The Little House in the Campo / Standard Studio

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first_img Area:  45 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: Standard Studio Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/793871/the-little-house-in-the-campo-standard-studio Clipboard Save this picture!© Youri Claessens+ 17 Share Spain Photographs The Little House in the Campo / Standard Studio Year:  “COPY” Houses ArchDailycenter_img Projects “COPY” The Little House in the Campo / Standard StudioSave this projectSaveThe Little House in the Campo / Standard Studio Photographs:  Youri Claessens Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers: COCO-MAT, Eginstill, Etoffe Unique, Modern Vintage, Vroom & VarossieauProject Team:Jurjen van HulzenInteriors:Ibiza InteriorsProject Management:Ibiza InteriorsCity:IbizaCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Youri ClaessensText description provided by the architects. On a mountain in the rugged north of Ibiza, lies this beautiful casita. What formerly served as stables and storage, is now transformed into a contemporary dream house. The owners of Ibiza Interiors developed this 200 year old finca into their showroom and guesthouse.Save this picture!© Youri ClaessensTo keep the character of the original building, basic materials are used. The beautiful authentic ‘sabina beams’ have been preserved, just like the original ancient stone walls in the kitchen and bathroom. The architects only used materials that were used traditionally on the island, like the iroko window frames, concrete and white chalk plastered stone walls.Save this picture!© Youri ClaessensThe building had been unused for years, and was in very poor condition. Therefore only the walls, and parts of the roof could remain. Electricity, water and sewage were not present, the architects had to add all these things to make it work as a contemporary home. Water comes from a private well and there are solar panels installed for hot water, floor heating and electricity. The cottage is consequently completely independent of the grid operation and is thus self-sustainable.Save this picture!Floor PlanFor the interior the designers used a number of brands and partners, where they often worked with in their hometown Amsterdam. So there are Coco-mat beds, made from natural materials and there’s art from the gallery Vroom & Varossieau. The upholstery is Etoffe Unique and all the other furniture, lighting and carpets are from their partner shop Modern Vintage. The beautiful steel designer kitchen with marble top is from Eginstill. The owners Jurjen and his wife Selina represent these brands and the architectural firm Standard on the island through their new company Ibiza Interiors.Save this picture!© Youri ClaessensThe result is a fantastic contemporary residence where contrast plays a big role; old and new, sleek and rustic, light and dark. At the same time there’s a certain balance as well, and everywhere you look something is happening. With an incredible view from the mountain, a yoga platform above the house and many fruit trees and a vegetable garden, this is truly a piece of paradise. Here you really get into another world and you can relax and unwind. The nice thing is that everything is for sale, so except the house itself, you can take everything home!Save this picture!© Youri ClaessensProject gallerySee allShow lessStudents at EASA 2016 Transform Nida in Lithuania With Series of InstallationsArchitecture NewsReiulf Ramstad + Dualchas Unveil Plans for St Kilda Center in a Remote Area in ScotlandArchitecture News Share CopyAbout this officeStandard StudioOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesIbizaSpainPublished on August 28, 2016Cite: “The Little House in the Campo / Standard Studio” 28 Aug 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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first_imgAn aerial view of King Shaka International Airport, taken in May 2009. (Image: Acsa) South Africa’s newest airport, King Shaka International situated north of Durban at La Mercy, will be ready in time for the 2010 Fifa World Cup, according to a recent announcement from the Airports Company of South Africa (Acsa).Acsa communications manager Colin Naidoo said that construction is progressing well, and he is confident the airport will open in time for the expected influx of football-mad fans in June 2010.Currently 72% complete, the airport’s opening passenger capacity will be 8-million per year, compared to the 4.7-million presently handled by Durban International Airport. In terms of size, it is three times bigger than Durban International.The R7.4-billion King Shaka International is the first brand new project undertaken by Acsa and the first greenfield airport in South Africa.Completion of construction is expected by the end of 2009, after which Acsa will spend around four months testing the airport before its 2010 opening.The project has provided jobs for around 12 000 people and once finished, 8 000 people will take up permanent