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Malkovich returns to London stage as disgraced producer in Mamet play

20 Jun 2019

LONDON American actor John Malkovich returned to London's West End on Wednesday after nearly 30 years, taking on what he called a "very challenging" role of a disgraced Hollywood film mogul in a new play partly inspired by the scandal surrounding producer Harvey Weinstein. | Video

Transgender love story shines in Cannes

21 May 2019

CANNES, France Starring in her first ever feature film, transgender model Leyna Bloom said "Port Authority", about a man grappling with his feelings for a transgender woman, chimed with her personal experience, helping her dive into the role. | Video

Julianne Moore says personal experiences spurred her to back AIDS ward documentary

20 May 2019

(This story was refiled to correct second mention of the nurse's name) | Video

CORRECTED-Julianne Moore says personal experiences spurred her to back AIDS ward documentary

19 May 2019

CANNES, France, May 19 Oscar-winning actress Julianne Moore said her experience of caring for someone infected with the AIDS virus had spurred her decision to help promote the documentary '5B' about the unsung heroes who looked after AIDS sufferers in the 1980s.

Cannes critics warm to Ken Loach's dig at gig economy

18 May 2019

CANNES, France With the tale of a family unravelling under the pressure of their precarious jobs, Ken Loach's latest Cannes entry takes aim at the gig economy model dividing politicians and workers the world over. | Video

A minute with:-British photographer Rankin on fashion and social media

26 Nov 2018

LONDON, Nov 26 With an eclectic portfolio of unconventional fashion shots, British photographer Rankin is known for challenging perceptions of beauty.

'Babadook' director returns with revenge odyssey in colonial-era Australia

07 Sep 2018

VENICE, Italy Jennifer Kent, who made her name with horror "The Babadook", returned on Thursday with a revenge thriller set in 1825 Tasmania, a penal colony where the abuse meted out to convicts is surpassed only by the cruelty suffered by the Aborigines. | Video

Willem Dafoe plays tormented genius Van Gogh in Venice biopic

05 Sep 2018

VENICE, Italy With his ginger beard, straw hat and a sad, wounded expression, Willem Dafoe looks uncannily like a Vincent Van Gogh self-portrait, as he plays the artist in a biopic that premiered at the Venice Film Festival on Monday. | Video

'Charlie Says' tells Manson story from view of women he sent to kill

03 Sep 2018

VENICE, Italy Charles Manson did not wield the knives in the 1969 murder spree that ended the Californian hippy dream, so what drove the people who did so on his orders? That is the question posed in "Charlie Says" which premiered in Venice on Sunday. | Video

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