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Sunday, February 8, 2015
Brittany Brown wouldn't miss the opening of the “Fifty Shades of Grey” movie for anything. She has read and re-read all three books, uses the app, follows FSOG role play on Twitter and set her DVR to record trailers for the highly anticipated Valentine's weekend release.
Bradley Cooper could make it third time lucky at the Oscars this month, after being nominated a rare three consecutive times for Hollywood's highest awards.
'Selma,' 'black-ish,' among NAACP award winners
The civil rights drama “Selma” won top honors at the NAACP Image Awards in a ceremony that took sharp notice of snubs of African-American artists and their work by the Oscars.
Saturday, February 7, 2015
Arctic-bound Binoche opens Berlin film fest
Oscar winner Juliette Binoche plays a polar bear-slaying, avalanche-dodging Arctic explorer in “Nobody Wants the Night,” which got a frosty reception at the opening of the 65th Berlin film festival Thursday.
He made his name playing a physicist, won a global following as a brilliant private detective and has Bafta and Oscar nominations for his role as a World War II maths genius.
Iranian dissident director Jafar Panahi's latest picture defying an official ban, “Taxi,” will premiere Friday at the 65th Berlin film festival, marking a new chapter of his career in the shadows.
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Oscar nominees prepare for the big event
Awards season is a stressful endeavor for even the most seasoned actor or actress, but at the Oscar nominee luncheon everyone is still a winner.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
--“American Sniper” shot down another box-office record: Its US$31.9 million is the biggest Super Bowl weekend gross ever.
Monday, February 2, 2015
Tainan to host int'l 39-hour short film fest
The Cultural Affairs Bureau of the Tainan City Government recently held a press conference to announce the 4th Tainan 39-hour Short Film Contestival (2015臺南39小時拍片競賽), a short film festival organized and curated by Tainan residing Malaysian filmmaker Lynne Tai (戴叮玲) and Dayeh University (大葉大學) assistant professor Till DiLumiere from Germany.
Sunday, February 1, 2015
New movies starring Juliette Binoche, Nicole Kidman, Cate Blanchett, Helen Mirren and Lea Seydoux will put women in the spotlight when they premiere at the 65th Berlin film festival starting Thursday.
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