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Cannes Film Review: ‘Joan of Arc’

You have to hand it to Bruno Dumont, France’s dark prince of dour auteurism: He never makes the same film twice, even when he does, to all intents and purposes, make the same film twice. Two years ago, he offered his own singular contribution to cinema’s well-stocked canon of Joan of Arc dramas: As a […]
Tags: Festivals, Global, Markets & Festivals, Reviews, Bruno Dumont, Cannes Film Festival, Jeanne, Joan of Arc


"Does this dress make me look guilty?"

Anna Sorokin, the fake heiress accused of being a society scammer, was found guilty. There is an Instagram account devoted to her style in court. Our chief fashion critic @VVFriedman explains why courtroom fashion actually matters. — The New York Times (@nytimes) May 2, 2019 The linked article isn't just about Sorokin but about various celebrities making questionable courtroom fashion choices. Excerpt:And in 2011, during her trial for felony grand theft in Los Angeles, Lindsay Lohan garnered ...
Tags: Art, Fashion, Supreme Court, Law, Los Angeles, Looks, New York Times, The Times, Gloria Allred, Lindsay Lohan, Joan of Arc, Allred, Sorokin, Ann Althouse, Anna Nicole, Garner (the Word


Barbra Streisand Made It Okay To Be Beautiful, Funny, Talented — & Jewish

Why is May 2019 different from all other months? It’s Jewish American Heritage month for one, a period that feels especially important to mark given the rising insecurity coursing through Jewish American life. Because visibility is more important than ever before, Refinery29 brings you our celebration of Jewish American culture. L’chaim!There is no way to meaningfully parse the role of Jewish women in film without talking about Barbra Streisand. She’s the game-changer, the pivotal figure who ma...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Amy Schumer, Brooklyn, Heritage, Broadway, Poland, Manhattan, Hitler, West Coast, Hamlet, Sarah, David James, Joan of Arc, Hoffman


First Trailer for Bruno Dumont's 'Joan of Arc' Premiering in Cannes

"Men are impious." We're a week away from the start of the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, and we're beginning to see some marketing for films premiering there. The first full trailer for Bruno Dumont's new Joan of Arc film, titled simply Joan of Arc – or also Jeanne in France, has just debuted. We all know the story of Joan of Arc, and just before this Dumont made the film Jeannette: The Childhood of Joan of Arc. In this new adaptation, Dumont cast a 10-year-old actress named Lise Leplat Prudhom...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, France, Joan, Cannes, Joan of Arc, Indies, Jeanne, Dumont, Jeannette, To Watch, Foreign Film, Bruno Dumont, Lise Leplat Prudhomme, Joan Jeanne, Annick Lavieville Justine Herbez


7 of the Best Things to Do in Rouen, France

Rouen, the capital city of Normandy, France, is often overlooked as a tourist destination. However, Catherine shares the best things to do in Rouen and why it’s one of the top cities in Northern France for slow travellers. Paris, Nice, Bordeaux, Marseille; when people imagine cities in France, those are usually the ones that come to mind. While heading to any of these cities can make for a magnificent trip, they are all major tourist destinations. If you want to enjoy a historical French city...
Tags: Travel, Europe, France, Normandy, Paris, William, Washington State, Norman, Richard, Catherine, Best Cities, Rouen, Seine, Benedictine, Northern France, Don


Review: Glenn Close Raises a Saint in ‘Mother of the Maid’

In Jane Anderson’s satisfyingly old-fashioned play about Joan of Arc’s mom, Ms. Close shows the stuff of which great stage stars are made.
Tags: News, Close, Theater, Matthew, Anderson, Penn, Public Theater, Glenn, Joan of Arc, Jane Anderson, Mother of the Maid (Play, Jane (1954-


Retired Marine receives Medal of Honor

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump presented the nation's highest military honor Wednesday to an 80-year-old retired Marine sergeant major who five decades ago "fought with unmatched bravery" at the beginning of one of the Vietnam War's longest and bloodiest battles.John Canley's heroism includes twice scaling a hospital wall in view of the enemy to help wounded Marines and carry them to safety."I like brave people. You meet them right here," Trump said as he opened the ceremon...
Tags: News, Congress, Washington, Defense, Ap, Marine, Marines, John, Donald Trump, Trump, Joan of Arc, South Vietnam, Viet Cong, Oxnard California, Jim Mattis, American Marine


Devendra Banhart – “Shown And Told” (Joan Of Arc Cover)

