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Ricky Gervais says he told the Golden Globes not to ask him to host the awards again. Look here :

The comedian has always had a knack for quitting when he was ahead, while others have made the mistake of taking gigs and renewing sitcoms too long, driven by financial incentives and popular demand , but marred by a lack of new ideas and a loss of momentum. .

Through bold decision-making, Gervais has continually managed to leave people wanting more ? which is why he said his fifth time hosting the Golden Globes in 2020 would be his last.

Gervais hopes to resist the temptation to return as a friend. Credit: Alamy

The 60-year-old was incredibly fearless as a controversial crony, roasting the world’s biggest celebrities in a way only he can.

His monologues were a huge draw for viewers ? the last ceremony having been boycotted due to a lack of diversity and not even televised ? and as such you imagine there would be plenty of people who would love to see him again. at the bar .

But to help him resist the temptation and the bags of cash that might be thrown at him, Gervais asked the Golden Globes not to offer him the job again.

“It could be that the Golden Globes could offer me 10 million for 10 minutes of work, you know, and I’d be a fool, I’d be a liar, to say I wouldn’t consider it,” the seven-time BAFTA winner said. winner told 45secondes.fr.

?But at the moment, given that I’ve done it five times, it’s getting better and better for me ? I enjoyed them all, but it got better ? and I plan to never do it again.

?I asked them not to ask me because I can be persuaded, it is true. You know, it’s not a principle. »

It was an equally difficult call for Office creator to call the hour on his Netflix series after life.

Unlike every other series he’s directed, Gervais decided to let it live past its second series, with the third and final installment released on the streaming service on Friday (January 14).

Again, there’s plenty of appetite for more of a sitcom, in which he plays bereaved reporter Tony, but he concluded it was time to move on, glad the show’s ending was ” quite perfect?.

Gervais is satisfied with the conclusion of After Life.  Credit: TCD/Prod.DB/Alamy Stock Photo
Gervais is satisfied with the conclusion of After Life. Credit: TCD/Prod.DB/Alamy Stock Photo

?It seems strange to end it at its peak,? he admitted.

?Everyone loves him, the money is growing. But I think you need to move on. You have to leave it somewhere.

?And I would kick myself if I did a fourth series for the squillions and it wasn’t as good as the third.

?But you know, you’re not sure of anything, because you don’t know what the future holds for you. But for now, I say this is the last ? no more Golden Globes. But you know, you never know. »

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) [summary] => Ricky Gervais says he told the Golden Globes not to ask him to host the awards again. Look here : The comedian has always had a knack for quitting when he was ahead, while others have made the mistake of taking gigs and renewing sitcoms too long, driven by financial incentives and popular demand , ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Ricky Gervais says he told the Golden Globes not to ask him to host the awards again. Look here :

The comedian has always had a knack for quitting when he was ahead, while others have made the mistake of taking gigs and renewing sitcoms too long, driven by financial incentives and popular demand , but marred by a lack of new ideas and a loss of momentum. .

Through bold decision-making, Gervais has continually managed to leave people wanting more ? which is why he said his fifth time hosting the Golden Globes in 2020 would be his last.

Gervais hopes to resist the temptation to return as a friend. Credit: Alamy

The 60-year-old was incredibly fearless as a controversial crony, roasting the world’s biggest celebrities in a way only he can.

His monologues were a huge draw for viewers ? the last ceremony having been boycotted due to a lack of diversity and not even televised ? and as such you imagine there would be plenty of people who would love to see him again. at the bar .

But to help him resist the temptation and the bags of cash that might be thrown at him, Gervais asked the Golden Globes not to offer him the job again.

“It could be that the Golden Globes could offer me 10 million for 10 minutes of work, you know, and I’d be a fool, I’d be a liar, to say I wouldn’t consider it,” the seven-time BAFTA winner said. winner told 45secondes.fr.

?But at the moment, given that I’ve done it five times, it’s getting better and better for me ? I enjoyed them all, but it got better ? and I plan to never do it again.

?I asked them not to ask me because I can be persuaded, it is true. You know, it’s not a principle. »

It was an equally difficult call for Office creator to call the hour on his Netflix series after life.

Unlike every other series he’s directed, Gervais decided to let it live past its second series, with the third and final installment released on the streaming service on Friday (January 14).

Again, there’s plenty of appetite for more of a sitcom, in which he plays bereaved reporter Tony, but he concluded it was time to move on, glad the show’s ending was ” quite perfect?.

Gervais is satisfied with the conclusion of After Life.  Credit: TCD/Prod.DB/Alamy Stock Photo
Gervais is satisfied with the conclusion of After Life. Credit: TCD/Prod.DB/Alamy Stock Photo

?It seems strange to end it at its peak,? he admitted.

?Everyone loves him, the money is growing. But I think you need to move on. You have to leave it somewhere.

?And I would kick myself if I did a fourth series for the squillions and it wasn’t as good as the third.

?But you know, you’re not sure of anything, because you don’t know what the future holds for you. But for now, I say this is the last ? no more Golden Globes. But you know, you never know. »

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[date_timestamp] => 1642124493 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => More voices ask for changes to financial organizations while Argentina fights with the IMF [link] => https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/more-voices-ask-for-changes-to-financial-organizations-while-argentina-fights-with-the-imf/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => David Armstrong ) [pubdate] => Thu, 13 Jan 2022 23:23:15 +0000 [category] => Nobel PrizeArgentinafightsfinancialIMForganizationsvoices [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=12266 [description] => The head of the Fund and Martín Guzmán in one of their meetings. Argentina’s approach to the IMF to reschedule its debt payments while adopting a progressive fiscal path that protects growth resonates in a world where voices are added in support of this type of argument, a debate reinforced by the need to sustain ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Argentina’s approach to the IMF to reschedule its debt payments while adopting a progressive fiscal path that protects growth resonates in a world where voices are added in support of this type of argument, a debate reinforced by the need to sustain the economic recovery after the pandemic and that since 2021 found in those positions Pope Francis, US congressmen and Nobel Prize winner Joseph Stiglitz.

The most recent pronouncements, which include some of these opinions, promote that the international financial organizations review their traditional demands for deficit reduction to protect the level of activity, or urge make surcharges more flexible, the differential interest rates that entities such as the IMF apply to the most indebted countries, with Argentina as one of the emblematic cases.

With the country in the defining stretch of the arm wrestling match with the Fund, this week the letter that Francis sent in April to the participants of the spring meetings (in the northern hemisphere) of the IMF and the World Bank, in which he expressed his wish that the internal debates of these institutions would contribute to developing “a recovery model capable of generating new, more inclusive and sustainable solutions to support the real economy”.

In another representative paragraph of that document, the Pontiff stated that the reduction of the debt load in the poorest nations would be “a profoundly human gesture that can help people to develop, to have access to vaccines, to health , to education and employment”, the same paradigm that underlies Stiglitz’s last intervention in the public debate, which he dedicated not coincidentally to Argentina.

In a column published last Monday,the US economist asked the IMF not to “reverse course” of the country “with outdated austerity requirements” and warned that the consequences of forcing Argentina to make a fiscal adjustment to reduce the deficit with a shock cut “would be serious” even for the Fund itself, referring to the pending renegotiation of the US$45 billion debt with the organism.

These positions were added to the request for relief in the surcharges that fifteen congressmen of the Democratic Party headed by the New Yorker Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez addressed by letter to the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, Janet Yellen, and they were read with special interest in Argentina, with the Government of the Frente de Todos urged by the schedule of maturities with the IMF and the negotiations at a time of certain tension.

Pope Francis asked for more flexibility from international organizations
Pope Francis asked for more flexibility from international organizations.

The succession of propositions calling for temporary relaxation of the precepts of immediate deficit reduction for emerging and indebted countries was taken as a implicit support by those who support, such as the vice president of Parlasur Oscar Laborde (FdT), that due to the pandemic the Fund “has to review that drastic position that it has always taken and that conditions the countries.”

“The letter from Pope Francis to the IMF asking him to reduce the debt of poor countries is important for the negotiation, but also because of the criteria defended by our Government, which has been expanding. Already the G-24 forum, which brings together developing countries, had expressed that the IMF cannot work with surcharges and that special drawing rights (SDR) should not be symmetrical to the percentage that each country has in the organization,” Laborde told Télam.

The Mercosur parliamentarian recalled that this proposal on SDRs was approved at the meeting of ministers and presidents of Central Banks of the G-20 which met during the October summit of that forum in Rome, where the Fund was also asked to review its surcharge policy, although the agency’s board, in which the US is the majority shareholder, did not echo those requests.

“The letter from the congressmen to the US Treasury Secretary for the reduction of rates and what Stiglitz himself said, with the idea that countries that make an effort to develop cannot continue to be harassed, as well as the letter from the Papa, they are sowing a general opinion that the Fund cannot continue to operate under the same conditions,” Laborde assessed in statements to this agency.

Such international pronouncements open up some degree of expectation, but with realism and without excessive illusions, among those who share the current position of Argentina in the negotiation for the emergency rescue that the Fund granted in 2018 to the management of Mauricio Macri, in the sense that The country needs to sustain economic growth in 2021 after the effects of the 2020 pandemic (GDP plummeted 9.9%, according to Indec).

That thesis, which consists of the search for fiscal balance being progressive enough to allow the continuity of some state stimulus policies, is what they defend. economists such as Hernán Letcher and Agustín D’Atellis, who in dialogue with Télam recalled that before the outbreak of the coronavirus “all the countries made fiscal policy (of expansion of spending) and they did it in a very pronounced way.”

Joseph Stiglitz advocated a change in flight attendant policies
Joseph Stiglitz advocated for a change in flight attendant policies.

“The world is discussing how to get out of the pandemic and these debates find Argentina once again in the focus of witness cases: just as it did the largest removal in history at the time and then went to the United Nations to promote a new order for debt restructuring, now the problem is the record indebtedness left by Macri,” Letcher described by way of context.

For Letcher, the statements by Ocasio-Cortez or Stiglitz expose the topicality of the debate on the pandemic and fiscal policy, a planetary discussion that -he marked- includes paradoxes such as “the Fund issuing special drawing rights, the SDRs, and distributing them throughout and across the world, so that countries can use it to address the problem of the pandemic, and Argentina, due to its situation, had to use its SDRs to pay the IMF itself”.

