- n. Plural form of festival.
““This series demonstrates how our comedy festivals are more than just first-rate showcases through which we can extend the TBS brand,” said Dennis Adamovich, the network's senior vp and general manager of comedy festivals*.”
“In the country, some Silver Weddings were celebrated in festivals ranging over three days, and balls, dinners, and treats were given to the neighbors, tenants, villagers and servants.”
“This month also delivers fairs and festivals from the worlds of publishing, documentary film-making and performance art.”
“The documentary played in festivals as far away as the Bahamas, where schools have similar problems.”
“The other pillar of good festivals is the festival part; the human warmth and interaction between film buffs and filmmakers, meeting new people, and just having fun.”
“The important thing to note about festivals is there are often fantastic courses and workshops in conjunction with the official programme.”
“* Cuts in festivals, special events, public art commission”
“I'm hoping, once we're done, to have it featured in festivals around the world with subtitles.”
“A centuries-old tradition of gifting gold at marriages and other occasions and buying it during festivals is keeping the gold market buoyant in India, although prices are hovering around $1340 an ounce – an all-time high.”
“The best known of its festivals is the one held for Cristo Rey (Christ the King) on the last Sunday in October.”
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