix du scénario au Festival de Cannes 2021 et meilleur film en langue étrangère aux Bafta 2022, ce road movie de Ryusuke Hamaguchi fait notamment partie des longs métrages en compétition pour la statuette du meilleur film international – en plus du ticket double pour les Oscars du meilleur film et du meilleur réalisateur. Adapté d’une nouvelle japonaise de Haruki Murakami, Drive My Car est également nommé dans la catégorie de meilleur scénario adapté.

Dune, de Denis Villeneuve

10 nominations. En VOD, en DVD et Blu-ray.

Paul Atréides accompagne sa famille et sa maison sur la planète Arrakis, l’unique point connu de la galaxie où se trouve l’Épice, un hallucinogène puissant, nécessaire aux voyages dans l’espace. Nouvelle adaptation du roman de science-fiction éponyme de Frank Herbert, le Dune réalisé par Denis Villeneuve est nommé dans une kyrielle de catégories techniques, où se côtoient habituellement les superproductions hollywoodiennes. Soit dix nominations en tout, ce qui en fera le second film le plus cité de la soirée derrière The Power of the Dog. Il tentera naturellement sa chance pour l’Oscar du meilleur film et celui du meilleur scénario adapté.

Julie (en 12 chapitres), de Joachim Trier

2 nominations. 2h08. Actuellement en salle. Disponible en DVD, Blu-ray et en VOD.

Entre escapade charmante à Oslo et mélancolie scandinave, ce long métrage suit plusieurs séquences de la vie d’une norvégienne trentenaire et malicieuse (Renate Reinsve, prix d’interprétation féminine au festival de Cannes 2021). Réalisé par Joachim Trier, le film (titré The Worst Person in the World, dans sa version anglaise) pourrait l’emporter dans la catégorie de meilleur scénario original. Et briller dans celle du meilleur film en langue étrangère.

La Méthode Williams, de Reinaldo Marcus Green

6 nominations. 2h25. Disponible en DVD et Blu-ray le 6 avril.

Un patriarche ambivalent se consacre à corps perdu à l’éducation sportive de ses deux jeunes filles, des joueuses de tennis en devenir. Elles s’appellent Venus et Serena Williams. Intitulée King Richard aux États-Unis, la biographie de la famille Williams pourrait notamment faire remporter à Will Smith son premier Oscar, dans la catégorie de Meilleur acteur, après deux malheureuses nominations passées (pour Ali et À la recherche du bonheur). Nommé dans les catégories meilleur film, meilleur scénario original, meilleur montage et meilleure chanson originale, le film permet aussi à Aunjanue Ellis
d’être en compétition pour la statuette de meilleure actrice dans un second rôle.

Licorice Pizza de Paul Thomas Anderson

3 nominations. 2h13. Actuellement au cinéma.

Un vieil adolescent et une jeune adulte s’éprennent l’un de l’autre, entre la Californie et le New York du milieu des années 1970. Fable innocente et inspirée sur les premières amours de la jeunesse d’autrefois, le film de Paul Thomas Anderson est en compétition pour les deux prix convoités de meilleur film et de meilleure réalisation. Il pourrait également ravir la statuette du meilleur scénario original au grand favori Belfast.

Nightmare Alley de Guillermo del Toro

4 nominations. 2h31min. Actuellement au cinéma.

Après ses Oscars du meilleur film et du meilleur réalisateur décrochés en 2018 avec La Forme de l’eau , Guillermo del Toro revient à l’attaque du prix le plus prestigieux d’Hollywood avec une nouvelle histoire aux profonds accents fantastique, mise en scène dans l’Amérique de 1939. Point de monstres aquatiques ici, mais des contorsionnistes et des bêtes de foire. Pas favori pour l’Oscar suprême, le long métrage pourrait capitaliser au moins sur ses décors, ses costumes ou encore sur sa photographie.

The Lost Daughter de Maggie Gyllenhaal

3 nominations. 2h02min. Disponible sur Netflix.

Une quadragénaire un peu perdue part se ressourcer en Grèce. Elle rencontre sur une plage une jeune maman épuisée par son enfant et qui lui rappelle ses propres errances maternelles. Premier film réalisé par l’actrice Maggie Gyllenhaal, cette adaptation d’un roman d’Elena Ferrante (nommée dans la catégorie de meilleur scénario adapté) place Olivia Colman et Jessie Buckley en très bonne position pour les Oscars de meilleure actrice et de meilleur actrice dans un second rôle.

The Power of the Dog de Jane Campion

12 nominations. 2h06. Disponible sur Netflix.

Dans le fin fond du Montana, en 1925, un cow-boy brutal (Benedict Cumberbatch) enrage contre la femme alcoolique et le fils efféminé de son frère. Une manière de purger le douloureux secret qu’il garde en lui. Déconstruction des mythes virils de l’Ouest américain, le western intimiste de Jane Campion est le long métrage favori de cette 94e édition des Oscars. Il ne cumule pas moins de douze nominations, dont les convoitées catégories de meilleur film et meilleure réalisation.