“That is a contradiction, because if you want to help me, let me use the SDRs to reactivate the economy,” observed the head of the Argentine Political Economy Center (Cepa), and gave this situation as an example to conclude that “beyond the discursive, the Fund is still the same Fund, it asks you for the same things and requires you in the same way, for which cannot be expected to revise its historical practices”.

A similar perception was outlined by D’Attelis, who stated that he was “completely in agreement” with “the different voices, both from politics and world-renowned economists, or the same from the Vatican, who propose moving towards a more humanistic economic policy than address the impact of the pandemic”, although he warned that he “is a little skeptical” about the possibility that “this turnaround will occur worldwide”.

“Unfortunately I have to be pragmatic and I must say that these pronouncements remind me a lot of the post-international financial crisis of 2008/2009, when the world began to discuss again the rules of the supposed new international financial architecture, the role of the organizations, the power that emerging countries and the IMF itself were going to have was under discussion, but the truth is that everything came to nothing,” D’Attelis reviewed in dialogue with Télam.

For Argentina, the debate on the advisability of injecting funds with countercyclical measures, which coincides with a rise in inflation throughout the world, has an impact on the final stretch of the tense negotiation with the Fund, just when it has just been installed in the country the new permanent representative of the organization, the British Ben Kelmanson.

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More voices ask for changes to financial organizations while Argentina fights with the IMF

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) [summary] => The head of the Fund and Martín Guzmán in one of their meetings. Argentina’s approach to the IMF to reschedule its debt payments while adopting a progressive fiscal path that protects growth resonates in a world where voices are added in support of this type of argument, a debate reinforced by the need to sustain ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Argentina’s approach to the IMF to reschedule its debt payments while adopting a progressive fiscal path that protects growth resonates in a world where voices are added in support of this type of argument, a debate reinforced by the need to sustain the economic recovery after the pandemic and that since 2021 found in those positions Pope Francis, US congressmen and Nobel Prize winner Joseph Stiglitz.

The most recent pronouncements, which include some of these opinions, promote that the international financial organizations review their traditional demands for deficit reduction to protect the level of activity, or urge make surcharges more flexible, the differential interest rates that entities such as the IMF apply to the most indebted countries, with Argentina as one of the emblematic cases.

With the country in the defining stretch of the arm wrestling match with the Fund, this week the letter that Francis sent in April to the participants of the spring meetings (in the northern hemisphere) of the IMF and the World Bank, in which he expressed his wish that the internal debates of these institutions would contribute to developing “a recovery model capable of generating new, more inclusive and sustainable solutions to support the real economy”.

In another representative paragraph of that document, the Pontiff stated that the reduction of the debt load in the poorest nations would be “a profoundly human gesture that can help people to develop, to have access to vaccines, to health , to education and employment”, the same paradigm that underlies Stiglitz’s last intervention in the public debate, which he dedicated not coincidentally to Argentina.

In a column published last Monday,the US economist asked the IMF not to “reverse course” of the country “with outdated austerity requirements” and warned that the consequences of forcing Argentina to make a fiscal adjustment to reduce the deficit with a shock cut “would be serious” even for the Fund itself, referring to the pending renegotiation of the US$45 billion debt with the organism.

These positions were added to the request for relief in the surcharges that fifteen congressmen of the Democratic Party headed by the New Yorker Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez addressed by letter to the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, Janet Yellen, and they were read with special interest in Argentina, with the Government of the Frente de Todos urged by the schedule of maturities with the IMF and the negotiations at a time of certain tension.

Pope Francis asked for more flexibility from international organizations
Pope Francis asked for more flexibility from international organizations.

The succession of propositions calling for temporary relaxation of the precepts of immediate deficit reduction for emerging and indebted countries was taken as a implicit support by those who support, such as the vice president of Parlasur Oscar Laborde (FdT), that due to the pandemic the Fund “has to review that drastic position that it has always taken and that conditions the countries.”

“The letter from Pope Francis to the IMF asking him to reduce the debt of poor countries is important for the negotiation, but also because of the criteria defended by our Government, which has been expanding. Already the G-24 forum, which brings together developing countries, had expressed that the IMF cannot work with surcharges and that special drawing rights (SDR) should not be symmetrical to the percentage that each country has in the organization,” Laborde told Télam.

The Mercosur parliamentarian recalled that this proposal on SDRs was approved at the meeting of ministers and presidents of Central Banks of the G-20 which met during the October summit of that forum in Rome, where the Fund was also asked to review its surcharge policy, although the agency’s board, in which the US is the majority shareholder, did not echo those requests.

“The letter from the congressmen to the US Treasury Secretary for the reduction of rates and what Stiglitz himself said, with the idea that countries that make an effort to develop cannot continue to be harassed, as well as the letter from the Papa, they are sowing a general opinion that the Fund cannot continue to operate under the same conditions,” Laborde assessed in statements to this agency.

Such international pronouncements open up some degree of expectation, but with realism and without excessive illusions, among those who share the current position of Argentina in the negotiation for the emergency rescue that the Fund granted in 2018 to the management of Mauricio Macri, in the sense that The country needs to sustain economic growth in 2021 after the effects of the 2020 pandemic (GDP plummeted 9.9%, according to Indec).

That thesis, which consists of the search for fiscal balance being progressive enough to allow the continuity of some state stimulus policies, is what they defend. economists such as Hernán Letcher and Agustín D’Atellis, who in dialogue with Télam recalled that before the outbreak of the coronavirus “all the countries made fiscal policy (of expansion of spending) and they did it in a very pronounced way.”

Joseph Stiglitz advocated a change in flight attendant policies
Joseph Stiglitz advocated for a change in flight attendant policies.

“The world is discussing how to get out of the pandemic and these debates find Argentina once again in the focus of witness cases: just as it did the largest removal in history at the time and then went to the United Nations to promote a new order for debt restructuring, now the problem is the record indebtedness left by Macri,” Letcher described by way of context.

For Letcher, the statements by Ocasio-Cortez or Stiglitz expose the topicality of the debate on the pandemic and fiscal policy, a planetary discussion that -he marked- includes paradoxes such as “the Fund issuing special drawing rights, the SDRs, and distributing them throughout and across the world, so that countries can use it to address the problem of the pandemic, and Argentina, due to its situation, had to use its SDRs to pay the IMF itself”.

“That is a contradiction, because if you want to help me, let me use the SDRs to reactivate the economy,” observed the head of the Argentine Political Economy Center (Cepa), and gave this situation as an example to conclude that “beyond the discursive, the Fund is still the same Fund, it asks you for the same things and requires you in the same way, for which cannot be expected to revise its historical practices”.

A similar perception was outlined by D’Attelis, who stated that he was “completely in agreement” with “the different voices, both from politics and world-renowned economists, or the same from the Vatican, who propose moving towards a more humanistic economic policy than address the impact of the pandemic”, although he warned that he “is a little skeptical” about the possibility that “this turnaround will occur worldwide”.

“Unfortunately I have to be pragmatic and I must say that these pronouncements remind me a lot of the post-international financial crisis of 2008/2009, when the world began to discuss again the rules of the supposed new international financial architecture, the role of the organizations, the power that emerging countries and the IMF itself were going to have was under discussion, but the truth is that everything came to nothing,” D’Attelis reviewed in dialogue with Télam.

For Argentina, the debate on the advisability of injecting funds with countercyclical measures, which coincides with a rise in inflation throughout the world, has an impact on the final stretch of the tense negotiation with the Fund, just when it has just been installed in the country the new permanent representative of the organization, the British Ben Kelmanson.

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In 2011, on the occasion of the celebration in Chile of the Bicentennial of the National Congress, the challenge of a great scientific meeting arose. Thus, Future Congress was born. 11 years after that date, the event has already become the largest scientific dissemination event in the country and in Latin America.

This year it will take place for the second consecutive year online, due to the pandemic. Between January 17 and 21, the Future Challenges Commission of the Senate and the Future Encounters Foundation (FEF)will present a total of 80 experts from 20 countries. Among them, Anthony Fauci, the main adviser to the White House for the current health crisis, Gonzalo Moratorio, a virologist who designed the Uruguayan response against the virus, and Harald Zur Hausen, a Nobel Prize winner in Medicine, a German scientist and doctor, who discovered the role of human papilloma virus.

Among the novelties that the 2022 version will have, Nicolás Fernández, executive director of Fundación Encuentros del Futuro, highlights three that in his opinion will surprise us during the event.

Michelle Bachelet participates in the opening ceremony of the VI Congress of the Future
Artificial intelligence and robotics are one of the main fields of science development and will be one of the protagonists of the 2022 event.

The first big surprise or novelty of Future Congress 2022 it will come from the hand of the new president of Chile. ?Philosopher Michael Sandel, who was recently confirmed, will speak with Gabriel Boric on Thursday afternoon, probably via Zoom. We will have a conversation between this political philosopher, considered the most relevant of the 21st century, and Gabriel Boric?, says Fernández.

Sandel writes books about meritocracy, economics. ?He is like the counterpart of Carlos Peña in the United States, both write in the same line of political philosophy. He has the most requested Harvard class by students. Is a rockstar of political philosophy. They will speak closing the official day of the event?, he adds.

Another great novelty will be associated with the development of artificial intelligence. As is often the case with technological progress, on many occasions, advances occur more quickly than expected. In this case, it is a solution associated with the Covid-19 pandemic. Which promises to be a total revolution in the field.

Fernández explains that ?we have the possibility, through a phone call and two questions, that in a few minutes we can determine the possibility that a person has Covid-19. The platform, which it’s called scanvox and it belongs to the Merlin Research company, just by listening to the voice, you can make a forecast. That is artificial intelligence. Through thousands of conversations from people who had the virus, he understood the type of sequence and sound that they generated, which allows capturing and crossing the data?.

More about Future Congress

The system that will be part of the Future Congress will be applied to all the people, officials and exhibitors, who will receive a daily call, asking or proposing things such as: Count to ten in a certain way. ?On the phone you answer and automatically when you finish the call you get an email where says the percentage and probability you have of being infected?, Explain.

If it is greater than 75%, an alert is triggered and the health system is informed, and you have to do a PCR. ?It allows us to test work teams and to date it keeps us with zero contagions to the team. Only one person, external, it yielded more than 75% and was indeed infected. The process studies the audiometry of the voice. It doesn’t tell you if you’re infected, it’s a probability. It could be a technology that could be incorporated by communes or other establishments and institutions. It even manages to discriminate between flu symptoms and Covid-19?, explains Fernández.

