23 november 2016, 20:35"Moonlight" to top Spirit Awards nominations
21 november 2016, 00:04Cruz, Bardem to star in Iranian director's film
16 november 2016, 21:04McConaughey gains weight for his role in 'Gold'
25 august 2016, 17:19Bogan, ranga, rurosexual added to Australian dictionary
12 august 2016, 16:33'Star Wars' trailer teases return of Darth Vader
12 may 2016, 15:06Art not sex, Pakistan's dancers take a stand
06 april 2016, 21:42'Brainy TV' set to triumph over reality's race to the bottom
28 march 2016, 14:07De Niro yanks anti-vaccine documentary from film fest
25 march 2016, 15:13The rise of on-demand viewing divides Hollywood
11 march 2016, 17:43Please forgive me? Egypt customs deface Bryan Adams' guitar
05 march 2016, 15:19Tenor Alagna saves Met Opera but risks his voice
05 march 2016, 15:12Lady Gaga says suffers 'paralyzing fear' from rape
04 march 2016, 16:25World's costliest train station opens in NY at 9/11 site
20 january 2016, 17:12Emir Baigazin's The Wounded Angel selected for Berlinale
25 november 2015, 11:22Kazakhstani crew about Bekmambetov's new movie
24 november 2015, 20:03Spectre dubbed in Kazakh in one week
23 november 2015, 17:27La Bayadere premiers at Astana Opera for Christmas
05 november 2015, 13:46Teen fans greet world premiere of final 'Hunger Games' movie
04 november 2015, 15:29Cheers, kisses as Rome's Trevi Fountain reopens
03 november 2015, 16:12Trump publishes new book 'Crippled America'
03 november 2015, 13:27Adele breaks record with million song downloads
03 november 2015, 00:58Principal dancers of Mariinsky Theater perform in Astana Opera
26 october 2015, 11:51Daniel Craig: is the blond Bond getting bored?
23 october 2015, 14:16Elton John reunites with band for new album
20 october 2015, 14:04Kanye West surprises with two newly-released songs
17 october 2015, 17:42Celine Dion appeal for new songs receives 4,000 submissions
17 october 2015, 16:19Mario Ruiz releases God of War track prior Golovkin-Lemieux fight
15 october 2015, 15:47Spielberg flick brings Soviet spy story to life
14 october 2015, 15:29Jamaican author Marlon James wins Man Booker Prize
12 october 2015, 16:27'The Martian' stranded atop box office
12 october 2015, 13:33Beyonce, Billie Holiday: Michelle Obama reveals favorites
10 october 2015, 14:06P. J. Harvey releases first poetry collection
08 october 2015, 20:59Zurab Tsereteli's personal exhibition opens in Almaty
07 october 2015, 13:47'Twilight' marks 10th anniversary with a twist: a gender swap
06 october 2015, 15:11Beyonce in brief superstar collaboration
02 october 2015, 19:51Concert of Sofia Rahman and Tynybekov twins to take place in Almaty and Astana
02 october 2015, 15:50'Most valuable art collection ever' on show in Hong Kong
30 september 2015, 14:42Noreum Machi bring traditional Korean music to Astana Opera on October 4
29 september 2015, 19:40Emir Baigazin to confess his love for Almaty in his new film Over the City
25 september 2015, 18:03Kazakhstani singer Luina fails to advance to Rising Star Turkiye final
21 september 2015, 18:16Yermek Tursunov's Stranger premiers at Toronto Film Festival
21 september 2015, 16:56Kazakh director Bekmambetov's film wins in Toronto
21 september 2015, 16:44Kazakhstan's singer Luina advances in Rising Star Turkiye show
21 september 2015, 16:20Eurasian International Film Festival: from child marriage to art fantasy
21 september 2015, 15:25'Maze Runner' sequel debuts atop N. America box office
16 september 2015, 15:26Fans flock to honour queen of crime fiction Agatha Christie
15 september 2015, 20:18First Nepali film created with Kazakhstani cinematographer wins FEDEORA award in Venice
11 september 2015, 16:58Japan author Murakami releases latest book
10 september 2015, 18:01Karaganda native advances to battle round at Russian Voice contest
05 september 2015, 16:04Britain's Emily Watson to be honoured at San Sebastian festival
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