West Side Story de Steven Spielberg

7 nominations. 2h 37min. Disponible en DVD et Blu-ray.

New York, 1957. Le gang des Jets rivalise avec celui des Jets portoricains. Cela n’empêche pas la petite frappe Tony (Ansel Elgort) de tomber amoureux de la gracieuse Maria (Rachel Zegler), envers et contre tous. Signé Steven Spielberg, ce remake fidèle de la comédie musicale de 1961 a engrangé dix nominations, dont celles de Meilleur film et de Meilleure réalisation. Révélation du film, Ariana DeBose a ses chances pour l’Oscar de la meilleure actrice dans un second rôle.

Encanto, de Byron Howard, Jared Bush, et Charise Castro Smith

3 nominations. 1h43. Actuellement en salle.

Nichée dans les montagnes colombiennes, la famille Madrigal habite une maison enchantée dans une cité pleine de vie, nommée Encanto. Chaque membre dispose d’un pouvoir magique, à l’exception de Mirabel, vivant dans la frustration. L’adolescente se rend compte de son importance lorsque sa famille est exposée à un imminent danger. Couronné du meilleur film d’animation au Golden Globes puis aux BAFTA, le 60e classique d’animation des studios Disney peut espérer le triplet gagnant aux Oscars.

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Prêt pour la cérémonie, qui se déroule dans la nuit de dimanche à lundi? Relisez les avis des critiques du Figaro et il est encore temps de voir la plupart des films, actuellement au cinéma, sur Netflix, Prime Vidéo, Apple TV ou en DVD.

Une quinzaine de longs métrages s’apprêtent à en découdre, dimanche soir, lors de la 94e cérémonie des Oscars. Meilleur film, meilleurs scénarios original et adapté, meilleures performances masculines et féminines, … La majorité des statuettes dorées convoitées du tout Hollywood seront distribuées à un concentré de longs métrages encensés par la critique et scrutés au fil des festivals et des prix cinématographiques. En amont de la soirée la plus attendue du cinéma américain, Le Figaro récapitule les films les plus importants à surveiller aux Oscars 2022.

Belfast de Kenneth Branagh

9 nominations. 1h37. Actuellement au cinéma.

Buddy, un petit garçon de 9 ans, grandit à Belfast lorsque éclate à partir de 1969 la violente période des troubles entre la population anglaise protestante et les Irlandais catholiques. Cette fiction à caractère autobiographique, réalisée en noir et blanc par Kenneth Brannagh, est notamment nommée dans les catégories de meilleur film et de meilleur réalisateur. À l’affiche, Ciarán Hinds et Judi Dench sont également en lice pour la statuette de meilleur acteur et actrice dans un second rôle. Les Oscars du meilleur son et de la meilleure chanson originale pourraient également lui échoir.

Coda de Sian Heder

3 nominations. 1h51. Disponible sur AppleTV+.

Ruby, lycéenne américaine et chanteuse en éclosion apprend à jongler entre les prémices d’une carrière prometteuse et les attentes de sa famille. Le hic ? Ses parents ainsi que ses frères sont tous sourds. Remake de La Famille Bélier , Coda a rapporté la semaine dernière le prix de meilleur film de l’année décerné par la Producers Guild of America (PGA), généralement un bon indicateur du meilleur film palmarès des Oscars. Le film peut aussi prétendre remporter le prix du meilleur scénario adapté. L’acteur malentendant Troy Kotsur est nommé dans la catégorie de meilleur acteur dans un second rôle.

Don’t Look Up d’Adam McKay

4 nominations. 2h25. Disponible sur Netflix.

Une comète en approche rapide se dirige droit vers la Terre et menace la planète bleue d’un cataclysme inédit depuis l’extinction des dinosaures. Bonne nouvelle: les scientifiques s’en aperçoivent à temps. Mauvaise nouvelle: la classe politico-médiatique s’en contrefiche royalement. Comédie satirique et grinçante, cette métaphore filmique de la lutte contre le changement climatique a rejoint les différents candidats au titre de meilleur film, en plus d’être nommé pour les Oscars de meilleure musique, meilleur scénario adapté et de meilleur montage.

Tick, Tick… Boom !, de Lin Manuel Miranda

2 nominations. 1h55. Disponible sur Netflix.

Si Andrew Garfield l’emporte dans la catégorie du meilleur acteur, ce ne sera pas pour sa performance surprise dans Spider-Man : No Way Home , mais bien pour son premier rôle dans une comédie musicale. Une performance qui lui a valu par ailleurs le Golden Globe du meilleur acteur dans un film musical. Avec Tick, Tick… Boom!, Andrew Garfield s’essaye pour la deuxième fois au genre du biopic, la première remontant à 2010. Pour The Social Network, le réalisateur David Fincher lui confiait le rôle d’Eduardo Saverin, co-fondateur de Facebook. Les Oscars offrent l’opportunité à Andrew Garfield de doublement l’emporter dans la catégorie du meilleur acteur, que convoitent Benedict Cumberbatch, Javier Bardem, Denzel Washington et Will Smith.

