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Brazil's TV dream machine fueled by 7,000 people

In a Rio suburb, wealthy and beautiful heiresses, orphans and assassins lunch together in a mini-city where Globo television creates the soap operas that captivate more than 50 million Brazilians.

Brazil's TV dream machine fueled by 7,000 people
Hollywood immortalizes US disaster in Afghanistan
Hollywood immortalizes US disaster in Afghanistan

Hollywood has immortalized for post-Christmas release one of the deadliest incidents of the Afghan war: a Navy SEAL operation targeting a Islamist fighter that left 19 American soldiers dead.

Hollywood immortalizes US disaster in Afghanistan
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Egypt's first gay film, a sad affair that irks censors

Director Hany Fawzy's "Family Secrets," Egypt's first film about homosexuality, has hit a sensitive nerve with censors in this Muslim country where the topic is taboo.

Egypt's first gay film, a sad affair that irks censors
A shot from film <i>Harmony Lessons</i>
Emir Baigazin proclaimed Kazakhstan's Kim Ki-duk

The Kazakh premier of the most titled Kazakhstan’s movie Harmony Lessons of debuting film director Emir Baigazin took place in Almaty city on December 5.

Emir Baigazin proclaimed Kazakhstan's Kim Ki-duk
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Move over Dickens: TV series are new academic mainstay

Television series, once considered too low-brow to be worthy of academic study, have become a mainstay of university curricula and frequent fodder for critical analysis.

Move over Dickens: TV series are new academic mainstay
'Fast and Furious' star died of impact, fire
'Fast and Furious' star died of impact, fire

"Fast and Furious" star Paul Walker died from 'traumatic and thermal injuries" in a fiery car crash, coroners said Wednesday, fueling suggestions he may have survived the initial impact.

'Fast and Furious' star died of impact, fire
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Fifty Shades of Grey movie begins filming

The movie adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey, the bestselling erotic novel by E.L. James, has started filming in westernmost Canada.

Fifty Shades of Grey movie begins filming
Japan director turns to crowdfunding for anti-nuclear film
Japan director turns to crowdfunding for anti-nuclear film

Japanese film director Takafumi Ota had a problem. He needed studio financing for a film that was harshly critical of the nuclear industry in the aftermath of Fukushima, but no one was interested in funding his project the traditional way.

Japan director turns to crowdfunding for anti-nuclear film
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Hollywood film-shoots boost struggling Spanish islands

Barefoot young men in ragged clothes disembark from a 19th century-style whaling ship bobbing in the bay off the Spanish island of Gomera. Despite their shipwrecked appearance, they are here on business.

Hollywood film-shoots boost struggling Spanish islands
'It's not relief work in Sudan': Streep on acting
'It's not relief work in Sudan': Streep on acting

Meryl Streep is brilliant as a domineering, drug-addicted, cancer-suffering grandmother in her latest film "August: Osage County" but she won't pretend to have the worst job in the world.

'It's not relief work in Sudan': Streep on acting
Awarding of the winner. Photo courtesy of the <i>Kazakhfilm</i> press-service
Harmony Lessons awarded with Golden Unicorn at International Film Festival in France

Kazakhstan film Harmony Lessons by film director Emir Baigazin has been awarded with Grand-Prix Golden Unicorn at the 33th International Film Festival in France.

Harmony Lessons awarded with Golden Unicorn at International Film Festival in France
French zombie show takes top International Emmy prize
French zombie show takes top International Emmy prize

French series "Les Revenants" (The Returned) took the prize Monday evening for the best international drama series at the International Emmy Awards in New York.

French zombie show takes top International Emmy prize
N.American moviegoers devour 'Hunger Games' sequel
N.American moviegoers devour 'Hunger Games' sequel

"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" took in $161.1 million at the North American box office this weekend in one of the biggest movie debuts ever, industry estimates showed Sunday.

N.American moviegoers devour 'Hunger Games' sequel
"The Grandmaster", 11 nominations.Director Wong Kar-wai and cast members Zhang Ziyi , Song Hye-kyo and Tony Leung Chiu-wai. ©Reuters/Kim Hong-Ji
Stars gather in Taiwan for Chinese 'Oscars'

Stars from China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan gathered in Taipei on Saturday for this year's Golden Horse Film Awards with Wong Kar-wai's martial arts epic "The Grandmaster" leading the race with 11 nominations.

Stars gather in Taiwan for Chinese 'Oscars'
Cast members Tom Hiddleston (L), Chris Hemsworth (C) and Anthony Hopkins pose at the premiere of "Thor: The Dark World". ©Reuters/Mario Anzuoni
'Thor' stays Marvel-ous atop box office

Marvel superhero Thor hammered rivals for a second straight weekend at the North American box office, industry estimates showed Sunday.

'Thor' stays Marvel-ous atop box office
Lorraine Nicolson. ©Reuters
Daughter of Jack Nicolson to star in Akan Satayev's film

Akan Satayev, has chosen actors for the lead roles in his new film the Hacker.

Daughter of Jack Nicolson to star in Akan Satayev's film
A shot from film <i>Shal</i>
Two Kazakhstan films nominated for Asian Oscar

Kazakhstan films Shal (The Old Man) by Yermek Tursunov and Harmony Lessons by Emir Baigazin have been put on the nominees list of the 7th Asia Pacific Screen Awards.

Two Kazakhstan films nominated for Asian Oscar
'Hunger Games' get wet London premiere
'Hunger Games' get wet London premiere

The latest chapter of dystopian sci-fi saga "The Hunger Games" premiered in London on Monday, with Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence returning as the teenage heroine who inspires a revolution against sadistic rulers.

'Hunger Games' get wet London premiere
A shot from the movie <i>Shal</i>
Kazakhstan's Shal flim to participate in Black Nights fest

Shal (Old Man) movie by Kazakhstan director Yermek Tursunov was included into official program of the Tallinn Film Festival Black Nights.

Kazakhstan's Shal flim to participate in Black Nights fest
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Kazakhstan's Harmony Lessons receives Grand-Prix in Sao Paulo

Harmony Lessons film by Emir Baigazin from Kazakhstan has received the Grand-Prix of the 37th international Film Festival in Sao Paulo.

Kazakhstan's Harmony Lessons receives Grand-Prix in Sao Paulo