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Russian Film and TV Community Protests Prison Sentence for Actor Pavel Ustinov

Members of the Russian film community, including popular TV host and former presidential candidate Ksenia Sobchak, have spoken up in support of young actor Pavel Ustinov, who was sentenced to 3.5 years in prison for allegedly taking part in a protest rally in Moscow.

Oscars: Egypt Selects ‘Poisonous Roses’ for International Feature Film Category

Egypt has selected Fawzi Saleh's 'Poisonous Roses' as its submission for the best international feature film category at the 2020 Oscars.

Rose McGowan Ready to Direct: “Acting Is in the Past”

Rose McGowan isn't abandoning Hollywood as she reveals to The Hollywood Reporter that she's trying to drum up interest in an animated feature and psychological thriller.

Feature Film Planned on Topless Feminist Movement Femen

The history of the activist group Femen, famous for its bare-breasted protests, will be told in 'Our Breasts Are Our Weapons: The History of the Femen Movement,' from Belarus director Darya Zhuk.

5 Russian Films Not to Miss in the Fest and Market

From a story centered on two women struggling to rebuild their lives ('Beanpole') to a new project from Riki Group ('My Toy Panda'), a look at the country's anticipated films.

Alexander Rodnyansky on ‘Beanpole,’ Embracing Opportunities in the Age of Netflix

Alexander Rodnyansky discusses Cannes Entry 'Beanpole,' the threat of self-censorship and why he "never wanted to conquer Hollywood."

Ukraine Elects Local TV Comic President

Volodomyr Zelenskiy — who plays a school teacher who gets elected president after an online rant on the popular drama series 'Servant of the People' — beat incumbent Petro Poroshenko in Sunday's runoff poll.

Russian State Television Pulls Plug on ‘Leaving Neverland’

Russian state television's main network Channel One has pulled out of airing 'Leaving Neverland,' citing the controversy raging around the explosive documentary based on detailed allegations of child sex abuse against Michael Jackson.

Russia Opens Civil Cases Against Facebook and Twitter

Russia's communications regulator, Roskomnadzor, said Monday that it was opening civil proceedings against Twitter and Facebook.

Oscars: Czech Republic Selects ‘Winter Flies’ for Foreign-Language Category

Olmo Omerzu's road movie 'Winter Flies' won best director at the 2018 Karlovy Vary film festival.

World Cup: The Top 5 Internet Memes of the Tournament So Far

Allison's no-nonsense Brazilian balloon pop, Neymar's haircut and the intensity of Senegalese manger Aliou Cisse have been the World Cup moments that caught fire online.

Russian Journalists Stripped of Parliamentary Accreditation in #MeToo Harassment Row

As many as 48 reporters have been barred from the State Duma after protesting alleged sexual harassment of colleagues by a senior lawmaker.