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From a seagull about to eat rubble to a couple of dancers. Banksy went on vacation and distributed his work throughout England – Life

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From a seagull about to eat rubble to a couple of dancers.  Banksy went on vacation and distributed his work throughout England - Life

The three-minute clip, titled The Great British Spray, depicts the artist’s summer trail along the east coast of England aboard a trailer with a glacier filled with cans of paint.

Among the new creations is a mouse drinking a cocktail in a hammock, which the artist carved in a concrete spur of an English beach in Lowestoft.

Another work, painted on top of the bench, has a hook similar to those used on machines commonly found at fairs, although this time the gifts to be won are the pedestrians sitting there in Gorleston-on. -See.

One of the paintings depicts three children in a boat, one of whom is trying to draw water from a bucket, with the inscription “We are all in the same boat” – a hint of an environmental crisis.

In the small town of King’s Lynn, Banksy placed the engineer Frederick Savage on the statue, famous for his steam engines, ice cream and tongue.

Strategically located above the roof of the bus stop, the artist painted dancers and a man playing the accordion. And on the trash can, he portrayed a seagull, ready to feed.

Finally, he painted “Go big or go home” on a miniature house at the Merrivale Model Village tourist attraction.

The artist began his career painting the walls of buildings in Bristol, becoming one of the most iconic creators of street art, some of which has already been sold for millions of euros.

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Drew McIntyre Teases ‘Castle Fight’

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Drew McIntyre Teases 'Castle Fight'

Drew McIntyre to face Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns no Clashes at the Castle on September 3.

If “Scottish Warrior” is already one of Super stars most popular among WWE fans, which will be even more noticeable when the Scot “plays at home” at this event in Wales, UK.

This Friday and through your account TwitterDrew McIntyre did a great job tease item about Clash at the Castle.

Drew McIntyre posted a post featuring his image from poster events, writing a sentence “Out of Time So Say Goodbye” in description. For the most attentive, it is easy to notice that this phrase belongs to the lyrics of the song “Broken Dreams”, which the fighter used in his first appearance in WWE.

Drew McIntyre has long been speculated to return to using the old theme musicso let’s see if the dream of the Scot and the fans will come true, or if their dreams will be ruined if they are not used.


Would you like Drew McIntyre to sing “Broken Dreams” on Castle Rumble?

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Emanuel cancels concert due to big fire: “There are no conditions…”

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Emanuel cancela concerto devido a um incêndio de grandes dimensões: “Não existem condições…”

The following Saturday, August 13, Emanuel was preparing to perform in Manteigas, Serra da Estrela, but the concert had to be cancelled. The singer took to social media to explain why.

Through his personal Instagram account, Emanuel shared a statement announcing the cancellation of the concert in Manteigas due to a large fire that broke out in the Serra da Estrela area:

It is with a heavy heart that I announce the cancellation of my show this Saturday in Manteigas. The fire that does not let go of this land, except that it damages infrastructure, destroys dreams of the struggle of a lifetime, causes tears and pain that last forever…”, started with a letter.

The singer revealed that a new date for the concert will be announced soon:Thus, it is noticeable that there are no reasons and conditions for the show to take place on August 13th. The performance date will be announced soon. I call on everyone to understand this decision between my team and the executive branch of the municipality of Manteigas,” stated.

At the end of the post, Emanuel left a message about the support and strength of the residents at the site of the fire: “My hugs to all the manteigen affected by this fire… Let’s trust the firefighters, our heroes. Everything will be fine soon…” finished.

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Portuguese film Joo Gonzalez won the best animated short film at the international festival

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Portuguese film Joo Gonzalez won the best animated short film at the international festival

João González’s Portuguese film The Ice Traders won the award for Best Animated Short Film in the Melbourne International Film Festival’s competition, as decided by the jury of the event announced in the Australian city.

This is the “third qualifying prize” for the Portuguese director’s film as a candidate for an Oscar nomination, underlines the Short Film Agency presenting the work, “highlighting its place on the shortlist for the 2023 Hollywood Awards.”

The short film “Ice Traders” has already been awarded at the Critics’ Week, this year at the Cannes Film Festival, at the Guadalajara Festival in Mexico, at the Motovun Festival in Croatia and at the Curtas Festival in Vila do Conde.

A film about a father and son who make ice in the inhospitable house they live in and from which they skydive every day to sell it in a village at the foot of a mountain.

Joao Gonzalez was born in Porto in 1996. He is a director, animator, illustrator and classically trained musician on the piano. He received a scholarship from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and studied at the Royal College of Art in London, after graduating from the Higher School of Media Arts and Design.

His first films, Nestor and Voyager, were still filmed in an academic context, adding “more than 20 awards (…) and more than 130 official film festival selections,” the Short Film Agency says.

Joao Gonzalez is also writing the screenplay and soundtrack for The Ice Dealers.

The director is “very interested in combining his musical ‘background’ with his animation practice, always taking on the role of composer and sometimes instrumentalist on the films he directs, sometimes accompanying them with ‘live performances’,” the agency said.

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In addition to “Ice Traders”, the short films “Becoming Human in the Middle Ages” by Pedro Neves Marquez and “Tourment (Tourment sur les iles)” by Spanish director Albert Serra and “Tout le monde aime Jeanne” by French director Céline Deveaux, co-produced by Portugal, in section of feature films, as well as “Forbidden to Dogs and Italians” by French director Alain Ughetto, in the program of animation feature films.

The festival also featured “Diários de Otsoga” by Maureen Fazendeiro and Miguel Gómez and “Fogo-Fátuo” by João Pedro Rodrigues.

The jury for the 70th festival included directors Tiriki Onus and James Vaughan, as well as critic Jourdain Searles.

This year’s awards also included Bangladeshi director Nuhash Humayun’s Moshari as Best Short Feature Film and China’s Shuli Huang’s Will You Look at Me as Best Documentary Short Film. The prize for the best experimental short film went to “Nazarbazi” by Maryam Tafakori, a young director from Iran.

The awards ceremony took place on Thursday in Melbourne and was attended by Joao Gonzalez.

The Melbourne Film Festival, the largest and oldest in Australian cinema, began on the 4th and will run until the 28th with both online and in-room screenings.

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