employment at the airport. This is 3 000 more than the current staff complement of Durban International.Future capacity is not a problem either. Durban International is expected to reach its limit by 2015, whereas King Shaka has been designed to expand in stages, up to a projected maximum of 45-million passengers by 2060.Acsa, with the help of local and international experts, has reportedly already developed a special transfer programme for the relocation of Durban International operations to King Shaka.Economic growthThe airport is part of the massive Dube Tradeport development under construction on 2 060ha about 35km north of Durban, close to the N2 freeway. This is a cutting-edge complex which includes King Shaka International, a trade zone and an IT platform.The tradeport will inject new economic growth into the region and offer up to 270 000 new jobs directly and indirectly.Advanced facilitiesKing Shaka’s runway is 3.7km in length, long enough to accommodate the world’s biggest passenger craft, the Airbus A380 and its closest rival, the Boeing B747. Expansion to 4km if necessary is possible. The 400 000m2 of runways alone are the equivalent of 100 football fields.Plans for a second expansion phase, to be undertaken around 2035, include a parallel runway running along the opposite side of the terminal buildings. The third phase will see the airport reach its maximum capacity in 2060.With parking for 6 500 cars, 4 300 more than Durban International, the new addition to the group of South African airports will signal a long-overdue revival of the region.Regional growthDurban is Africa’s busiest port and KwaZulu-Natal is the second fastest growing province in industrial and commercial terms, contributing about 17% to GDP. The province has not kept pace with the country’s commercial hub Gauteng, and this lack of progress is partly due to the inferior airport facilities.Almost 50 000 tons of manufactured goods have to be trucked up to Johannesburg every year to be exported by air. As a result, many companies have relocated to Gauteng to cut down on transport costs. It is hoped that they will return once the airport and trade zone are complete.Besides the arrivals and departure terminals, with 16 passenger boarding bridges, and cutting-edge cargo terminal, the Dube Tradeport will also feature hotels, a conference centre, entertainment area and retail space.An agricultural zone will allow for the cultivation of produce for export, and its proximity to the airport will ensure that time-sensitive crops are shipped out while still as fresh as possible. Potential tenants include local farmers, cooperatives and international horticultural companies.Super-jumbo craftIn a related story, Air France announced in August 2009 that it plans to bring its Airbus A380 to South Africa. The Roissy-en-France-based airline currently has one A380 in its stable, with another 12 on order. The lone A380 is due to start on the Paris–New York route later in the year.Air France’s plans will make it the first airline to allocate one of its giant craft to a South African route. Although no actual date has been announced, it is understood that the craft will come into service at the beginning of 2010.According to Air France’s Ralf Karsenbarg, the main reason for this decision is the optimism that Air France feels about future developments in South Africa. The upcoming 2010 Fifa World Cup was an important factor, said Karsenbarg, and also the fact that South Africa is actively promoted as a desirable destination both at home and abroad.The first transatlantic Air France A380 flight takes place on 20 November. To celebrate the occasion the airline is to conduct an online auction of 380 seats on each of its two inaugural flights – outbound and inbound. All proceeds will go to three Air France Foundation projects for children in distress. The auction will take place in October 2009.The beneficiaries are the Marseille-based Association Arts et Développement which presents street art workshops to city children; the Association Plan France in New Delhi, which improves living conditions for child workers; and the Gauteng-based François-Xavier Bagnoud Association, an afterschool programme for Aids orphans.last_img read more


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first_imgThese 8 tools are a great way to give your footage digital distortion in After Effects.Adding distortion to your footage is a quick way to make your videos look awesome. In days past, motion designers had to create digital distortion in After Effects by hand, but now there are many helpful tools that we can use to create distortion and each has its own unique advantages. In the following post we’ll breakdown eight ways to create digital distortion in After Effects.1. Digital Distortion Free After Effects TemplateCreated By: RocketStockPrice: FreeYou can create free digital distortion in After Effects using this template from RocketStock. Essentially the template uses a series of compositions to add distortion using only native effects, so you