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We are glad you are here! V’Doggle is a community website that helps you: Connect with other artists. Build and post your own portfolio site. Look for gigs and jobs. Post jobs. Buy and sell items for your next project…. Continue Reading →

Exploring Gender Issues, Indigenous Peoples, Climate Change, Teen Suicide, Chilean Docs at Cannes Doc Plumb Universal Themes

With Maite Alberdi, twice Oscar nominated for her last two docus, “The Eternal Memory” and “The Mole Agent,” and Tana Gilbert whose feature debut “Malqueridas” won the Grand Prize at Venice’s Critics’ Week, Chilean documentaries are having a banner year. … Continue Reading →

Francis Ford Coppola Slams Studio System After He Self-Financed ‘Megalopolis’: Execs ‘Don’t Make Good Movies … They Pay Their Debt Obligations’

Francis Ford Coppola shared his thoughts on the current studio system during the Cannes Film Festival press conference for his self-financed epic “Megalopolis,” saying that they might not be around much longer. “I fear that the film industry has become… Continue Reading →

An Absolutely Fabulous Celebration of History’s Greatest Divas

This heady, exquisitely delightful new book reveals the power behind the sequins

‘Megalopolis’ Star Nathalie Emmanuel Talks Working With Francis Ford Coppola on His Mysterious Magnum Opus: Like ‘Being Part of an Orchestra, and He’s the Conductor’

Nathalie Emmanuel knows all about not talking about the projects she’s in. Seven years on “Game of Thrones” as the fan-favorite Missandei gave the Brit an instant lesson on the dangers of spoiling a show where much of its popularity… Continue Reading →

‘Furiosa’ Star Alyla Browne on Getting the Role of Young Anya-Taylor Joy by Doing the Splits and Seeing the R-Rated Film Despite Being 14: ‘I’m in It, So I’m Allowed!’

Alyla Browne may only be 14 years old, but in the short time she’s been acting she’s somehow managed to assemble one of the most ridiculously star-studded on-screen family trees. In Hulu’s “Nine Perfect Strangers,” she played Nicole Kidman’s daughter…. Continue Reading →

How the Soon-to-Reopen Folger Shakespeare Library Came to Be

A full 82 copies of Shakespeare’s First Folio will go on view as the renovated Washington, D.C. institution makes its debut

Claudia Costafreda on ‘Dressed in Blue’ Success, Netflix’s Upcoming ‘Superestar’ and Making Her Feature Debut Under Los Javis’s Suma Content

Spanish writer and director Claudia Costafreda is on a roll. “Cardo” and “Veneno” have both been selected as Variety’s best international TV shows in their respective years and went on to find great success domestically and internationally, the latter landing distribution… Continue Reading →

How This Caribbean-Born Artist Became the Toast of 18th-Century France

A new exhibition in Massachusetts illuminates the success of Guillaume Lethière

Cannes Film Festival Premiere of Mickaël Gamrasni’s Documentary Brings the Olympic Flame to the Red Carpet

The Olympic flame is coming to the Cannes Film Festival red carpet. The 77th edition of the Festival de Cannes will serve as a preview for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games with the premiere screening of Mickaël Gamrasni’s documentary “Olympiques!… Continue Reading →

Spanish Animation Wins Big at the Quirino Awards With Gongs for ‘Robot Dreams’ ‘Jasmine & Jambo,’ ‘Sultana’s Dream’

The seventh edition of the Quirino Awards, an annual event dedicated to promoting animation in Spain, Portugal, and Latin America, saw Spain win five of the 10 awards on offer. Housed in the Teatro Leal, in the Canary Island’s Santa Cruz… Continue Reading →

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