Every so often, Joyful Noise Recordings gets two artists together for their Cause & Effect 7" series, where one musician is placed alongside a musician that heavily influenced them. Their latest pairing is Tim Kinsella's band Joan Of Arc and Devendra Banhart. Banhart, whose last album was 2016's Ape In Pink Marble, … More »
Tags: Music, Joan, Joan of Arc, Devendra Banhart, Tim Kinsella, Devendra Banhart Banhart


Joan of Arc releasing '1984,' streaming "Truck," touring

It's the band's second album with the lineup of Tim Kinsella, Theo Katsaounis, Melina Ausikaitis, Bobby Burg, and Jeremy Boyle, and Melina takes lead vocals for this one. Continue reading… [Author: Andrew Sacher]
Tags: Music, Joan, Music News, Tour Dates, Andrew Sacher, Joan of Arc, Melina, Jeremy Boyle


The canonization of teenagers.

I feel as though, because children were murdered, I shouldn't be expressing shock at bad taste, but I don't think it's just aesthetics that I find so troubling....You can read the article here. Excerpt:[L]ifting her eyes and staring into the distance before her, González stood in silence. Inhaling and exhaling deeply—the microphone caught the susurration, like waves lapping a shoreline—González’s face was stoic, tragic. Her expression shifted only minutely, but each shift—her nostrils flaring, o...
Tags: Protest, Guns, Children, Law, Teenagers, Jesus, Joan, Joan of Arc, Gonzalez, Dreyer, Ann Althouse, Rebecca Mead, Religion And Politics, Religion Substitutes, Carl Theodor Dreyer, Renee Maria Falconetti


Tim Kinsella playing NYC after live Q&A with Blake from Jawbreaker

Tim Kinsella is joining Jawbreaker's Blake Schwarzenbach for a Q&A at the release party for the new 33 1/3 on '24 Hour Revenge Therapy,' and he added a solo show happening here the next night. Continue reading… [Author: Andrew Sacher]
Tags: Music, Music News, Tour Dates, Andrew Sacher, Blake, Joan of Arc, Jawbreaker, Capn Jazz, Tim Kinsella, Blake Schwarzenbach


Katy Perry Battles Creepy Prince Piggy In This Marie Antoinette-Inspired Video For Hey Hey Hey!

Katy Perry wants to end 2017 with a message for all the fighters out there! On Wednesday, the songstress finally dropped the video to Hey Hey Hey, which she's only been teasing all week on social media! And it couldn't come at a more perfect time! Video: John Mayer Admits He & Katy Still Talk! To make its big reveal, she wrote on Instagram about the "piece of pop candy": "After a year of peaks and valleys (remember, it's all a journey), I wanted to end 2017 with a fun, triumphant piece of pop c...
Tags: Celebs, Instagram, Katy Perry, John Mayer, Marie Antoinette, Katy, Joan of Arc, Prince Piggy


Rewind: A Restored ‘Passion of Joan of Arc’ Still a Transcendent Masterpiece

Carl Theodor Dreyer’s landmark silent film is back on the big screen in a new digital restoration.
Tags: Movies, News, Joan, Joan of Arc, Film Forum, Carl-Theodor Dreyer, The Passion of Joan of Arc (Movie, Renee Jeanne Falconetti


Rouen or the city where they burned Joan of Arc

Geo 49.4424 1.09849I was agreeably surprised by Rouen. The city centre is made by halftimbered houses and pedestrian paved streets. Lovely. In one little street I found a shop called Beryl they sell shoes...I think this store name is only present in
Tags: Travel, Rouen, Joan of Arc, Beryl


Q&As with Mike & Tim Kinsella on Cap'n Jazz reunion, American Football, Riot Fest, more

Mike and Tim's band Cap'n Jazz is playing reunion shows again for the first time since 2010. Mike's band American Football are also continuing their own reunion. We caught up with both prolific musicians ahead of Riot Fest, Brooklyn Steel shows for both bands, and more... Continue reading… [Author: Andrew Sacher]
Tags: Music, Owls, Interviews, Dinosaur Jr, Music News, Tour Dates, American Football, Downtown Boys, Andrew Sacher, Mike, Tim, Joan of Arc, Owen, Jawbreaker, Capn Jazz, Mike Kinsella


Who would spray paint "Tear It Down" on a statue of Joan of Arc in New Orleans?

