Valdimar Jóhannsson’s LAMB Starring Noomi Rapace is Iceland’s Official Entry for Best International Feature Film

Valdimar Jóhannsson’s LAMB 𑁋 winner of the Cannes Un Certain Regard Prize of Originality 𑁋 has been selected as Iceland’s Official Entry for Best International Feature Film at the 2022 Academy Awards®. LAMB is Jóhannsson’s debut feature film, and he co-wrote the screenplay with celebrated Icelandic poet Sjón. The film stars Swedish actress Noomi Continue Reading

Gino Sitson at Bougie Hall//African songs, jazz and chamber music

The ethnomusicologist, vocalist and musician Gino Sitson “Echo Chamber” Thursday, October 28 at 8 p.m. Fascinating sounds at the crossroads between African songs, jazz and chamber music By way of introduction, Gino Sitson presents the lecture “The Voice: A Multi-Faceted Instrument” Wednesday, October 27 at 5:30 p.m. at the Maxwell-Cummings Continue Reading

THE ROLLING STONES RELEASE 40TH ANNIVERSARY EDITIONS OF 1981 CLASSIC ‘TATTOO YOU’

REMASTERED, EXPANDED ALBUM FEATURES NINE UNRELEASED TRACKS INCLUDING “LIVING IN THE HEART OF LOVE,” “TROUBLES A’ COMIN’” AND “COME TO THE BALL” www.rollingstones.com The newly remastered set, released today on October 22, is accompanied by no fewer than nine previously unreleased tracks from the era, including the unheard “Come To The Ball.” It Continue Reading

MUMAQ presents a new exhibition: Carole Fèvre, glass sculptor

October 23, 2021 to January 23, 2022 Curator of the exhibition: Bruno Victor Andrus, PhD The MUMAQ has announced the presentation of Carole Frève, Glass Sculptor from October 23rd, 2021, to January 23rd, 2022, its third temporary exhibition of the year following the reopening of the museum in June 2021. This exhibition Continue Reading