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One of the alternatives that the scientific event will offer points to the diagnosis of Covid-19. REUTERS/Ailen Diaz

Future Congress in its XI edition will also surprise its virtual attendees with two other great novelties. According to Fernández, “we always had a space at lunchtime where we lowered the transmission, which meant that people were disconnected, and then the connection in the afternoon was super slow.”

That is why we thought of generating an extra space called CF News, with different journalists, explains Fernández, ?and thus ensure that the transmission of Future Congress is uninterrupted from nine in the morning until 6:00 p.m. As in other channels, after the morning block, we will have news, and then the afternoon block. It will include different spaces, with what happens in the event and also general science news and current affairs?.

The idea is to have a space where people do not disconnect, ?and support and disseminate content that we were unable to show in Future Congress, in a much simpler format. We hope that it can captivate the audience?, explains Fernández.

Along the same lines, “we will present a small initiative called We Have a Dilemma, which is a space where the public can register and have a live conversation with different exhibitors who have already given their talk. For example, if one of them exposes one day at 10 in the morning, then at 12 they connect by Zoom, answering all the questions that people had pending. It is a B format where you can talk and debate with the experts who come to Future Congress. It was one of the criticisms we had every year, the lack of interaction between people and exhibitors. And this space comes to correct that?, Fernandez reveals.

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) [summary] => In 2011, on the occasion of the celebration in Chile of the Bicentennial of the National Congress, the challenge of a great scientific meeting arose. Thus, Future Congress was born. 11 years after that date, the event has already become the largest scientific dissemination event in the country and in Latin America. This year it ... Read more [atom_content] =>

In 2011, on the occasion of the celebration in Chile of the Bicentennial of the National Congress, the challenge of a great scientific meeting arose. Thus, Future Congress was born. 11 years after that date, the event has already become the largest scientific dissemination event in the country and in Latin America.

This year it will take place for the second consecutive year online, due to the pandemic. Between January 17 and 21, the Future Challenges Commission of the Senate and the Future Encounters Foundation (FEF)will present a total of 80 experts from 20 countries. Among them, Anthony Fauci, the main adviser to the White House for the current health crisis, Gonzalo Moratorio, a virologist who designed the Uruguayan response against the virus, and Harald Zur Hausen, a Nobel Prize winner in Medicine, a German scientist and doctor, who discovered the role of human papilloma virus.

Among the novelties that the 2022 version will have, Nicolás Fernández, executive director of Fundación Encuentros del Futuro, highlights three that in his opinion will surprise us during the event.

Michelle Bachelet participates in the opening ceremony of the VI Congress of the Future
Artificial intelligence and robotics are one of the main fields of science development and will be one of the protagonists of the 2022 event.

The first big surprise or novelty of Future Congress 2022 it will come from the hand of the new president of Chile. ?Philosopher Michael Sandel, who was recently confirmed, will speak with Gabriel Boric on Thursday afternoon, probably via Zoom. We will have a conversation between this political philosopher, considered the most relevant of the 21st century, and Gabriel Boric?, says Fernández.

Sandel writes books about meritocracy, economics. ?He is like the counterpart of Carlos Peña in the United States, both write in the same line of political philosophy. He has the most requested Harvard class by students. Is a rockstar of political philosophy. They will speak closing the official day of the event?, he adds.

Another great novelty will be associated with the development of artificial intelligence. As is often the case with technological progress, on many occasions, advances occur more quickly than expected. In this case, it is a solution associated with the Covid-19 pandemic. Which promises to be a total revolution in the field.

Fernández explains that ?we have the possibility, through a phone call and two questions, that in a few minutes we can determine the possibility that a person has Covid-19. The platform, which it’s called scanvox and it belongs to the Merlin Research company, just by listening to the voice, you can make a forecast. That is artificial intelligence. Through thousands of conversations from people who had the virus, he understood the type of sequence and sound that they generated, which allows capturing and crossing the data?.

More about Future Congress

The system that will be part of the Future Congress will be applied to all the people, officials and exhibitors, who will receive a daily call, asking or proposing things such as: Count to ten in a certain way. ?On the phone you answer and automatically when you finish the call you get an email where says the percentage and probability you have of being infected?, Explain.

If it is greater than 75%, an alert is triggered and the health system is informed, and you have to do a PCR. ?It allows us to test work teams and to date it keeps us with zero contagions to the team. Only one person, external, it yielded more than 75% and was indeed infected. The process studies the audiometry of the voice. It doesn’t tell you if you’re infected, it’s a probability. It could be a technology that could be incorporated by communes or other establishments and institutions. It even manages to discriminate between flu symptoms and Covid-19?, explains Fernández.

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One of the alternatives that the scientific event will offer points to the diagnosis of Covid-19. REUTERS/Ailen Diaz

Future Congress in its XI edition will also surprise its virtual attendees with two other great novelties. According to Fernández, “we always had a space at lunchtime where we lowered the transmission, which meant that people were disconnected, and then the connection in the afternoon was super slow.”

That is why we thought of generating an extra space called CF News, with different journalists, explains Fernández, ?and thus ensure that the transmission of Future Congress is uninterrupted from nine in the morning until 6:00 p.m. As in other channels, after the morning block, we will have news, and then the afternoon block. It will include different spaces, with what happens in the event and also general science news and current affairs?.

The idea is to have a space where people do not disconnect, ?and support and disseminate content that we were unable to show in Future Congress, in a much simpler format. We hope that it can captivate the audience?, explains Fernández.

Along the same lines, “we will present a small initiative called We Have a Dilemma, which is a space where the public can register and have a live conversation with different exhibitors who have already given their talk. For example, if one of them exposes one day at 10 in the morning, then at 12 they connect by Zoom, answering all the questions that people had pending. It is a B format where you can talk and debate with the experts who come to Future Congress. It was one of the criticisms we had every year, the lack of interaction between people and exhibitors. And this space comes to correct that?, Fernandez reveals.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642105336 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Sweet madness and poetry and punk: Scandinavian cinema in the spotlight on Filmo [link] => https://awardworld.net/palme-dor/sweet-madness-and-poetry-and-punk-scandinavian-cinema-in-the-spotlight-on-filmo/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Stephen Juarez ) [pubdate] => Thu, 13 Jan 2022 19:23:43 +0000 [category] => Palme D?orcinemaFilmomadnessPoetryPunkScandinavianspotlightsweet [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=12260 [description] => Scandinavian cinema counts among its representatives some of the greatest active filmmakers. This is an opportunity to pay tribute to them, with Filmo. Willingly caricatured as an airtight cinema, not really funny, even authorizing to the extreme, just good enough to stimulate the cerebral hemispheres of Parisian spectators downing quinoa. Except that on the contrary, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Scandinavian cinema counts among its representatives some of the greatest active filmmakers. This is an opportunity to pay tribute to them, with Filmo.

Willingly caricatured as an airtight cinema, not really funny, even authorizing to the extreme, just good enough to stimulate the cerebral hemispheres of Parisian spectators downing quinoa. Except that on the contrary, Denmark, Sweden and Norway remain great creative breeding grounds, dotted with singular, original, unexpected creations.

Filmo dedicated to it a rich selection, let’s talk about some of the films available on the streaming platform. For once, we will not return to the best known, such as the stupefying The Silent Warrior – Valhalla Rising by Nicolas Winding Refn or the splashing provocations of Lars von Trier, numerous and available. The same goes for the impressive Thomas Vinterberg, of whom several films, including the cult party, have joined the platform.

However, the occasion was too good not to offer you to take a look at more original productions, but also rarer, that you will sometimes only find on Filmo.

The famous magic of cinema

It is no exaggeration to present Roy Andersson’s film as theone of the most beautiful and strange in the history of cinema. Fruit of twenty years of preparation, then of a filming spread over four years (still) Second Floor Songs is a fascinating series of sketches. With their systematic use of the wide-angle, the permanent choice of the sequence shot, as if of a great plastic coherence, one would quickly believe that we are dealing with a pictorial experimentation ultimately far removed from cinematographic narration.

But not at all, Andersson injects here the phenomenal experience accumulated over the hundreds of clips he has directed, and generates an unprecedented cinematographic space, in which it gives rise to an art of movement, rhythm and poetry that is truly staggering. Is Swedish society, like many of its characters, gray and depressed? Or does the director like to make up his contemporaries to better question their anxieties, the possible shortcomings of a world that only asks to sink into its own neuroses? We will probably never quite know, but this melancholic spectacle of a gallery of characters inevitably leaving the common rails remains an absolutely unique spectacle.

With Snow Therapy then The Square, Ruben Östlund scattered Cannes like a puzzle, imposing a tone that was both sarcastic and radical, allowing him, under cover of an aggressive comedy of manners, to address the wrongs, spinelessness and petty betrayals of well-to-do individuals in every respect. Corn before leaving with the Palme d’or, this good Ruben had been practicing his art for some time. Long invisible in France, his first films were unearthed by Filmo, which allows us today to revisit an exciting start to his career.

What if everyone was a little confused? This is the question we can ask ourselves while looking at Guitar Mongoloid, an astonishing choral film, and its gallery of delirious portraits. Four remained explode bicycles, until meeting a duo of consequent motorcyclists. A young boy as gifted for the guitar as a warthog for rhythmic gymnastics tries his hand at punk, under the fascinated gaze of a somewhat complacent adult, and then there will also be this sequence of Russian roulette, astonishing suspense and weirdness. Like all the films that followed it, this first exercise is troubled, astonishing, capable of moments of suspended grace as well as grueling tension.

Dog punk will grow big

Many spectators have recently discovered the fascinating Joachim Trier thanks to the solar Julie (in 12 chapters), awarded a few months ago in Cannes. But the artist was not at his first attempt, and we owed him at least one very great success entitled Oslo, August 31. The film was quite a challenge sinceit is about adapting the Will-o’-the-wisp from Drieu La Rochelle. A poetic and complex text, narrating the last day, in the streets of Versailles, of a young man resolved to commit suicide. Trier moves the action to Oslo and miraculously manages to transcend its program as hard as it is trying, to offer us a singularly luminous story.

Because the director wants to pay homage to the capital of Norway, he strives to magnify the scenery through which his hero passes, as if the entire city, about to become his tomb, was traversed by a sacred light. Chronicle of melancholy and depression that seeks everything except to overwhelm the viewer, the story takes the pulse of a young man who has decided to end, in a gesture of great tenderness, of a delicate and ultimately overwhelming humanity. Never judging his protagonists, the director prefers to offer a sensitive portrait, with the air of ointment. Rare and precious.

