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Feb 20Britain’s Cake Teams With Studio Moshi, Mexico’s Anima on Animated Series
Feb 20Berlin Profiles: Lars Kraume, Director of ‘The Silent Revolution’
Feb 20Hear A New Song Of Celebration From River Whyless
Feb 20Vivendi’s Canal Plus Group Creates Film Division
Feb 20Fox Offers Revised Sky News Commitment to British Competition Watchdog
Feb 20What’s Next for ‘Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812’
Feb 20Berlin Profile: Emily Atef Takes Snapshot of Romy Schneider in ‘3 Days in Quiberon’
Feb 20BBC Worldwide Sets Up ‘The Office’ in India
Feb 20Berlin Facetime: Actor Volker Bruch of ‘Babylon Berlin’
Feb 20Hong Kong Disneyland Proclaims Recovery, as Losses Deepen
Feb 19Brett Eldredge Tours the Nashville That Built Him
Feb 19An Unlikely Youth Revolution at the Paris Opera
Feb 19‘Black Panther’ Is No. 1 on the Album Charts, Too
Feb 19Watch Ping-Pong Make Its New York Philharmonic Debut
Feb 19Violin, Percussion … and Ping-Pong?
Feb 19Nashville Trivia: Season 6, Episode 7: Can’t Help But Wonder Where I’m Bound
Feb 19Last Weekend’s Greatest Hits
Feb 19World Cafe Nashville: Idle Bloom
Feb 19All Songs +1: Rejjie Snow Talks Black-Irish Identity, Relationships and Bad Rap
Feb 19First Listen: Turnstile, 'Time & Space'
Feb 19Big Daddy Kane: Tiny Desk Concert
Feb 18A Female Composers’ Competition Announces Its First Winners
Feb 18Cultured Traveler: Retracing America’s Musical Canvas
Feb 18George London Awards Given to Six Young Singers
Feb 18Hear How ‘Mozart in the Jungle’ Became a New-Music Showcase
Feb 18Afro-Latino Musical Traditions
Feb 18John Corigliano On Composing At 80: 'An Adagio Is What I Look For'
Feb 17Jake Shears, of Scissor Sisters, Stages His Own Comeback
Feb 17Elise LeGrow's 'Playing Chess' Honors Blues And R&B Greats
Feb 16A Town In Mexico Sees Guitar Sales Soar Thanks To The Movie 'Coco'
Feb 16The Music From Nashville on CMT
Feb 16Nipsey Hussle Tells The Epic Stories Behind 'Victory Lap,' Track By Track
Feb 16Spanglish Fly's 'Ay Que Boogaloo' Is A Melting Pot Of Music
Feb 16A Warm Nashville Day Made Sunnier by Thomas Rhett Double Celebration
Feb 16That Decisive Moment: Yannick, Sooner: The 8 Best Classical Music Moments of the Week on YouTube
Feb 16Drake Sprinkles Good Deeds Across Miami In Video For 'God's Plan'
Feb 16Critic’s Notebook: Coming Next Week, on Back-to-Back Nights: Operatic Royalty
Feb 16Popcast: The Complex Intersection Where Rap and the Legal System Collide
Feb 16Lana Del Rey On World Cafe
Feb 16Reggaeton In The Age of #MeToo
Feb 16Dustin Lynch Sings Brad Paisley’s Praises
Feb 16Nashville: The Big Moments From Season 6 Episode 7
Feb 16Playlist: The Playlist: Frank Ocean Rescues ‘Moon River,’ and 10 More New Songs
Feb 16World Trade Center Arts Space Gets a Lease, and a Leader
Feb 16Morgan Evans on His Nashville Firsts
Feb 16An Organ — and Soon Another — Lands on Broadway
Feb 16The Thistle & Shamrock: ThistleRadio Classics
Feb 16An Opera Star’s Song Cycle Conjures a Black Man’s Life in America
Feb 16How an Indie-Rock Star Is Made in 2018
Feb 16A Multiplex Where ‘Black Panther’ Plays Next Door to Experimental Music
Feb 16Kip Moore Celebrates “More Girls Like You” in Nashville
Feb 16The Downtown Farmer: Grapefruit Brûlée French Toast
Feb 158 Classical Music Concerts to See in NYC This Weekend
Feb 1513 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in NYC This Weekend
Feb 15Kelsea Ballerini Shines at the Ryman Auditorium
Feb 15The Carpetbagger: The Agony, Absurdity and Ecstasy of the Oscar for Best Song
Feb 15Review: Restrained Wagner at the New York Philharmonic
Feb 15PHOTOS: All for the Hall Returns to New York
Feb 15Why Lauren Alaina’s “Three” Was the One
Feb 15Yannick Nézet-Séguin Will Lead the Met Opera, Two Years Early
Feb 15Chris Janson on Real Men and Real Love
Feb 15Brett Young Marks Four Years in Nashville with No. 1 Party
Feb 15Review: ‘Honor Up’ Offers a Raw View of Gangster Life
Feb 14Tom Rapp, the Voice of Pearls Before Swine, Is Dead at 70
Feb 14Blake Shelton Makes a Splash at Delta’s Landing
Feb 14Cardi B Wins New York Fashion Week
Feb 14Beyoncé Songs Come to the Olympics. But Who Pays for the Rights?
