Kate Middleton Stuns Again in Regal Gown From 10 Years Ago at Earthshot Prize Ceremony

Talk about a royal blast from the past! On Saturday, Oct. 16, Kate Middleton accompanied Prince William to the inaugural Earthshot Prize ceremony in London while wearing a very special recycled look, which was slightly amended to look even more dazzling. The Duchess of Cambridge attended the award show wearing a bespoke short-sleeve, boat neck … Read more

Rome’s MIA Market Wraps Watershed Edition as ‘Fireworks’ and ‘Gold War’ Tie for Drama Project Prize

Rome’s MIA Market for TV series, feature films, documentaries and factual content wrapped a watershed 7th edition on Sunday, having boosted its standing on the global calendar as a prominent emerging industry hub in Europe. In a significant indicator of the Eternal City’s Oct. 13-17 event’s restart relevance MIA (the acronym stands for Mercato Internazionale … Read more

What happened to Tom Cruise’s face? | Chronicle

Chronicle HD 15-10-2021 19:29 All the news, shows, interviews and videos of Crónica HD. The firm canal next to the town. Watch it live at Cronica.com.ar The renowned Hollywood actor reappeared and caused a furor for his new look. The artist’s face was a trend on social networks for looking different and inflamed, and there … Read more

Pfizer’s Bourla, Nazi-hunter Klarsfeld on shortlist for Genesis Prize

The Genesis Prize Foundation announced on Monday the shortlist for its prestigious award to be granted in 2022, featuring six well-known activists and names from science and the arts. Those in the running for the prize are: Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla; actor, producer, director and activist Sacha Baron Cohen; fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg; philosopher … Read more

Jonas Carpignano’s ‘A Chiara’ Takes Top Prize at Zurich Film Festival

The 17th Zurich Film Festival concluded Saturday with wins for Jonas Carpignano‘s “A Chiara” and Fred Baillif’s “La Mif,” with Renato Borrayo Serrano’s “Life of Ivanna” named best documentary. The jury, led by Daniel Brühl, and featuring director Stéphanie Chuat, former Berlinale chief Dieter Kosslick and producer Andrea Cornwell, decided to award “A Chiara” with … Read more

Breaking News – HBO Max, HBO and Anonymous Content’s AC Studios Bring the Legacy of Henry Hampton’s “Eyes on the Prize” to a New Generation Through a Multiplatform Partnership

HBO Max, HBO And Anonymous Content’s AC Studios Bring The Legacy Of Henry Hampton’s EYES ON THE PRIZE To A New Generation Through A Multiplatform Partnership Starting Today, Viewers Can Stream Part 1 Of The Original Award-Winning Documentary Series, EYES ON THE PRIZE, Followed By The Upcoming HBO Max Original Documentary Special, EYES ON THE … Read more

Marion Cotillard, Donostia Prize at the 69th San Sebastian Festival

The San Sebastian Festival has surrendered to the French actress Marion Cotillard, one of the most international and acclaimed in the French country. The winner of the Oscar for best actress for her portrayal of Édith Piaf will receive, on this occasion, the second Donostia Prize in the 69th edition of the Zinemaldia To be … Read more

‘Dune’, ‘Last Night In Soho’ & ‘Spencer’ Among Those Movies Not Eligible To Compete For TIFF’s Top Prize, The People’s Choice Award

When a studio is looking to get traction on their awards season contender, there’s no better start at this early point in the fall than the Toronto International Film Festival’s Grolsch People’s Choice Award. The top prize at the Great White North cinema fest has often been a predictor of Oscar’s Best Picture, or notable … Read more