A little Xanax, and it starts again!

Another exclusivity specific to the Filmo platform, here is The King’s Choice, which retraces a few hours that decided the fate of Norway. As the Nazis begin the annexation of the country, the Reich’s troops have the ambition to reach an agreement with the Norwegian monarch, which would make them the legal and legitimate repositories of authority. To allow his country to prepare to resist, but also his people to flee the German invader, the King had to decide urgently on the attitude to adopt and the doctrine to defend.

War film, study of a sacrifice as much as frantic chase film, the film directed by Erik Poppe dodges most of the pitfalls of costumed pageants, just as he does not overplay the figure of civilization tottering in the face of the filthy beast, preferring to qualify and question its protagonists as to the nature of their choices, without falling into the talkative pensum. And for good reason, the director is also the author of one of the shocks of recent years, Utoya, July 22, an immersion in a sequence shot in the horror of a particularly violent attack. We are therefore all the more interested in the rest of his career.

The Mr White of Casino Royale has taken the lead

And to find all the films in this selection on Filmo, it’s this way !

This is an article published as part of a partnership. But what is a Large Screen partnership?

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) [summary] => Scandinavian cinema counts among its representatives some of the greatest active filmmakers. This is an opportunity to pay tribute to them, with Filmo. Willingly caricatured as an airtight cinema, not really funny, even authorizing to the extreme, just good enough to stimulate the cerebral hemispheres of Parisian spectators downing quinoa. Except that on the contrary, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Scandinavian cinema counts among its representatives some of the greatest active filmmakers. This is an opportunity to pay tribute to them, with Filmo.

Willingly caricatured as an airtight cinema, not really funny, even authorizing to the extreme, just good enough to stimulate the cerebral hemispheres of Parisian spectators downing quinoa. Except that on the contrary, Denmark, Sweden and Norway remain great creative breeding grounds, dotted with singular, original, unexpected creations.

Filmo dedicated to it a rich selection, let’s talk about some of the films available on the streaming platform. For once, we will not return to the best known, such as the stupefying The Silent Warrior – Valhalla Rising by Nicolas Winding Refn or the splashing provocations of Lars von Trier, numerous and available. The same goes for the impressive Thomas Vinterberg, of whom several films, including the cult party, have joined the platform.

However, the occasion was too good not to offer you to take a look at more original productions, but also rarer, that you will sometimes only find on Filmo.

The famous magic of cinema

It is no exaggeration to present Roy Andersson’s film as theone of the most beautiful and strange in the history of cinema. Fruit of twenty years of preparation, then of a filming spread over four years (still) Second Floor Songs is a fascinating series of sketches. With their systematic use of the wide-angle, the permanent choice of the sequence shot, as if of a great plastic coherence, one would quickly believe that we are dealing with a pictorial experimentation ultimately far removed from cinematographic narration.

But not at all, Andersson injects here the phenomenal experience accumulated over the hundreds of clips he has directed, and generates an unprecedented cinematographic space, in which it gives rise to an art of movement, rhythm and poetry that is truly staggering. Is Swedish society, like many of its characters, gray and depressed? Or does the director like to make up his contemporaries to better question their anxieties, the possible shortcomings of a world that only asks to sink into its own neuroses? We will probably never quite know, but this melancholic spectacle of a gallery of characters inevitably leaving the common rails remains an absolutely unique spectacle.

With Snow Therapy then The Square, Ruben Östlund scattered Cannes like a puzzle, imposing a tone that was both sarcastic and radical, allowing him, under cover of an aggressive comedy of manners, to address the wrongs, spinelessness and petty betrayals of well-to-do individuals in every respect. Corn before leaving with the Palme d’or, this good Ruben had been practicing his art for some time. Long invisible in France, his first films were unearthed by Filmo, which allows us today to revisit an exciting start to his career.

What if everyone was a little confused? This is the question we can ask ourselves while looking at Guitar Mongoloid, an astonishing choral film, and its gallery of delirious portraits. Four remained explode bicycles, until meeting a duo of consequent motorcyclists. A young boy as gifted for the guitar as a warthog for rhythmic gymnastics tries his hand at punk, under the fascinated gaze of a somewhat complacent adult, and then there will also be this sequence of Russian roulette, astonishing suspense and weirdness. Like all the films that followed it, this first exercise is troubled, astonishing, capable of moments of suspended grace as well as grueling tension.

Dog punk will grow big

Many spectators have recently discovered the fascinating Joachim Trier thanks to the solar Julie (in 12 chapters), awarded a few months ago in Cannes. But the artist was not at his first attempt, and we owed him at least one very great success entitled Oslo, August 31. The film was quite a challenge sinceit is about adapting the Will-o’-the-wisp from Drieu La Rochelle. A poetic and complex text, narrating the last day, in the streets of Versailles, of a young man resolved to commit suicide. Trier moves the action to Oslo and miraculously manages to transcend its program as hard as it is trying, to offer us a singularly luminous story.

Because the director wants to pay homage to the capital of Norway, he strives to magnify the scenery through which his hero passes, as if the entire city, about to become his tomb, was traversed by a sacred light. Chronicle of melancholy and depression that seeks everything except to overwhelm the viewer, the story takes the pulse of a young man who has decided to end, in a gesture of great tenderness, of a delicate and ultimately overwhelming humanity. Never judging his protagonists, the director prefers to offer a sensitive portrait, with the air of ointment. Rare and precious.

A little Xanax, and it starts again!

Another exclusivity specific to the Filmo platform, here is The King’s Choice, which retraces a few hours that decided the fate of Norway. As the Nazis begin the annexation of the country, the Reich’s troops have the ambition to reach an agreement with the Norwegian monarch, which would make them the legal and legitimate repositories of authority. To allow his country to prepare to resist, but also his people to flee the German invader, the King had to decide urgently on the attitude to adopt and the doctrine to defend.

War film, study of a sacrifice as much as frantic chase film, the film directed by Erik Poppe dodges most of the pitfalls of costumed pageants, just as he does not overplay the figure of civilization tottering in the face of the filthy beast, preferring to qualify and question its protagonists as to the nature of their choices, without falling into the talkative pensum. And for good reason, the director is also the author of one of the shocks of recent years, Utoya, July 22, an immersion in a sequence shot in the horror of a particularly violent attack. We are therefore all the more interested in the rest of his career.

The Mr White of Casino Royale has taken the lead

And to find all the films in this selection on Filmo, it’s this way !

This is an article published as part of a partnership. But what is a Large Screen partnership?

We wish to say thanks to the author of this write-up for this awesome material

Sweet madness and poetry and punk: Scandinavian cinema in the spotlight on Filmo

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[date_timestamp] => 1642101823 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => NBA/HS ? A coach suspended for having won too much! [link] => https://awardworld.net/booker-prize/nba-hs-a-coach-suspended-for-having-won-too-much/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Daniel Bivins ) [pubdate] => Thu, 13 Jan 2022 19:07:17 +0000 [category] => Booker PrizecoachNBAHSsuspended [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=12257 [description] => In sport, what is more in an environment competitive, the objective is to win, to score more points than your opponent. But apparently earning too much can also be detrimental to a career. The proof, a trainer was suspended for too large a victory at the High School level. In the NBA, Michael Jordan and ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

In sport, what is more in an environment competitive, the objective is to win, to score more points than your opponent. But apparently earning too much can also be detrimental to a career. The proof, a trainer was suspended for too large a victory at the High School level.

In the NBA, Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant were adored and put forward for their conquering state of mind. Indeed, whatever the context, whether in match or in training, the two legends categorically refused to lose. Moreover, the number 8/24 of the Lakers even named this approach to sport the “Mamba Mentality”, and many followers today roam the NBA floors like Devin Booker or Kyrie Irving…

But obviously, not all contexts are conducive to the establishment of the famous Mamba Mentality. Indeed, at the High School level, the main objective is not necessarily to win at all costs and fill the trophy cabinet. The most important thing is to teach moral values ??to the players, which all can carry with them in their future life. Solidarity, mutual aid, surpassing oneself or accepting authority are all major concepts that count more than the bulletin board.

Victory of 88 points and immediate suspension for a coach

This is why, unlike the professional leagues or even the NCAA Tour, winning by a huge margin can be frowned upon. Indeed, destroying a much weaker team could give players and students the impression that it is normal to go after the most in difficulty… This is what explains why a coach was suspended by his school after a victory far too large for the taste of the adversaries.

In Connecticut, the land of women’s basketball, the Sacred Heart Academy coach led his team to a 92-4 victory, but rather than being rewarded for teaching his players, he was suspended for two meetings for a lack of respect and fair play towards the opposing high school. The director of the establishment had even publicly apologized:

Sacred Heart Academy values ??values ??learned through athletic competition, including ethical and responsible behavior, leadership, strength of character, and respect for opponents. Our whole teaching team regrets and feels remorse for how our women’s team won their last game.

For the director, therefore, winning by 88 points in a match between high school girls is neither ethical nor a proof of respect. And that’s probably the biggest difference with the professional mentality. Indeed, the greatest sign of respect in the big leagues is to play hard until the last minute, even if it means driving an even bigger gap.

Indeed, the poor adversaries of the Sacred Heart Academy had to have a bad encounter and had to go home disappointed. But that’s also sport, learning to manage chess, learn to get up? Not sure that this suspension

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) [summary] => In sport, what is more in an environment competitive, the objective is to win, to score more points than your opponent. But apparently earning too much can also be detrimental to a career. The proof, a trainer was suspended for too large a victory at the High School level. In the NBA, Michael Jordan and ... Read more [atom_content] =>

In sport, what is more in an environment competitive, the objective is to win, to score more points than your opponent. But apparently earning too much can also be detrimental to a career. The proof, a trainer was suspended for too large a victory at the High School level.

In the NBA, Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant were adored and put forward for their conquering state of mind. Indeed, whatever the context, whether in match or in training, the two legends categorically refused to lose. Moreover, the number 8/24 of the Lakers even named this approach to sport the “Mamba Mentality”, and many followers today roam the NBA floors like Devin Booker or Kyrie Irving…

But obviously, not all contexts are conducive to the establishment of the famous Mamba Mentality. Indeed, at the High School level, the main objective is not necessarily to win at all costs and fill the trophy cabinet. The most important thing is to teach moral values ??to the players, which all can carry with them in their future life. Solidarity, mutual aid, surpassing oneself or accepting authority are all major concepts that count more than the bulletin board.