Feb 14It Took Trump to Make Superchunk Go Political
Feb 14Dan + Shay + Tequila
Feb 14Album Review: Kendrick Lamar Gives ‘Black Panther’ a Weighty Soundtrack
Britain’s Cake Teams With Studio Moshi, Mexico’s Anima on Animated Series
British production company CAKE is teaming with Australia’s Studio Moshi, Mexico’s Ánima and Ireland’s Gingerbread Animation on a new animated comedy series for children. “Space Chickens in Space” has been commissioned by Disney EMEA and Australia’s Channel 9. CAKE, the London-based independent which specialises in children’s and family programming, announced the start of production on […]
Berlin Profiles: Lars Kraume, Director of ‘The Silent Revolution’
Lars Kraume revisits postwar German history in “The Silent Revolution,” a story of idealistic young pupils in East Germany who, in 1956, unite in solidarity to honor the victims of the Hungarian uprising against the country’s communist regime and Soviet military. Based on real events, the story is set around the same time as Kraume’s […]
Hear A New Song Of Celebration From River Whyless
There's brilliant new music from the Asheville-based quartet. The song, "Van Dyke Brown," is a revelatory coming-of-age tune.
Vivendi’s Canal Plus Group Creates Film Division
BERLIN — Vivendi-owned Canal Plus Group, Europe’s second largest pay TV operator and owner of Studiocanal, the European production-distribution powerhouse, has made key promotions and appointments in a drive to ramp up its premium content production and ownership,. Maxime Saada, CEO of the Canal Plus Group, has been appointed chairman of Studiocanal. With Studiocanal CEO […]
Fox Offers Revised Sky News Commitment to British Competition Watchdog
  21st Century Fox has offered “revised undertakings” in its commitment to a Sky-branded news service.  In a latest attempt to help smooth the course for its proposed $15 billion takeover of pan-European satcaster Sky, Fox has sent a letter to Britain’s Competitions and Markets Authority proposing an extended commitment to maintain Sky News for […]
What’s Next for ‘Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812’
On Broadway, “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812” burned brightly and flared out fast — but producers are hoping a string of international productions keep the title in orbit. A new production in Tokyo, opening in January 2019, is just the first sighting of “Great Comet” outside of New York. At around the […]
Berlin Profile: Emily Atef Takes Snapshot of Romy Schneider in ‘3 Days in Quiberon’
In “3 Days in Quiberon,” Berlin-based filmmaker Emily Atef captures a key moment in the turbulent life of the late actress Romy Schneider, a cinematic icon in Germany and France. The Berlinale competition screener focuses less on Schneider the star and more on a person in the midst of a life crisis, according to Atef. “3 Days in Quiberon,” […]
BBC Worldwide Sets Up ‘The Office’ in India
BBC Worldwide has sold the format to mockumentary sitcom “The Office” to India, it announced Tuesday at its showcase event in Liverpool. The format was acquired for India by Aditya Birla Group’s Applause Entertainment. Created in 2001 for the BBC by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant “The Office” ran just two seasons followed by a […]
Berlin Facetime: Actor Volker Bruch of ‘Babylon Berlin’
Volker Bruch’s career has been on the rise for the past decade but it was his major role in “Babylon Berlin,” Germany’s biggest-budgeted TV series, that cemented his status as one of the country’s leading stars. Bruch plays Gereon Rath, a haunted and drug-addicted young police commissioner in 1920s Berlin who is investigating a pornography […]
Hong Kong Disneyland Proclaims Recovery, as Losses Deepen
Asian theme park, Hong Kong Disneyland is “back on (a) trajectory of growth,” operators proclaimed on Tuesday. But losses in 2017 doubled to $44.4 million (HK$345 million) in the year to September 2017, up from $22 million (HK171 million in 2015-2016). The park, which is 47% owned by Disney, last year opened its doors to […]
Brett Eldredge Tours the Nashville That Built Him
Brett Eldredge just wrapped the first weekend of Blake Shelton’s Country Music Freaks Tour, kicking off what promises to be another exciting year on the road. His first headlining tour The Long Way Tour with Devin Dawson and Jillian Jacqueline launches in New Jersey on April 5. But between gigs when Eldredge returns to Nashville,...
An Unlikely Youth Revolution at the Paris Opera
Nearly 100,000 people younger than 28 came to see the centuries-old company last season, contradicting a worldwide trend of aging opera audiences.
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