Sunday, March 2, 2014
Paolo Sorrentino's homage to Federico Fellini, “The Great Beauty” has divided critics in Italy even as it has racked up awards abroad.
Robert Clary of “Hogan's Heroes” fame said he will be celebrating his 88th birthday this weekend simply, at a dinner out with friends, and with gratitude for his long life.
Saturday, March 1, 2014
Hollywood is ready for its close-up Sunday as stars gather for the most fiercely contested Oscars show in decades, but organizers hope the weather doesn't rain on their glamorous red carpet parade.
A lesbian love movie that dazzled Cannes leads the race ahead of the French Oscars on Friday, where Julie Gayet, the actress outed as the president's lover, is running for an award for a role as a vamp.
Lupita Nyong'o delivered an emotional speech while accepting her honor for best breakout performance at Essence magazine's seventh annual Women in Hollywood luncheon.
Orson Welles' personal draft script for “Citizen Kane” is up for sale — from the collection of an American almost as wealthy as the movie's monstrous newspaper mogul, though considerably more private.
With its 14,000-year-old red bison, Spain's Altamira cave paintings reopened to a handful of visitors Thursday, giving them a glimpse of some of the world's most spectacular prehistoric art.
A college student surnamed Huang was rushed to the hospital earlier this month following the sudden onset of severe symptoms including paralysis and loss of consciousness after his visit to an ice sculpture exhibition in Taipei.
Wines from a large South African co-operative and a boutique group in Washington state in the United States feature this week. KWV pioneered co-operative winegrowing in South Africa in 1918, the year Nelson Mandela was born. At the time the industry was young and struggling. Since the early 1990s when South Africa opened to the world after the end of apartheid, KWV has evolved into a global producer with sales in more than 100 countries. They source grapes from the country's best regions and KWV's website notes that these grapes come “from the world's oldest earth.”
Friday, February 28, 2014
A film casting a nostalgic eye on a former left-leaning president has become a box office phenomenon in South Korea, powered by what some see as growing discontent with Seoul's conservative political landscape.