In this episode, which is a part of my series, Italian Classic Movies That You Need To Know, we review Nights Of Cabiria (1957), which was directed by Federico Fellini and starred Giulietta Masina. My guest was James, host of “20th And 21st Movies”
In this episode, which is a part of my series, Italian Classic Movies That You Need To Know, we review The Canterbury Tales (1972), which was directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini. He also wrote the screenplay, which was adapted from THE CANTERBURY TALES book of short stories by Geoffrey Chaucer.
In this episode, which is a part of my series, Movie Reviews, we review A New Leaf, which was directed by Elaine May. May also wrote the screenplay based on the short story, “The Green Heart” by Jack Ritchie! My guest is Adam Schartoff who has a fantastic podcast called Filmwax Radio.
In this episode, which is a part of my series, Italian Classic Movies That You Need To Know, we review Red Desert (Il Deserto Rosso), which was released in 1964. It was directed by Michelangelo Antonioni and starred Monica Vitti and Richard Harris. This film is often described as the emotional breakdown of a woman because of the environment she lives in. However, we see it more as an exploration of mental health struggles, based on Monica Vitti’s character’s car accident and other factors. My guest is Actress/Writer Kathy Rupcic.
In a unique challenge, expedition specialist Max Adventure has taken a fully electric Kia EV6 from Britain’s lowest road to Britain’s highest road on a single charge. Easily handling the climb from Britain’s lowest road to its highest, the Kia EV6 ‘GT Line S’ AWD completed the 209-mile drive, with an ascent of 2791 ft., and finished with a range of 107 miles remaining. If that wasn’t enough, the Max Adventure team then decided to continue to Britain’s highest public house, the Tan Hill Inn. It proved a fitting end to the challenge as the car had left Britain’s lowest pub at the start of the day with a full charge.
Jaguar Land Rover has taken another step towards a new era of electrification and connectivity by opening a facility to test the next generation of vehicles for electrical and radio interference. The Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) laboratory at Gaydon in the UK, will ensure future vehicles meet current and future legislation and quality standards for connectivity and electronics. New Range Rover Sport, which launched in May, was the first vehicle to undergo a bespoke testing program at the in-house facility.
Bentley Americas and The SagerStrong Foundation, founded by the late Craig Sager and his wife Stacy, recently debuted a collaborative passion project dedicated to bringing Craig’s iconic, overwhelmingly positive, and exuberant energy to life. All in an effort to benefit blood cancer research, the vibrant design by the Bentley Mulliner team, who drew direct inspiration from Craig’s famous on-screen wardrobe, creates a one-off vehicle worthy of collectability and auction bidding early next year.