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Taskovski Falls for CPH:DOX’s ‘Daughter of Genghis,’ a Nuanced Portrait of Radicalization From ‘The Lost Leonardo’ Producer (EXCLUSIVE)

Annika Pham Taskovski Films has acquired world rights to the Danish doc “Daughter of Genghis,” produced by “The Lost Leonardo’s” Andreas Dalsgaard for Elk Film. The debut feature of award-winning photo-journalists Kristoffer Juel Poulsen and Christian Als will world premiere in the F:ACT competition section of the leading international documentary festival CPH:DOX in Copenhagen.

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Watch Pet Shop Boys perform ‘It’s A Sin’ from new ‘Dreamworld’ Copenhagen live movie
Pet Shop Boys have shared an exclusive clip of them performing ‘It’s A Sin’ for their new ‘Dreamworld’ Copenhagen live movie – watch it exclusively on NME above.The band’s new live film – recorded during their 2023 ‘Dreamworld: The Greatest Hits Live’ world tour – will hit cinemas on January 31 and February 4.“This cinematic celebration of Pet Shop Boys’ unparalleled career promises to be an unmissable experience for fans and music enthusiasts alike,” said Marc Allenby, CEO of Trafalgar Releasing who are sharing the film.“Join us in celebrating four decades of musical innovation as we bring the magic of ‘Dreamworld: The Greatest Hits Live’ to the big screen.”Tickets for the screenings are available here.In a five-star review of Pet Shop Boys’ ‘Dreamworld’ gig in Hull in 2022, NME praised “the band’s infallible greatest hits collection, and their ability to constantly stay ahead of the pack”.It added: “[The concert] shows the range of styles and subjects tackled in their canon, and is a two-hour joyous celebration of their decades of holding pop to a higher standard.”The band also recently extended the ‘Dreamworld’ tour into 2024 with new UK and Irish dates.Find any remaining tickets here and see the dates below.JUNE 202404 – OVO Hydro, Glasgow06 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham08 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham 09 – Co-op Live, Manchester 11 – SSE Arena, Belfast22 – Isle of Wight Festival 2024, Newport
The Smile add extra London show to March 2024 UK tour due to phenomenal demand
The Smile have announced an extra London date on their March 2024 UK tour after phenomenal demand.The Radiohead side project – comprising Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood and Sons Of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner – announced their UK and European tour back in November, alongside their new album ‘Wall Of Eyes‘.The band are due to kick off the tour at Dublin’s 3Arena on March 7 and play dates in Brighton, Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham before finishing up with a show at London’s Alexandra Palace on March 23.They’ve now added a second London show at the Eventim Apollo on Sunday, March 10 due to “exceptional demand”.Tickets for the extra show go on sale this Friday (January 26) at 9am GMT from here. Fans can also sign up to the pre-sale here.A post shared by The Smile (@thesmiletheband)MARCH7 – Dublin, 3Arena 10 – London, Eventim Apollo 13 – Copenhagen, K.B. Hallen 15 – Brussels, Forest National 16 – Amsterdam, AFAS Live 18 – Brighton, Brighton Centre 19 – Manchester, O2 Apollo 20 – Glasgow, SEC Armadillo 22 – Birmingham, O2 Academy 23 – London, Alexandra PalaceThe Smile’s second album ‘Wall Of Eyes’ is out Friday, which NME described in four-star review as a “masterclass in pushing rock forward”, adding that it features “some of their best work since ‘In Rainbows'”.It added: “Where previously the comparisons to their Radiohead catalogue could warp expectations, the breadth of the material on offer here suggest that it could, eventually, flip that dynamic right on its head.”Reviewing The Smile live in New York City in 2022, NME described the show as an “expansive and dazzling spectacle”.