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”Cinema, my love!” by Driss Chouika -MOUFTAKIR AN ORIGINAL CINEMATOGRAPHIC EXPERIENCE

“I like the small patches of light that highlight the large shadow areas”. Mohammad Mouftakir. The Errachidia Film Festival devoted its 12th edition to the cinematographic experience and work of director Mohamed Mouftakir. The program included screenings/debates of all of the director’s films and was crowned by a national symposium devoted to the study of …

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Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving issues another apology as possible return from suspension nears

CNN — Kyrie Irving, the Brooklyn Nets star who was suspended for at least five games by the team for comments made after sharing a link to an antisemitic movie on social media, has issued another apology as his possible return from suspension nears. While speaking to SNY’s Ian Begley in an interview Saturday, Irving …

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What to do if you’re worried about your Twitter account going away

CNN Business — As #RIPTwitter continues to trend on Twitter itself and a legion of engineers and other staffers exit the company, some users are preparing for a world without their accounts. For those who have lived their lives on the platform for the past decade or more, Twitter going dark could mean seeing years’ …

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”Rewind and Play”, behind the scenes of a failed interview with Thelonious Monk

By Kaouthar OUDRHIRI (AFP office in Rabat) In a documentary presented at the Marrakech International Film Festival, “Rewind and play”, director Alain Gomis unearths archive footage of jazzman Thelonious Monk, casting a harsh light on the biased view that the media could cast on a black artist. in 1969. French-Senegalese director and screenwriter Alain Gomis …

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‘The Santa Clauses’ review: Tim Allen loads up the sleigh again for Disney+ series

CNN — “The Santa Clauses” doesn’t bother trying to reinvent the sleigh, but it does splash a new coat of paint on it, in mostly pleasant and mildly clever ways. After three movies over a 12-year span beginning in 1994, Tim Allen is back in a Disney+ series that, at six half-hour episodes, puts some …

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Faced with spoofed accounts, Twitter is still reviewing its authentication system

Faced with the proliferation of spoofed accounts, Twitter reintroduced Friday in the greatest cacophony an “official” badge to certify certain profiles and suspended its paid authentication system. “To fight against identity theft, we have added an + official + acronym to certain accounts,” tweeted the influential platform, bought on October 28 by Elon Musk for …

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Japan puts 500 million euros on the table

Japan announced on Friday an investment of nearly half a billion euros in a new project intended to produce next-generation semiconductors in the country and bringing together major Japanese groups. The Japanese government has promised to inject 70 billion yen (483 million euros), while eight private companies including Sony, Toyota, SoftBank Group or NTT must …

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Great scorers since 1930, with 13 Fontaine gools still untouchable

In the list of scorers of the various editions of the Football World Cup since 1930, the French striker Just Fontaine still leads the scorers with 13 goals in 1958, dethroning the Hungarian Sándor Kocsis, 11 goals in 1954. Only the German Gerd Müller had subsequently tried to go close to his record in 1970. …

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