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Sunday, December 14, 2014
'Unbroken' strikes a nerve in Japan over WWII past
Angelina Jolie's new movie “Unbroken” has not been released in Japan yet, but it has already struck a nerve in a country still wrestling over its wartime past.
It'll be hard for Taylor Swift to top this as a birthday gift: A birthday serenade from none other than the Queen of Soul.
Ridley Scott did not originally want to make “Exodus: Gods and Kings.” “It's biblical, and I was afraid of all those associations,” the 77-year-old filmmaker said.
More than 200 queries received from possible heirs regarding Nazi-era art hoard: task force
A task force investigating the provenance of priceless paintings found in a Nazi-era art hoard said Friday it had received more than 200 queries about specific works by possible heirs.
New Ailey dance production pays tribute to civil rights icon
It would seem the timing could hardly be more apt for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's new civil rights-themed piece, “Odetta,” a tribute to the late folk singer often referred to as the voice of the civil rights movement.
The U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF, 美國肉類出口協會) recently partnered with the Regent Taipei hotel to launch and promote inexpensive cuts of American corn-fed beef that will be imported into the Taiwanese market.
US meat exporters team with Regent Taipei to promote value prized cuts
In traditional wine-making regions younger generations of winemakers like to shake things up a bit. What is unusual in Alsace is how badly it has been in need of some shaking up.
Saturday, December 13, 2014
'Birdman' flying high after Globe nominations
Dark comedy “Birdman” topped nominations for the Golden Globes on Thursday, boosting its already-soaring prospects of awards season glory in the race towards the Oscars.
Streaming has rapidly transformed pop music's landscape but even more dramatic changes could be in store as companies eye the vast, barely touched markets of the developing world.
Marrakesh film festival changes tack, swings the spotlight on Japan
The 14th Marrakesh Film Festival in Morocco is paying tribute to Japan by showcasing a retrospective of 27 movies at an event traditionally dominated by Arab, French or American cinema.
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