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May 19Diao Yinan on Cannes Pic ‘Wild Goose Lake’: ‘I Try to Portray the Opposite of a Utopia’
May 19Making Movies And Rubén Blades Trace Stories Of Immigrant Injustice With 'Ameri'kana'
May 19Robert Pattinson, Shailene Woodley Attend Starry Vanity Fair Party in Cannes
May 19Robert Pattinson: ‘The Lighthouse’ Rehearsal Was a ‘Pressure Cooker’
May 19FilmSharks Scores Intl. Sales-Remake Rights for Fernando Spiner’s ‘Immortal’
May 19Dimitri Vegas Talks ‘Rambo V: Last Blood’ Role, Working With Sylvester Stallone
May 19Japan’s Toei Animation Teams With Saudi’s Manga Productions on ‘The Journey’
May 19Cannes Film Review: ‘Joan of Arc’
May 19DJ Khaled’s Got Clout, Recruits Giants of Hip-Hop and R&B for ‘SNL’ Performance (Watch)
May 19Rosie Day, Harriet Sanson Harris, Natalia Tena Set For Juanma Bajo Ulloa’s Thriller ‘Baby’ (EXCLUSIVE)
May 18New Horizons’ Polish Days Goes to Cannes With Five Films in Progress
May 18The Netherlands Wins Eurovision Without Usual Kitsch or Gimmicks
May 18Duncan Laurence From The Netherlands Wins Eurovision 2019
May 18Playlist: The Playlist: Slipknot Roars Back to Life, and 9 More New Songs
May 18Eurovision 2019 Concludes
May 18That Decisive Moment: A Label in Need: The Week in Classical Music
May 18On His 67th Birthday, George Strait’s Got You Covered
May 17CRITIC’s notebook: Listening to the Throbbing of the Stars
May 17Meredith Monk’s Fantasy of Fascism, Newly Restored
May 17Rolling Stones Reschedule Tour Dates as Jagger Bounces Back From Surgery
May 17David Byrne Is Coming to Broadway
May 17Five at Five: Lauren Alaina Rocks Nashville Symphony Fashion Show + Mavis Staples Welcomes Margo Price, Jason Isbell at the Ryman
May 17Lens: These Portraits of Metalheads Go to 11
May 17What Is Actually Happening With Britney Spears?
May 17Sunday Routine: How the Members of the Band AJR Spend Their Sundays
May 17Lanco: The Vineyard Conversation
May 17EXCLUSIVE: Randy Travis Gives His All for Forever and Ever, Amen
May 17The Head And The Heart's 'Living Mirage' Has An Emphasis On Starting Fresh
May 17Vampire Weekend's 'Father Of The Bride' Puts A Light Touch On Heavy Topics
May 17Lil Nas X's 'Old Town Road' Video Is Here To Lasso The Yeehaw Agenda
May 17'How Shostakovich Changed My Mind' Touches On The Music-Body Connection
May 17DJ Khaled Takes Nipsey Hussle 'Higher'
May 17Caught in the Middle of #MeToo: Unions That Represent Accusers and Accused
May 17Chance The Rapper Shops For 'Groceries' With Meme Rap
May 17New Music Friday: Our Top 6 Albums Out May 17
May 16Bruce Springsteen Channels Roy Orbison In 'There Goes My Miracle'
May 16Five at Five: CMT Next Women of Country at CMA Fest + Tyler Childers’ Country Squire Arrives Aug. 2
May 1612 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend
May 166 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
May 16Meet Quinn Christopherson, Winner Of The 2019 Tiny Desk Contest
May 16The Tim O'Brien Band On Mountain Stage
May 16Yola Walked Through Fire And Came Out Singing
May 16Raveena Emerges 'Stronger' And Announces Her Debut Album
May 16This Is How Nashville Does Napa Valley, Part II
May 16StyLes Q. and A.: Rewinding ‘Beats in Space,’ the Influential Radio Show
May 16CMT Music Awards: Little Big Town on Encore Hosting Gig
May 16Tame Impala Makes Music for Loners. But Now Kevin Parker Plays the World’s Biggest Stages.