Drive My Car de Ruysuke Yamaguchi

4 nominations. 2h57. Disponible sur AppleTV+, en DVD et Blu-ray.

Un metteur en scène japonais doit se rendre à Hiroshima, où il va préparer une nouvelle adaptation de l’Oncle Vania de Tchekhov. Il y est conduit par une conductrice peu bavarde. Les deux personnages apprendront à faire la connaissance l’un de l’autre au cours du trajet. Prix du scénario au Festival de Cannes 2021 et meilleur film en langue étrangère aux Bafta 2022, ce road movie de Ryusuke Hamaguchi fait notamment partie des longs métrages en compétition pour la statuette du meilleur film international – en plus du ticket double pour les Oscars du meilleur film et du meilleur réalisateur. Adapté d’une nouvelle japonaise de Haruki Murakami, Drive My Car est également nommé dans la catégorie de meilleur scénario adapté.

Dune, de Denis Villeneuve

10 nominations. En VOD, en DVD et Blu-ray.

Paul Atréides accompagne sa famille et sa maison sur la planète Arrakis, l’unique point connu de la galaxie où se trouve l’Épice, un hallucinogène puissant, nécessaire aux voyages dans l’espace. Nouvelle adaptation du roman de science-fiction éponyme de Frank Herbert, le Dune réalisé par Denis Villeneuve est nommé dans une kyrielle de catégories techniques, où se côtoient habituellement les superproductions hollywoodiennes. Soit dix nominations en tout, ce qui en fera le second film le plus cité de la soirée derrière The Power of the Dog. Il tentera naturellement sa chance pour l’Oscar du meilleur film et celui du meilleur scénario adapté.

Julie (en 12 chapitres), de Joachim Trier

2 nominations. 2h08. Actuellement en salle. Disponible en DVD, Blu-ray et en VOD.

Entre escapade charmante à Oslo et mélancolie scandinave, ce long métrage suit plusieurs séquences de la vie d’une norvégienne trentenaire et malicieuse (Renate Reinsve, prix d’interprétation féminine au festival de Cannes 2021). Réalisé par Joachim Trier, le film (titré The Worst Person in the World, dans sa version anglaise) pourrait l’emporter dans la catégorie de meilleur scénario original. Et briller dans celle du meilleur film en langue étrangère.

La Méthode Williams, de Reinaldo Marcus Green

6 nominations. 2h25. Disponible en DVD et Blu-ray le 6 avril.

Un patriarche ambivalent se consacre à corps perdu à l’éducation sportive de ses deux jeunes filles, des joueuses de tennis en devenir. Elles s’appellent Venus et Serena Williams. Intitulée King Richard aux États-Unis, la biographie de la famille Williams pourrait notamment faire remporter à Will Smith son premier Oscar, dans la catégorie de Meilleur acteur, après deux malheureuses nominations passées (pour Ali et À la recherche du bonheur). Nommé dans les catégories meilleur film, meilleur scénario original, meilleur montage et meilleure chanson originale, le film permet aussi à Aunjanue Ellis
d’être en compétition pour la statuette de meilleure actrice dans un second rôle.

Licorice Pizza de Paul Thomas Anderson

3 nominations. 2h13. Actuellement au cinéma.

Un vieil adolescent et une jeune adulte s’éprennent l’un de l’autre, entre la Californie et le New York du milieu des années 1970. Fable innocente et inspirée sur les premières amours de la jeunesse d’autrefois, le film de Paul Thomas Anderson est en compétition pour les deux prix convoités de meilleur film et de meilleure réalisation. Il pourrait également ravir la statuette du meilleur scénario original au grand favori Belfast.

Nightmare Alley de Guillermo del Toro

4 nominations. 2h31min. Actuellement au cinéma.

Après ses Oscars du meilleur film et du meilleur réalisateur décrochés en 2018 avec La Forme de l’eau , Guillermo del Toro revient à l’attaque du prix le plus prestigieux d’Hollywood avec une nouvelle histoire aux profonds accents fantastique, mise en scène dans l’Amérique de 1939. Point de monstres aquatiques ici, mais des contorsionnistes et des bêtes de foire. Pas favori pour l’Oscar suprême, le long métrage pourrait capitaliser au moins sur ses décors, ses costumes ou encore sur sa photographie.

The Lost Daughter de Maggie Gyllenhaal

3 nominations. 2h02min. Disponible sur Netflix.

Une quadragénaire un peu perdue part se ressourcer en Grèce. Elle rencontre sur une plage une jeune maman épuisée par son enfant et qui lui rappelle ses propres errances maternelles. Premier film réalisé par l’actrice Maggie Gyllenhaal, cette adaptation d’un roman d’Elena Ferrante (nommée dans la catégorie de meilleur scénario adapté) place Olivia Colman et Jessie Buckley en très bonne position pour les Oscars de meilleure actrice et de meilleur actrice dans un second rôle.

The Power of the Dog de Jane Campion

12 nominations. 2h06. Disponible sur Netflix.

