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Casting the Pirates: Behind the Scenes of ‘Fishing Without Nets’ (Part 2)

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Shot in East Africa using Somali non-actors, Fishing Without Nets tells the mesmerizing and sobering story of the pirates from the Somali point of view. First-time feature filmmaker Cutter Hodierne combines the epic cinematic vision of a glorious action-thriller with intimate, textured qualities of an art film, humanizing the pirates by bringing us inside their moral dilemmas and gut-wrenching struggles.

In this second episode of our behind the scenes series, we speak to the Somali actors about their home lives and how they came to star in a Sundance award winning film.

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German Retail Sales Fall Through The Floor

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Germany’s retail sales just hit a wall: they dropped 3.2% in September, the worst monthly decline since May 2008. The eurozone’s powerhouse economy didn’t see anything this bad during the financial crisis, or in the years of the euro crisis that followed it. 

This all follows the grim news earlier in October that the country’s industrial sector seems to be grinding to a halt. There’s no doubt that this data point is going in the pile suggesting that Germany might be about to fall into recession.

Here’s what Claus Vistesen at Pantheon Macroeconomics had to say about the grim numbers:

The plunge in German retail sales, the biggest drop since May 2007, indicates that the German economy was very close to a technical recession in Q2 and Q3.Retail sales were on track for a decent quarterly expansion before September data, but today’s data are bad enough to indicate that retail sales fell back to a modest contraction in Q3.

SEE ALSO: The Analyst Who Predicted Germany’s Horrible Industrial Numbers Has Another Terrifying Forecast

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Companies can now highlight important email information in Google’s Inbox app

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Google just announced a new feature called Highlights in its email management app Inbox, to allow companies to make actionable items and important info in their email messages more noticeable to recipients. With a few lines of prescribed code, developers can mark up parts of their emails that they want users to be able to spot quickly, and these details appear as easy-to-view ‘chips’ right in the inbox. This works great for departure and arrival times in flight confirmation emails, location info in restaurant and hotel bookings, and any other message types that contain concise pertinent details that users need…

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Japan’s Nikkei 225 index soars over 5% after BoJ easing

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Tokyo (AFP) – Japanese shares surged more than five percent on Friday after the Bank of Japan ramped up its vast monetary easing programme, sending the yen into freefall.

The benchmark Nikkei 225 index jumped 5.09 percent to 16,455.84 points following the surprise BoJ decision.

After a one-day meeting, policymakers said they would add up to 20 trillion yen ($182 billion) to the central bank’s current asset-buying scheme, bringing it to 80 trillion yen annually.

The yen, meanwhile, plunged to an almost seven-year low of 110.49 against the dollar following the BoJ decision to pump even more money into the economy after a second-quarter contraction.

A weak yen is good for Japanese exporters as it makes them more competitive abroad and inflates their repatriated profits.

In morning trade before the BoJ announcement, stocks had risen 1.68 percent as forecast-beating US growth data offset another poor set of domestic economic indicators.

Investors also cheered reports that Japan’s national pension fund, the world’s largest, will double the amount of equities it holds in its investment portfolio as it seeks out higher returns to cope with an ageing population.

A raft of September economic data released early Friday showed a 5.6 percent drop in household spending, inflation slowing and unemployment rising.

However, dealers were in buying mood as the dollar jumped against the yen in response to data showing US economic growth expanding at an annualised 3.5 percent in July-September, against estimates of a 3.0 percent rise.

 

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New EP: Willow Smith ‘3’

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Just a week after taking over Fader Fort’s CMJ Festival in Brooklyn, Willow Smith celebrates her birthday by releasing a new EP titled 3. The now 14-year-old “Whip My Hair” singer partners with Google Play, giving fans three new songs including “8,” “9” featuring TDE songstress SZA, and “Flowers.” Available now for free download, the EP will arrive at other retailers on November 17.

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Willow Smith – 3 (Tracklisting):

1. “8”
2. “9” (Feat. SZA)
3. “Flowers”

DOWNLOAD: Willow Smith – 3 (EP)

Previously: Jaden Smith Feat. Willow Smith – “Melancholy”

Hamilton seeks to divert attention from F1’s problems

British driver Lewis Hamilton raises his trophy on the podium after winning the inaugural Russian Grand Prix in Sochi on October 12, 2014

Austin (AFP) – World championship leader Lewis Hamilton will bid to divert attention from Formula One’s looming financial crisis by seeking his fifth consecutive race win at this weekend’s United States Grand Prix.

The 29-year-old Briton leads Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg of Germany by 17 points with three races remaining, and 100 points available, as he sets himself to claim his 10th win of the season at the Circuit of the Americas.

After a tense, close and often acrimonious struggle with Rosberg, Hamilton knows he cannot relax, notably because next month’s season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is worth double points.

That means Rosberg will retain a mathematical title chance if he is within 50 points of the Englishman after the next two races in America and Brazil. Hamilton came away from the Russian Grand Prix on October 12 with 241 points to Rosberg’s 174.

Rosberg has no intention of giving up and any fans disgruntled at the absences of the Marussia and Caterham teams from the grid will at least be assured of a potentially ferocious scrap for glory at the front of Sunday’s race.

“It’s still all to play for in the battle for the drivers’ championship and I won’t be giving up the fight until the flag drops in Abu Dhabi,” said Rosberg.

“Hopefully, we can keep the entertainment going right to the end for the fans out there enjoying the contest.”

Hamilton knows what to expect, but will compete in supremely confident mood after successive wins in Italy, Singapore, Japan and Russia.

The same period saw Marussia’s French driver Jules Bianchi suffer severe head injuries when he crashed into a recovery vehicle in Japan and the recent withdrawal of his team and Caterham from the American contest.

That meant this weekend’s race will see only nine teams supplying the 18 cars on the smallest grid for a Formula One race since the 2005 Monaco Grand Prix.

Both Marussia and Caterham have suffered financial and other problems and paddock observers believe that other teams, notably Sauber and Lotus, could also be threatened by similar difficulties as the sport’s distribution of wealth comes under scrutiny.

Both teams are under administration and may not race again this year.

But at the other end of the paddock, there is a more optimistic mood engendered by the upbeat approach of Australian Daniel Ricciardo, winner of three races this year, who is relishing his return to the United States with Red Bull.

“Hand on heart, this is probably the date on the calendar I look forward to the most,” he said. “I’ve loved every minute of being in Austin: when they picked this place for the US Grand Prix, they absolutely nailed it.

“The city is awesome. I love listening to live music and this is a great place for that, plus Texas feels like real America, and that’s something I’ve really enjoyed just sinking into the last two seasons.

“And then, there’s the important bit. The Circuit of the Americas, in my opinion, is the best of the new breed of circuits.”

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