It has said it has no intention of postponing matches or cancelling the season it began earlier this month. While most of its teams, perhaps with the exception of Bate Borisov and Dinamo Minsk, are unknown to the majority of soccer fans, the league is making the most of stoppages to the world’s top competitions.Belarus Football Federation get broadcasting deals with sports networks in 10 countries, including Russia, Israel and India, where fans have been left with nothing to watch. “This is an unprecedented situation,” said Alexander Aleinik, a federation spokesman. … [Read more...] about Last league standing: Belarusian football basks in new-found popularity
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He tweeted: “Disney+ subscribers in the UK: If you use a VPN and set your location to the US, you can watch Frozen 2, all episodes of The Mandalorian, and more.” … [Read more...] about Disney+ trick lets you watch Frozen 2 and all episodes of The Mandalorian from the UK
Elsewhere, Callum Turner makes a believable rogue as Churchill, while The Crown star Josh O’Connor continues to steal the show in almost everything he’s in as the leering and rather embarrassing priest Mr Elton. Bill Nighy and Miranda Hart also lend reliable comedic support to the cast throughout and add to the breezy film’s quirky tone. … [Read more...] about Emma review: A frivolous, colourful, and quirky new take on Jane Austen’s classic anti-heroine
The inclusion of De Middel and Henner on the Deutsche Börse shortlist may be a kind of tipping point for photography self-publishing in the UK. Having long since shaken off the kind of stigma that still attaches to, say, self-published fiction, the self-published photobook is currently a mini-phenomenon within the bigger thriving culture of photography book publishing. The wider context for this DIY approach is the availability of relatively cheap digital technology and the attendant rise of social media-led networking, which allows photographers to disseminate, market and sell their own books without recourse to the traditional artist-publisher relationship. "My book cost €8,500 to print," says De Middel. "At a time when upcoming photographers are increasingly being asked to contribute more than that towards the cost of publishing their book with some mainstream publishers, it seemed like a much more preferable option." … [Read more...] about How photographers joined the self-publishing revolution