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LGBT Film Festival celebrates 'Queermosa'
The first LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) Film Festival in Taiwan -- the Taiwan International Queer Film Festival (TIQFF, 台灣國際酷兒影展) -- has another first in the making. Returning for its third year, from Oct. 22 to Oct. 30 in Taipei, the festival consists this year not only of film screenings and panel discussions, but, for the first time, will also include the Queermosa Awards (酷摩沙獎). The awards celebrate individuals who have contributed to the LGBT community and their work.
A gripping drama depicting the harrowing plight of Afghan refugees is targeting Oscars history as it vies for the top prize at Asia's premier film festival this week.
Legendary director Andrzej Wajda dies at 90
A legend in the world of cinema, Polish film director Andrzej Wajda died on Sunday aged 90, leaving behind an opus of acclaimed films inspired by his country's turbulent history.
NBC suspends Billy Bush for role on Trump tape
NBC on Sunday suspended "Today" show personality Billy Bush indefinitely after he was caught on a videotape from 2005 in a crude conversation about women with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
'Girl on the Train' steamrolls 'Birth of a Nation' at the North American box office
Propelled by the popularity of Paula Hawkins' best-seller, the fast-tracked big-screen adaptation of "The Girl on the Train" led North American theaters in ticket sales with US$24.7 million, according to studio estimates Sunday. Less successful was Nate Parker's Nat Turner biopic "The Birth of a Nation," which moviegoers largely greeted with a shrug after a 17-year-old rape allegation resurfaced against its star and director.
A documentary that takes an intimate look at the daily dramas of foreign domestic workers has premiered at Asia's largest film festival, with its director pushing a fresh perspective on the millions employed in homes across the globe.
'Queen of Katwe' premiere
Actress Lupita Nyong'o poses for photographers upon arrival at the premiere of the film "Queen of Katwe," during the London Film Festival in London, Sunday, Oct. 9.
Strangers in the night
This undated image provided by the Milwaukee Art Museum shows the Ernst Stern and Paul Leni poster for "The Burning Soil (Der brennende acker), 1922. The poster is part of the museum's upcoming "Haunted Screens" exhibition.
'Inferno' premiere
From left, Ben Foster, Sidse Babett Knudsen, director Ron Howard, Tom Hanks, Ana Ularu, Felicity Jones, Omar Sy, Irrfan Khan, and writer Dan Brown, pose for a group photo at the premiere of the movie "Inferno," based on a novel by Dan Brown, at the opera house in Florence, Italy, Saturday, Oct. 8.
Lumiere Festival opens
Italian actress Monica Bellucci poses for photographers as she arrives at the opening ceremony of the 8th Lumiere Festival, in Lyon, central France, Saturday, Oct. 8.
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