don’t need to install anything. Simply open the free template and drop your footage into the ‘Drop Footage Here’ Composition and your distorted footage will be outputted into a final composition. The free After Effects template can be customized using a series of sliders that adjust various effects like turbulence, color bars, and noise.Here’s a quick demo of the various features in the free AE Template:DOWNLOAD FREE AFTER EFFECTS TEMPLATE2. Dojo Glitch ScriptCreated By: CreativeDojoPrice: Pay what you likeThe CreativeDojo is not only a great place to learn the basics of After Effects, but you can also find a big selection of useful tools that VinhSon has created himself. With this awesome Glitch Script for After Effects, users can easily create customizable glitch effects by simply pressing a button. Simply select your composition and click ‘Generate Glitch’ and AE will create a composition with a control layer which can be adjusted in a similar way to the free RocketStock template. This template is great for creating RGB chromatic aberrations.DOWNLOAD FREE AFTER EFFECTS SCRIPT(Quick Note: While VinhSon is happy to give his glitch script away for free, why not donate a few bucks to help him out?)3. Fractal Noise TechniqueCreated By: Aharon Rabinowitz of Red GiantPrice: FreeThis technique pioneered by Aharon Rabinowitz of Red Giant shows us how to create a distorted glitch box effect using native tools in After Effects. The technique is essentially a combination of the fractal noise effect mixed with a displacement map. It’s a pretty ingenious way to create distortion quickly. The tutorial also features a Red Giant tool called Holomatrix, but we’ll discus more about that below. If you know of any ways to take this distortion technique to the next level please share in the comments below. The following tutorial shows us how this distortion technique is accomplished. 5. TwitchCreated By: Video CopilotPrice: $49When it comes to glitch plugins in After Effects, Twitch is where it all began. Created by Andrew Kramer of Video Copilot, Twitch allows users to create glitch effects with a simple plugin. The glitch effects that you get with Twitch would be categorized as more organic than the others found on this list, but the end result is impressive nonetheless. 4. Stock Footage + Displacement MapTechnique By: GeorgiiouPrice: VariesSometimes it can be easier create a distortion effect in After Effects be simply integrating digital distortion video with your composition. While this technique isn’t super customizable, it is incredibly easy to do. In a similar approach to the previous technique, you could integrate stock footage of a digital distortion with your composition. There are a lot of places to find such footage, like this example video from ShutterStock. Having a wide variety of footage is important if you decide to go that route.This tutorial by Georgiiou shows us how to use this technique to quickly create distorted footage. 6. Holomatrix via Red Giant UniverseCreated By: Red GiantPrice: $99 a YearHolomatrix is a plugin developed by Red Giant used to simulate a hologram-like effect in After Effects. The style created by Holomatrix is more like a futuristic style distortion, but it should do in most circumstances. The cool thing about Holomatrix is it can be simply dragged and dropped onto your layers! No extra steps! Unfortunately, or maybe fortunately, this effect can’t be purchased without a subscription to the Red Giant Universe which includes dozens of other great tools and plugins as well. 8. TV Distortion BundleCreated By: RowbytePrice: $149.99The TV Distortion Bundle is another good option if you are looking to create a distorted TV effect in After Effects. The bundle includes Data Glitch, Bad TV, Separate RGB, Dot Pixels, and TV Pixels — all plugin’s that can be easily applied to your footage. The cool thing about the TV Distortion Bundle is the fact that these distortions can work in both After Effects and Premiere. Don’t let the high price-point scare you — these effects are great! Want to learn more about creating distortion effects in After Effects? Check out a few of the following resource:Digital TV ‘Cliff Effect’ Distortion – via Creative CowCool After Effects Tutorial: Distorted Type & Data Glitch – via PremiumBeatFree After Effects Template: Digital Distortion – via RocketStockKnow of any other great distortion tools in After Effects? Share in the comments below. 7. Glitch via Red Giant UniverseCreated By: Red GiantPrice: $99 a YearFor a more TV style glitch, you can use the Glitch plugin developed like Red Giant. Glitch has very similar effect controllers to that of the RocketStock template. However, Red Giant’s Glitch is a plugin that can be used with any layer without opening or importing a separate project. Glitch focuses on colored bar distortion rather than sharp distortions. So if you are looking to get a good ‘signal’ distortion this plugin might be for you. Red Giant offers a free trial of their Universe subscription so you can try these tools before you buy.last_img read more


