The "SmartHeart Presents Thailand International Pet Variety Exhibition" will be back with an array of fun-filled activities for pets and their owners, at Impact Exhibition Hall 7-8, Muang Thong Thani, daily from 10am to 8pm from Thursday to Sunday.
To celebrate Central's 75th anniversary, a collection of memorabilia items from friends of Central will be displayed at Central: The Original Store on Charoen Krung until November 6.
A second chance in life doesn't come easy. But when it does come, will you take it or let it slip away again? British director Eddie Sternberg's feature debut I Used To Be Famous is a musical drama about a South London fairytale that involves a culture clash between a washed-up singer and a musically talented young man with autism who form an odd friendship and go on a musical venture in hope of a new chance in life.
Amidst a web of science museums, historical sites and eco-friendly farms, the recently opened Stonehill golf club is emerging as a new landmark in Pathum Thani to promote sports tourism in Thailand.
The first shot of Athena will be discussed in every writing about the film. A bravura choreography of movement that begins with an intimate close-up of a face and ends, after 10 blood-rushing minutes, with an explosion of revolutionary rage -- a la Les Miserables and Do You Hear The People Sing? transported to a predominantly-Muslim Paris suburb -- that opening shot is so hypnotising and immersive in its non-stop kineticism that we're led to forgive that it's also an earnest show-off, a proud enshrinement of style and attitude over everything else. Romain Gavras, a filmmaker known for making music videos for Jay Z and M.I.A, will cement that approach with many similar shots throughout the film -- long, seemingly uninterrupted shots with parkour camerawork full of angry bodies -- more than enough for aspiring filmmakers of the world to slobber over.