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Dec 15Refinery29 Lays Off 34 Staffers in Latest Sign of Digital-Media Malaise
Dec 15London Film Festival Director Clare Stewart Takes 2018 Sabbatical
Dec 15China’s Wanda Ready to Sue Over Financial Allegations
Dec 15Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Andrey Zvyagintsev, Gianfranco Rosi Booked for Qumra
Dec 15Berlin Film Festival’s Panorama Section Focuses on ‘Body Politics’ and ‘Resistance to Machismo’
Dec 15Canneseries to Open with Jean-Jacques Annaud’s ‘The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair’
Dec 15The More We Learn About ‘Dido and Aeneas,’ the Less We Know
Dec 15This Is The Kit: Tiny Desk Concert
Dec 15‘Guilty Men’ Sweeps Colombia’s 6th Macondo Awards
Dec 15British Singer Birdy Signs Publishing Deal With Warner/Chappell
Dec 15Wowow Acquires ‘The Good Doctor’ for Japan
Dec 15ECAM Pacts with Torino, Rotterdam on First Incubator Projects
Dec 14Vincent Nguini, Guitarist With Paul Simon, Dies at 65
Dec 14#MeToo Comes for a Hip-Hop Pioneer
Dec 14Emily Haines On World Cafe
Dec 14CMT Listen Up Reveals “18 for 2018”
Dec 14Kacey Musgraves Records Golden Hour at Sheryl Crow’s
Dec 14Sunny Murray, Influential Free-Jazz Drummer, Is Dead at 81
Dec 14Classical Music in NYC This Week
Dec 14Pop, Rock and Jazz in NYC This Week
Dec 14Pat DiNizio, Singer and Songwriter for the Smithereens, Dies at 62
Dec 14Luke Bryan: “This Is Good for the Soul”
Dec 14Pussy Riot Plays Its First Show In America
Dec 14SoundCloud's New Leader Is Focused On The Fundamentals
Dec 14Jerrod Niemann’s Redneck Delivery from Kansas
Dec 14The 25 Best Classical Music Recordings of 2017
Dec 14Stephen Thompson's Top 10 Albums Of 2017
Dec 14Robin Hilton's Top 10 Albums Of 2017
Dec 1410 Albums That Made 2017 Brighter
Dec 14Happy No More, Pharrell Williams and N.E.R.D Want to Wake You Up
Dec 14Nate Chinen's Top 10 (Actually 21) Albums Of 2017
Dec 14Ann Powers' Top 10 Underheard Albums Of 2017
Dec 14Bob Boilen's Top 10 Albums Of 2017
Dec 14More Women Come Forward To Accuse Russell Simmons Of Rape, Sexual Assault
Dec 14FCC Repeals 'Net Neutrality' Rules For Internet Providers
Dec 14Alvvays, 'Dreams Tonite' (Live)
Dec 13Music Mogul Russell Simmons Is Accused of Rape by 3 Women
Dec 13Genocide Survivors Compose a Requiem for Cambodia
Dec 13Russell Simmons’s Statement on Rape Allegations
Dec 13The North Mississippi Allstars On 'Mountain Stage'
Dec 13Kelsea Ballerini and Morgan Evans’ Tequila Wedding Toast
Dec 13For The Oklahoma City Zoo, Hippos Are A Christmas Tradition
Dec 13Boîte: A Cavernous Indie Music Club Opens in Brooklyn
Dec 13Review: Philharmonic Replies to $50 Million With ‘Hallelujah’
Dec 13The Best Live Jazz Performances of 2017
Dec 13Bon Jovi Leads 2018 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees: ‘It’s About Time’
Dec 13Kenny Chesney: “There’s No Blueprint”
Dec 13How Publix Keeps Carly Pearce Grounded
Dec 13Chris Lane: “Everybody Has an Old Flame”
Dec 13Dylan Scott Becomes a Father
Dec 13An Opera Star Walks Into a Karaoke Bar …
Dec 12The Philharmonic, Under New Management, Raises $50 Million — Fast
Dec 12Bryn Terfel Joins Cast Exodus From Met Opera’s New ‘Tosca’
Dec 12Critic’s Notebook: 30 Years Later, Three Bands From New York’s Downtown Scene Unite for One Night
Dec 12Is Sugarland “Still the Same”?