Dans le fin fond du Montana, en 1925, un cow-boy brutal (Benedict Cumberbatch) enrage contre la femme alcoolique et le fils efféminé de son frère. Une manière de purger le douloureux secret qu’il garde en lui. Déconstruction des mythes virils de l’Ouest américain, le western intimiste de Jane Campion est le long métrage favori de cette 94e édition des Oscars. Il ne cumule pas moins de douze nominations, dont les convoitées catégories de meilleur film et meilleure réalisation.

West Side Story de Steven Spielberg

7 nominations. 2h 37min. Disponible en DVD et Blu-ray.

New York, 1957. Le gang des Jets rivalise avec celui des Jets portoricains. Cela n’empêche pas la petite frappe Tony (Ansel Elgort) de tomber amoureux de la gracieuse Maria (Rachel Zegler), envers et contre tous. Signé Steven Spielberg, ce remake fidèle de la comédie musicale de 1961 a engrangé dix nominations, dont celles de Meilleur film et de Meilleure réalisation. Révélation du film, Ariana DeBose a ses chances pour l’Oscar de la meilleure actrice dans un second rôle.

Encanto, de Byron Howard, Jared Bush, et Charise Castro Smith

3 nominations. 1h43. Actuellement en salle.

Nichée dans les montagnes colombiennes, la famille Madrigal habite une maison enchantée dans une cité pleine de vie, nommée Encanto. Chaque membre dispose d’un pouvoir magique, à l’exception de Mirabel, vivant dans la frustration. L’adolescente se rend compte de son importance lorsque sa famille est exposée à un imminent danger. Couronné du meilleur film d’animation au Golden Globes puis aux BAFTA, le 60e classique d’animation des studios Disney peut espérer le triplet gagnant aux Oscars.

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Matthew Dellavedova il y a une semaine, Kent Bazemore hier, Quinn Cook aujourd’hui : les Kings font dans le recyclage de profils qui pourraient – dans un monde où tous les paris aboutissent – dépanner en sortie de banc. Pour ce dernier, ce contrat d’une saison est l’occasion de se relancer après un exercice 2021-22 passé à savonner des pères de famille en G League. Débrief.

La dernière fois qu’on l’a vu – ou du moins qu’il nous a marqués – Quinn Cook demandait au bus des Lakers de faire demi-tour après l’avoir oublié à la salle. Une incroyable anecdote tirée de l’euphorie d’un titre, qui laissait à nos mémoires le souvenir d’un joueur bon vivant, pas forcément le plus en vue sur un terrain de basket. Et pour cause, sa dernière apparition sur un parquet NBA remonte au 27 mars 2021, dans une défaite de ses Cavaliers à Los Angeles. Il avait inscrit 9 points en 15 minutes de jeu. Derrière ? Tirage de rideau, écran noir, puis une signature avec les Stockton Kings – franchise de G League affiliée aux Sacramento Kings – en février dernier. En onze matchs dans l’antichambre, Quinn Cook a claqué des moyennes de 23.5 points à 52% au tir dont 44% à 3-points, 4.9 rebonds et 5.9 assists. C’est bien, mais pas assez pour prétendre à un contrat de 180 millions sur cinq ans en NBA. Tant mieux, ce n’est pas ce à quoi il prétend. Selon les infos de Marc J. Spears d’ESPN et Andscape, Quinn Cook et les Kings se sont mis d’accord autour d’un contrat liant le meneur à la franchise californienne pour une saison. À force de balancer des « League him ! » sous les tweets relatant ses grosses performances en G League, le meneur a retrouvé franchise NBA à son pied.

La couleur du maillot reste la même, seul le prestige change. Sous l’étiquette des Stockton Kings, Quinn Cook a beau n’avoir jamais topé un match à 30 points, sa constance et sa propreté ont forcé Monte McNair à faire le pas avant la concurrence. Si ce n’était pas à Sacramento, le meneur de 29 ans aurait probablement trouvé un autre pied-à-terre en NBA. Mais sa réputation retrouvée ne garantit pas pour autant à Quinn Cook une place dans le roster final de Mike Brown. Son contrat, vraisemblablement non garanti, n’ira à son terme que s’il parvient à griller Matthew Dellavedova dans la course au spot de 3e meneur, derrière Davion Mitchell et De’Aaron Fox. Une tâche ardue puisque l’Australien, loin d’être grillé, n’a « que » 31 ans et non 47 comme laisse à penser la date de ses derniers haut faits en NBA. L’impression que c’était il y a 10 ans qu’il donnait son corps à la science sur des giga plongeons dans les travées de la Quicken Loans Arena. Bref, cette concurrence ne pourra faire que du bien au camp d’entraînement des Kings, dont les dernières saisons ont trahi le caractère trop « soft ». Pour concurrencer les autres franchises, une équipe a d’abord besoin de concurrence en son sein. D’où est-ce qu’on sort ça ? Sylvain Mosson, 52 ans, coach des écureuils de Noirmoutier de 2011 à 2017 (Seniors départemental 2).

