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The King is Back! After more than 1 year of absence, on December 15th 2018, Ryan finally came back to tweet something on his official twitter account @RyanGosling and he tweeted about something he really cares about Congolese heroes depicted in the Congo Stories book.
In Congo Stories Book John Prendergast and Fidel Bafilemba reveal how the people of Congo are fighting back against a tidal wave of international exploitation and governmental oppression to make things better for their nation, their communities, and their families. The book contains stunning photographs taken by Ryan, Bafilemba’s profiles of heroic Congolese activists, and Prendergast’s narratives of the extraordinary history and evolving social movements that directly link the Congo with the United States and Europe. Congo Stories provides windows into the history, the people, the challenges, the possibilities, and the movements that could change the course of Congo’s destiny.
Yesterday Evening December 13, Politics and Prose presented John Prendergast and Fidel Bafilemba with Ryan Gosling and Chouchou Namegabe, to discuss and sign “Congo Stories” Book in Washington D.C. at the Dorothy Betts Theatre Cloyd Heck Marvin Center.
Book Soup And The City Arts Division Discussion And Signing For “Congo Stories” Book Event
In the Photo Ryan Gosling, John Prendergast, Chouchou Namegabe, Fidel Bafilemba
December 10th it’s an important day for the mankind … We celebrate the International Human Rights Day. Ryan, as u all know, has always been involved in good causes as this one ‘CONGO STORIES’ BOOK TOUR: Meet the authors and contributors of “Congo Stories” at special book events in cities across the U.S.. The tour started yesterday in L.A.
The pictures of this Book were taken by Ryan During his travel in East Congo in 2010 for the @EnoughProject with John Prendergast, the co-founder of the Enough Project and with the Enough field analyst Fidel Bafilembaf. Ryan attended on December 10 the presentation of the book ‘Congo Stories: Battling Five Centuries of Exploitation and Greed’ in two different locations in L.A.:
Book Soup and the City of West Hollywood’s WeHo Reads presented John Prendergast and Fidel Bafilemba with Ryan Gosling and Chouchou Namegabe, to discuss and sign “Congo Stories” Book at 7:00 pm at The City Council Chambers ‘West Hollywood Library’
The Promise Institute for Human Rights of the ‘UCLA School of Law’ presented the Q&A & Book Signing at Fowler Museum at UCLA at 12 pm of the book ‘Congo Stories’ to celebrate the 70th anniversary of #UDHR. Stay Tuned for next Stop Washington D.C.
Here’s the Gallery link to find all the pictures from both Events: Link
Congratulations to the cast and crew of the movie First Man.The film has earned the ’Critics Chioce’ Seal of Distinction from the Broadcast Film Critics Association! The Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) announced on December 10, 2018 the nominees for the 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards.The winners will be revealed at the star-studded Critics’ Choice Awards gala, broadcast live on The CW Network on Sunday, January 13, 2019 from 7:00 – 10:00 pm ET (delayed PT).
Ryan Gosling and the director Damien Chazelle were back in the Japanese capital to promote their latest film “First Man.“First Man” will open in Japanese cinemas on Feb. 8, 2019
“First of all, thanks for having us back. It’s always an honor to come to Japan. It’s wonderful to be here with this film,” Ryan said at a press conference held at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo on Dec. 3.
He divulged that after reading James Hansen’s book “First Man,” he realized that “I know nothing about Neil Armstrong or his wife Janet and their family, and the extraordinary sacrifices that were made to make this mission possible.”
“It’s one of the greatest technological achievements in history but the emotional journey that the people involved went on was quite heartbreaking,” he went on.
The “La La Land” star admitted that playing Armstrong “was an extraordinary opportunity but an even bigger responsibility.”
“I had an incredible amount of help. Neil and Janet’s sons were involved. It was a real team effort,” he said.
As for Chazelle, the film is “a balance between the space mission and the intimate emotional life of Neil and his wife Janet.”
Joining the two at the press conference were former Japanese astronaut Naoko Yamazaki, who boarded the Space Shuttle Discovery in 2010 and ZOZO Chief Yusaku Maezawa, who is scheduled to take a trip to the moon in 2023.
First Man will be availabe in Dvd/BluRay/4K Ultra HD and on Digital in Germany and Canada on December 30, 2018 and in some European countries such as Italy, Spain and France on February 20, 2019. You can already pre-order your copy on Amazon.com.I’ve already ordered my copy and You? What are u waiting for?
Update: We finally have a U.S. release date: First Man be Available on Digital on Jan. 8, 4K Ultra HD, blu-Ray and DVD on January 22! No UK release date yet.
The Nominations are: Ryan Gosling as Best Actor in Motion Picture Drama, Claire Foy as Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Justin Hurwitz for Best Original Score, Tom Ross for Best Editing then Best Movie, Best Sound and Best Art Direction and Production Design. The Ceremony will take place in L.A. next February 17, 2019
Ryan Gosling attended, with the rest of Cast and crew of the movie, the First Man screening Reception on November 28, 2018 in L.A. at Goya Studios. In the picture below with the Director Damien Chazelle.
First Man Screening Reception @ Goya Studios HQ photos Link
First Man Screening Reception at Goya Studios photos from socials Link