As for the 4 films chosen, Focus has opted for a quartet of beloved films from their library: Robert Altman’s Gosford Park (airing April 6), Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom (airing April 13), Kevin Smith’s Mallrats (airing April 20) and Paweł Pawlikowski’s My Summer of Love (airing April 27). Each screening will begin at 8 PM EST. … [Read more...] about Focus Features to Livestream Films by Robert Altman, Wes Anderson and More on Facebook
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As we stay at home and limit our in-person contact to stop the spread of COVID-19, most of us probably feel cut off from our regular lives. There’s only so much comfort videoconferencing and other self-care techniques can offer. But remember: If you’re feeling loopy from cabin fever or isolation, you are not alone. Well, you’re probably physically alone, but we’re all in this together (though at least 6 feet apart). … [Read more...] about Great film shut-ins show how to shelter in place
Watching Diggs play one game apiece as a junior (45-23 win over Texas A&M) and senior (35-13 win over Tennessee), his fit with the Broncos begins to emerge. Diggs, who is listed at 6-foot-1 and 205 pounds, has the size and length to flourish in coach Vic Fangio‘s zone packages. He also displayed the strength to win in press coverage, regularly redirecting college receivers off their routes with his quick, powerful hands. … [Read more...] about Broncos draft film study: Denver needs another CB. Could Alabama’s Trevon Diggs be the answer?
Thousands of new evacuations were ordered in Santa Rosa Saturday morning after strong winds blew flames towards neighborhoods that were previously untouched by the fires. An estimated 3,000 people in Santa Rosa and at least 250 people in Sonoma evacuated their homes before dawn. … [Read more...] about Drone footage reveals utter devastation to Santa Rosa neighborhood after fires
At San Francisco General Hospital, trauma nurse Christa Duran says it’s quieter than usual in the emergency department — the calm before the proverbial storm. Patients are being rerouted to urgent care and other departments to free up space in the ER, while staff use the time to plan and prepare. They’re establishing new protocols for COVID-19 patients and pressing hospital leadership about resources like personal protective equipment and ventilators. They’re researching disinfection practices and coronavirus symptoms, watching the pandemic play out elsewhere and learning from colleagues across the country and around the world. … [Read more...] about The waiting: Bay Area braces for coronavirus surge