28: Trying to get property 'articles' of non-object
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CULTURE / Entertainment news
Jul 14, 2023
Actors go on strike in new blow to struggling Hollywood studios
The Screen Actors Guild, which represents some 160,000 performers, announced the walkout after failing to reach a new labor agreement.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Film
Jul 13, 2023
Will doing 'nothing' be yet another marketing coup for Studio Ghibli?
Studio Ghibli"s Toshio Suzuki has a history of taking unconventional approaches to promoting the work of anime director Hayao Miyazaki.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Entertainment news
Jul 12, 2023
TV personality and LGBTQ advocate ryuchell dies at 27
Harajuku fashion influencer Ryuji Higa, better known as ryuchell, was found unconscious in Tokyo on Wednesday.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Entertainment news
Jul 12, 2023
Czech novelist Milan Kundera dies at 94
Through his characteristic satire and poetic prose, Kundera had sought to express all that is compelling and absurd about life.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Film
Jul 7, 2023
Director Takeshi Fukunaga opts for authenticity over 'falsely uplifting' in new film, 'Mountain Woman'
With ‘Mountain Woman,’ director Takeshi Fukunaga has looked back at a time of famine and woe in Japan, and given viewers lessons for the modern day.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Music
Jul 6, 2023
War-displaced Ukrainian joins Japanese ensemble in performance for peace
Iana Lavrova joined the 2023 Fukushima Cello Concert for a performance by a 500-strong group held in May.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Film
Jul 6, 2023
Ahead of a new Studio Ghibli film, critics are asking, 'How will we live without Hayao Miyazaki?'
The creative force behind Japanese animation has teased retirement before, but owing to his age and pace of output, we may finally be seeing the final Studio Ghibli film next week.

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