Color Star Technology in Development of Offline Music Festival Series

NEW YORK, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Color Star Technology Co., Ltd. (Nasdaq CM: CSCW) (the “Company”, or “Color Star”), a company engaged in the businesses of providing online and offline paid knowledge services for the media, entertainment and culture industries globally, announced today that it plans to launch “Color World”-branded offline music festival series (the “Festival Series”), furthering the Company’s aspirations to build “Color World” into a leading

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Players Club of Swarthmore to Present ALL THE DEAD FROGS as Part of New Play Festival

The virtual live reading will take place on Wednesday, Oct 21 at 8 pm.

Players Club of Swarthmore to Present ALL THE DEAD FROGS as Part of New Play Festival

On Wednesday, Oct 21 at 8 pm, The Players Club of Swarthmore will present a live reading, via web streaming, of All the Dead Frogs, a new play by Sam M. Friskey. Visit for the link to the performance. Written before the pandemic, this mournful and mysterious play shows a world already starting to disintegrate.

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Planning a trip during festive season? Indian Railways to operate 392 festival special trains from this date

a passenger train stopped at a station: Indian Railways to run 196 pairs of festival special trains between 20 October and 30 November 2020.

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Indian Railways to run 196 pairs of festival special trains between 20 October and 30 November 2020.

In view of the upcoming festive season, Indian Railways has decided to run 196 pairs of festival special trains (392 trains) between 20 October 2020 and 30 November 2020. These festival special trains will be run for destinations like Kolkata, Lucknow, Patna, Varanasi, among others to cater

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Best deals on Redmi Note 9 Pro, Mi 10, Samsung TV and more

a hand holding a cellphone: Amazon Great Indian Festival sale: Best deals on Redmi Note 9 Pro, Mi 10, Samsung TV and more

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Amazon Great Indian Festival sale: Best deals on Redmi Note 9 Pro, Mi 10, Samsung TV and more

Amazon will host its Great Indian Festival sale on 17 October in India. The Prime members will get early access to the sale on 16 October. The festival sale is expected to last a month long. Amazon has also confirmed that the buyers will be able to shop

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In ‘Festival Special’ services, railways to run 392 more trains

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The Railways on Tuesday announced it has given approval to run 392 ‘Festival special’ between October 20 and November 30 to cater to the big festive season rush.

The fares for these trains will be according to those applicable for special trains, the railways ministry said. It means that ‘special charges’ will be levied, making the tickets costlier by 10-30 per cent as compared to

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FILM REVIEW: Ultraviolence – The BFI London Film Festival 2020

Writer: Tariq Mehmood

Director: Ken Fero

Deaths by police action inflamed our summer, sparking the #BlackLivesMatter protests but while the most famous cases have happened in America, Ken Fero’s new film, Ultraviolence highlights the story of several UK families whose relatives have died in police custody after excessive force was used and their subsequent quest for prosecution. Unsparing in its anatomy of failures of the justice system, Fero’s film is

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Nightstream: BLOODY HELL Review – Bizarre Horror Comedy Proves You Can Only Beat Crazy With Crazy

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Directed by Alister Grierson

Written by Robert Benjamin

Starring Ben O’Toole, Meg Fraser, Caroline Craig

Premiering at the supergroup virtual festival, Nightstream, director Alister Grierson’s genre mashup Bloody Hell is one of the surprise discoveries found in the glorious pile of genre gems amassed by the combined efforts of the Overlook Film Fest, Brooklyn Horror Film Fest, North Bend, BUFF and Popcorn Frights. You wouldn’t think that a heist film,

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Netflix’s Blackpink documentary offers a surprisingly intimate look behind the K-pop curtain

Blackpink's Jisoo, clockwise from lower left, Rosé, Jennie and Lisa in a scene from "Light Up the Sky."
Blackpink’s Jisoo, clockwise from bottom left, Rosé, Jennie and Lisa in “Light Up the Sky.” (Netflix)

Blackpink’s debut album hasn’t even been out for two weeks, and already the members of this K-pop girl group have the end in mind.

In fact, Jennie, Jisoo, Rosé and Lisa were pondering their own obsolescence more than a year ago, as we learn in “Light Up the Sky,” a new Netflix documentary about

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FILM REVIEW: The Salt In Our Waters (Nonajoler Kabbo) – The BFI London Film Festival 2020

Writer and Director: Rezwan Shahriar Sumit

 In this film from Bangladesh, artist Rudro travels to a remote fishing village to work on his sculptures. But soon his city ways come into conflict with the village’s traditions, and when the expected shoals of fish fail to appear, the villagers accuse Rudro of offending Allah. What follows is a surprisingly one-sided battle between present day knowledge and parochial superstition.

