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These 15 Photos Explore the Diversity and Rich Culture of Latino Americans

For Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs through October 15, enjoy these highlights from the Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest

Charades Sells Comedy Horror ‘There’s Something in the Barn’ From ‘Dead Snow’ Producers to Major Markets, Including U.K.; Unveils Teaser (EXCLUSIVE)

Charades has closed multiple deals on “There’s Something in the Barn,” Magnus Martens’s (“Fear the Walking Dead”) comedy horror movie from “Dead Snow” producers at 74 Entertainment and XYZ Films. The English-language movie is headlined by Martin Starr (“Freaks and… Continue Reading →

Which Streaming Service Cancels TV Series at the Highest Rate? This New Study Sets the Record Straight

The Streaming Era began with a promise of nurturing shows without fear of ratings pressure and quick cancellations. Of course, that was a lark. Soon enough, the streamers began slashing shows as quickly and brutally as any Nielsen-obsessed broadcaster, and… Continue Reading →

Breaking Down TIFF’s Best Moments, From Lil Nas X’s Triumph to ‘American Fiction’ Oscar Buzz 

It’s been a Toronto Film Festival like few others. The writers and actors strikes meant that many A-listers opted not to touch down in Canada this year, depriving the gathering of film lovers of the star-studded red carpets and Q&As… Continue Reading →

Jamie Lynn Spears Will Compete on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Season 32

While Britney Spears is dancing on Instagram, her sister is bringing her moves to the ballroom. Jamie Lynn Spears is set to compete on Season 32 of “Dancing With the Stars” with partner Alan Bersten. The actress, who starred in… Continue Reading →

International Oscar Race: Yemen Picks Amr Gamal’s ‘The Burdened’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Yemen has selected Amr Gamal’s abortion drama “The Burdened” as its official entry for the Oscar’s international feature film race. The movie world premiered at this year’s Berlin Film Festival were it won a pair of prizes. “The Burdened” was… Continue Reading →

Anand Patwardhan’s Toronto Selection ‘The World Is Family’ Combines the Personal and the Political

Anand Patwardhan, the doyen of Indian documentary filmmaking, will premiere his new film, “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” (“The World Is Family”) at the Toronto Film Festival. The film focuses on Patwardhan’s parents and close family members and juxtaposes Mahatma Gandhi and the… Continue Reading →

Toronto Debut ’Frybread Face and Me’ Tucks Universal Truths Into Native American Tale

In Billy Luther’s (Navajo, Hopi and Laguna Pueblo) feature film debut, “Frybread Face and Me,” Benny (Keir Tallman) is taken out of his comfort zone after he’s sent to spend the summer at his grandmother’s ranch on the reservation. It’s… Continue Reading →

Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Jawan’ Shatters Bollywood Opening Day Box Office Record

Shah Rukh Khan’s action thriller “Jawan” has shattered the star’s own Bollywood opening day record. “Jawan” is produced by Gauri Khan and Gaurav Verma for Red Chillies Entertainment. It opened on Thursday and its Hindi-language version grossed $9.4 million in… Continue Reading →

With Actors on Strike, Will Movies Still Score Big Deals at the Toronto Film Festival?

The red carpets and lavish afterparties that send the media flocking to the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) will be a lot less star-studded this year. That’s a necessary consequence of the actors and writers strikes that are roiling the… Continue Reading →

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