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first_imgAs the winter sets in, the Jammu and Kashmir administration is looking for another accommodation to lodge 34 political detenues, currently in the Centaur Hotel in Srinagar, as it lacks proper heating arrangements, officials said.Also read: Fear, cold and lack of work prod migrant workers to leave KashmirThe winter chill has already started taking a toll on the health of the detenues that include National Conference, People’s Democratic Party and People’s Conference leaders and prominent social activists, as well as the security personnel guarding them.They have been lodged at the hotel on the bank of the Dal Lake since August 5 when the Central government announced its decision to dilute Article 370 of the Constitution and split the State into two Union Territories.Also Read Kashmir Valley: Three months after the decision on Article 370Volume 90%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard ShortcutsPlay/PauseSPACEIncrease Volume↑Decrease Volume↓Seek Forward→Seek Backward←Captions On/OffcFullscreen/Exit FullscreenfMute/UnmutemSeek %0-9Live00:0002:1102:11  According to the officials privy to the development, Centaur Hotel, owned by the Indian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC), has submitted a bill of ₹2.65 crore to the Home Department for 90 days of boarding and lodging of the detenues.The administration has, however, rejected the claims of Centaur Hotel, and argued that the facility was converted into a subsidiary jail on August 5 and therefore, only the government rates would be paid.The rates sanctioned by the administration would be around ₹800 per day as against ₹5,000 charged by the hotel, the officials said.During the winter, temperature in Srinagar dips below the freezing point.The seat of administration in the newly created Union territory has moved from Srinagar to Jammu for the winter months.The officials said steps would be taken soon to shift the detenues.The MLA hostel on Residency Road in the heart of the city could have been an alternative accommodation, but it is now occupied by former MLAs hailing from Jammu and newly elected councillors.Unwilling to dislodge the former MLAs and councillors, the administration has started looking for a state-run or private hotel for shifting the detenues, they said.They said talks are on with a private hotel in the high-security cantonment area, where some detenues, including Sajjad Lone of People’s Conference (PC), Ali Mohammad Sagar of National Conference (NC), Naem Akhtar of the PDP and former IAS officer Shah Faesal, could be accommodated. Watch | Kashmir Valley: Train services remain suspended months after dilution of Art.370 New Indian map shows UTs of J&K, Ladakhlast_img read more


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first_imgFrontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC But Global hit back five minutes later with Roberts latching onto a through ball from Paolo Salenga before firing home at Khairulhin Khalid’s near post.Global spurned the last chance of the match when Dennis Villanueva fired off target after a fine ball from Paul Mulders in stoppage time. Team Philippines takes home tale of triumph from Turkmenistan Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary MOST READ BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong Citycenter_img But Global conceded five minutes from time as Fabian Kwok beat Patrick Deyto with a well-struck shot from just outside the box, leaving it all to play for heading into the second leg on Saturday at Hougang Stadium.“I’m not happy with the result,” said Global coach Akbar Nawas, who missed injured stars Misagh Bahadoran and Amani Aguinaldo.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“We had the chances to bring a better lead into the second leg, but we didn’t. We only had 13 players available, but I didn’t want to make excuses.”The S-League side took the lead in the 28th minute when Delwinder Singh headed home a corner at the far post. Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Daryl Roberts scored twice as Philippines Football League side Global Cebu earned a 2-2 draw against Hougang United in the first leg of the RHB Singapore Cup semifinals on Wednesday night at Jalan Besar Stadium in Singapore.Looking to become the first Filipino club to reach the finals of the tournament, Global took a 2-1 lead in the 68th minute when Roberts, a former Trinidad and Tobago international, grabbed his second from close range.ADVERTISEMENT Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president LATEST STORIES Read Next View commentslast_img read more