Victory of 88 points and immediate suspension for a coach

This is why, unlike the professional leagues or even the NCAA Tour, winning by a huge margin can be frowned upon. Indeed, destroying a much weaker team could give players and students the impression that it is normal to go after the most in difficulty… This is what explains why a coach was suspended by his school after a victory far too large for the taste of the adversaries.

In Connecticut, the land of women’s basketball, the Sacred Heart Academy coach led his team to a 92-4 victory, but rather than being rewarded for teaching his players, he was suspended for two meetings for a lack of respect and fair play towards the opposing high school. The director of the establishment had even publicly apologized:

Sacred Heart Academy values ??values ??learned through athletic competition, including ethical and responsible behavior, leadership, strength of character, and respect for opponents. Our whole teaching team regrets and feels remorse for how our women’s team won their last game.

For the director, therefore, winning by 88 points in a match between high school girls is neither ethical nor a proof of respect. And that’s probably the biggest difference with the professional mentality. Indeed, the greatest sign of respect in the big leagues is to play hard until the last minute, even if it means driving an even bigger gap.

Indeed, the poor adversaries of the Sacred Heart Academy had to have a bad encounter and had to go home disappointed. But that’s also sport, learning to manage chess, learn to get up? Not sure that this suspension

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NBA/HS ? A coach suspended for having won too much!

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[date_timestamp] => 1642100837 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => The first selection of the Booksellers in Seine 2022 prize [link] => https://awardworld.net/booker-prize/the-first-selection-of-the-booksellers-in-seine-2022-prize/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Daniel Bivins ) [pubdate] => Thu, 13 Jan 2022 18:05:53 +0000 [category] => Booker PrizebooksellersPrizeSeineselection [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=12254 [description] => The association of independent bookstores in western Paris is launching the 10and edition of its Libraires en Seine prize, the only independent prize made up of booksellers and readers. The association’s booksellers selected 32 reading favorites published this year and chose a second time Valentine Goby, author of Kinderzimmer, for sponsor of the prize. With ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The association of independent bookstores in western Paris is launching the 10and edition of its Libraires en Seine prize, the only independent prize made up of booksellers and readers. The association’s booksellers selected 32 reading favorites published this year and chose a second time Valentine Goby, author of Kinderzimmer, for sponsor of the prize.

With four titles, Actes Sud is the best-represented publisher. There are also a few award-winning books this fall, such as Mahmoud or the rising waters, by Antoine Wauters, The most secret memory of men, by Mohammed Mbougar Sarr, Mrs Hayat, by Ahmet Altan, The Demon of Wolf Hill, by Dimitri Rouchon-Borie, Furies, by Julie Ruocco, The children of the Volga, by Gouzel Iakhina, or My husband, by Maud Ventura.

The 32 favorites:

Six finalists will be announced in January after a vote by the association’s booksellers. 800 readers will take over to choose their favorite novel. The winner will be announced, during the month of June, a? the occasion of the great festival of Booksellers in the Seine.

In 2021, between big cats by Colin Niel (Rouergue) won the Booksellers in Seine prize, Hiroki’s game by Eric Senabre at Didier jeunesse for that of the P’tits Bouquineurs en Seine and The city without wind, by Elénore Villeppoix (Hachette novels), for that of Bouquineurs en Seine.

Created in 2012, the Libraires en Seine association brings together 12 bookstores in western Paris: Au Pays des Livres in Colombes, De?dicaces in Rueil-Malmaison, L’Amandier in Puteaux, L’Ecriture in Vaucresson, La Boi?te at? Letters to Asnie?res-sur-Seine, The Suite at Versailles, Baron Perche? in Courbevoie, The Book and the Turtle in Issy-les-Moulineaux, Les Beaux Titres in Levallois-Perret, Les Cyclades in Saint-Cloud, Librairie des Batignolles in Paris 17th and Librairie Nouvelle in Asnieres-sur-Seine.

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The first selection of the Booksellers in Seine 2022 prize

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) [summary] => The association of independent bookstores in western Paris is launching the 10and edition of its Libraires en Seine prize, the only independent prize made up of booksellers and readers. The association’s booksellers selected 32 reading favorites published this year and chose a second time Valentine Goby, author of Kinderzimmer, for sponsor of the prize. With ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The association of independent bookstores in western Paris is launching the 10and edition of its Libraires en Seine prize, the only independent prize made up of booksellers and readers. The association’s booksellers selected 32 reading favorites published this year and chose a second time Valentine Goby, author of Kinderzimmer, for sponsor of the prize.

With four titles, Actes Sud is the best-represented publisher. There are also a few award-winning books this fall, such as Mahmoud or the rising waters, by Antoine Wauters, The most secret memory of men, by Mohammed Mbougar Sarr, Mrs Hayat, by Ahmet Altan, The Demon of Wolf Hill, by Dimitri Rouchon-Borie, Furies, by Julie Ruocco, The children of the Volga, by Gouzel Iakhina, or My husband, by Maud Ventura.

The 32 favorites:

Six finalists will be announced in January after a vote by the association’s booksellers. 800 readers will take over to choose their favorite novel. The winner will be announced, during the month of June, a? the occasion of the great festival of Booksellers in the Seine.

In 2021, between big cats by Colin Niel (Rouergue) won the Booksellers in Seine prize, Hiroki’s game by Eric Senabre at Didier jeunesse for that of the P’tits Bouquineurs en Seine and The city without wind, by Elénore Villeppoix (Hachette novels), for that of Bouquineurs en Seine.

Created in 2012, the Libraires en Seine association brings together 12 bookstores in western Paris: Au Pays des Livres in Colombes, De?dicaces in Rueil-Malmaison, L’Amandier in Puteaux, L’Ecriture in Vaucresson, La Boi?te at? Letters to Asnie?res-sur-Seine, The Suite at Versailles, Baron Perche? in Courbevoie, The Book and the Turtle in Issy-les-Moulineaux, Les Beaux Titres in Levallois-Perret, Les Cyclades in Saint-Cloud, Librairie des Batignolles in Paris 17th and Librairie Nouvelle in Asnieres-sur-Seine.

We want to thank the writer of this article for this awesome web content

The first selection of the Booksellers in Seine 2022 prize

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[date_timestamp] => 1642097153 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Why is the discovery of new molecules so important? [link] => https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/why-is-the-discovery-of-new-molecules-so-important-2/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => David Armstrong ) [pubdate] => Thu, 13 Jan 2022 17:23:00 +0000 [category] => Nobel Prizediscoverymolecules [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=12251 [description] => Eduardo Peris Fajarnes, Jaume I University; Christian Vicent Barrera, Jaume I University, and Susana Ibanez Maella, Jaume I University In 2016, researchers Ben Feringa, Fraser Stoddart, and Jean-Pierre Savage received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry “for the design and synthesis of molecular machines.” Molecular machines are nanometric entities based on molecules that can perform controlled ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Eduardo Peris Fajarnes, Jaume I University; Christian Vicent Barrera, Jaume I University, and Susana Ibanez Maella, Jaume I University

In 2016, researchers Ben Feringa, Fraser Stoddart, and Jean-Pierre Savage received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry “for the design and synthesis of molecular machines.” Molecular machines are nanometric entities based on molecules that can perform controlled movements when stimulated with an energy source (heat, pH, light). This discovery has very important consequences in the development of new technologies, since, if there is a process associated with technological development in the 21st century, it is undoubtedly that of miniaturization. Molecular machines are the smallest technological devices that can be built, so that their rational design (which is aimed at subsequently fulfilling the function for which it was designed) constitutes one of the great challenges for a chemical researcher.

The mechanical link

The root of the works of Feringa, Stoddart and Savage is found in what is currently known as a mechanical link. Normally, molecules are made up of associations of atoms that are linked by covalent bonds, that is, by sharing electrons. Mechanical bonds are established when two or more molecules intertwine, as a consequence of their topology.

The existence of mechanical bonds allows the components of the molecule to move relative to each other, thus facilitating the movement that turns it into a molecular machine. For example, a ‘catenane’ (Figure 1) is made up of two (or more) cyclic components that are intertwined in the same way as two consecutive links in a chain. The existence of the mechanical link allows one of the components (link) to rotate with respect to the other.

Along with catenans, rotaxanes and molecular knots constitute the three types of mechanically intertwined molecules known to date (Figure 1). These three types of molecules have in common that they are based on cyclic structures, since it can be inferred that closed systems are the ones that most easily give interlocking structures.

Nanometer-scale bodies

The development of this new molecular engineering is today a field in continuous progress since the number of molecules capable of forming sophisticated molecular topologies is almost unimaginable. The development of new molecular machines provides a scenario comparable to the extraordinary versatility that we would have to design three-dimensional puzzles or architectures by combining Lego pieces. Precisely, Fraser Stodart, undoubtedly one of the greatest exponents in the design of molecular machines, recounts his addiction to puzzles during his childhood, and how this enhanced his creativity when designing molecular assemblies

Some mechanically interlocked molecules similar to those shown in Figure 1 have been used to build amazing molecular assemblies that simulate the process executed by a molecular elevator, the contraction of a muscle or a moving nanocar. All this, with the singularity of operating on the nanometric scale.

In this context, the preparation of more complex mechanically interlocked structures should allow the molecule to carry out a greater number of movements through the mechanical bonds and, therefore, be capable of performing increasingly sophisticated functions.

For all of the above, designing new types of mechanically intertwined molecules and, above all, finding new molecular topologies is of great importance to accelerate the development of this new field of chemical research. This would eventually open the window to new technological applications.

New molecular topology with non-cyclic components

In the search for new molecules with compatible characteristics for the formation of mechanical bonds, our group at the Universitat Jaume I has designed a new type of mechanically intertwined molecule based on the association of two molecules in the form of a clamp or clip (Figure 2).

When these molecules intertwine with each other, they form a novel molecular topology that we have baptized with the name of clypans (see Figure 2). It should be noted that, while the molecular topologies known so far (catenane, rotaxane and molecular knots) are based on cyclic structures, what is unique about clipane is that it is made up of two open (non-cyclic) components, in the form of a clip.

