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Sundance Watch: Celebrities sound off on the fest
PARK CITY, Utah (AP) -- From Kevin Bacon to Lily Tomlin, stars say they can't get enough of the Sundance Film Festival....
Sechs Stunden Fahrzeit am Nürburgring
Der provisorische Zeitplan steht fest: Die Tourenwagen-WM wird bei ihrem Auftritt auf der Nürburgring-Nordschleife insgesamt sechs Stunden fahren.
Django Unchained' actress pleads not guilty to lewd conduct
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- An attorney for "Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts and her boyfriend has entered not guilty pleas on their behalf to misdemeanor lewd conduct charges....
Moroder: Being live DJ makes me feel like Michael Jackson
NEW YORK (AP) -- For a legendary artist whose accolades include Academy Awards and Grammys, maestro Giorgio Moroder says he finally feels like a true performer - now that he's a live DJ....
Sundance 2015 review: The Forbidden Room – Guy Maddin imagines a volcano's dream and the memories of a moustache

Good luck tracing a through line between the characters in Maddin’s latest – but despite its acid logic, this is quite a trip

I’ve never taken LSD and wandered around a film archive, but I imagine the experience might be similar to The Forbidden Room. Co-directed by Guy Maddin and his young discovery Evan Johnson, The Forbidden Room feels like the entirety of Maddin’s oeuvre collapsing in on itself for a gorgeous, droll and (at times overly) desultory 128 minutes.

A brief synopsis of the film, which will get more play at museums than multiplexes, is near impossible. But here goes: mixing genres, film stocks and well-worn cinematic tropes, a damsel must be rescued. A Canadian wolf-hunter will challenge the cave-dwellers who hold her, but in between, the film takes lengthy narrative digressions that include the dreams of a sentient erupting volcano, the reminiscences of a dying man’s moustache and absurd instructions from a 1960s-era square on how to take a bath.

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Watch: First official trailer for Fantastic Four
Just in case you haven't seen enough superhero reboot/origin stories yet, here's a clip of forthcoming summer blockbuster Fantastic Four.
Three French Culinary Masters Put Their Award-Winning Talents Behind a...

While the biggest hitters in the world of culinary arts gather in Chicago, “The French Chefs” lifestyle brand of cookware and dinnerware will be revealed ahead of its nationwide release.

(PRWeb January 27, 2015)

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The computer-generated cookbook: just the thing for a hungry digital age
IBM’s game show-winning computer Watson turns its hand to helping chefs generate startling taste sensations ‘man alone might never imagine’

Touting such eyebrow-raising combinations as an Indian turmeric paella, a Turkish-Korean anchovy Caesar salad and a Creole shrimp-lamb dumpling, a new contender for hottest cookery writer of 2015 is preparing to elbow aside the likes of Jamie Oliver, Mary Berry and Nigella Lawson: IBM’s supercomputer Watson.

Four years after beating two human champions to win the US game show Jeopardy!, IBM’s cognitive computing system is set to release its first cookbook - with the help of a few human specialists. Out in April from independent American publisher Sourcebooks, Cognitive Cooking with Chef Watson uses the supercomputer to generate exotic ingredient combinations from the “trillions” of potential groupings out there, with chefs from the Institute of Culinary Education then designing recipes based on Watson’s suggestions. The book will feature, promises its publisher, “unusual ingredient combinations that man alone might never imagine”.

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A murder at the edge of the world takes 'Fortitude' to crack
NEW YORK — A sick child. Buried treasure. A bit of wiggle room in honoring wedding vows. An all-important tourist project suddenly imperiled.
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