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'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.

Animated film tries to solve dark riddle of Balkan wars

Paris - Anja Kofmel was only 10 when her cousin Chris, an adventurer who she hero-worshipped, was found shot in the head in a snow-fringed field in Croatia.

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.

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.

Review: Pole vaulter Sandi Morris inspirational on short film 'Be More' Special

Sandi Morris, American pole vaulter and reigning world indoor champion, released her new short film "Be More" via Untitled Works.

Jo Weil announces that his film 'Sodom' will release worldwide

Acclaimed German actor Jo Weil has announced that his film "Sodom" will be released worldwide. Digital Journal has the scoop.

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.

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.

Weinstein to 'surrender' to NY authorities Friday: US media

New York - Disgraced former Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein is expected to surrender to authorities in New York on Friday following a months-long investigation into allegations that he sexually assaulted women, US media reported.

Lebanese director tipped for Cannes glory rejects 'woman quota' win

Cannes - The Lebanese director tipped to become only the second woman ever to win the top prize at the Cannes film festival will be very annoyed if her accolade is billed as the feminist choice of a #MeToo jury.

Race for gold reaches climax at politically charged Cannes

Cannes - A jury led by Cate Blanchett will crown the winner of the coveted Palme d'Or for best film at Cannes Saturday, after a politically charged festival rocked by controversy and the #MeToo movement.

Films in the running for the top prize at Cannes

Cannes - From an African-American detective infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan to Kurdish female fighters battling jihadists, here are the movies vying for the top Palme d'Or prize at the Cannes film festival, to be awarded Saturday by a jury led by Cate Blanchett.

Star power dims at post-Weinstein Cannes AIDS gala

Cannes - The downfall of Harvey Weinstein weighed heavily on the most glamorous party of the Cannes film festival Thursday, with many A-listers ducking out of an AIDS benefit gala with which he was closely associated.

Iran's Syria intervention gets cinematic treatment

Tehran - While Iran's presence in Syria raises global fears of an all-out conflict with Israel, one cinematic version of its intervention has been a Tehran box office triumph.

Soon screening near you? Blockchain tech premieres at Cannes

Cannes - Blockchain may not be the most glamorous new star at the Cannes festival but experts touting the technology say it will rock the world of film even if the red carpet crowd doesn't know it yet.

Film shows 'fearless' pope taking on church

Cannes - There is a killer moment in the new film "Pope Francis -- A Man of His Word" when you realise what he is up against.

Barred Iranian director gets standing Cannes ovation

Cannes - The new film by Iran's Jafar Panahi, who is banned from leaving Iran, has premiered to a standing ovation at the Cannes film festival, with a seat left symbolically empty for the dissident director.

'Let's climb!' Female stars call for equal pay in Cannes protest

Cannes - Hollywood stars including Cate Blanchett, Kristen Stewart and Salma Hayek called Saturday for equal pay in the cinema industry and beyond in a historic red carpet protest at the Cannes film festival.

'I've been blacklisted' says Poland's Oscar-winning director

Cannes - Oscar-winning director Pawel Pawlikowski claimed Friday that he had been blacklisted by Poland's populist rightwing government and compared censorship in the country now to the dark days of communism.

Hollywood glitters as 'Star Wars' stages 'Solo' premiere

Los Angeles - Lucasfilm brought the biggest party in the galaxy to Hollywood on Thursday as rapt devotees gathered under the Millennium Falcon for the world premiere of the latest "Star Wars" spin-off.

'I was so naive': Weinstein wife lifts lid on scandal

New York - The estranged British fashion designer wife of Harvey Weinstein claims she "never" suspected him of wrongdoing and was "so naive," in her first interview since the Hollywood mogul's downfall over sexual misconduct revelations.

Actor Viggo Mortensen joins pro-independence Catalan group

Barcelona - American actor Viggo Mortensen, known for playing Aragorn in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, has become a member of pro-independence Catalan association Omnium Cultural, the organisation said Thursday.

Detained Russian director gets standing ovation at Cannes

Cannes - A new film by the enfant terrible of Russian theatre -- who is under house arrest in Moscow -- received a standing ovation and rave reviews Thursday after it was shown at the Cannes film festival.
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