I'm reading this story at PJ Media  — which misquotes the graffiti in the headline and makes it sound as though the graffiti was on the statue when it's actually on the base. So let's switch to The Times-Picayune (which is linked at PJ Media): The phrase "Tear it Down" was hastily sprayed in black paint across the base of the golden Joan of Arc statue on Decatur Street in the French Quarter sometime earlier this week. It has since been removed, with only the vaguest traces of the paint remaining...
Tags: New York, Law, Wikipedia, United States, Sculpture, Cartoons, New Orleans, Kkk, Columbia University, Catholic, American Museum of Natural History, Civil War, Catholics, Graffiti, Joan, Monuments


Joplin Globe: At Spiva Center for the Arts, Heartland Opera Theatre presents "My Soul's Been Anchored" by Florence B. Price at 7 PM Saturday, August 5

Florence Beatrice Smith Price (1887-1953) is profiled at AfriClassical.com, which features a comprehensive Works Lists by Dr. Dominique-René de Lerma, http://www.CasaMusicaledeLerma.com. Xavier Moore (left) and Heidi Moore, of Heartland Opera Theatre, will perform Saturday at Spiva Center for the Arts alongside the exhibit "A Bell(e)s Ball." ...
Tags: Religion, Joan, Cleopatra, Bell, Verdi, Xavier, Joan of Arc, Joplin, Heidi Moore, William J Zick, Dominique Rene de Lerma, Florence Price, Florence Beatrice Smith, Fanny Mendelssohn, Spiva Center, Xavier Moore


Joan of Arc opened for Minus the Bear in London (pics)

Tonight (6/16), the two bands have a Berlin show with American Football. Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, London, Berlin, Joan, Music News, American Football, Joan of Arc, BrooklynVegan Staff, Minus the Bear


Book Notes - Selena Chambers "Calls for Submission"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Bret Easton Ellis, Kate Christensen, Lauren Groff, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Jesmyn Ward, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Selena Chambers' Calls for Submission is filled with an impressive variety of weird fiction and fully realized characters. Paul Tremblay wrote of the book: "Selena Chambers'...
Tags: Music, Florida, Rihanna, Virginia, Atlanta, David, United States, Bryan Ferry, Jesus, Geneva, Nice, Bjork, Kraftwerk, Cthulhu, Bavaria, ANN


'The Book Of Joan' Is A Dizzying, Dystopian Genre Mashup

Lidia Yuknavitch reimagines Joan of Arc as a freedom fighter on a blighted future earth, setting herself against the charismatic ruler of a satellite colony of nearly unrecognizably mutated humans.(Image credit: Emily Bogle/NPR)
Tags: News, Joan, Joan of Arc, Lidia Yuknavitch


Book Notes - Lidia Yuknavitch "The Book of Joan"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Bret Easton Ellis, Kate Christensen, Lauren Groff, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Jesmyn Ward, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Lidia Yuknavitch's ambitious and accomplished novel The Book of Joan, a dystopic and science fiction retelling of Joan of Arc, might be the perfect novel for our times. KIrku...
Tags: Music, Nasa, Earth, David, David Bowie, Sigur Ros, John Coltrane, Joan, Blackstar, Devotchka, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Christine, Joan of Arc, Powell, Kirkus Reviews, Michio Kaku


Rouen, A Beautiful Medieval City in Normandy

My passion for art and the Impressionists led my steps to Rouen, where I discovered the beautiful medieval quarter.   I had never been to Normandy before, and I was dreaming of visiting some of the main sights: Mont-Saint-Michel at low and high tide, a long reflection on the ravages of war at the WW1 battlefields, moments of bliss at one of the pretty towns along the coast, a walk on the cliffs of l’Etretat.      I soon found out that I needed much more time than three stretched day...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Milan, France, Cities, Normandy, Paris, Italy, Mcdonalds, Joan, Rouen, Monet, Northern Europe, Don, Joan of Arc, Notre Dame Cathedral


In the Louvre

After I saw the current Vermeer exhibit in the Louvre Museum, I walked around a bit in areas I usually don’t visit (Mona Lisa for instance). The Louvre is vast and full of only some of its treasures. Joan of Arc hearing the voices that lead her to don armor and lead men into battle. Next I wandered into the Napoleon III apartments. It was very luxurious. This light fixture was at the top of some stairs. There was gilding on just about every ceiling and many chandeliers. More gilding, lots of...
Tags: Travel, Paris, Joan, Decorations, Views, Louvre, Mona Lisa, Interior, Joan of Arc, Louvre Museum, Napoleon III, Life in Paris


