A Crack in Everything
"At his February 16 press conference, President Donald Trump discussed his executive orders calling for U.S. federal agencies to grant TransCanada and Energy Transfer Partners the permits needed to build the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipeline projects. Trump also cited a different executive order signed that same day, highlighting the “Buy American measures” which he said were “in place to require American steel for American pipelines.” But like Keystone XL, as DeSmog previously reported, much of the steel for the Dakota Access project appears to have been manufactured in Canada by Evraz North America, a subsidiary of the Russian steel giant Evraz. Evraz is owned in part by Roman Abramovich, a Russian multi-billionaire credited for bringing Russian President Vladimir Putin into office in the late 1990s. DeSmog's finding comes on the heels of Trump's former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn resigning for potentially having discussed U.S. sanctions against Russia with Russian diplomats before Trump took office, apparently without the knowledge of Trump or now-Vice President Mike Pence."
http://oceandrive.com.pa/gente-od/entrevista-a-jorge-perugorria-protagonista-de-kimura/ Gracias a la Revista Ocean Drive por este artículo q realizó al actor Jorge Perugorria quien interpreta a Manfredo Ferreira, Personaje Antagónico en la primera película de acción panamaña KIMURA "Duelo de Sangre". No te la pierdas en el Festival Internacional de Cine de Panamá el próximo 31 de marzo en el Teatro Balboa. Síguenos en @kimuralapelicula. #kimuralapelicula Jorge Perugorria Roberto Duran Iglesias Nick Romano Aldo Rey Valderrama Jeico Alonso Castro Ferrari Thamara Tejada Luis Antonio Gotti Isturaín Diego Otero Wendy Jaramillo Tiempo Real Fariba Hawkins
First Girl I Loved
VICE and i-D have First Girl I Loved as one of the Vital Queer Movies of 2016! "This Sundance drama is the adolescent cousin of Blue Is the Warmest Color... First Girl I Loved breaks the mold by presenting a love interest who is willing to explore her sexuality." https://i-d.vice.com/en_us/article/the-most-original-vital-queer-movies-of-2016
Kushuthara: Pattern of Love
Join Rubin Museum of Art during their Himalayan Heritage Meetup 3/1 for the U.S. Premiere of the Bhutanese film Kushuthara- Pattern of Love, followed by a discussion with the filmmaker KARMA DEKI and one of the film’s leads, Emrhys Cooper. http://rma.cm/1ry Set in staggeringly beautiful scenery in parts of the Himalayas usually inaccessible to foreigners, Kushuthara stars Bhutan’s beloved actress Kezang Wangmo who plays a skilled weaver, and Cooper as a western journalist who fall in love.