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Hany Abu-Assad is the only Palestinian filmmaker to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film—a honor he received twice, once in 2006 for Paradise Now and again in 2014 for Omar.
Born in Rome to a Canadian artist mother and Italian musician father, actor and musician Giacomo Gianniotti split his childhood between the two continents.
An award-winning documentary follows the gaffe-stung politician during his bid to be the mayor of NYC.
Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos's stock-in-trade is surreal, wickedly shrewd reads on societal norms.
Writer and director Shane Black talks about his new ‘70s-set pulp noir The Nice Guys, starring Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe as an odd couple of L.A. detectives.
After screening her family drama The Ballad of Jack & Rose at the 2005 Woodstock Film Festival, Rebecca Miller decided to make a comedy.
Rose Byrne is in the midst of May madness.
Amazon recently announced it is developing a new TV series inspired by the characters, themes, and music of Bob Dylan's songs.
During the decades she's worked in Hollywood, writer-director Amy Heckerling has unleashed some of the most memorable, beloved, and zeitgeisty comedies and characters on the American viewing public.
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