Dec 12‘Head Over Heels’ Sets Sights on Broadway, After San Francisco
Dec 12Chris Stapleton Has Week’s No. 1, No. 3 and No. 4 Country Albums
Dec 12If Thomas Rhett Shows Up at Your Front Door
Dec 12For Bailey Bryan, the Beauty Is in the Struggle
Dec 11Celebrating Barbara Cook’s Life With Songs and Stories
Dec 11That Decisive Moment: Brazen Virtuosity: The Week’s 8 Best Classical Music Moments on YouTube
Dec 11U2’s ‘Songs of Experience’ Tops Taylor Swift on the Billboard Chart
Dec 11Country Artists #StandWithKeaton
Dec 11Christoph Waltz, Directing Opera, Moves From Tarantino to Verdi
Dec 11Lightning Strikes at the End of Luke Bryan’s Pen
Dec 11Jana Kramer Opens Up About Pregnancy Loss
Dec 11All Keith Urban Wants for Christmas is Oz
Dec 11Florida Georgia Line Detail Plans for Creative Compound
Dec 11Last Weekend’s Greatest Hits
Dec 11Johnny Hallyday’s Fans Share Their Favorite Songs
Refinery29 Lays Off 34 Staffers in Latest Sign of Digital-Media Malaise
Refinery29 has pink-slipped 34 employees, with the digital media player citing a “challenging” advertising environment for the layoffs. The New York-based company said the cuts represent 7.5% of its workforce, leaving it with around 420 employees worldwide. Refinery29 targets young female audiences with a mix of news, lifestyle, and video content. Refinery29 co-founders and co-CEOs […]
London Film Festival Director Clare Stewart Takes 2018 Sabbatical
Clare Stewart will take a break from running the BFI London Film Festival, with Tricia Tuttle filling in as artistic director in 2018. Stewart has run six editions of LFF but will miss 2018 as she takes a year-long sabbatical. In other changes at LFF sparked by Stewart’s year out, Anne-Marie Flynn, currently head of business […]
China’s Wanda Ready to Sue Over Financial Allegations
China’s Dalian Wanda group has rebuffed social media suggestions that it is in financial difficulties. And it pulled back the curtains on new backlots at the Wanda Qingdao Studios. Wanda said that it had reported blog Baoyouqu to the police for slander. The site recently published an article headlined Wang Jianlin Meets his Waterloo. Wanda […]
Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Andrey Zvyagintsev, Gianfranco Rosi Booked for Qumra
Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev, whose “Loveless” is among nine titles shortlisted in this year’s foreign-language Oscar race, is one of three acclaimed helmers scheduled to give master classes and mentoring sessions during the Doha Film Institute’s annual Qumra event. The other Qumra “Masters” are Thai auteur Apichatpong Weerasethakul, the 2010 Cannes Palme d’Or winner for […]
Berlin Film Festival’s Panorama Section Focuses on ‘Body Politics’ and ‘Resistance to Machismo’
The first wave of films in the Berlin Film Festival’s Panorama section, which is dedicated to controversial and unconventional features, has been unveiled. With Paz Lazaro overseeing Panorama alongside Michael Stütz and Andreas Struck, it will focus on body politics and, with Weinstein and harassment still front-page news, “resistance to machismo.” Eleven films have been […]
Canneseries to Open with Jean-Jacques Annaud’s ‘The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair’
Jean-Jacques Annaud’s “The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair,” a show starring Patrick Dempsey (“Bridget Jones Baby”), Ben Schnetzer (“Snowden”) and Kristine Froseth, is set to open the inaugural edition of Canneseries on April 7. The 10-part television series, produced by MGM Television, Eagle Pictures and Barbary Films, will play out of competition. Based on […]
The More We Learn About ‘Dido and Aeneas,’ the Less We Know
A scholar reflects on new information — and new confusion — about Purcell’s operatic masterpiece over the past three decades.
This Is The Kit: Tiny Desk Concert
Effortless storytelling is at the heart of This Is The Kit. And the stories the band's only permanent member, Kate Stables, weaves are profound but sweet with a tone that quietly reels you in.
‘Guilty Men’ Sweeps Colombia’s 6th Macondo Awards
“Pariente” (Guilty Men), an edge-of-your-seat drama-thriller, swept Colombia’s 6th Macondo National Film Awards Thursday night at Bogota’s historic Teatro Faenza in a home-turf industry vote that marks a big local thumbs-up for Colombia’s current foreign-language Oscar submission. The first feature of Ivan D. Gaona – and marking him out for larger-scale fiction, such is the […]
British Singer Birdy Signs Publishing Deal With Warner/Chappell
Warner/Chappell Music, the publishing arm of Warner Music Group (WMG), has signed British singer and songwriter Birdy to a global publishing deal. Now 21, Birdy broke out at the age of 14 with a hit version of the song “Skinny Love.” She released her debut album via Atlantic Records UK in 2011 followed by 2013’s “Fire […]
Wowow Acquires ‘The Good Doctor’ for Japan
Wowow, Japan’s largest premium pay broadcaster, has acquired Golden Globe-nominated ABC series “The Good Doctor” from Sony Pictures Television. It will begin broadcasts in Japan from April 2018. Based on a hit 2013 Korean series, “The Good Doctor” is produced by SPT and ABC in association with Shore Z Productions, 3AD, and Entermedia. “The Good […]
ECAM Pacts with Torino, Rotterdam on First Incubator Projects
MADRID — In a pioneering move, the ECAM Madrid Film School has sealed pacts for movie projects from its startup The Incubator development program to be presented at the Rotterdam Lab and the Torino Film Lab. The agreements sees up-to-three titles from The Incubator’s first tranche of five feature projects being pitched at next November’s […]
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