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Rare photographs capture Rolling Stones' humble beginnings

14 Nov 2019

LONDON A series of rarely seen black-and-white photographs dating back to the Rolling Stones' first concert tour in 1963 will go on display in east London this month.

Jennifer Aniston returns to TV with 'The Morning Show'

05 Nov 2019

LONDON Jennifer Aniston returns to television on Friday in "The Morning Show", an original show for Apple Inc's new subscription video service, in which the actress reunites with her "Friends" sister Reese Witherspoon. | Video

Exclusive: Kim Kardashian praises climate activist Thunberg and hopes for meeting

11 Oct 2019

YEREVAN US reality TV star Kim Kardashian heaped praise on Swedish teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg on Tuesday, calling her a "brave and amazing young woman" and said she shared her concerns about climate change. | Video

A Minute With: Donald Sutherland on working hard and chilling with Jagger

07 Sep 2019

VENICE, Italy, Sept 7 Donald Sutherland closes the Venice Film Festival on Saturday with art thriller "The Burnt Orange Heresy", about a greedy art critic who goes to extreme lengths for success and fame.

Mick Jagger swaps stage for set in art thriller 'The Burnt Orange Heresy'

07 Sep 2019

VENICE, Italy Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger swaps the stage for a film set in "The Burnt Orange Heresy", a thriller about a dishonest and greedy art critic desperate for success and recognition.

Director sudafricano aborda prejuicio y trauma en Festival de Venecia

06 Sep 2019

VENECIA, Italia, 6 sep El director sudafricano Oliver Hermanus espera que su nueva película sobre soldados jóvenes durante el apartheid ayude a abrir la conversación sobre lo que llama "masculinidad tóxica" y derechos de la comunidad LGBT.

Prejudice and trauma tackled by South African director in Venice

06 Sep 2019

VENICE, Italy South African director Oliver Hermanus hopes his new film about young soldiers during apartheid will help open up a conversation about what he calls "toxic masculinity" and LGBT rights.

Panama Papers revisited in Soderbergh's star-studded 'The Laundromat'

01 Sep 2019

VENICE, Italy A holiday tragedy sends Oscar winner Meryl Streep on a puzzling probe of ambiguous financial dealings in Steven Soderbergh's "The Laundromat", a drama based on the massive leak of offshore financial data known as the Panama Papers.

Saudi director al-Mansour eyes female empowerment in 'The Perfect Candidate'

30 Aug 2019

VENICE, Italy A young Saudi Arabian female doctor seeks to change conservative mindsets in "A Perfect Candidate", a tale of a woman tackling gender-based obstacles while running for local office.

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