Aller piocher deux vieux pas vraiment vieux pour tenter d’animer une sortie de banc à prix réduit, c’est ce qu’on appelle une tentative de malinerie à Sac Town. En espérant que les articulations se dérouillent, et qu’une concurrence saine entre Dellavedova et Cook influe sur la mentalité du groupe.

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Matthew Dellavedova il y a une semaine, Kent Bazemore hier, Quinn Cook aujourd’hui : les Kings font dans le recyclage de profils qui pourraient – dans un monde où tous les paris aboutissent – dépanner en sortie de banc. Pour ce dernier, ce contrat d’une saison est l’occasion de se relancer après un exercice 2021-22 passé à savonner des pères de famille en G League. Débrief.

La dernière fois qu’on l’a vu – ou du moins qu’il nous a marqués – Quinn Cook demandait au bus des Lakers de faire demi-tour après l’avoir oublié à la salle. Une incroyable anecdote tirée de l’euphorie d’un titre, qui laissait à nos mémoires le souvenir d’un joueur bon vivant, pas forcément le plus en vue sur un terrain de basket. Et pour cause, sa dernière apparition sur un parquet NBA remonte au 27 mars 2021, dans une défaite de ses Cavaliers à Los Angeles. Il avait inscrit 9 points en 15 minutes de jeu. Derrière ? Tirage de rideau, écran noir, puis une signature avec les Stockton Kings – franchise de G League affiliée aux Sacramento Kings – en février dernier. En onze matchs dans l’antichambre, Quinn Cook a claqué des moyennes de 23.5 points à 52% au tir dont 44% à 3-points, 4.9 rebonds et 5.9 assists. C’est bien, mais pas assez pour prétendre à un contrat de 180 millions sur cinq ans en NBA. Tant mieux, ce n’est pas ce à quoi il prétend. Selon les infos de Marc J. Spears d’ESPN et Andscape, Quinn Cook et les Kings se sont mis d’accord autour d’un contrat liant le meneur à la franchise californienne pour une saison. À force de balancer des « League him ! » sous les tweets relatant ses grosses performances en G League, le meneur a retrouvé franchise NBA à son pied.

La couleur du maillot reste la même, seul le prestige change. Sous l’étiquette des Stockton Kings, Quinn Cook a beau n’avoir jamais topé un match à 30 points, sa constance et sa propreté ont forcé Monte McNair à faire le pas avant la concurrence. Si ce n’était pas à Sacramento, le meneur de 29 ans aurait probablement trouvé un autre pied-à-terre en NBA. Mais sa réputation retrouvée ne garantit pas pour autant à Quinn Cook une place dans le roster final de Mike Brown. Son contrat, vraisemblablement non garanti, n’ira à son terme que s’il parvient à griller Matthew Dellavedova dans la course au spot de 3e meneur, derrière Davion Mitchell et De’Aaron Fox. Une tâche ardue puisque l’Australien, loin d’être grillé, n’a « que » 31 ans et non 47 comme laisse à penser la date de ses derniers haut faits en NBA. L’impression que c’était il y a 10 ans qu’il donnait son corps à la science sur des giga plongeons dans les travées de la Quicken Loans Arena. Bref, cette concurrence ne pourra faire que du bien au camp d’entraînement des Kings, dont les dernières saisons ont trahi le caractère trop « soft ». Pour concurrencer les autres franchises, une équipe a d’abord besoin de concurrence en son sein. D’où est-ce qu’on sort ça ? Sylvain Mosson, 52 ans, coach des écureuils de Noirmoutier de 2011 à 2017 (Seniors départemental 2).

Aller piocher deux vieux pas vraiment vieux pour tenter d’animer une sortie de banc à prix réduit, c’est ce qu’on appelle une tentative de malinerie à Sac Town. En espérant que les articulations se dérouillent, et qu’une concurrence saine entre Dellavedova et Cook influe sur la mentalité du groupe.

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Quinn Cook s’engage pour une saison avec les Kings

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Los amantes de la literatura y los viajes que dispongan de dinero y tiempo libre en septiembre están de suerte: el 15 de ese mes se inaugura la 17ª edición del Hay Festival Segovia, un acontecimiento literario que durante cuatro días reunirá eventos, conferencias y presentaciones de libros para excitar las mentes más curiosas.

Más de un centenar de invitados de 17 países viajarán a la capital castellana para participar en un programa que abarca múltiples ideas, desde periodismo, literatura y arte contemporáneo a inteligencia artificial, robótica o temas de liderazgo empresarial.

Uno de los eventos con toque “latino” más destacados tendrá lugar el viernes 16 de septiembre, y consistirá en la a presentación de  “Volver a contar: Escritores de América Latina en los archivos del Museo Británico”   una antología de relatos que surge de la colaboración entre el Museo Británico y el Hay Festival, para explorar 10.000 años de historia en América Latina. 