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first_imgThe 2015 NCAA Tournament Bracket.It was only a matter of time. After Ohio State lost to Arizona Saturday afternoon, there are officially no perfect brackets left in the world. ESPN’s lone user with a perfect bracket after the second round wound up nailing his first 38 games before dropping a contest. He gave an interview with the Worldwide Leader Saturday afternoon, and revealed that he had no rhyme or reason to the picks he made.11.57 million brackets were entered in ESPN’s Tournament Challenge. After Arizona’s win over Ohio State, ZERO perfect brackets remain.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) March 21, 2015As we’ve noted before, there is no known person to have ever put together a perfect bracket in March Madness history. The odds, which are something in the neighborhood of 1 in 9 quintillion, suggest that it will never happen in our lifetime either.There’s always next year, right?last_img read more


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first_img Login/Register With: TORONTO — The 2019 Toronto International Film Festival unveiled today the lineup for its 2019 Contemporary World Cinema (CWC) programme. The rich slate of titles from 48 countries features a wide range of thought-provoking stories that delve into cultural issues and social struggles in poetic and captivating ways. Introducing 21 works directed and co-directed by women, this year’s edition of CWC focuses on fractured families, self-exploration, female-driven narratives, and the consequences of social and political crises.“Contemporary World Cinema is a place where different cultures meet,” said Kiva Reardon, International Programmer and new Lead Programmer for the section. “The vision for the programme is to help expand the cinematic canon and push the definition of what has previously been deemed as fundamental. This is a selection of essential, urgent cinema. It has been a pleasure to work with my fellow programmers in this new role to offer bold stories and invigorating films that ask our audiences to reflect on their position in the world.”“Contemporary World Cinema is the heartbeat of the Festival,” said Cameron Bailey, TIFF Artistic Director and Co-Head. “This is where audiences feel the pulse of what’s happening now all around the world in screen storytelling. It takes a strong curatorial vision to shape that vast variety of films. I’m glad we have Kiva Reardon on the job as CWC Lead Programmer.” Facebook Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment With contributions from Cameron Bailey, Brad Deane, Giovanna Fulvi, Steve Gravestock, Dorota Lech, Michael Lerman, Michèle Maheux, Diana Sanchez, and Ravi Srinivasan, Reardon has decided to emphasize the importance of showing the current state of the world through the lens of international, deeply talented filmmakers who help guide us through the reality of our social and political environments.The African continent is represented in the lineup by eight films beaming with creativity. Opening the programme is Atiq Rahimi’s third feature, Our Lady of the Nile, which follows a group of Rwandan girls in a Catholic boarding school. The bewitching work, which boasts hypnotic cinematography, foreshadows the country’s 1994 genocide. The programme also serves as a platform for acclaimed regional projects such as Jenna Bass’ South African road movie Flatland, Jahmil X.T. Qubeka’s Knuckle City, Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche’s Terminal Sud, and Amjad Abu Alala’s mystical You Will Die at Twenty.Winner of the Grand Prix in Cannes, Mati Diop’s exploration of migration, Atlantics, leads a bold wave of films exploring pressing global issues: Guatemalan director Jayro Bustamante presents an examination of his country’s political wounds with La Llorona, in which civil war victims haunt their torturer’s life; Laos’ first and only female director to ever present a film at TIFF, Mattie Do, couples family loss and time-travelling in The Long Walk; and Lijo Jose Pellissery’s Jallikattu offers a daring allegory on toxic masculinity in a remote Indian village. Other award-winning films included in the slate are Synonyms, the Golden Bear–winning film from Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid, and the recipients of the 2019 Cannes Jury Prize: French director Ladj Ly’s Les Misérables and the Brazilan film Bacurau, co-directed by Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles.This year’s CWC slate is also rich in contributions from internationally renowned actors — both in front of and behind the camera — with Mexican actor Gael García Bernal’s second film as director, Chicuarotes; Austrian performer Karl Markovics’s third feature, Nobadi; Dutch actor-turned-director Halina Reijn’s Instinct; and an extraordinary performance from Iranian icon Golshifteh Farahani in Manele Labidi’s Arab Blues. Produced by US powerhouse Jada Pinkett Smith, Minhal Baig’s Hala is a coming-of-age story about an American Muslim teenager trying to balance her relationship with her strict parents and her own desires. The film is inspired by Baig’s own life and brings to the screen a fresh look at the teen experience.Other highlights in the programme study the complexity of family dynamics, such as Taiwanese Chung Mong-Hong’s lyrical A Sun, which focuses on a fractured father–son relationship. Balloon, directed by Tibetan filmmaker Pema Tseden, tells