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‘Diane von Furstenberg: Woman in Charge’ Review: A Fashion Revolutionary Framed by a Straightforward Documentary

“Diane von Furstenberg: Woman in Charge” makes the case for artistic simplicity, for better or worse. The story of an iconic 20th-century fashionista, it takes the form of a traditional talking-head documentary while exploring its eponymous subject: the Belgian designer… Continue Reading →

Sheron Dayoc’s ‘The Gospel of the Beast’ Wins Narrative Feature Prize at Balinale — Global Bulletin

BALI HIGH “The Gospel of the Beast,” a film from The Philippines director Sheron Dayoc, was named the best narrative feature at the Bali International Film Festival (aka Balinale) which concludes Friday. The film features a 15-year-old boy who accidentally… Continue Reading →

Gravitas Ventures Acquires Horror Thriller ‘I’ll Play Mother’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Gravitas Ventures has acquired North American rights to horror thriller “I’ll Play Mother,” with the Anthem Sports & Entertainment Company set to release the film in September. The film, which was acquired from Concourse Media, stars Susanne Wuest (“Goodnight Mummy”), Jo… Continue Reading →

These Chefs Are Elevating African and Caribbean Cuisines From Carryouts to Fine Dining

More Americans are eating and learning about dishes such as fufu and curried goat in establishments recognized by the highest echelon of the culinary world

Cara Delevingne, Keira Knightley and Naomie Harris Sign Open Letter Calling For Screen Industry to Support New Harassment Reporting Body

Cara Delevingne, Naomie Harris and Keira Knightley are among 25 high-profile names in the screen industry who have signed an open letter calling on companies to make a financial commitment to a new creative standards body. The Creative Industry Independent… Continue Reading →

‘The Acolyte’ Is Now Streaming On Disney+

Exactly one month after Star Wars Day, the newest “Star Wars” series has finally arrived. “The Acolyte,” which takes place 100 years before the franchise’s prequel trilogy, is now available to stream on Disney+. Set during the High Republic era… Continue Reading →

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Estate Announces New Media Partnership to Protect Legacy and Intellectual Property Across Film and TV (EXCLUSIVE)

The Estate of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has announced a new partnership with P3 Media to enhance and amplify the civil rights leader’s legacy in the film and television industry. Intellectual Properties Management, Inc. (IPM), the estate’s licensing and… Continue Reading →

Anna Pavlova, Bhaichung Bhutia Among Subjects of India’s Inaugural Doc Film Bazaar Co-Production Market Lab Pitches

Revered Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova and ace Indian soccer player Bhaichung Bhutia are among the subjects of projects selected at the inaugural edition of India’s Doc Film Bazaar. The Bazaar has unveiled 15 projects that will participate in its Co-Production… Continue Reading →

Ticketmaster Hacked: Customer Data Stolen and Shopped on Dark Web by ‘Criminal Threat Actor,’ Live Nation Discloses

Three days after initial reports that a notorious hacking group had stolen info on more than 500 million Ticketmaster customers — and was attempting to sell the data online — parent company Live Nation Entertainment confirmed the breach in a… Continue Reading →

Claire Denis Boards Dina Amer’s ‘You Resemble Me’ as Radicalization Drama Gets French Release (EXCLUSIVE)

Distributor La Vingt-Cinquième Heure has acquired the French rights to Egyptian-American director Dina Amer’s politically sensitive drama “You Resemble Me.” The film tells the story of Hasna Aït Boulahcen, who in 2015 was wrongly believed to be Europe’s first female suicide… Continue Reading →

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