Cap'n Jazz reuniting again in 2017, playing FYF Fest

In the indie/emo world, Cap'n Jazz are more influential than ever. The band -- whose members went on to form American Football, Owen, Owls, Joan of Arc, The Promise Ring, Maritime and more -- reunited back in 2010 for a few shows, and now they're back once again. Continue reading… [Author: Andrew Sacher]
Tags: Music, Owls, Music News, Tour Dates, American Football, Andrew Sacher, Joan of Arc, Owen, Capn Jazz, Mike Kinsella, The Promise Ring, Davey von Bohlen, Sam Zurick, Tim Kinsella, Victor Villarreal, Owen Owls Joan


BV/SOS Lost Weekend day 2 pics (Minus the Bear, Trail of Dead, PWR BTTM, more)

After kicking things off on Thursday, the BrooklynVegan / Sound on Sound-presented Lost Weekend continued on Friday (3/17) at Cheer Up Charlies in Austin, where SXSW is in full swing. Minus the Bear, Trail of Dead, PWR BTTM, Joan of Arc, Allison Crutchfield & more played... Continue reading… [Author: Andrew Sacher]
Tags: Music, Austin, Joan, Music News, Sxsw, Andrew Sacher, Joan of Arc, PWR BTTM, Oshun, Allison Crutchfield, Trail of Dead, Photo Galleries, Jason Falkner, Cheer Up Charlies, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Looming


Photo Coverage: Go Inside Opening Night of David Byrne's JOAN OF ARC at the Public Theater

The Public Theater's world premiere ofJoan of Arc Into the Fire, with book, music, and lyrics byDavid Byrne, choreography bySteven Hoggett, and directed byAlex Timbers, officially opened last night, March 15. BroadwayWorld was on hand for the big night and you can check out photo coverage below [Author: Jennifer Broski]
Tags: Theatre, David Byrne, Public Theater, BroadwayWorld, Joan of Arc, Jennifer Broski, Hoggett


BrooklynVegan/Sound on Sound SXSW Set Times (now with more OSHUN!)

If the snow is not stopping you from getting to Austin this week, RSVP now for the FREE BrooklynVegan / Sound on Sound SXSW parties at Cheer Up Charlies. Here are the set times: Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, Austin, Merchandise, Music News, Vampire Weekend, Sxsw, Survive, Half Waif, Speedy Ortiz, Phoebe Bridgers, Downtown Boys, Sad13, Robyn Hitchcock, Joan of Arc, She Devils, Frankie Rose


BrooklynVegan/SOS SXSW lineups: Beach Slang, Priests, S U R V I V E, Minus the Bear & many more

The lineups also include Downtown Boys, PWR BTTM, Trail of Dead, Girlpool, Cherry Glazerr, Robyn Hitchcock, Dave Monks (of Tokyo Police Club), Dams of the West (Vampire Weekend), Hurray for the Riff Raff, Vagabon, Jay Som, Allison Crutchfield, and lots more. Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, Merchandise, Music News, Vampire Weekend, Sxsw, Tour Dates, Survive, Half Waif, Speedy Ortiz, Phoebe Bridgers, Downtown Boys, Sad13, Robyn Hitchcock, Joan of Arc, She Devils, Frankie Rose


American Football played London (pics) ++ Joan of Arc doc out now (watch)

American Football have other tour dates coming up, including the just-announced Netherlands festival Best Kept Secret with Radiohead, Arcade Fire, and more... Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, London, Netherlands, Joan, Music News, American Football, Joan of Arc, Photo Galleries, Radiohead Arcade Fire, BrooklynVegan Staff, Best Kept Secret


Exclusive Podcast: BROADWAY'S BACKBONE with JOAN OF ARC's Adam Perry

In this episodeAdam Perry of the Public's Joan of Arc Into the Firegrew up in the rural mountains of conservative Tennessee, where he learned how to hide his true self. Since then, he's reinvented himself from an awkward teen in husky jeans into one of Broadways most sought after male ensemble members. This southern gentleman talks about the realities of social media, how he never thought he'd be cool enough to be on Broadway and howhis biggest dream was to be a performer at Dollywood which is a...
Tags: Theatre, Tennessee, Broadway, Perry, Joan of Arc, Dollywood, Broadway's Backbone, Adam Perry, Public s Joan of Arc Into, Broadways