Works & Process at the Guggenheim Announces The Covid-19 Variations: A Piano Drama Presents with The New Group September 25, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. – City Life Org | FreniWorld

Works & Process at the Guggenheim announces the US premiere of The Covid-19 Variations: A Piano Drama, including a discussion of the creative process with director Alison Jackson, composer Richard Thomas and pianist Philip Edward Fisher. Tickets available now at The Covid-19 Variations: A Piano Drama Presented with The New Group Sunday, September 25, … Read more

Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans wins the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival – Variety | FreniWorld

Steven Spielberg’s coming-of-age autobiographical story The Fabelmans won the Toronto International Film Festival’s People’s Choice Award, giving the awards season a big boost. TIFF’s People’s Choice Award is one of the most reliable predictors of eventual Oscar success. In recent years, winners such as Green Book and Nomadland have won Best Picture at the Academy … Read more

Yiyun Li: “I’m not that nice, friendly Chinese woman who writes… Being subversive is important to me” – The Guardian | FreniWorld

IIn 2005, a new literary star emerged with a collection of short stories that immediately won awards. Yiyun Li was a 33-year-old Peking University science graduate, a former math prodigy who had emigrated to the United States from China to study immunology and engaged in creative writing to improve her English. Within two years she … Read more

How a ‘semantically flawed’ producer drives change in a boys’ romance drama – Forbes | FreniWorld

Park Seo-ham and Park Jae-chan star in Semantic Error. AXLE CCP SJ “Sinxity” Shin knows firsthand the power of entertainment to create positive change. For 10 years, the CEO of AXIS CCP worked as creative director at YG Entertainment, the launch pad for major K-pop acts such as BigBang, BlackPink, 2NE1, Winner and Ikon. During … Read more

Festival Highlighting Historical Fiction & Nonfiction September 23-25 ​​- | FreniWorld

A woman who broke the glass ceiling of the publishing industry, a nurse who grappled with her patients’ injuries after segregation and dictators who used a World’s Fair for propaganda are among the themes to be explored at the sixth annual History Book Festival in Lewes be treated. Authors of around two dozen non-fiction and … Read more