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Figure 2. Schematic representation of clamp (or molecular clip) and clipane. / Eduardo Peris. Author provided

For the mechanical bond to occur, the components of the clipane must be in perfect harmony in terms of size, shape and position of functional groups along its molecular skeleton, which implies a great effort in the design and adjustment of the clipane. synthetic procedure.

The fact that this molecule could not be imagined until now opens up a wide range of possibilities, with applications that we are unable to imagine today. The results, which have been published in the prestigious chemical journal Angewandte Chemie International Edition, have had a great media echo in the scientific community, and have even been highlighted in the journal Science.The Conversation

Eduardo Peris Fajarnes, University Professor. Inorganic chemistry, Jaume I University; Christian Vicent Barrera, Research support technician, Jaume I University, and Susana Ibanez Maella, Researcher in Chemistry, Jaume I University

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) [summary] => Eduardo Peris Fajarnes, Jaume I University; Christian Vicent Barrera, Jaume I University, and Susana Ibanez Maella, Jaume I University In 2016, researchers Ben Feringa, Fraser Stoddart, and Jean-Pierre Savage received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry “for the design and synthesis of molecular machines.” Molecular machines are nanometric entities based on molecules that can perform controlled ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Eduardo Peris Fajarnes, Jaume I University; Christian Vicent Barrera, Jaume I University, and Susana Ibanez Maella, Jaume I University

In 2016, researchers Ben Feringa, Fraser Stoddart, and Jean-Pierre Savage received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry “for the design and synthesis of molecular machines.” Molecular machines are nanometric entities based on molecules that can perform controlled movements when stimulated with an energy source (heat, pH, light). This discovery has very important consequences in the development of new technologies, since, if there is a process associated with technological development in the 21st century, it is undoubtedly that of miniaturization. Molecular machines are the smallest technological devices that can be built, so that their rational design (which is aimed at subsequently fulfilling the function for which it was designed) constitutes one of the great challenges for a chemical researcher.

The mechanical link

The root of the works of Feringa, Stoddart and Savage is found in what is currently known as a mechanical link. Normally, molecules are made up of associations of atoms that are linked by covalent bonds, that is, by sharing electrons. Mechanical bonds are established when two or more molecules intertwine, as a consequence of their topology.

The existence of mechanical bonds allows the components of the molecule to move relative to each other, thus facilitating the movement that turns it into a molecular machine. For example, a ‘catenane’ (Figure 1) is made up of two (or more) cyclic components that are intertwined in the same way as two consecutive links in a chain. The existence of the mechanical link allows one of the components (link) to rotate with respect to the other.

Along with catenans, rotaxanes and molecular knots constitute the three types of mechanically intertwined molecules known to date (Figure 1). These three types of molecules have in common that they are based on cyclic structures, since it can be inferred that closed systems are the ones that most easily give interlocking structures.

Nanometer-scale bodies

The development of this new molecular engineering is today a field in continuous progress since the number of molecules capable of forming sophisticated molecular topologies is almost unimaginable. The development of new molecular machines provides a scenario comparable to the extraordinary versatility that we would have to design three-dimensional puzzles or architectures by combining Lego pieces. Precisely, Fraser Stodart, undoubtedly one of the greatest exponents in the design of molecular machines, recounts his addiction to puzzles during his childhood, and how this enhanced his creativity when designing molecular assemblies

Some mechanically interlocked molecules similar to those shown in Figure 1 have been used to build amazing molecular assemblies that simulate the process executed by a molecular elevator, the contraction of a muscle or a moving nanocar. All this, with the singularity of operating on the nanometric scale.

In this context, the preparation of more complex mechanically interlocked structures should allow the molecule to carry out a greater number of movements through the mechanical bonds and, therefore, be capable of performing increasingly sophisticated functions.

For all of the above, designing new types of mechanically intertwined molecules and, above all, finding new molecular topologies is of great importance to accelerate the development of this new field of chemical research. This would eventually open the window to new technological applications.

New molecular topology with non-cyclic components

In the search for new molecules with compatible characteristics for the formation of mechanical bonds, our group at the Universitat Jaume I has designed a new type of mechanically intertwined molecule based on the association of two molecules in the form of a clamp or clip (Figure 2).

When these molecules intertwine with each other, they form a novel molecular topology that we have baptized with the name of clypans (see Figure 2). It should be noted that, while the molecular topologies known so far (catenane, rotaxane and molecular knots) are based on cyclic structures, what is unique about clipane is that it is made up of two open (non-cyclic) components, in the form of a clip.

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Figure 2. Schematic representation of clamp (or molecular clip) and clipane. / Eduardo Peris. Author provided

For the mechanical bond to occur, the components of the clipane must be in perfect harmony in terms of size, shape and position of functional groups along its molecular skeleton, which implies a great effort in the design and adjustment of the clipane. synthetic procedure.

The fact that this molecule could not be imagined until now opens up a wide range of possibilities, with applications that we are unable to imagine today. The results, which have been published in the prestigious chemical journal Angewandte Chemie International Edition, have had a great media echo in the scientific community, and have even been highlighted in the journal Science.The Conversation

Eduardo Peris Fajarnes, University Professor. Inorganic chemistry, Jaume I University; Christian Vicent Barrera, Research support technician, Jaume I University, and Susana Ibanez Maella, Researcher in Chemistry, Jaume I University

This article was originally published on The Conversation. read the original.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642094580 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => ?I don?t write to win prizes, I write because I can only narrate? [link] => https://awardworld.net/mtv-awards/i-dont-write-to-win-prizes-i-write-because-i-can-only-narrate/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => John John ) [pubdate] => Thu, 13 Jan 2022 16:12:41 +0000 [category] => MTV AwardsnarratePrizeswinwrite [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=12248 [description] => What was it that made Yulieth Mora, the winner of the X National Short Story Prize La Cueva, turn off the light and decide to stay inside?, surrounded by darkness, savoring the warm caress of silence, while outside, in the Bogotá of anger, laughter, rain, broken dreams, unfinished loves, continued the indifferent symphony of common ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

What was it that made Yulieth Mora, the winner of the X National Short Story Prize La Cueva, turn off the light and decide to stay inside?, surrounded by darkness, savoring the warm caress of silence, while outside, in the Bogotá of anger, laughter, rain, broken dreams, unfinished loves, continued the indifferent symphony of common things.

Maybe Yulieth turned off the light to feel Jess’s heartbeat much stronger, to know that her character, the elusive and beautiful girl, who was not ready for love, the same one who traverses the pages of her book with timid indifference. story, I was there, by his side, escaped from the computer, or perhaps at the bar of some bar waiting for the barman to serve him a Gin and tonic.

When Yulieth set out to write this story, which is ultimately the central story of a series of stories that she had been working on in recent years, she was clear that the central topic of that project was something as everyday, as common, as relationships. couple and lack of communication, because many times loving is just that, an ordinary ardor, an instantaneous combustion or a prolonged daydream that makes us feel alive.

When you interview people you realize that they are beautiful or they say beautiful things and they don’t know it until they read it.

Yulieth Mora is a Bogota writer and journalist that was born at the beginning of the convulsive decade of the nineties, a moment in which grunge, alternative rock and Nirvana were the masters of the planet’s music scene, videos were programmed on MTV and not reality shows, fellatio put the presidency in check of a superpower and social media was an embryonic dream in some nerd’s head.

Yulieth, as she herself affirms, began with the profuse readings that served as a guide, somewhat late. Without a doubt, the intense conversations at home, next to his mother, his brother and his aunts, became the genesis, the seed of his current drive for tell stories.

Those stories about the past, about the origin, the tales of the town and the family, those memories and events that marked the history of her family, became the fuel that led her to walk the path of words.

(See: These are the women who won the La Cueva Short Story Prize in Barranquilla)

“It also has a lot to do with journalism, when you interview people you realize that they are beautiful or say beautiful things and they don’t know it until they read it,” he says.

Yulieth Mora, Bogota writer.

What is the personal concept behind your proposal?

“I write what I can with what I have. I don’t write to win prizes, I write because I can’t do anything other than narrate. Acknowledgments are welcome, but after all that lasts a few moments, what you have to do is keep writing”

Childhood memories and the present

Yulieth remembers that at school she already read the basics, however, she always found it very boring, perhaps, as she herself says, it is because at that time, they made it boring. Another music began to play when he entered the university to study social communication and journalism, a more pleasant and entertaining one, one that provided him with the exact dose of interest and pleasure, which made him start reading seriously.

?I wanted to emulate the well-known authors, but I had nothing to say at the time, nor did I know how to do it. I graduated from the university and began to attend the local workshops and then the district ones, I went every Saturday without fail, I went through several teachers giving workshops and they taught me to read poetry, short stories and novels and after that there was no turning back?, he recalls with some nostalgia.

For the first time in 10 years, not only one writer wins the first place, the second was obtained by Laura Victoria Bolaño Pérez and the third place by Cinthia Lucía Vargas Caparrós.

(Of interest: Low lethality, one of the effects of anticovid vaccination in Barranquilla)

On previous occasions, writers stood out in the first places: second place for Fernanda Trías, second place for Duffay Ríos, third place for Viviana Vanegas, to name a few that come to mind.

According to the author, on this never-ending road, creators look for many ways to narrate; perhaps a style, a way that makes them feel comfortable when telling, however, according to their own words, that comfort begins to annoy and the desire to do it in another way arises, look for other ways other possibilities.

?Last year they invited me to participate in a writing project during the pandemic and then they rejected me because they wanted a story and mine was a story, but with a poem-like structure. My story was a long list and they wanted prose. So, I reflected on the conventions of the structures since at this point in the match it is questionable, there are poems in prose and prose that are beautiful poems?.

You see her cinnamon, sweaty, with her thick mouth and the line of a scar asking you for everything that you are not yet capable of doing, of being. You see her confident with her hands in her back pockets. You see her reading looking for a word that you don’t know. You see her sincere summarizing a story that terrifies you. You see her frowning, looking at the past, running through the pain with her hands on the sheets. You see her naked, you see how her ribs rise on her fragile body, how they mark the paths of the air that she needs. You see her taking in that hot air, filling her lungs over and over again; And now you can’t stop watching it…

Your story is a story of diverse love, dissident, a love story that challenges the established molds, the romance between two women who are discovering the world, trying to understand what this is all about, peeking through its folds.

Do you feel influenced by ‘queer’ authors or authors?

I think that when I was starting to read I didn’t find many stories that came close to what happened to me, which was falling in love with another woman, and so I’ve spent the last few years writing about the world I live in, which is the world of a homosexual woman.

