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'Political Animals': the lesbian legacy of gay icon Harvey Milk
Forged in the white heat of California's gay and lesbian counter-culture, the political careers of four women have changed the course of history for members of the LGBT community.
Lines to the 'Max' for 'Saved by the Bell' pop-up restaurant
Fans of the old TV show "Saved by the Bell" are getting a chance to step back in time and feel like part of their favorite `90s high school sitcom gang. But chances are they are eating better than the kids at Bayside High ever did.
Venture Central Europe in theaters this summer
Entering its third year, the annual V4 Central European Film Festival (V4中歐電影節) brings audiences in Taiwan a film from each of the nations in the Visegrád Group.
'Love Story' and beyond: A few classic romantic tearjerkers
LOS ANGELES -- When was the last time you had a good cry at the movies? Here are some romantic classics to prepare those tear ducts for maximum waterworks. So stock up on your tissues and get ready for the feels-so-good despair.
Cruz is 1st SE Asian to receive Star Asia award
Filipino actor John Lloyd Cruz is one of three recipients of the Star Asia award, to be given during the 15th New York Asian Film Festival, which will be held in the United States from June 22 to July 5.
More than 1,500 props from award-winning TV show 'Mad Men' go on sale in auction
More than 1,500 props from the award-winning television show "Mad Men" went on auction Wednesday in an online sale driven by fan excitement around the world.
Director Carney apologizes for slamming Keira Knightley
"Begin Again" director John Carney has apologized for slamming actress Keira Knightley in a recent interview in which he negatively compared her to "a supermodel."
'Mary Poppins' returns to screen with Blunt in '18
Britain's beloved cinematic singing nanny Mary Poppins will once again grace the big screens, this time with Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator and star of the Broadway smash-hit "Hamilton," as her sidekick, Walt Disney Co said on Tuesday.
From rom-coms to urban thrillers and political documentaries, American independent filmmakers are representing the diversity of human experience with a commitment that shines a light on Hollywood's narrow outlook.
Veteran actress Jodie Foster sets her sights on directing after 50 years in the spotlight
Hollywood star Jodie Foster is setting her sights on directing more movies as she marks half a century in the spotlight, although has no plans to completely quit acting.
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