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Oscars set to flop in China as Hollywood, politics collide

Shanghai - The Oscars are the glitziest night of the year in Hollywood and millions across the globe tune in, but they threaten to be a dud in China after the nomination of a Hong Kong protest documentary.

Director Don E. FauntLeRoy talks 'Gates of Darkness' thriller Special

Acclaimed director Don E. FauntLeRoy chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about his thriller "Gates of Darkness," which was co-written by his wife, Lesley-Anne Down.

Kelly Perine talks about 'Manipulated' film on Amazon Prime Special

Actor Kelly Perine chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about starring in the film "Manipulated," which was released on Amazon Prime on Tuesday, April 6.

Martial arts film 'American Fighter' releases high-octane trailer

"American Fighter," starring George Kosturos and Sean Patrick Flanery, has released its high-adrenaline trailer. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Oscars plan British 'hub' for nominees over pandemic travel fears

Los Angeles - Next month's pandemic-affected Oscars will include an in-person British "hub" for international nominees unable to travel to Los Angeles, a source familiar with the plan told AFP Tuesday.

Director and writer Lorena Gordon talks about 'At Last' film Special

Filmmaker Lorena Gordon chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about her award-winning LGBTQ short film "At Last," which features George Lopez, Zack Gottsagen, Marlene Forte, and up-and-coming actress Katie Burton.

Oscars won't show in Hong Kong for first time since 1969

Fpo - The Oscars will not be shown in Hong Kong for the first time in more than half a century, its local broadcaster confirmed Monday, as doubts remained over whether Hollywood's top awards will air in mainland China.

Casey Affleck, Sam Claflin star in 'Every Breath You Take' film

The upcoming movie "Every Breath You Take" will be released on April 2 via Vertical Entertainment. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Eric Nelsen opens up about '1 Night in San Diego' comedy film Special

Emmy winner Eric Nelsen chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the comedy "1 Night in San Diego" on Hulu.

Review: Lilly Melgar melts hearts in 'Espacios Vacios' short film Special

Acclaimed actress Lilly Melgar melts hearts in the poignant "Espacios Vacios (Empty Spaces)" short film. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Sarah Dumont talks about 'Drive All Night' film, and digital age Special

Actress Sarah Dumont chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about starring in the new film "Drive All Night," which was directed by Peter Hsieh.

'IS brides' open up in Syria camp documentary at SXSW

Los Angeles - "Okay, um... My name's Shamima. I'm from the UK. I'm 19."Spoken with a nervous laugh, the introduction to a room full of women and restless babies could be the start of any young mothers' support group.

'IS brides' open up in Syria camp documentary at SXSW

Los Angeles - "Okay, um... My name's Shamima. I'm from the UK. I'm 19."Spoken with a nervous laugh, the introduction to a room full of women and restless babies could be the start of any young mothers' support group.

'Mank' leads Oscars nominations in record year for women

Los Angeles - "Mank," David Fincher's black-and-white ode to "Citizen Kane," comfortably led this year's Oscars nominations Monday with 10 nods including for best picture and best director, as female filmmakers and streamers smashed Academy records.

French Oscars turn political over virus shutdown

Paris - There was a fiercely political air at France's annual celebration of cinema, Les Cesars, on Friday as frustrations were unleashed over the months-long shutdown of theatres.

'Slapface' film to have world premiere at Cinequest Film Festival Special

The horror film "Slapface" will have its world premiere at Cinequest Film Festival. Digital Journal has the scoop. It is produced by Chhibber Mann Productions, along with Mirror Image Films and Artman Cooper Productions.

Janelle Snow talks 'Rain Beau's End,' Carol Burnett, and success Special

Actress Janelle Snow chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about starring in the film "Rain Beau's End," which was directed by Tracy Wren.

Sex tape satire 'Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn' wins Berlinale Golden Bear

Berlin - Romanian sex tape satire "Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn" by Radu Jude won the 71st Berlin film festival's Golden Bear top prize Friday.

Berlin Festival to award best film, 'gender-neutral' acting gongs

Berlin - The 71st Berlin Film Festival wraps up on Friday after a pandemic-era edition unlike any before, with the awarding of its Golden Bear best picture prize and its first "gender neutral" acting gongs.

Review: Mike Manning is remarkable in historical drama 'Son of the South' Special

Actor Mike Manning is sensational in the civil rights film "Son of the South," which is earning Oscar buzz. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Tina Turner bids farewell to fans with emotional new doc

Berlin - Music legend Tina Turner is the subject of one of the most successful biopics ever made but she tells the makers of a new documentary there's much more to her story."Tina" by Oscar-winning directors Dan Lindsay and T.J.

Daniel Bruehl skewers superhero stardom in gentrifying Berlin

Berlin - Actor Daniel Bruehl called on some of his more "humiliating" Hollywood experiences for the black comedy "Next Door", his directorial debut premiering in competition at this week's Berlinale film festival.

Zachary Gordon talks about 'Dreamcatcher,' 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' Special

Actor Zachary Gordon chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about starring in the horror film "Dreamcatcher," and he recalled his experience in the "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" films.

Robert Scott Wilson opens up about starring in the film 'Papa' Special

On February 28, actor Robert Scott Wilson ("Days of Our Lives") participated in a virtual fan event for Star Image Entertainment for an intimate group of fans.

'Nomadland' makes Globes history, as virtual gala honors late Boseman

Los Angeles - "Nomadland" made Golden Globes history Sunday as Chloe Zhao became the first female director to win the awards' top prize for best drama, putting her film about marginalized Americans roaming the West in vans into Oscars pole position.

'Nomadland' makes Globes history, as virtual gala honors late Boseman

Los Angeles - "Nomadland" made Golden Globes history Sunday as Chloe Zhao became the first female director to win the awards' top prize for best drama, putting her film about marginalized Americans roaming the West in vans into Oscars pole position.

'Nomadland' makes Globes history, as virtual gala honors late Boseman

Los Angeles - "Nomadland" made Golden Globes history Sunday as Chloe Zhao became the first female director to win the awards' top prize for best drama, putting her film about marginalized Americans roaming the West in vans into Oscars pole position.

Celebrated Turkish actor risks jail for Erdogan 'insult'

Istanbul - Mujdat Gezen's half-century career as an acclaimed Turkish writer and actor has included awards, a stint as a UN goodwill ambassador and a taste of prison after a 1980 putsch.

Kosovo drama captures the rebellious work of war widows

S - After being driven out of her village in the midst of Kosovo's war two decades ago, Fahrije Hoti returned several months later to find her home destroyed and her husband gone.

Party's over: Covid-hit Hollywood cuts the award season glamour

Los Angeles - The weeks building up to Hollywood's awards season are usually a whirlwind of glitzy Los Angeles parties, lavish celebrity "gifting suites" and the raucous Golden Globes themselves -- but not this year.
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