What do you give more importance to in a story?

I care a lot about the language and its economy and I care about it much more than the plot, but I try not to neglect any of them. The characters are always pulling where they want and one does what they say.

Do you think that the place of birth marks a style, a specific path, how much has the city in which you were born marked you?

Bogotá is my home and it is the place where I have everything and it has influenced me. However, in the last year I have had the opportunity to work at the SINCHI Institute touring the Amazon and I have been observing and learning a lot about this territory, I think that will mark my writing from now on.

sensible conclusions

Music has played an important role in their stories and in the poetics that run through their narrative. Yulieth assures that she has been building a playlist for many years, and not just any list of songs to write, she needs a very particular atmosphere, some sounds that accompany the impulse to tell that story, many times those beats, those harmonies, are tracks of piano that escape from his sound player to live in his head during the hours it takes him to shape what he wants to tell.

Other times and that depends on the nature of the story, its pulse, its drive, Yuliteh plays the album EUSA by Yann Tiersen or Solipsism by Joep Beving. Currently, he accompanies her on her creative adventures, the album of NickMurphy, titled, ‘Music for Silence’.

At this moment Yulieth is in her room, she has just turned off the light and decided to stay inside to listen in silence, the noises of the world that crackle outside, while she returns to dream of Jess, or perhaps a taste of orange, to michelada, cinnamon, apple brandy, strawberry bite, ripe pitaya, vodka cherry, poppy cake bite, or the simple alfajor of an afternoon…

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) [summary] => What was it that made Yulieth Mora, the winner of the X National Short Story Prize La Cueva, turn off the light and decide to stay inside?, surrounded by darkness, savoring the warm caress of silence, while outside, in the Bogotá of anger, laughter, rain, broken dreams, unfinished loves, continued the indifferent symphony of common ... Read more [atom_content] =>

What was it that made Yulieth Mora, the winner of the X National Short Story Prize La Cueva, turn off the light and decide to stay inside?, surrounded by darkness, savoring the warm caress of silence, while outside, in the Bogotá of anger, laughter, rain, broken dreams, unfinished loves, continued the indifferent symphony of common things.

Maybe Yulieth turned off the light to feel Jess’s heartbeat much stronger, to know that her character, the elusive and beautiful girl, who was not ready for love, the same one who traverses the pages of her book with timid indifference. story, I was there, by his side, escaped from the computer, or perhaps at the bar of some bar waiting for the barman to serve him a Gin and tonic.

When Yulieth set out to write this story, which is ultimately the central story of a series of stories that she had been working on in recent years, she was clear that the central topic of that project was something as everyday, as common, as relationships. couple and lack of communication, because many times loving is just that, an ordinary ardor, an instantaneous combustion or a prolonged daydream that makes us feel alive.

When you interview people you realize that they are beautiful or they say beautiful things and they don’t know it until they read it.

Yulieth Mora is a Bogota writer and journalist that was born at the beginning of the convulsive decade of the nineties, a moment in which grunge, alternative rock and Nirvana were the masters of the planet’s music scene, videos were programmed on MTV and not reality shows, fellatio put the presidency in check of a superpower and social media was an embryonic dream in some nerd’s head.

Yulieth, as she herself affirms, began with the profuse readings that served as a guide, somewhat late. Without a doubt, the intense conversations at home, next to his mother, his brother and his aunts, became the genesis, the seed of his current drive for tell stories.

Those stories about the past, about the origin, the tales of the town and the family, those memories and events that marked the history of her family, became the fuel that led her to walk the path of words.

(See: These are the women who won the La Cueva Short Story Prize in Barranquilla)

“It also has a lot to do with journalism, when you interview people you realize that they are beautiful or say beautiful things and they don’t know it until they read it,” he says.

Yulieth Mora, Bogota writer.

What is the personal concept behind your proposal?

“I write what I can with what I have. I don’t write to win prizes, I write because I can’t do anything other than narrate. Acknowledgments are welcome, but after all that lasts a few moments, what you have to do is keep writing”

Childhood memories and the present

Yulieth remembers that at school she already read the basics, however, she always found it very boring, perhaps, as she herself says, it is because at that time, they made it boring. Another music began to play when he entered the university to study social communication and journalism, a more pleasant and entertaining one, one that provided him with the exact dose of interest and pleasure, which made him start reading seriously.

?I wanted to emulate the well-known authors, but I had nothing to say at the time, nor did I know how to do it. I graduated from the university and began to attend the local workshops and then the district ones, I went every Saturday without fail, I went through several teachers giving workshops and they taught me to read poetry, short stories and novels and after that there was no turning back?, he recalls with some nostalgia.

For the first time in 10 years, not only one writer wins the first place, the second was obtained by Laura Victoria Bolaño Pérez and the third place by Cinthia Lucía Vargas Caparrós.

(Of interest: Low lethality, one of the effects of anticovid vaccination in Barranquilla)

On previous occasions, writers stood out in the first places: second place for Fernanda Trías, second place for Duffay Ríos, third place for Viviana Vanegas, to name a few that come to mind.

According to the author, on this never-ending road, creators look for many ways to narrate; perhaps a style, a way that makes them feel comfortable when telling, however, according to their own words, that comfort begins to annoy and the desire to do it in another way arises, look for other ways other possibilities.

?Last year they invited me to participate in a writing project during the pandemic and then they rejected me because they wanted a story and mine was a story, but with a poem-like structure. My story was a long list and they wanted prose. So, I reflected on the conventions of the structures since at this point in the match it is questionable, there are poems in prose and prose that are beautiful poems?.

You see her cinnamon, sweaty, with her thick mouth and the line of a scar asking you for everything that you are not yet capable of doing, of being. You see her confident with her hands in her back pockets. You see her reading looking for a word that you don’t know. You see her sincere summarizing a story that terrifies you. You see her frowning, looking at the past, running through the pain with her hands on the sheets. You see her naked, you see how her ribs rise on her fragile body, how they mark the paths of the air that she needs. You see her taking in that hot air, filling her lungs over and over again; And now you can’t stop watching it…

Your story is a story of diverse love, dissident, a love story that challenges the established molds, the romance between two women who are discovering the world, trying to understand what this is all about, peeking through its folds.

Do you feel influenced by ‘queer’ authors or authors?

I think that when I was starting to read I didn’t find many stories that came close to what happened to me, which was falling in love with another woman, and so I’ve spent the last few years writing about the world I live in, which is the world of a homosexual woman.

What do you give more importance to in a story?

I care a lot about the language and its economy and I care about it much more than the plot, but I try not to neglect any of them. The characters are always pulling where they want and one does what they say.

Do you think that the place of birth marks a style, a specific path, how much has the city in which you were born marked you?

Bogotá is my home and it is the place where I have everything and it has influenced me. However, in the last year I have had the opportunity to work at the SINCHI Institute touring the Amazon and I have been observing and learning a lot about this territory, I think that will mark my writing from now on.

sensible conclusions

Music has played an important role in their stories and in the poetics that run through their narrative. Yulieth assures that she has been building a playlist for many years, and not just any list of songs to write, she needs a very particular atmosphere, some sounds that accompany the impulse to tell that story, many times those beats, those harmonies, are tracks of piano that escape from his sound player to live in his head during the hours it takes him to shape what he wants to tell.

Other times and that depends on the nature of the story, its pulse, its drive, Yuliteh plays the album EUSA by Yann Tiersen or Solipsism by Joep Beving. Currently, he accompanies her on her creative adventures, the album of NickMurphy, titled, ‘Music for Silence’.

At this moment Yulieth is in her room, she has just turned off the light and decided to stay inside to listen in silence, the noises of the world that crackle outside, while she returns to dream of Jess, or perhaps a taste of orange, to michelada, cinnamon, apple brandy, strawberry bite, ripe pitaya, vodka cherry, poppy cake bite, or the simple alfajor of an afternoon…

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[date_timestamp] => 1642090361 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Adult Animated Films Generating Oscars Buzz E! News UK [link] => https://awardworld.net/academy-awards/adult-animated-films-generating-oscars-buzz-e-news-uk/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Lisa White ) [pubdate] => Thu, 13 Jan 2022 15:57:20 +0000 [category] => Academy AwardsadultanimatedBuzzfilmsgeneratingNewsOscars [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=12245 [description] => Since the inception of the Best Animated Feature Oscar category in 2001, the Academy has sporadically celebrated mature thematic works alongside box office powerhouses aimed at audiences of all ages. These more adult-oriented titles are often hand-drawn productions designed overseas in languages ??other than English and without the involvement of major corporations. Some of those ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Since the inception of the Best Animated Feature Oscar category in 2001, the Academy has sporadically celebrated mature thematic works alongside box office powerhouses aimed at audiences of all ages. These more adult-oriented titles are often hand-drawn productions designed overseas in languages ??other than English and without the involvement of major corporations.

Some of those notable contestants have included the Cuba romance “Chico and Rita,” the French-language poetic drama about fate, “I Lost My Body,” and an adaptation of Marjane Satrapi’s autobiographical graphic novel “Persepolis.”

Their recognition at the Oscars helps dismiss any assumption that the medium’s only virtue is to serve as a vehicle for stories aimed at children.

It also goes to show that the studio-dominated American animation industry rarely funds this kind of daring cinema. One exception that earned an Academy nod is Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson’s stop-motion meditation on loneliness and companionship, “Anomalisa.”

The current batch of contenders vying for a spot in the final five nominees feature multiple examples of storytelling with emotional substance tackling adult issues with idiosyncratic visual flair.

Previously nominated for the fantasy family saga ‘Mirai’, Japanese director Mamoru Hosoda rekindles his interest in the online lives we lead ? a subject he broached in ‘Summer Wars’ (2009) ? with the moving, powered by music, digital fairy tale ?Belle? (in theaters January 14).

Borrowing tropes from Disney’s 1991 “Beauty and the Beast” but repurposed to suit its vibrant aesthetic, Hosoda constructs a virtual universe known as U, where people coexist as avatars with bright colors suited to their physical traits and personalities.

Inside this intangible realm, fearful teenager Suzu (voiced by Kaho Nakamura) transforms into a hyper-confident pop star. But when a troubled user, an enigmatic masked dragon, begins to wreak havoc, reality bleeds into this seemingly idyllic escape. The driving action, impressive world-building, and haunting soundtrack belie tougher subject matter.