El libro, publicado por Anagrama, es el resultado de tener a un grupo de escritores latinoamericanos indagando en las narrativas sobre el pasado a través de la colección de objetos latinoamericanos desconocidos del Museo Británico. Entre los autores de la antología que viajarán a Segovia están Carlos Fonseca (Costa Rica y Puerto Rico) autor de ‘Austral’, Lina Maruane (Chile), autora de Sistema nervioso, y Cristina Rivera Garza (México), autora de ‘El invencible verano de Liliana’, que conversarán sobre el libro, una mezcla  investigación rigurosa y ficción para ayudarnos a comprender mejor nuestra historia e intentar llenar los huecos que todavía hoy están en blanco.
 

Otro evento destacado, también programado para el viernes 16 es el debate tituado “Literatura contra la desinformación”, en el que participarán Nativel Preciado y Antonio Lucas en conversación con el editor  Daniel Fernández.

La idea es debatir si la  literatura contrarrestar las consecuencias negativas para la sociedad de las noticias falsas? Nativel Preciado y Antonio Lucas, dos autores que aúnan su condición de periodistas y escritores, tratarán de contestar a esta pregunta, desde la premisa de que tanto a través de la Literatura como a través de su presencia en los medios de comunicación se puede luchar contra el impacto de las fake news y a favor de un periodismo de calidad. 

Por otro lado, Segovia recibirá la visita de numerosos escritores de renombre, desde Antonio Muñoz Molina a Espido Freire o Jacobo Bergareche, pasando el escritor senegalés Mohamed Mbougar Sarr (Premio Goncourt 2021) y la historietista sueca feminista Liv Strömquist.

 También harán acto de presencia intelectuales internacionales de renombre como los historiadores Antony Beevor o Simon Sebag Montefiore, artistas como Ai Weiwei, Miquel Barceló, Liam Young o Joana Vasconcelos, o los científicos Konstantin Novoselov (premio Nobel de Física) o el biólogo y ecologista Josef H. Reichof. 

Entre los invitados más llamativos está un rebaño de 28 ovejas, traídas al festival para hablar de la teoría de la unificación de Albert Einstein. Cada animal llevará escrita la palabra SÍ o NO, y servirá para ilustrar que las ideas contrarias pueden convivir en paz. 

Por útlimo, el Hay Festival Segovia dedicará atención especial al escritor francés de novela negra Simenon, cuya obra está siendo reeditada por las editoriales Anagrama y Acantilado. 

Reconocido en 2020 con el Premio Princesa de Asturias de Comunicación y Humanidades, el Hay Festival nació en 1988 en el pequeño pueblo de Gales Hay-on-Wye y desde 2006 celebra su edición española en Segovia bajo la dirección de Sheila Cremaschi.

“La clave del éxito de nuestro festival es que en nuestros eventos el encuentro entre público y autor es tan cercano, que esa cercanía crea una energía que el participante aprecia mucho”, dijo Cremaschi en una entrevista reciente con RTVE.

Este año el festival girará en torno a dos ideas: tradición e innovación. En la parte de tradición entrarían “todos esos debates tan interesantes e irrepetibles que se producen durante el festival”, según la directora. Pero durante las últimas ediciones, añade, “hemos ido agregando las nuevas tecnologías al debate: ¿Cómo los creadores usan las nuevas tecnologías? ¿La robótica va a escribir literatura? Este año vamos a seguir investigando en esta línea”, concluyó. 

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Hay Festival Segovia: una cita imperdible para después del verano

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Los amantes de la literatura y los viajes que dispongan de dinero y tiempo libre en septiembre están de suerte: el 15 de ese mes se inaugura la 17ª edición del Hay Festival Segovia, un acontecimiento literario que durante cuatro días reunirá eventos, conferencias y presentaciones de libros para excitar las mentes más curiosas.

Más de un centenar de invitados de 17 países viajarán a la capital castellana para participar en un programa que abarca múltiples ideas, desde periodismo, literatura y arte contemporáneo a inteligencia artificial, robótica o temas de liderazgo empresarial.

Uno de los eventos con toque “latino” más destacados tendrá lugar el viernes 16 de septiembre, y consistirá en la a presentación de  “Volver a contar: Escritores de América Latina en los archivos del Museo Británico”   una antología de relatos que surge de la colaboración entre el Museo Británico y el Hay Festival, para explorar 10.000 años de historia en América Latina. 

El libro, publicado por Anagrama, es el resultado de tener a un grupo de escritores latinoamericanos indagando en las narrativas sobre el pasado a través de la colección de objetos latinoamericanos desconocidos del Museo Británico. Entre los autores de la antología que viajarán a Segovia están Carlos Fonseca (Costa Rica y Puerto Rico) autor de ‘Austral’, Lina Maruane (Chile), autora de Sistema nervioso, y Cristina Rivera Garza (México), autora de ‘El invencible verano de Liliana’, que conversarán sobre el libro, una mezcla  investigación rigurosa y ficción para ayudarnos a comprender mejor nuestra historia e intentar llenar los huecos que todavía hoy están en blanco.
 

Otro evento destacado, también programado para el viernes 16 es el debate tituado “Literatura contra la desinformación”, en el que participarán Nativel Preciado y Antonio Lucas en conversación con el editor  Daniel Fernández.