the conflicting struggles of a family dealing with China’s one-child policy. And Yaron Zilberman returns to TIFF with the World Premiere of Incitement, the first-ever fiction film to depict the cataclysmic assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.Spotlighting the struggles and triumphs of women in societies around the world are: Maryam Touzani’s domestic epic Adam; Hikari’s 37 Seconds, which follows a young manga artist who uses her craft as a tool of self-discovery; and Sharipa Urazbayeva’s Mariam, the story of a strong Kazakhstani mother and her drive to help her family survive. Films centring on working-class women include internationally acclaimed Bengali director Rubaiyat Hossain’s Made in Bangladesh, which follows a factory worker fighting for dignity in the world of fast fashion; The County, from Cannes prize–winning Icelandic director Grímur Hákonarson; and Edward Burns’ intriguing family portrait Beneath the Blue Suburban Skies.The 44th Toronto International Film Festival runs September 5–15, 2019.Films screening as part of the Contemporary World Cinema programme include:37 Seconds Hikari | Japan/USACanadian PremiereAdam Maryam Touzani | Morocco/France/BelgiumNorth American PremiereArab Blues (Un Divan à Tunis) Manele Labidi | FranceNorth American PremiereAtlantics Mati Diop | France/Senegal/BelgiumNorth American PremiereAtlantis Valentyn Vasyanovych | UkraineNorth American PremiereBacurau Kleber Mendonça Filho, Juliano Dornelles | BrazilNorth American PremiereBalloon (Qi Qiu) Pema Tseden | ChinaNorth American PremiereThe Barefoot Emperor Jessica Woodworth, Peter Brosens | Belgium/Netherlands/Croatia/BulgariaWorld PremiereBeanpole (Dylda) Kantemir Balagov | RussiaNorth American PremiereBeneath the Blue Suburban Skies Edward Burns | USAWorld PremiereBlow the Man Down Danielle Krudy, Bridget Savage Cole | USAInternational PremiereBombay Rose Gitanjali Rao | India/United Kingdom/QatarNorth American PremiereChicuarotes Gael García Bernal | MexicoNorth American PremiereThe Climb Michael Angelo Covino | USACanadian PremiereCorpus Christi (Boze Cialo) Jan Komasa | Poland/FranceNorth American PremiereThe County (Héraðið) Grímur Hákonarson | Iceland/Denmark/Germany/FranceInternational PremiereDogs Don’t Wear Pants (Koirat eivät käytä housuja) J-P Valkeapää | Finland/LatviaNorth American PremiereThe Father (Bashtata) Petar Valchanov, Kristina Grozeva | Bulgaria/Greece/ItalyNorth American PremiereFlatland Jenna Bass | South Africa/Luxembourg/GermanyNorth American PremiereA Girl Missing (Yokogao) Koji Fukada | Japan/FranceNorth American PremiereHala Minhal Baig | USACanadian PremiereHenry Glassie: Field Work Pat Collins | IrelandWorld PremiereIncitement Yaron Zilberman | IsraelWorld PremiereInstinct Halina Reijn | NetherlandsNorth American PremiereThe Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão (A Vida Invisível de Eurídice Gusmão) Karim Aïnouz | Brazil/GermanyNorth American PremiereJallikattu Lijo Jose Pellissery | IndiaWorld PremiereKnuckle City Jahmil X.T. Qubeka | South AfricaInternational PremiereLa Llorona Jayro Bustamante | Guatemala/FranceNorth American PremiereLes Misérables Ladj Ly | FranceNorth American PremiereThe Long Walk (Bor Mi Vanh Chark) Mattie Do | Laos/Spain/SingaporeNorth American PremiereMade in Bangladesh Rubaiyat Hossain | France/Bangladesh/Denmark/PortugalWorld PremiereMariam Sharipa Urazbayeva | KazakhstanNorth American PremiereMaria’s Paradise (Marian paratiisi) Zaida Bergroth | Finland/EstoniaWorld PremiereNobadi Karl Markovics | AustriaWorld Premiere*Contemporary World Cinema Opening Film*Our Lady of the Nile (Notre-Dame du Nil) Atiq Rahimi | France/Belgium/RwandaWorld PremiereThe Perfect Candidate Haifaa Al-Mansour | Saudi Arabia/GermanyNorth American PremiereRed Fields (Mami) Keren Yedaya | Israel/Luxembourg/GermanyInternational PremiereResin (Harpiks) Daniel Joseph Borgman | DenmarkWorld PremiereSo Long, My Son (Di Jiu Tian Chang) Wang Xiaoshuai | ChinaNorth American PremiereSpider (Araña) Andrés Wood | ChileInternational PremiereA Sun (Yang Guang Pu Zhao) Chung Mong-Hong | TaiwanWorld PremiereSynonyms (Synonymes) Nadav Lapid | France/Israel/GermanyNorth American PremiereTerminal Sud (South Terminal) Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche | FranceNorth American PremiereThree Summers (Três Verões) Sandra Kogut | Brazil/FranceWorld PremiereVerdict Raymund Ribay Gutierrez | Philippines/FranceCanadian PremiereA White, White Day (Hvítur, Hvítur Dagur) Hlynur Pálmason | Iceland/Denmark/SwedenNorth American PremiereThe Wild Goose Lake (Nan Fang Che Zhan De Ju Hui) Diao Yinan | China/FranceNorth American PremiereYou Will Die at Twenty Amjad Abu Alala | Sudan/France/Egypt/Germany/Norway/QatarNorth American PremierePreviously announced Canadian features screening at the Festival as part of the Contemporary World Cinema programme include: And the Birds Rained Down, Antigone, The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open, Castle in the Ground, The Last Porno Show, Tammy’s Always Dying, and White Lie.For film