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At leading US music school, a quest to revive French influence

Aspen - The music teachers spending the summer in the mountain air of Aspen can tell you all about that most famous instructor of them all, Nadia Boulanger, the Parisian whose roster of pupils reads like a historical list of 20th-century composers.

McQueen, suicide and the dark side of the celebrity fairy tale

Los Angeles - When celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain and fashion icon Kate Spade killed themselves within the space of three days in June, many couldn't fathom the tragedy of two people who seemed to have it all.

Weinstein Co. sale finalized, owners Lantern take over

New York - Harvey Weinstein's one-time production company no longer exists. On Monday, its new owners confirmed they had concluded the purchase of The Weinstein Company and introduced its successor, Lantern Entertainment.

Thailand cave rescue to be turned into Hollywood movie

Los Angeles - The mission to rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach from a Thai cave is to get the Hollywood treatment in a movie announced by faith-based production house Pure Flix.

Ingmar Bergman, portrayer of inner demons, 100 years on

Stockholm - Ingmar Bergman, one of the most distinguished filmmakers of his generation whose melancholic work is often tough-to-digest but celebrated, still captivates audiences as much as he puts off his critics. July 14 would have been his 100th birthday.

Rolling Stones asked to support anti-government protests in Poland

Warsaw - Poland's anti-communist freedom icon Lech Walesa on Saturday urged legendary rockers the Rolling Stones to support Poles "defending freedom" amid sweeping judicial reforms that critics insist undermine democracy.

Stephen Ditko, Spider-Man co-creator, dies at 90

New York - US comics artist Stephen Ditko, co-creator of Marvel superheroes Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, has died. He was 90.Police in New York said he was found in his apartment on June 29, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Chilean film director apologises over harassment claims

Santiago - A Chilean film director accused of sexual harassment by eight actresses apologized for his actions on Monday but denied being a sex pest.

Weinstein indicted for sex crimes against third woman

New York - Harvey Weinstein is now facing rape and sexual assault charges against a total of three women, New York prosecutors announced Monday as they build a high-stakes legal battle against the disgraced Hollywood mogul.

Fire engulfs celebrated TV drama set in Istanbul: official

Istanbul - A celebrated outdoor film set in Istanbul, used in a number of top-rating Turkish soap dramas, caught fire on Friday but there were no casualties, local officials said.

Michael Jackson returns posthumously on Drake album

New York - Nearly a decade after his death, Michael Jackson is out with new music in a guest appearance on the keenly awaited new album by Drake.

Michael Jackson returns posthumously on Drake album

New York - Michael Jackson returned posthumously Friday with new music as the late King of Pop starred on the new album by Drake.

Joe Jackson, iron-willed music patriarch, dead at 89

New York - Joe Jackson, the patriarch of music superstars whose iron-fisted guidance both shaped his children's success and traumatized them, died Wednesday, family members said. He was 89.

Jackson 5 patriarch Joe Jackson dead at 89: family

Los Angeles - Joe Jackson, the father of Michael Jackson who created the Jackson 5 music family with iron will, died Wednesday, family members said. He was 89.

Mexican stars hope for change in elections

Mexico - Some of Mexico's most famous actors, musicians and activists talked politics with AFP as the country readied for historic elections Sunday that have been marred by record levels of violence.

'The Catcher was a Spy': Moe Berg's double life as secret agent

Los Angeles - Baseball pro Moe Berg wasn't much of a star in the diamond but he was an MVP in the theater of war, risking his life behind enemy lines as an Allied spy.

'Fallen Kingdom' caps 25 years of 'Jurassic' thrills

Los Angeles - "God creates dinosaurs, God destroys dinosaurs, God creates Man, Man kills God, Man brings back dinosaurs," Jeff Goldblum deadpanned in "Jurassic Park," released 25 years ago this week.

The 'Black Panther' actor who is an undocumented 'Dreamer'

Los Angeles - On the hit sitcom "The Good Place," Bambadjan Bamba plays an eternal being in the afterlife. In reality, the Ivorian actor is living in limbo in the United States as an undocumented immigrant.

New film explores war's dark shadow over Croatian youth

Zagreb - "Mum, am I a Srbenka?" Nina Batinic recalls asking as a seven-year-old in a new film that highlights Croatia's still fragile inter-ethnic relations more than two decades on from the country's bloody war.

Hollywood plans Bob Marley biopic

New York - The story of Bob Marley, the Jamaican superstar who in his short life brought reggae into the global mainstream, is set to become a Hollywood biopic.

Daughter blasts biopic of tragic film star Romy Schneider

Paris - The family of the tragic star Romy Schneider have attacked a new movie about the actress which they claim paints her as an alcoholic.

'Look Away': Songwriter sued over Chicago hit

Los Angeles - Thirty years after the band Chicago hit number one with the ballad "Look Away," a man who was just a teen back then is suing to say that he wrote the song.

Harvey Weinstein set to plead not guilty in NY

New York - Fallen movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was expected to plead not guilty Tuesday to rape and sexual assault charges in New York, opening a legal battle for the #MeToo movement that dreams of seeing him behind bars.

Superstar Gergiev makes no apologies for singing Putin's praises

Paris - Russia has two tsars, one in the Kremlin and the other who sits equally imperiously on the throne of the Mariinsky theatre in St Petersburg as the country's biggest classical music star.

Harvey Weinstein hit with new accusations of sexual assault

New York - Three actresses filed a new lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein on Friday alleging sexual assault and urged other victims of the disgraced Hollywood producer to come forward and join their complaint.

May the flop be with you: inquest begins after 'Solo' washout

Los Angeles - With "Solo: A Star Wars Story" proving an intergalactic dud on its opening weekend, analysts have been pondering whether Lucasfilm's enviable license to print money might just have expired.

Golden age for Kylie as Australia's pop princess turns 50

Sydney - From teenage soap sensation to pop royalty, over Kylie Minogue's three-decade career she has sold 80 million records, survived breast cancer and become a gay icon whose fanbase spans generations.

Filmmaker, AIDS orphan Carla Simon on Spain's 'lost generation'

Los Angeles - Catalan filmmaker Carla Simon remembers little of the day that, aged six, she joined the ranks of countless orphans left behind by Spain's "lost generation" of AIDS victims.

From Hollywood 'God' to #MeToo pariah: the disgrace of Weinstein

New York - For decades, he was the kingmaker lording it over Hollywood who Meryl Streep famously called "God." But on Friday, Harvey Weinstein was arrested and charged with rape, the most famous pariah of the #MeToo cause.

Weinstein arraigned in New York for rape, criminal sex act

New York - Disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein was arraigned in a New York court Friday, charged with rape and a criminal sex act on two women, nearly eight months after his career imploded in a blaze of accusations that triggered the #MeToo movement.
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