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Robert Palmer Watkins opens up about new film 'Puncture' Special

Actor Robert Palmer Watkins ("General Hospital" alum) chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about "Puncture," which will be released in the fall of 2020.

Stevie Nicks to release '24 Karat Gold' concert film, live album

Global music star Stevie Nicks announced via Trafalgar Releasing that she will debut "Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold The Concert," which will be released for two nights only.

'Hotel Rwanda' hero charged with terrorism, financing rebels

Kigali - Paul Rusesabagina, whose actions during the genocide inspired the Oscar-nominated film "Hotel Rwanda", was charged Monday with terrorism and other serious crimes in his first court appearance in Kigali.

'Nomadland' wins top prize at Venice film festival

Apo - "Nomadland" by director Chloe Zhao scooped the top prize at the Venice film festival on Saturday, the first woman to win the Golden Lion in a decade.

Oscar-tipped road movie 'Nomadland' races between global festivals

Los Angeles - Frances McDormand's Oscar-tipped road movie "Nomadland" raced from Venice to Toronto to California on Friday as major global festivals joined forces to jump-start the pandemic-struck film industry.

Venice film festival gears up to award masked Golden Lion winner

Apo - The Venice film festival will present its coveted Golden Lion award Saturday after a competition marked by facemasks and missing stars but billed as a relaunch of global cinema, bruised by the coronavirus crisis.

After Bollywood star's suicide, a TV 'witch hunt'

Mumbai - India has more than four million coronavirus cases and an explosive border stand-off with China, but the story dominating television news for months is how a Bollywood actress supposedly drove her ex-boyfriend to suicide with pot and black magic.

Erik Fellows is featured in new romantic comedy 'In Other Words'

Actor Erik Fellows ("The Bay" and "Purgatory") is featured in the new comedy "In Other Words." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Rebecca Black talks 'Be The Light' film, digital age, new music Special

YouTube star and singer Rebecca Black (known for her viral music video "Friday") chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the film "Be The Light."

Op-Ed: Why ‘Five Easy Pieces’ still matters, 50 years after its release

So many movies thrust you into a simple, black-and-white world of good and bad, of pure moral certainty. So few dare to show you the world as it is and let you make up your own mind – the way Bob Rafelson’s classic “Five Easy Pieces” does.

Oscars set minimum diversity rules for best picture prize

Los Angeles - Hollywood's motion picture academy unveiled strict new eligibility rules to boost diversity among best picture Oscars nominees and the wider movie industry in a landmark announcement Tuesday.

Hollywood seeks virtual hype at 'hybrid' Toronto festival

Los Angeles - Hollywood's annual exodus to Toronto for North America's biggest film festival will be online-only this week, as coronavirus and a closed Canadian border force A-listers to stay home and peddle their upcoming films remotely.

No Hollywood ending for flood- and virus-haunted Venice

Venice - It's been a bad year for Venice.In November, the highest tides in over 50 years left it submerged -- the famous Italian lagoon city drenched, despondent and economically devastated.

Mulan movie boycott calls grow over scenes filmed in Xinjiang

Fpo - Disney's "Mulan" remake is facing fresh boycott calls after it emerged some of the blockbuster's scenes were filmed in China's Xinjiang, where widespread rights abuses against the region's Muslim population have been widely documented.

Greta Bellamacina talks 'Hurt by Paradise' film and digital age Special

Actress Greta Bellamacina chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about playing Celeste in the film "Hurt by Paradise," and her desire to someday work with Gena Rowlands.

Disney's all-Asian 'Mulan' makes historic small-screen debut

Los Angeles - Disney's live-action "Mulan" featuring an all-Asian cast finally premieres Friday, launching on streaming service Disney+ in a bold small-screen gamble that analysts say could change Hollywood forever.

Most Germans knew Holocaust was happening, new film claims

Venice - A "vanishingly small number" of Germans were unaware the Holocaust was going on during World War II, the makers of a chilling new documentary said Thursday.

Final flourishes on eve of unprecedented Venice Film Festival

Venice - The Venice Film Festival counted down to the movie industry's first post-Covid-19 international competition on Tuesday, with excitement, anxiety and a truckload of coronavirus safety signs still to install.

Filmmaker Dar Dowling shares the key of making successful films Special

Filmmaker and storyteller Dar Dowling chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the key to making successful films.

Psychologist-backed documentary labels Trump 'malignant narcissist'

Los Angeles - As battle lines are drawn ahead of Donald Trump's bid for re-election, a new documentary based on the testimony of mental health professionals has labeled the US president a "malignant narcissist.

Review: 'Minyan' is a compelling film that puts viewers into a time warp Special

"Minyan," starring Samuel H. Levine, is a compelling film that was adapted from the award-winning short story by filmmaker David Bezmozgis. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Venice Film Festival seeks to dodge coronavirus and controversy

Rome - What if you threw a film festival and nobody came?

'Black Panther' star Boseman dies after private battle with cancer

Los Angeles - Chadwick Boseman, star of the ground-breaking superhero movie "Black Panther," has died at the age of 43 after a private four-year battle with colon cancer, his publicist told AFP Friday.

Rome's last 'Cinema Paradiso' of porn

Rome - It survived the advent of DVDs and the internet era of instant gratification. Now Rome's last remaining adult cinema says it is sure to also overcome its latest challenge as it grapples with coronavirus.

Keanu Reeves brings sunny 'Bill & Ted' sequel to 'darker' world

Los Angeles - Featuring a young Keanu Reeves, a madcap time-travelling plot and a supply of the most bodacious catchphrases, 1989's "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" has become a cult comedy classic.

Bollywood star Aamir Khan under fire over China, Turkey links

New Delhi - Muslim Bollywood star Aamir Khan has long been a hate figure for India's Hindu far-right, but now they have a new line of attack -- his massive popularity in China.

Dan Israely talks writing and directing the feature film 'Papa' Special

Executive producer, director and writer Dan Israely chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the film "Papa."

US court rejects Polanski's bid to rejoin Academy

Los Angeles - Director Roman Polanski's legal battle against his expulsion from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was thrown out by a Los Angeles judge Tuesday.

Randy Shelly opens up about 'Gates of Darkness' horror film Special

Actor Randy Shelly chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about starring as Stephen Tade in the horror film "Gates of Darkness," which was directed by Don E. FauntLeRoy.

'Papa,' starring Robert Scott Wilson, is a captivating film Special

"Papa," written and directed by Dan Israely, is a powerful film starring Robert Scott Wilson ("Days of Our Lives") as Ben Freidman. The movie stays true to its tagline where "true growth starts with family."
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