La idea es debatir si la  literatura contrarrestar las consecuencias negativas para la sociedad de las noticias falsas? Nativel Preciado y Antonio Lucas, dos autores que aúnan su condición de periodistas y escritores, tratarán de contestar a esta pregunta, desde la premisa de que tanto a través de la Literatura como a través de su presencia en los medios de comunicación se puede luchar contra el impacto de las fake news y a favor de un periodismo de calidad. 

Por otro lado, Segovia recibirá la visita de numerosos escritores de renombre, desde Antonio Muñoz Molina a Espido Freire o Jacobo Bergareche, pasando el escritor senegalés Mohamed Mbougar Sarr (Premio Goncourt 2021) y la historietista sueca feminista Liv Strömquist.

 También harán acto de presencia intelectuales internacionales de renombre como los historiadores Antony Beevor o Simon Sebag Montefiore, artistas como Ai Weiwei, Miquel Barceló, Liam Young o Joana Vasconcelos, o los científicos Konstantin Novoselov (premio Nobel de Física) o el biólogo y ecologista Josef H. Reichof. 

Entre los invitados más llamativos está un rebaño de 28 ovejas, traídas al festival para hablar de la teoría de la unificación de Albert Einstein. Cada animal llevará escrita la palabra SÍ o NO, y servirá para ilustrar que las ideas contrarias pueden convivir en paz. 

Por útlimo, el Hay Festival Segovia dedicará atención especial al escritor francés de novela negra Simenon, cuya obra está siendo reeditada por las editoriales Anagrama y Acantilado. 

Reconocido en 2020 con el Premio Princesa de Asturias de Comunicación y Humanidades, el Hay Festival nació en 1988 en el pequeño pueblo de Gales Hay-on-Wye y desde 2006 celebra su edición española en Segovia bajo la dirección de Sheila Cremaschi.

“La clave del éxito de nuestro festival es que en nuestros eventos el encuentro entre público y autor es tan cercano, que esa cercanía crea una energía que el participante aprecia mucho”, dijo Cremaschi en una entrevista reciente con RTVE.

Este año el festival girará en torno a dos ideas: tradición e innovación. En la parte de tradición entrarían “todos esos debates tan interesantes e irrepetibles que se producen durante el festival”, según la directora. Pero durante las últimas ediciones, añade, “hemos ido agregando las nuevas tecnologías al debate: ¿Cómo los creadores usan las nuevas tecnologías? ¿La robótica va a escribir literatura? Este año vamos a seguir investigando en esta línea”, concluyó. 

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Hay Festival Segovia: una cita imperdible para después del verano

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Will Smith in tears after receiving an Oscar at the March 2022 ceremony.
via Associated Press Will Smith in tears after receiving an Oscar at the March 2022 ceremony.

via Associated Press

OSCARS – The Academy of Oscars decided this Friday, April 8 to ban Will Smith from any ceremony or event that it will organize for a period of ten years, as punishment for the slap that the actor had dealt to the comedian Chris Rock in the middle of a gala evening at the end of March.

“Mr. Smith will not be permitted to attend any Academy event or program, in person or virtually,” whether or not it is the Oscars, and effective immediately, the Academy’s Board of Directors wrote in a statement. the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which met Friday morning.

The Academy has accepted Will Smith’s resignation, which he submitted last week, but did not strip him of the Best Actor Oscar he received last month for ‘The Williams Method’. “I accept and respect the decision of the Academy,” responded Will Smith in a brief written statement.

Actions “shocking, painful and inexcusable”

The Friday morning meeting of the Academy’s board of directors, attended by stars such as Steven Spielberg and Whoopi Goldberg, was part of the disciplinary proceedings initiated against the actor after his slap in the middle of the gala evening of the Oscars.

A ceremony “overshadowed by the unacceptable and harmful behavior of Mr. Smith on the stage. During our television broadcast, we did not react properly to the situation. We are sorry about that,” Academy President David Rubin and CEO Dawn Hudson said on Friday. “We want to express our deepest gratitude to Mr. Rock for keeping his cool under these extraordinary circumstances,” they added in their statement.

Will Smith, 53, took everyone by storm, resigning on his own last week. “My actions at the 94th Academy Awards were shocking, painful and inexcusable,” the actor wrote, five days after taking the stage to slap comedian Chris Rock who had just made a joke about his close-cropped hair. spouse.

Will Smith, 53, took everyone by storm, resigning on his own last week. “My actions at the 94th Academy Awards were shocking, painful and inexcusable,” the actor wrote, five days after taking the stage to slap comedian Chris Rock who had just made a joke about his close-cropped hair. spouse.

Jada Pinkett Smith went public a few years ago with alopecia, a condition that causes severe hair loss. A few tens of minutes after the slap, Will Smith returned to the Oscars stage to receive the best actor award for his role in “The Williams Method”.

