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The Oscar-winning South Korean filmmaker will head up the international jury for the 78th Venice Film Festival in September.
01/15/2021 by Scott Roxborough
The Vancouver-based performer is best known for his star turn in the 2018 indie drama 'Bella Ciao!'
01/04/2021 by Etan Vlessing
The Italian worked on more than 80 movies with the likes of Federico Fellini, Bernardo Bertolucci, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Gillo Pontecorvo, Martin Scorsese and Sergio Leone.
01/25/2021 by Etan Vlessing
The MSNBC host asks a judge to revoke the Trump-supporting lawyer's admission in a New York federal court.
01/25/2021 by Eriq Gardner
When figures like Matthew McConaughey accuse liberals of sowing discord, they minimize the issues "that cause the divisiveness" in the first place, writes the THR columnist.
01/08/2021 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
A small group of well-known Asian Americans has been invited to a virtual Jan. 26 meeting to discuss the role of Asian Americans in the arts and how their story should be told.
01/23/2021 by Chris Gardner
The TV fest's 42nd edition includes a first-time Marketplace Week for industry dealmaking as part of an overall June 14 to July 16 run.
01/19/2021 by Etan Vlessing
The comedian received an all-star sendoff that included Steve Martin, the Clintons and other luminaries in a 450-person virtual tribute.
08/21/2020 by Chris Gardner
Edward Burns' new Epix series time-travels back to 1980 — figuratively, not literally — for a Long Island-set coming-of-age story.
01/13/2021 by Daniel Fienberg
The Netflix drama 'Adú,' directed by Salvador Calvo, is the frontrunner for the 35th Goya, Spain's top film honors, with 14 nominations, including for best film and best director.
01/18/2021 by Scott Roxborough, Georg Szalai
In her feature debut, Gillian Wallace Horvat plays an aspiring filmmaker who'll literally kill to get her first film off the ground.
01/07/2021 by John DeFore
How 'One Night in Miami,' 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom' and More Give Audiences "An Opportunity to Witness Black Excellence"
A film critic, academic and novelist notes the acute joy and pain of viewing awards contenders that explore African American genius, including 'Judas and the Black Messiah' and 'The United States vs. Billie Holiday.'
01/24/2021 by Eisa Nefertari Ulen
Camila Cabello Launches Healing Justice Project to Support Mental Wellness for Activists (Exclusive)
The singer has partnered with the nonprofit Movement Voter Fund to identify ten organizations to receive grants to pay for mental health resources for their frontline workers.
01/19/2021 by Rebecca Sun
A Virginia judge allows Amber Heard to partially proceed on counterclaims, although not the one that targeted her ex-husband for allegedly deploying bots against her.
01/05/2021 by Eriq Gardner
Major Hollywood studios and streamers are weathering the latest COVID-19 storm on Toronto and Vancouver soundstages.
01/04/2021 by Etan Vlessing