synopses, cast lists, images, and more information, see tiff.net/cwcFestival ticket packages start at $110. See all the Contemporary World Cinema films using your 10-ticket regular flex pack. Purchase packages online at tiff.net/tickets, by phone (416.599.2033 or 1.888.599.8433), or in person at TIFF Bell Lightbox until August 11 while quantities last.TIFF prefers Visa.Social Media:@TIFF_NET#TIFF19Facebook.com/TIFFAbout TIFFTIFF is a charitable cultural organization whose mission is to transform the way people see the world through film. An international leader in film culture, TIFF projects include the annual Toronto International Film Festival in September; TIFF Bell Lightbox, which features five cinemas, major exhibitions, and learning and entertainment facilities; and innovative national distribution program Film Circuit. The organization generates an annual economic impact of $189 million CAD. 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200752+0.33+0.61+0.50+0.16+1.60 The underlying numbers support Mickelson’s 2018 renaissance. Using the strokes gained statistic — which evaluates every golfer by comparing his performance on each incremental shot in a round to the average — Mickelson is having the best season of his career on record, albeit in the early going. He is averaging +2.33 strokes gained per round, which is higher than his best full-season mark since at least 2004, the first year for which this data is available. 201659-0.15+0.73+0.22+0.57+1.36 201158+0.14+0.90+0.33-0.19+1.18 200859+0.40+0.84+0.36+0.21+1.82 201769-0.06+0.55+0.22+0.34+1.05 201357+0.02+0.49+0.26+0.66+1.44 Average Strokes Gained SeasonMeasured RoundsOff the TeeApproachAround the GreenPuttingTOTAL The entirety of the golf-watching internet has spent a couple of recent Sundays engrossed in a 40-something golfer whose career peaked a decade ago. But while Tiger Woods has consumed all of the oxygen in the room, the game’s other 40-something blast from the past, Phil Mickelson, is quietly playing some of the best golf of his professional career.That Mickelson, at the well-seasoned age of 47, is entirely overlooked thanks to his enigmatic rival is almost too fitting; it’s been happening for two decades.“He’s always one-upped me in my career, and I wouldn’t be surprised if he came out this week and won,” Mickelson said of Woods earlier this month. “Just to one-up me again.”Lefty stands at No. 18 in the World Golf Rankings, where the average age of the players ahead of him is 30.7. He is No. 3 in the FedExCup standings, where the average age of the players ahead of him is 28. He has logged five top-10 finishes in eight starts this season; only 31-year-old Brian Harman, who has played in 10 events, has more.At the WGC-Mexico Championship in early March, Mickelson beat Justin Thomas — the No. 2 golfer in the world, who is young enough to be Mickelson’s son — in a playoff. It was Mickelson’s 43rd professional win and his first since taking the British Open at Muirfield in 2013.It was also a continuation of peak performance this season from the avid gamesman. Entering this week’s WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, Mickelson has finished no worse than tied for sixth at four consecutive tournaments. With an average finish of 3.5 over his past four appearances, Mickelson is currently riding the best four-event stretch of his entire career.1Excluding unofficial events, match play and team events. He’s placed in the top 15 in six of the eight tournaments this year, putting his average tournament finish this season on par with the best seasons of his career. 200948+0.31+0.27+0.38-0.15+0.82 200647+0.57+0.98+0.14+0.27+1.96 200550+0.34+0.57+0.36+0.26+1.53 201057+0.19+0.74+0.23-0.15+1.00 What’s gotten into Phil?How Phil Mickelson has fared in terms of strokes gained, 2004 season through March 20, 2018 201450+0.20+0.17+0.27+0.23+0.87 201260-0.10+0.57+0.40+0.56+1.42 201822-0.10+1.14+0.21+1.08+2.33 201555+0.07+0.02+0.23+0.26+0.58 2018 season is ongoing. Total average strokes gained may not add up exactly because of rounding.Source: PGA Tour 200454+0.60+0.60+0.22-0.09+1.32 As many a grandfather has implored over the years, golf is a sport people can play virtually their entire lives. But performance obviously diminishes over time — especially at the highest level the sport has to offer. There’s a senior tour for a reason, after all.So how, then, is Mickelson turning back the clock this season as the old-timer in a sea of youths?