Frank Berry’s new film Aisha in post-production

Irish filmmaker Frank Berry (Michael Inside [ + ] , I Used to Live Here [ + ] ) is now working on his new feature, a drama entitled Aisha. The film, shot in Ireland, recently entered post-production and has been picked up by Cornerstone, which is in charge of its worldwide rights and will commence sales at the upcoming Cannes Marché du Film.
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Letitia Wright, Josh O’Connor Drama ‘Aisha’ Reveals First Look; Cornerstone Acquires Worldwide Sales Rights

Cornerstone has acquired worldwide sales rights for Irish writer and director Frank Berry’s (“Michael Inside”) drama “Aisha” and will commence sales at the upcoming Cannes virtual market. The film, which has wrapped production in Ireland, stars Letitia Wright (“Small Axe”) and Josh O’Connor (“The Crown”). It charts the experiences of...
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Friday Film Break: "Aisha" by Starinah "Star" Dixon for M.A.D.D. Rhythms

To celebrate National Tap Dance Day earlier this week, Chicago's M.A.D.D. Rhythms released two new dance videos, including "Aisha," choreographed by the group's assistant director Starinah "Star" Dixon. To a song of the same name, written by McCoy Tyner and performed by John Coltrane, the company members perform a joyful, romantic dance filled with infectious rhythms. The film was directed and edited by Adam Salinas with Alexander Lakin as director of photography.
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Aisha (the black album); Putting a Face On review – more pointed monologues

Jade Anouka sprints through American history, while all is calmly, inexorably revealed in Kiri Pritchard-McLean’s subtle play about gaslighting. The Old Vic has been acute with its monologues: not too musey, all pointed. Taken together, these two new pieces of writing, commissioned for International Women’s Day, last barely half an hour, but they deliver resonant stories. They are also a nudge towards the slowly changing face of theatre: at last it is being taken for granted that an authoritative voice, an everyman, may be a woman of colour.

Is Aisha Coming Back to Cobra Kai?

In the first two seasons of Cobra Kai, Aisha Robinson, played by Nichole Brown, was an integral part of the show’s storyline. During the first season, Samantha LaRusso (Mary Mouser) neglects their friendship to hang out with Yasmine (Annalisa Cochrane), Moon (Hannah Kepple), and Kyler (Joe Seo). Aisha is later cyberbullied for her weight and ends up becoming a karate student at Cobra Kai, where she learns how to stick up for herself to a ruthless degree.
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‘Aisha’s Law’ for domestic violence protections returns to Ohio legislature

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The following article was originally published in the Ohio Capital Journal and published on under a content-sharing agreement. Expansions to domestic violence protections have once again returned to the Ohio Statehouse, after passing the House last year but failing to see daylight in the Senate. State...
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EVERGLOW’s Agency Denies Allegations That Aisha Was A Perpetrator Of School Violence

On February 23, Yuehua Entertainment denied the rumors that EVERGLOW’s Aisha had been a perpetrator of school violence. Yuehua Entertainment stated, “We have checked with [Aisha] and confirmed that the accusations are false. She does not even know who the person who wrote the post is. We ask that people stop spreading false information and reckless speculative reports that do not check to see whether the information is true or false. If this continues, we will take strong legal action to defend our artist’s rights.”
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Stephen and Aisha: A ball of ENERGETIC MAGIC is WHAT IT DO!!

They say what would the world be like without the sound of music. In my opinion the same goes for the art of dance. Just imagine the world without it. I mean even in the Bible King David danced. In 2 Samuel 6:14, it says, “And David danced before the LORD with all [his] might; and David [was] girded with a linen ephod”. Dancing is another way to communicate feelings through movement. I had the pleasure of meeting Stephen and Asia online due to a LUE Productions virtual talent competition, ‘GONGED ME’. The moment they began dancing, I was blown away.
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Whatever happened to Aisha in Cobra Kai?

After just three seasons, it's pretty astonishing how far the characters of Cobra Kai have come. Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) went from a washed-up loser who didn't want any of the responsibilities of fatherhood to a real role model for Miguel (Xolo Maridueña). Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) has confronted the trauma from his childhood head-on by getting back into karate, leading a new generation of students in learning the ways of Mr. Miyagi (Pat Morita) from the original Karate Kid movie.