He hadn’t made any act of contrition at the time, contenting himself with castigating “people who disrespect you” and saying that “love makes you do crazy things”. It wasn’t until the next day, after the Academy announced an internal investigation into the incident, that the actor issued an apology to Chris Rock and the organizers. He then pleaded to have reacted “emotionally” to “a joke about Jada’s health problem”.

Chris Rock does not press charges

Last Friday when finally announcing his resignation, Will Smith admitted to having “betrayed the confidence of the Academy. I deprived other candidates and winners of the chance to celebrate their extraordinary work”. “I will accept all the consequences that the board of directors deems appropriate”, he added in his text.

Voices were raised to demand that Will Smith be stripped of his Oscar, but others pointed out that neither Harvey Weinstein, a former Hollywood mogul convicted of rape and sexual assault, nor director Roman Polanski had been forced to return their statuettes after being expelled from the Academy.

The day after the incident, actress Whoopi Goldberg herself had considered that this eventuality was unlikely concerning Will Smith. “There will be consequences, I’m sure, but I don’t think that’s what they’re going to do, especially because Chris” Rock has decided not to press charges, she had said on television .

For his part, the comedian has not spoken publicly about this incident. “I’m still digesting what happened. So at some point I’m going to talk about this stuff. And it will be serious and funny”, he said on March 30 at the start of a show.

See also on The HuffPost: At the Grammys, the slap of Will Smith was also in the game

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Will Smith banned from Oscars for 10 years

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Will Smith in tears after receiving an Oscar at the March 2022 ceremony.
via Associated Press Will Smith in tears after receiving an Oscar at the March 2022 ceremony.

via Associated Press

OSCARS – The Academy of Oscars decided this Friday, April 8 to ban Will Smith from any ceremony or event that it will organize for a period of ten years, as punishment for the slap that the actor had dealt to the comedian Chris Rock in the middle of a gala evening at the end of March.

“Mr. Smith will not be permitted to attend any Academy event or program, in person or virtually,” whether or not it is the Oscars, and effective immediately, the Academy’s Board of Directors wrote in a statement. the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which met Friday morning.

The Academy has accepted Will Smith’s resignation, which he submitted last week, but did not strip him of the Best Actor Oscar he received last month for ‘The Williams Method’. “I accept and respect the decision of the Academy,” responded Will Smith in a brief written statement.

Actions “shocking, painful and inexcusable”

The Friday morning meeting of the Academy’s board of directors, attended by stars such as Steven Spielberg and Whoopi Goldberg, was part of the disciplinary proceedings initiated against the actor after his slap in the middle of the gala evening of the Oscars.

A ceremony “overshadowed by the unacceptable and harmful behavior of Mr. Smith on the stage. During our television broadcast, we did not react properly to the situation. We are sorry about that,” Academy President David Rubin and CEO Dawn Hudson said on Friday. “We want to express our deepest gratitude to Mr. Rock for keeping his cool under these extraordinary circumstances,” they added in their statement.

Will Smith, 53, took everyone by storm, resigning on his own last week. “My actions at the 94th Academy Awards were shocking, painful and inexcusable,” the actor wrote, five days after taking the stage to slap comedian Chris Rock who had just made a joke about his close-cropped hair. spouse.

Will Smith, 53, took everyone by storm, resigning on his own last week. “My actions at the 94th Academy Awards were shocking, painful and inexcusable,” the actor wrote, five days after taking the stage to slap comedian Chris Rock who had just made a joke about his close-cropped hair. spouse.

Jada Pinkett Smith went public a few years ago with alopecia, a condition that causes severe hair loss. A few tens of minutes after the slap, Will Smith returned to the Oscars stage to receive the best actor award for his role in “The Williams Method”.

He hadn’t made any act of contrition at the time, contenting himself with castigating “people who disrespect you” and saying that “love makes you do crazy things”. It wasn’t until the next day, after the Academy announced an internal investigation into the incident, that the actor issued an apology to Chris Rock and the organizers. He then pleaded to have reacted “emotionally” to “a joke about Jada’s health problem”.

Chris Rock does not press charges

Last Friday when finally announcing his resignation, Will Smith admitted to having “betrayed the confidence of the Academy. I deprived other candidates and winners of the chance to celebrate their extraordinary work”. “I will accept all the consequences that the board of directors deems appropriate”, he added in his text.

Voices were raised to demand that Will Smith be stripped of his Oscar, but others pointed out that neither Harvey Weinstein, a former Hollywood mogul convicted of rape and sexual assault, nor director Roman Polanski had been forced to return their statuettes after being expelled from the Academy.

The day after the incident, actress Whoopi Goldberg herself had considered that this eventuality was unlikely concerning Will Smith. “There will be consequences, I’m sure, but I don’t think that’s what they’re going to do, especially because Chris” Rock has decided not to press charges, she had said on television .

For his part, the comedian has not spoken publicly about this incident. “I’m still digesting what happened. So at some point I’m going to talk about this stuff. And it will be serious and funny”, he said on March 30 at the start of a show.

See also on The HuffPost: At the Grammys, the slap of Will Smith was also in the game

We would like to thank the writer of this article for this incredible content

Will Smith banned from Oscars for 10 years

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