“There’s a number of areas in my game that, if I look back 10, 15 years ago, I feel like I’m significantly better,” Mickelson said earlier this month on the Dan Patrick Show. “Certainly, I’ve gotten a ton better at putting.”This is very true. Only Jason Day (1.39) is averaging more strokes gained with the putter than Mickelson (1.08), who leads the tour in the percentage of holes with only one putt (48.8 percent), the average number of putts per round (27), the percentage of holes with a birdie or better (41.3 percent)2On holes in which the player hit the green in regulation. and overall putting average (1.5 putts per hole).While his work off the tee has been nothing special (-0.10 strokes gained), Mickelson has had little difficulty getting his ball in position to attack the flagstick, ranking third in strokes gained on shots approaching the green (1.14).And yet, Mickelson’s odds to win the Masters sit at 20-to-1, below those of Woods, Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and Jon Rahm, who have combined to produce eight top-10 finishes and two wins this season. Mickelson has nearly matched those marks by himself. Given his record of work and meteoric ascension this season, golf’s most notorious active gambler would perhaps do well to bet on himself.Mickelson has publicly said one of his goals is to qualify for a 12th Ryder Cup and to help the U.S. team win on foreign soil. His recent win gives him a great chance of accomplishing it. Another goal is to eclipse 50 career wins on tour.“I don’t know (when I’ll get to 50),” Mickelson told reporters after his latest win. “Seven more wins and I’ll be there. I don’t have the month or the time, but I will get there.” read more


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first_imgThe class of 92 are regarded as the greatest academy products in the history of Manchester United and rightfully so.A class which produced players like Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Gary and Phil Neville, and David Beckham helped steer the course of Manchester United’s future.However, for every Scholes, there’s always a Ben Thornley. Regarded as one of the most talented players in the academy back in the early 90s, Thornley suffered a serious injury that ended his dream before it even started.“Ben would have outdone all of us,” said Beckham, according to ESPN.“England wouldn’t have had a left-wing problem for so many years,” said Nicky Butt. “He was one of — if not the — most talented members of that team,” said Neville.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“The feelings, if I ever did have those, had long since evaporated,” Thornley tells ESPN. “That was in 1999; the injury happened to me in ’94. I quickly knew I was never going to be a first-team regular at United, even though I stayed there for another three-and-a-half year.”“I just got caught up in the game itself and the celebrations afterward. It was a brilliant night, and it never crossed my mind once that this could’ve been me. I was just so thrilled for the boys I’d grown up with to be involved with such an incredible season.”“I had two feet and was able to shift the ball by squaring up the full-back,” Thornley says, “either towards the touchline or coming back inside to whip a ball in with my right foot. That little half-yard was something that (a) they had to guess which way I was going, and (b) by the time they had, I had already gone.”“That was something that it quickly became apparent I didn’t have anymore. It was like having a piece of string or piece of wood: once you break it down the middle and try to repair it, it’s never as strong as it once was. When you’re talking about playing at the top level, you are talking about fine margins. That was the type of thing I relied on.”“I can’t put everything down to that one tackle,” he says, when asked about the psychological impact of his injury, “but I’m sure there are people far more qualified than me who can trace what I’m like now as a person right the way back to it. It’s like you’ve had a fabulous party and you come home: there’s an emptiness there. That’s what I felt not going into a dressing room every day.”last_img read more


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first_imgCaretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reiterated that he wishes to continue at Manchester United beyond the end of this seasonThe ex-United striker returned to his old club in December to replace the ousted Jose Mourinho on an interim basis.Solskjaer has since made an instant impact at Old Trafford with star players like Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford having benefited greatly from the managerial change.And Solskjaer again expressed an interest in landing the job permanently.“I don’t want to,” said Solskjaer on BBC, when asked if he will still depart in May.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.United’s 2-0 win at Newcastle on Wednesday saw the Norwegian become the coach to taste victory in his four opening leagues games in charge since Sir Matt Busby in 1946.Busby then went on to lead the Red Devils to five league titles.“That will be in the books but it’s nothing I’m thinking of,” said Solskjaer on matching Busby’s records.“I’m just thinking about the next game, because if you win four you can win another four with this club. That’s the challenge, that’s the standard we’re used to.”Substitute Romelu Lukaku and Rashford were the scorers at St James’ Park on Wednesday night as United closed the gap to fourth-place Chelsea to six points in the Premier League.last_img read more


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