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A Full List of Harvey Weinstein's Accusers and Their Allegations

More than a week has now passed since The New York Times published its industry-shattering investigation of legendary producer Harvey Weinstein, and the multiple sexual harassment allegations made against him over the past three decades. Following that piece, several more women have come forward with their own allegations of sexual assault, harassment and unwanted advances, while

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Rai Com Sales Chief Mattia Oddone Joins New Italian Production Company Propaganda Italia (EXCLUSIVE)

CANNES — The head of international sales at Italy’s prominent Rai Com company, Mattia Oddone, has stepped down to become managing director of  Propaganda Italia, a new Italian production company which has a slate of film and TV projects for the international market in various stages. These include an ambitious revenge crimer toplining Italian A-lister Toni Servillo (“The Great… Variety PLEASE CLICK ...

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Gordon Ramsay: ‘Culinary Genius’ in Cannes

Gordon Ramsay put TV buyers through their paces in Cannes, today, Monday. At an event organised by All3Media, which backs his Studio Ramsay production company, the chef and presenter called TV acquisition executives from Australia, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, and Hong Kong to the stage whereupon they had to compete in a two-minute slicing, peeling, and chopping cooking challenge. The Mipcom ...

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Busan Facetime: Actor Manoj Bajpayee Is ‘In the Shadows’

Two years after he won a standing ovation in Busan for his searing portrayal of a persecuted gay literature professor in Hansal Mehta’s “Aligarh,” Manoj Bajpayee returns to the festival with the world premiere of Dipesh Jain’s thriller “In the Shadows.” From his breakthrough role in “Satya” (1998) through “Gangs of Wasseypur” (2012), Bajpayee has consistently forged an independent path. ...

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Canneseries Launches ‘In Development;’ Unveils Inaugural Program Details

The International Cannes Series Festival, which will host its inauguration edition next April and will run alongside MipTV, unveiled part of its program on Monday at Mipcom. Set to take place April 4-11, Canneseries will host an official competition, as well as a digital competition, free screenings and an industry sidebar called In Development. Like Cannes Film Festival, Canneseries will ...

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Busan Film Review: ‘Love Education’

The marriage vow “till death do us part” takes on new implications in “Love Education,” in which two women fight over the exhumed body of a polygamous man. Taiwanese actress-director Sylvia Chang’s generational drama explores how China’s feudal legacy continues to impact contempo family valu… Variety

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Busan Film Review: ‘Promise at Dawn’

However abetted by fiction, Romain Gary’s autobiographical novel “Promise at Dawn” is more of a roaring yarn than most memoirs have a right to be: Covering over 20-odd years in the celebrated French author’s early life, it’s a bildungsroman that covers pluckily overcome poverty in Poland, sensual education in the south of France and WWII aviation derring-do in Africa and Europe, its ...

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