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Nov 11Marrakech Chief on Selecting Arthouse Films With a Big Stress on the Word ‘Art’
Nov 11‘Tootsie’ Ending Broadway Run in January
Nov 11Paramount Lands Damien Chazelle’s ‘Babylon,’ Dates It for Christmas 2021
Nov 11Chris Pratt’s Sci-Fi Film ‘The Tomorrow War’ Gets Release Date
Nov 11ViacomCBS Exec Shuffle Signals Move Toward $500 Million in Synergy Goals
Nov 11TV News Roundup: Netflix Sets ‘You’ Season 2 Premiere Date
Nov 11Inaugural Gangneung Film Festival Pays Tribute to Pierre Rissient
Nov 11Joni Mitchell, Wayne Shorter Saluted by Chaka Khan, Others at Jazz Foundation Benefit
Nov 11‘Waves’ Cast Reflects on the Making of the Tragic Family Drama
Nov 11Writers Guild Continues to Slam Agencies Over Affiliate Ownership
Nov 11Gabriela Ortiz's 'Yanga' Makes Its Debut With The LA Philharmonic
Nov 11Robert Randolph And The Family Band: Raucous Rock Meets The Gospel Tradition
Nov 11Heat Check: Lived-In R&B, Rap And Ragga
Nov 11Jimmie Allen Announces Baby Girl is on the Way
Nov 11The Old Dominion Song That Thomas Rhett Wrote
Nov 11Nashville Squares Bonus Scenes: Melissa Peterman Fangirls Over Jimmie Allen’s Boozed-Up ‘Tequila’
Nov 11SESAC Salutes “Beautiful Crazy,” Songwriter of the Year Justin Ebach
Nov 11Do Not Rescue Miranda Lambert from These Flames
Nov 11The Bachelor, The Newcomer, and the Brand New Video
Nov 11How Hozier Wound Up on a Maren Morris Song
Nov 10Easton Corbin Honors Veterans Through Shelter Animal Rescue
Nov 10Miranda Lambert: From Wildcard to a Birthday Card
Nov 10'The Movie Musical!' Is A Symphony In Praise Of The 'Razzmatazz' Of The Genre
Nov 10'Alt.Latino' Playlist
Nov 9CMT Hot 20 Decade: “Wagon Wheel,” Darius Rucker
Nov 9In 'Like Falling Through A Cloud,' Eugenia Zukerman Explores Her Changing Mind
Nov 8'Tis Already The Season To Argue About 'Baby, It's Cold Outside'
Nov 8Ozzy Osbourne Announces First Solo Album In 10 Years, 'Ordinary Man'
Nov 8How Psychedelics Influenced Noah Gundersen's Latest Album, 'Lover'
Nov 8'I Found The Key': FKA Twigs Learns To Write For Her Voice On 'Magdalene'
Nov 8'I'm Different, But I'm From Here': Sudan Archives Reaches The End Of Her Beginning
Nov 8Dave: Tiny Desk Concert
Nov 8David Hasselhoff Is Still Big In Germany 30 Years After His Berlin Wall Show
Nov 7'Hittin' The Ramp' Traces Nat King Cole's Early Artistic Development
Nov 7Jessy Wilson Finds A Rock Vibe With Patrick Carney

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Marrakech Chief on Selecting Arthouse Films With a Big Stress on the Word ‘Art’
The 18th edition of the Marrakech Film Festival (Nov. 29-Dec. 7) – one of the leading cultural events in the Africa and Middle East region – will screen 98 films from 34 countries. The fest is also reinforcing its industry presence this year through the second edition of the Atlas Workshops, sponsored by Netflix, which […]
‘Tootsie’ Ending Broadway Run in January
“Tootsie,” the critically acclaimed musical adaptation of the 1982 classic film comedy, will play its final Broadway performance on Jan. 5, 2020. When it wraps up its run, the show will have logged 293 regular and 25 preview performances at the cavernous Marquis Theatre, where it sometimes labored to draw big crowds. Last week, “Tootsie” […]
Paramount Lands Damien Chazelle’s ‘Babylon,’ Dates It for Christmas 2021
Paramount Pictures has landed the worldwide rights to Damien Chazelle’s next feature film “Babylon,” sources tell Variety. Insiders add the studio has dated the film for a Dec. 25, 2021 limited release, with plans to go wide on Jan. 7. The release date puts in prime position for another awards season run for Chazelle, who […]
Chris Pratt’s Sci-Fi Film ‘The Tomorrow War’ Gets Release Date
Chris Pratt’s upcoming sci-fi actioner, which was recently retitled “The Tomorrow War,” has set a Christmas Day 2020 release date. The Paramount film was formerly titled “Ghost Draft.” It follows a man (played by Pratt) who is drafted to fight a future war in which the fate of humanity may rely on his ability to […]
ViacomCBS Exec Shuffle Signals Move Toward $500 Million in Synergy Goals
The latest cluster of high-level ViacomCBS executive announcements — which included CBS chief creative officer David Nevins and MTV/VH1 chief Chris McCarthy expanding their oversight, and Comedy Central head Kent Alterman exiting — likely constitutes the last round of public leadership shuffling ahead of the close of the Viacom-CBS transaction in early December, according to […]
TV News Roundup: Netflix Sets ‘You’ Season 2 Premiere Date
In today’s TV news roundup, Netflix announces the second season premiere date for “You,” and Quibi has named six more cast members joining its upcoming series “The Now.”  CASTING Samantha Richelle, Arthur Acuña (“Princess and I”), Nonie Buencamino (“Sparks”) and Ces Quesada (“Invisible”) have been cast in WGN’s upcoming drama “Almost Paradise.” The four members join previously announced lead cast […]
Inaugural Gangneung Film Festival Pays Tribute to Pierre Rissient
The opening ceremony of the first edition of the Gangneung International Film Festival was dominated by a tribute to the French film scout and festival selector Pierre Rissient, who died in May 2018. The new festival, 240 km from Seoul, counts former Busan festival co-founder Kim Dong-ho as its chairman and former Bucheon festival head […]
Joni Mitchell, Wayne Shorter Saluted by Chaka Khan, Others at Jazz Foundation Benefit
Joni Mitchell had a birthday party to end all birthday parties last year when her 70th was celebrated at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, but it seems safe to say that her famous friends are going to want to want to fete her every year. Three days after her 71st, Mitchell was the subject of a […]
‘Waves’ Cast Reflects on the Making of the Tragic Family Drama
“Waves,” a partially autobiographical film written and directed by Trey Edward Shults, is a visually arresting look at the fraying of an upper-middle class black family in South Florida in the aftermath of a violent tragedy. It examines themes of grief, domestic violence, substance abuse and modern-day pressures on kids to succeed. “Propelled by color, […]
Writers Guild Continues to Slam Agencies Over Affiliate Ownership
With the Writers Guild of America’s stalemate with talent agencies in its seventh month, the guild has doubled down on the issue of ownership of production. In a message to titled “The Truth About Agency Studios” sent to members Monday, the WGA’s negotiating committee blasted the leading agencies CAA, UTA and WME for owning the […]
Gabriela Ortiz's 'Yanga' Makes Its Debut With The LA Philharmonic
One of Mexico's most renowned classical composers, Ortiz's latest work was commissioned by Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic and inspired by Mexico's first liberator of slaves.
Robert Randolph And The Family Band: Raucous Rock Meets The Gospel Tradition
Hear a joyous and uplifting set, recorded live at the 20th annual Americana Music Festival & Conference in Nashville.
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