Intruder ran deep into White House: report – Yahoo News

Intruder ran deep into White House: report – Yahoo News.



Savannah College of Art and Design Buys Production Studio

Originally posted on Variety:

The Savannah College of Art and Design has purchased the Meddin film studio in Savannah, Ga., for university use, and the studio opened as the Savannah Film Studios for students earlier this month as the school began fall classes.

The studio, formerly run by a SCAD alum, adds 23,000 square feet of space to the university’s film and television department, and will be used by graduate film and television students. Facilities include three studios, mixing and editing suites, a screening room, lighting and audio equipment and storage room. SCAD’s dean of the film and television department Gregory Beck said the new space will allow more room and better learning opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students.

“It was a fully operating professional studio in its past life, so it literally doubles the amount of space that we’re going to have,” Beck said. “(Previously) we were trying to fit both the grad and undergrad in…

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Danny Glover, Maya Rudolph to Star in Diego Luna’s ‘Mr. Pig’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Originally posted on Variety:

Actor-director-producer Danny Glover (“Lethal Weapon,” “The Color Purple,” “Blindness,” “2012”) and Maya Rudolph (“Bridesmaids”) will star in Diego Luna’s English-language “Mr. Pig,” a road movie set in Mexico, which has just gone into production.

Written by Luna and Augusto Mendoza, his co-scribe on fiction debut “Abel,” “Mr. Pig” is set up at Canana, the Mexico City/L.A. production house Luna founded with Gael Garcia Bernal and Pablo Cruz and which has become a powerhouse producer for a new generation of Mexican helmers.

Mundial, the joint sales venture of Canana and IM Global, is handling international sales.

Boasting on paper some of the affectionate playful humor which made “Abel” Luna’s debut a hit, but a step up in scale and Luna’s second movie in English as a director, “Mr. Pig” turns on a farm-worker (Glover) who travels from the U.S. to Mexico, accompanied by a pig. They strike up a friendship of…

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Report: SoftBank May Not Buy DreamWorks Animation After All

Originally posted on Variety:

SoftBank may be slowly walking away from a potential deal to buy DreamWorks Animation.

The Japanese telecommunications and investment conglom is said to be reconsidering an outright purchase of Jeffrey Katzenberg’s toon studio and may now be more interested in brokering a content partnership instead, according to a report first published by the Wall Street Journal, citing individuals familiar with the talks.

Negotiations around a sale could still start up again, sources said.

The acquisition by SoftBank would have valued DreamWorks Animation at around $3.2 billion. One main attraction was DWA’s distribution deal with Netflix, and its ownership of AwesomenessTV, an entertainment network that’s popular with a younger audience — a prime demo for SoftBank’s Sprint, which it owns.

It’s been a decade since DreamWorks Animation became a publicly traded company, and details of a sale boosted DWA’s stock by 26% on Monday, to $28.18, a gain of $5.82. Shares…

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A Tribute: Jean Paul Gaultier

Originally posted on Khoa Sinclair:

This post is dedicated to French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier who, as many of us know, is leaving the world of RTW. In 1976 he released his first personal line and the rest is history. He became famous for the Madonna cone bra, using unconventional models on his runway, and has been an inspiration for many designers.

Inside the show champagne was served alongside popcorn where celebrities like Rick Owens and Jeremy Scott came to pay their respects. The show was titled Élection​ de Miss Jean Paul Gaultier 2015 and was split into looks inspired by Gaultier’s most famous works. The collection started with an assortment of over the top black and white looks accompanied by larger than life hats. Asymmetrical pinstriped jackets and classical overalls that played together well to create some dramatic looks. Some cool street looks came up next in a variety of orange, blues, yellows, and…

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Shop like a Parisian

Originally posted on timelessfashionfinds:

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Paris, France

When traveling, a common shopping mistake people make is buying clothes that they can buy anywhere. The best way to come home with a suitcase packed with unique garments is to avoid chain stores and even stores that have an online marketplace. What’s the point in coming home with something you could’ve gotten at home?

Instead of going with the mainstream, or even unique boutiques, take it one step further and discover one of a kind clothes at the whole in the wall vintage store. Not only will you be able to say you got it while on vacation, but it’s a relic from another time, no one will be able to go out and buy the same thing.

On a recent trip to Paris, amid all of the boutiques in a less touristy area, I noticed a window display that wasn’t as polished as the rest. Les…

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