May 16Evan Dando Knows He’s Lucky
May 15Organizers of Woodstock Anniversary Concert Win Partial Victory in Court
May 15Eva de La O, Soprano Who Promoted Hispanic Composers, Dies at 88
May 15Five at Five: Clare Bowen Arrives July 12 + Shania Twain’s Next Film Role
May 15Album Review: For Jamila Woods, History Is Today’s Inspiration and Tomorrow’s Blueprint
May 15Reimagining the ’70s Tehran Music Scene, One Party at a Time
May 15When Grunge Made Blue-Collar Culture Cool
May 15Brad Paisley: The Vineyard Conversation
May 15CMT Music Awards: Carrie Underwood, Dan + Shay, Kane Brown Among First Round Performers
May 14Doris Day, Movie Star Who Charmed America, Dies at 97
May 14Critic’s Notebook: Bored of the ‘Ring’
May 14Eurovision Arrives in Tel Aviv, in Range of Rockets and the Focus of Protests
May 14Popcast: Vampire Weekend, Indie Rock Heretics Turned Anxious Jam Band
May 13Vampire Weekend Returns to No. 1 With the Year’s Best Week for a Rock Album
May 13Review: Tribute or Rip-off? ‘Original Sound’ Looks at the Line
May 13Megan Mullally and Stephanie Hunt’s Choreographed Antics Are Giving Cabaret a Jolt
May 12Critic’s Pick: Review: ‘El Cimarrón’ Weaves Politics and Music in a Runaway Slave’s Tale

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Diao Yinan on Cannes Pic ‘Wild Goose Lake’: ‘I Try to Portray the Opposite of a Utopia’
In competition in Cannes with “Wild Goose Lake,” director Diao Yinan explained Sunday why he’s fascinated by dark crime thrillers – and why his new film features dialogue in China’s Wuhan dialect. “Such thrillers are not only an exercise in style; they’re also full of dramatic tension, and when you combine style with dramatic tension, […]
Making Movies And Rubén Blades Trace Stories Of Immigrant Injustice With 'Ameri'kana'
Latino star Rubén Blades teams up with Making Movies to addresses themes of injustices in the collaborative album Ameri'kana.
Robert Pattinson, Shailene Woodley Attend Starry Vanity Fair Party in Cannes
It’s true what they say about Batman being a loner. On Saturday night, Robert Pattinson made his first public appearance since being cast as the new Dark Knight at this year’s Vanity Fair Party in celebration of the Cannes Film Festival. But while all the other A-list guests mingled and worked the crowd at the […]
Robert Pattinson: ‘The Lighthouse’ Rehearsal Was a ‘Pressure Cooker’
Rehearsal for director Robert Eggers’ “The Lighthouse” wasn’t as long as Robert Pattinson remembers. “I’ve never rehearsed like I rehearsed with Robert before,” Pattinson said at the first screening of the period thriller on Sunday morning. “We rehearsed for what, three weeks?” Actually, no—it was only one week! “One, but it felt like three to […]
FilmSharks Scores Intl. Sales-Remake Rights for Fernando Spiner’s ‘Immortal’
Guido Rud’s Buenos Aires-based FilmSharks International has acquired global sales and remake rights to renowned Latin American genre director Fernando Spiner’s latest feature “Immortal,” which participated in this year’s Blood Window Showcase at the Cannes Film Market. Included in the deal, FilmSharks also picked up Spiner’s sci-fi catalog which includes “Sleepwalker” and “Adiós querida luna.” […]
Dimitri Vegas Talks ‘Rambo V: Last Blood’ Role, Working With Sylvester Stallone
Dimitri Thivaios, better known as dance music’s Dimitri Vegas, is taking his skills beyond the DJ booth, picking up a major film role in the forthcoming “Rambo V: Last Blood.” The Belgium-born Thivaios, who headlines massive EDM festivals like Tomorrowland with his brother Michael (they perform under the banner Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike), has […]
Japan’s Toei Animation Teams With Saudi’s Manga Productions on ‘The Journey’
In an industry-building effort for Saudi Arabia, new Saudi animation studio Manga Productions has teamed up with Japan’s Toei Animation on a $10 million to $15 million animation feature titled “The Journey,” an epic based on Saudi folklore to be directed by Shizuno Kobun, whose credits include “Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle.”  Manga […]
Cannes Film Review: ‘Joan of Arc’
You have to hand it to Bruno Dumont, France’s dark prince of dour auteurism: He never makes the same film twice, even when he does, to all intents and purposes, make the same film twice. Two years ago, he offered his own singular contribution to cinema’s well-stocked canon of Joan of Arc dramas: As a […]
DJ Khaled’s Got Clout, Recruits Giants of Hip-Hop and R&B for ‘SNL’ Performance (Watch)
DJ Khaled proved his clout by recruiting nearly a dozen giants of hip-hop and R&B for his two-song performance on the season finale of “Saturday Night Live.” The rapper-producer-DJ released his latest album, “Father of Asahd,” on May 17. It features many of the rappers who joined him on stage for a succession of medleys, […]
Rosie Day, Harriet Sanson Harris, Natalia Tena Set For Juanma Bajo Ulloa’s Thriller ‘Baby’ (EXCLUSIVE)
CANNES– Rosie Day (“Outlander”), Harriet Sanson Harris (“Phantom Thread”) and Natalia Tena (“Game of Thrones”) will star in Spaniard Juanma Bajo Ulloa’s psychological thriller “Baby,” Variety has learned exclusively. The project will be pitched on May 19 at Fantastic 7, a new Cannes initiative seeing seven of the world’s most prestigious fantastic festivals back and […]
New Horizons’ Polish Days Goes to Cannes With Five Films in Progress
CANNES  —  Buoyed by a wave of international successes, including Pawel Pawlikowski’s 2019 foreign-language Oscar nominee “Cold War,” Polish cinema will get a fitting showcase Sunday morning with the presentation of five new projects at New Horizons’ Polish Days Goes to Cannes. Organized in conjunction with the Polish Film Institute, Polish Days is the most important […]
The Netherlands Wins Eurovision Without Usual Kitsch or Gimmicks
Behind the scenes of this year’s song contest, the usual political tensions between Israel and Palestinians played out.
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