NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
MARCH 19, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION
2014 - DEL'S WORLD INC.
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VENICE, Italy — Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water” is an aquatic “Beauty and the Beast,” a transgressive fairy tale about a young woman’s love for a scaly creature from the Amazonian depths. Like the best fables, it’s also rooted in the real world: the story of a migrant from the south facing a hostile reception in a security-obsessed United States. “I think that fantasy is a very political genre,” del Toro said Thursday, Aug. 31, at the Venice Film Festival, where “The Shape of Water” is getting its world premiere. It’s one of 21 films competing for the coveted Golden Lion, the festival’s top prize. “Fairy tales were born in times of great trouble.
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“The Match” is off. As he did eight years ago, Juan Martin Del Potro spoiled Roger Federer’s big moment and ruined the historic semifinal showdown against Rafael Nadal the tennis world was hotly anticipating. Del Potro’s stinging serve, marvelous passing shots and piercing forehand were too much for the Swiss Maestro as the 6-foot-6 baseliner...