The sculptures that

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Fun for Kids and Emotional for Grown-Ups

Pixar’s latest, Soul, is heading to the streaming service Disney+ on Christmas Day, but the animated feature just premiered for its first audience at the London Film Festival, and the first reactions out of that social-distancing screening are unsurprisingly positive. Initial reviews aren’t in total agreement, however, on whether Soul is great or just pretty good.

Directed by Up and Inside Out helmer Pete Docter, the movie is being

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Soul Review Roundup — Here’s What Critics Think Of The New Pixar Movie

Like all film studios, Pixar is not having the year it expected. The company had two big movies scheduled for 2020–Onward, which was set for a March release, and Soul, which would follow in June. But Onward had barely hit theaters before it was pulled from release and rushed onto digital platforms, and by early April it was already available on Disney+.

As for Soul, the release was initially pushed

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Critics are loving the new Pixar movie Soul

Watch: The trailer for Pixar’s new animation Soul

After lukewarm reviews for its previous effort, Onward, rave notices are gathering for its latest movie, the Jamie Foxx-led Soul.

Taking its bow at the London Film Festival yesterday, the movie, directed by Pete Docter, follows Foxx’s character Joe, a passionate, jazz-loving music teacher who, after an accident, enters the realm of souls and all the existential concepts that come

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Stay home and enjoy the virtual 2020 Milwaukee Film Festival | Movies

I Used To Go Here

Gillian Jacobs plays a 35-year-old writer who returns to her old college town in “I Used To Go Here,” which kicks off the Milwaukee Film Festival this Thursday. 

The thing I’ll miss about the in-person version of the Milwaukee Film Festival this year is the inconvenience.

Driving 90 minutes each way to Milwaukee, waiting in lines outside the theater, trying to fit in a quick meal between shuttling

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37th Mill Valley Film Festival Reviews

37th Mill Valley Film Festival opener Ariel Winograd’s “The Heist Of The Century” inventively entertains and brings out a viewer’s vicarious miscreant.  It recreates the planning and execution of the 2006 Banco Rio bank robbery, a Buenos Aires caper that netted its participants a possible $25 million payday.  Set to a slickly jazzy soundtrack and displaying humorous ingenuity, the film will make the viewer respect and cheer on the men

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BWW Review: WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME, Amazon Prime VideoIt’s unsurprising why Amazon has decided now is the time to release a recorded performance of Heidi Schreck’s electric political play, What the Constitution Means to Me, on its Prime Video streaming platform.

Playing herself, Schreck takes us back to her childhood of speaking at oratory competitions on the subject of the piece’s title.

Hamilton told us about the drafting of the Constitution. What the Constitution Means to Me asks

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Review: In ‘S—house,’ a college coming-of-age comedy


This image released by IFC Films shows Dylan Gelula, left, and Cooper Raiff in a scene from ” S—house.” (IFC Films via AP)


You would assume a college comedy with the unprintable title of “S—-house” to be another sad, low-brow retread of “Animal House.” You would almost bet on it. But 22-year-old Cooper Raiff’s is not only not that film at all, it’s one of the freshest college movies

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FILM REVIEW: One Night in Miami – The BFI London Film Festival 2020

Writer: Kemp Powers

Directors: Regina King

This year’s London Film Festival has been particularly strong for debut movies and Regina King’s One Night in Miami is one of the best. With a screenplay by Kemp Powers based on his own play of the same name, this is a firecracker of a drama as three of the biggest sports and entertainment stars and the preacher Malcolm X debate black identity, activism

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Handel Coronation Anthems n Review: Malvern Festival Chorus, The Forum

MALVERN Festival Chorus is conserving its resources this season in readiness for the major work commissioned from its former conductor Rory Boyle, to be premired a year from now.

This made the programme for last Saturday’s concert most sensible, being based on the four Anthems written by Handel for the coronation of George II in 1727 for chorus and small orchestra.

One of them, Zadok the Priest, is almost a

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Punjab CS reviews arrangements to contain Covid-19 in view of upcoming festival season

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13 Oct 2020 | 3:14 PM

Agartala, Oct 13 (UNI) The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in Tripura is facing a serious crisis with a large scale dissidence against Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb and party state president Dr Manik Saha over “deteriorating governance due to maladministration and organizational failure within two and half years of power.”
The party insiders here accused both Deb and Saha of hatching conspiracy

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Woman shamed into losing seven stone after mortifying V Festival moment

A woman who was hooked on chocolate and takeaways lost a staggering seven stone – after she broke a chair at a music festival.

Lynsey Blackshaw, 29, tipped the scales at 17 stone after years of gorging on fast-food and sweet treats all washed down with pints of beer.

The secondary school teacher could munch through an entire sharing pack of Cadbury’s chocolate bars and scoffed more than 3,000 calories

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