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Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Korean webtoons intrigue Belgium's traditional comic artists
Belgium has long been a leading exponent of the traditional printed comic book, but a recent exhibition of South Korean "webtoons" has caused soul-searching in the land of Tintin and The Smurfs.
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Viola Davis breaks through with top Emmy win
Long-standing barriers fell at Sunday's Emmy Awards as Viola Davis became the first non-white actress to claim top drama series acting honors, Jon Hamm finally won for "Mad Men," and "Game of Thrones" overcame voters' anti-fantasy resistance to snare the most trophies ever in a season.
Heidi Klum led the yellow charge on the red carpet, but Taraji P. Henson won the night at the 67th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
Here is a list of the winners at Sunday's 67th prime-time Emmy Awards in Los Angeles: Drama Series: "Game of Thrones," HBO.
"The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials" edged out Johnny Depp's "Black Mass" at the U.S. and Canadian box office, as the two films split young and old moviegoers in half on the first weekend of the fall movie season.
Monday, September 21, 2015
1st Beatles contract sold at auction
The first recording contract signed by The Beatles, which set the career course for the legendary band, was sold at a New York auction Saturday for a hammer price of US$75,000.
Polish film director Marcin Wrona, whose horror movie "Demon" made its world premiere last week in Toronto, has died unexpectedly at age 42, the national film authorities said Saturday.
Best-selling romance novelist Jackie Collins, whose first book was so steamy it was banned in some countries, died of breast cancer in California Saturday, her family said. She was 77.
Romance novelist Jackie Collins dies at 77
Long a hero to millions of readers, Atticus Finch is a conflicted figure these days. Is the fictional lawyer the kind father and noble hero of Harper Lee's first novel "To Kill a Mockingbird," a character so beloved people named their children for him? Or is Finch the hard-core segregationist whose racism is at the heart of Lee's newly released "Go Set a Watchman?"
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Writings of Harper Lee's inspirational father reveal Atticus Finch's conflict
Venezuelan film flourishing as society more censored
A new wave of cinema is emerging from the chaos and violence of modern Venezuela that focuses on highly personal tales of gay love affairs and little boys who want to wear party dresses.
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