Resurrecting James Dean

The men bringing James Dean back to life for a forthcoming film want to give his digital likeness a whole new career. Travis Cloyd, who is leading the revival of Dean for his appearance in “Finding Jack,” says his company is offering the late actor for a range of roles in movies, TV and video games. (Jan. 16)

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A CGI James Dean is cast in new film, sparking an outcry; Neil Young: Obama and Trump “both losers” in battling climate change; Chris Brown holds high-end yard sale at his Los Angeles home. (Nov. 7)

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Eurasia Space: Debate at SPIEF 2018 with Peter Lavelle

Eurasia, uniting the East and the West, enjoys a unique geoeconomic position. It is widely believed that Eurasian economies will become the next growth engine for the global economy, advancing economic cooperation between Europe, Northeast Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. In order to facilitate logistics, trade, and related economic processes, Eurasia’s size demands the creation of unified regulatory systems for economic activities and the establishment of common digital and logistics platforms. Integration processes on the Eurasian continent could therefore have a major impact on the growth trajectory of the global economy. In the present context, how can ‘Greater Eurasia’, stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific, become a space for collaboration? What might serve as the key drivers for accelerated Eurasian economic integration, and what are the main areas of common interest? What are the key pros and cons of integration as seen by partners in the East and the West, and what benefits have the existing integration processes offered Eurasian economies? What is their role in advancing integration, and what is the strategic potential of multilateral, trans-Eurasian economic cooperation?

Sergey Karaganov, Dean, Higher School of Economics
Klaus Mangold, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, TUI
Philippe Pegorier, President for Russia and CIS, Alstom; Member of the Board, Association of European Businesses (AEB)
Aleksey Pushkov, Chairman of the Commission of the Federation Council on Information Policy
Jean-Pierre Thomas, President, Thomas Vendome Investment
Antonio Fallico, President, Conoscere Eurasia Association; Chairman, Board of Directors, Banca Intesa
Alexey Chekunkov, Chief Executive Officer, Far East and Baikal Region Development Fund
Front row participant
Xu Sitao, Chief Economist, Partner, Deloitte, China

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Machine Code – The Germ [Othercide Records]

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Dean Rodell and Current Value blend drum & bass, techno and ‘machine step’ into their Machine Code alias, and are proud to present their new Projection release. The Berlin-based duo have combined their talents for labels such as Eatbrain, C4C, Badtaste and Subsistenz, with the new music seeing the light on Othercide Records.

With over two decades’ worth of experience between them, Dean and Value operate their own Subdivision Studio in Berlin, blasting out hit after hit across the d&b, dubstep and techno genres, and beyond. The new EP contains three original tracks and a Machine Code remix, so don’t sleep, just get ready for Projection.

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