With touching seriousness, ?Belle? confronts the lack of communication between parents and children, as well as the neglect and abuse committed against young people by their guardians. Yet rather than demonize the interactions we have through our internet personas, Hosoda presents this alternate mode of engagement as an avenue for heartfelt connection.

Conversely, the riveting and immersive mountaineering drama ?The Summit of the Gods? (streaming on Netflix) maps out a story of dual obsession that takes place entirely in animated iterations of existing locations: Mount Everest, the Alps, Tokyo, which are no less remarkable in painterly renderings. The French-produced film (based on the manga by Jiro Taniguchi) depicts the strenuous and perilous activity as a spiritual pursuit.

Desiring to reach the highest peak in the world, lone climber Habu (voiced by Éric Herson-Macarel) has spent years preparing to accomplish it alone. At the same time, the photojournalist Fukamachi (Damien Boisseau) is looking for the camera that belonged to the real mountaineer George Mallory, who died on the north face of Everest. Their separate desires soon become inextricably linked.

Not all news on the site expresses the views of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor.

We want to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this outstanding content

Adult Animated Films Generating Oscars Buzz E! News UK

) [summary] => Since the inception of the Best Animated Feature Oscar category in 2001, the Academy has sporadically celebrated mature thematic works alongside box office powerhouses aimed at audiences of all ages. These more adult-oriented titles are often hand-drawn productions designed overseas in languages ??other than English and without the involvement of major corporations. Some of those ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Since the inception of the Best Animated Feature Oscar category in 2001, the Academy has sporadically celebrated mature thematic works alongside box office powerhouses aimed at audiences of all ages. These more adult-oriented titles are often hand-drawn productions designed overseas in languages ??other than English and without the involvement of major corporations.

Some of those notable contestants have included the Cuba romance “Chico and Rita,” the French-language poetic drama about fate, “I Lost My Body,” and an adaptation of Marjane Satrapi’s autobiographical graphic novel “Persepolis.”

Their recognition at the Oscars helps dismiss any assumption that the medium’s only virtue is to serve as a vehicle for stories aimed at children.

It also goes to show that the studio-dominated American animation industry rarely funds this kind of daring cinema. One exception that earned an Academy nod is Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson’s stop-motion meditation on loneliness and companionship, “Anomalisa.”

The current batch of contenders vying for a spot in the final five nominees feature multiple examples of storytelling with emotional substance tackling adult issues with idiosyncratic visual flair.

Previously nominated for the fantasy family saga ‘Mirai’, Japanese director Mamoru Hosoda rekindles his interest in the online lives we lead ? a subject he broached in ‘Summer Wars’ (2009) ? with the moving, powered by music, digital fairy tale ?Belle? (in theaters January 14).

Borrowing tropes from Disney’s 1991 “Beauty and the Beast” but repurposed to suit its vibrant aesthetic, Hosoda constructs a virtual universe known as U, where people coexist as avatars with bright colors suited to their physical traits and personalities.

Inside this intangible realm, fearful teenager Suzu (voiced by Kaho Nakamura) transforms into a hyper-confident pop star. But when a troubled user, an enigmatic masked dragon, begins to wreak havoc, reality bleeds into this seemingly idyllic escape. The driving action, impressive world-building, and haunting soundtrack belie tougher subject matter.

With touching seriousness, ?Belle? confronts the lack of communication between parents and children, as well as the neglect and abuse committed against young people by their guardians. Yet rather than demonize the interactions we have through our internet personas, Hosoda presents this alternate mode of engagement as an avenue for heartfelt connection.

Conversely, the riveting and immersive mountaineering drama ?The Summit of the Gods? (streaming on Netflix) maps out a story of dual obsession that takes place entirely in animated iterations of existing locations: Mount Everest, the Alps, Tokyo, which are no less remarkable in painterly renderings. The French-produced film (based on the manga by Jiro Taniguchi) depicts the strenuous and perilous activity as a spiritual pursuit.

Desiring to reach the highest peak in the world, lone climber Habu (voiced by Éric Herson-Macarel) has spent years preparing to accomplish it alone. At the same time, the photojournalist Fukamachi (Damien Boisseau) is looking for the camera that belonged to the real mountaineer George Mallory, who died on the north face of Everest. Their separate desires soon become inextricably linked.

Not all news on the site expresses the views of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor.

We want to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this outstanding content

Adult Animated Films Generating Oscars Buzz E! News UK

[date_timestamp] => 1642089440 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Peruvian lawyer who sued Mark Zuckerberg demands that he pay him $300,000 to close his account [link] => https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/peruvian-lawyer-who-sued-mark-zuckerberg-demands-that-he-pay-him-300000-to-close-his-account/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => David Armstrong ) [pubdate] => Thu, 13 Jan 2022 15:04:36 +0000 [category] => Nobel PrizeaccountclosedemandslawyermarkPayPeruviansuedZuckerberg [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=12242 [description] => Juan Carlos Mejia Seminar, a lawyer from Piura, who is in the news in Peru for the acceptance for processing the amparo action filed against Mark Zuckerberg, in an interview with RPP Noticias gave details of why he sued Facebook and the request for the payment of 300 thousand dollars in civil damages. According to ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Juan Carlos Mejia Seminar, a lawyer from Piura, who is in the news in Peru for the acceptance for processing the amparo action filed against Mark Zuckerberg, in an interview with RPP Noticias gave details of why he sued Facebook and the request for the payment of 300 thousand dollars in civil damages.

According to the document of the amparo action, the owner of the famous social network was summoned virtually for June 17 of this year at 9:50 am and even a Google Meet link is attached, so that the American businessman connects at least 10 minutes before the appointment and is encouraged to do so through a computer or laptop so that there are no connection problems.

According to Mejía Seminario, Facebook violated his rights by deleting the account for sharing a post from the media Week in which it is revealed that the Nobel Prize in Medicine considers that COVID-19 was created in a laboratory.

?China will have to answer to the world for COVID-19. For the thousands of dead, for the mutilated families. China, according to Nobel Laureate in Medicine, virologist Luc Montaignier, created the virus to damage the world’s economies.”, said the post written by the lawyer and that attached the news, which after verification of the social network turned out to be false.

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?They have already suspended me for 30 days, when I accepted their terms of the contract that I have respected, and they have not. I have shared an information based on the scientific report of a virologist. In any case, they should close the accounts to him and not to me?, Seminary argued at the time.

?They cannot violate my rights. Facebook is a public platform because it contracts a service with me. Now you can’t publish what you want, I have filed this lawsuit for violating my rights for 30 days. My lawsuit is addressed to them, to their email address in the United States, and the Judiciary will be in charge of notifying them.”added

But having no response from the social network, the lawyer decided to file a lawsuit before the Fourth Civil Court of the Superior Court of Justice of Piura claiming that the terms of the contract that he signed when he started using this internet tool had been violated. .

?I am the first Latin American to sue Facebook for suspending my account violating my Constitutional Right to free expression?, he wrote on his Twitter account in 2021.

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?I present this amparo and then Facebook releases a statement giving me the reason, but it does not return my account, it did not mention my name. I am asking for 300 thousand dollars because my rights have been violated and this is going to be a sanction for the lord?, stressed Juan Carlos Mejía Seminar.

?The lawsuit should prosper and the gentleman should have a sanction?, ended.

COMPENSATION

In the lawsuit accepted by the Judiciary, in addition to the restitution of the canceled Facebook account, compensation of 300 thousand dollars is requested. ?alleging that his right to freedom of expression has been violated by silencing him by suspending his Facebook account for 30 days, by publishing a news item of public knowledge?

The news of this lawsuit against the owner of Facebook immediately became a trend in Peru and provoked ridicule and memes from users, who pointed out to the lawyer that the social network is governed by regulations and laws of the United States, but not of Peru.

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Juan Carlos Mejia Seminar, a lawyer from Piura, who is in the news in Peru for the acceptance for processing the amparo action filed against Mark Zuckerberg, in an interview with RPP Noticias gave details of why he sued Facebook and the request for the payment of 300 thousand dollars in civil damages.

According to the document of the amparo action, the owner of the famous social network was summoned virtually for June 17 of this year at 9:50 am and even a Google Meet link is attached, so that the American businessman connects at least 10 minutes before the appointment and is encouraged to do so through a computer or laptop so that there are no connection problems.

According to Mejía Seminario, Facebook violated his rights by deleting the account for sharing a post from the media Week in which it is revealed that the Nobel Prize in Medicine considers that COVID-19 was created in a laboratory.

?China will have to answer to the world for COVID-19. For the thousands of dead, for the mutilated families. China, according to Nobel Laureate in Medicine, virologist Luc Montaignier, created the virus to damage the world’s economies.”, said the post written by the lawyer and that attached the news, which after verification of the social network turned out to be false.

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?They have already suspended me for 30 days, when I accepted their terms of the contract that I have respected, and they have not. I have shared an information based on the scientific report of a virologist. In any case, they should close the accounts to him and not to me?, Seminary argued at the time.

?They cannot violate my rights. Facebook is a public platform because it contracts a service with me. Now you can’t publish what you want, I have filed this lawsuit for violating my rights for 30 days. My lawsuit is addressed to them, to their email address in the United States, and the Judiciary will be in charge of notifying them.”added

But having no response from the social network, the lawyer decided to file a lawsuit before the Fourth Civil Court of the Superior Court of Justice of Piura claiming that the terms of the contract that he signed when he started using this internet tool had been violated. .

?I am the first Latin American to sue Facebook for suspending my account violating my Constitutional Right to free expression?, he wrote on his Twitter account in 2021.

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?I present this amparo and then Facebook releases a statement giving me the reason, but it does not return my account, it did not mention my name. I am asking for 300 thousand dollars because my rights have been violated and this is going to be a sanction for the lord?, stressed Juan Carlos Mejía Seminar.

?The lawsuit should prosper and the gentleman should have a sanction?, ended.

COMPENSATION

In the lawsuit accepted by the Judiciary, in addition to the restitution of the canceled Facebook account, compensation of 300 thousand dollars is requested. ?alleging that his right to freedom of expression has been violated by silencing him by suspending his Facebook account for 30 days, by publishing a news item of public knowledge?

The news of this lawsuit against the owner of Facebook immediately became a trend in Peru and provoked ridicule and memes from users, who pointed out to the lawyer that the social network is governed by regulations and laws of the United States, but not of Peru.

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Peruvian lawyer who sued Mark Zuckerberg demands that he pay him $300,000 to close his account

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