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Euronews Culture's Film of the Week: 'She Said'
Released in time for the five years of the #MeToo movement and International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, She Said is the adaptation the 2019 nonfiction book by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey.
Ukraine FilmFest brings charity initiative to Kyiv and London cinemas
A charity-run festival has put its fundraising cause at the front and centre of its showings in California, London and Kyiv.
European Film Academy highlights 35 legendary film locations
From the Trevi Fountain in Rome to the Notting Hill Bookshop in London, via the Institut Lumière in Lyon and Babelsberg Studio in Potsdam, these are the treasures of European film culture.
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With its dimmed lights and wrought iron candle holders and beaded lampshades, Rick's Café has become a must-see attraction for tourists from all over the world wishing to experience the classic Hollywood "Casblanca".
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Who won big at the 2022 International Emmy Awards?
The UK dominated this year’s awards, scoring seven wins, while France took two, the only other country with multiple wins.
A conversation with your next musical obsession: Clipping.
Euronews Culture caught up with experimental hip-hop trio Clipping as they embark on the European leg of their Bodies and Blood tour, to talk about cinema influences, post-pandemic touring and the real-life horrors looming over us.
Governors Awards: Honorary Oscars for Michael J. Fox and Euzhan Palcy
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Euronews Culture's Film of the Week: 'The Wonder'
Sebastián Lelio returns to the big screen after four years with The Wonder, a captivating period drama which transports the viewer to Ireland in the wake of the Great Famine, with a story that pits faith against science.
A galaxy of stars shine at the Marrakech Film Festival
The 19th edition of the International Marrakech Film Festival assembles a wide array of films and an impressive line-up of international film stars
Brendan Fraser: “My mother didn’t raise a hypocrite”
Brendan Fraser confirms he will not participate in the Golden Globes next year if he is nominated for his performance in The Whale.
'Animal' directed by Cyril Dion wins Young Audience Award
The winner of the Young Audience Award this year is “Animal” directed by Cyril Dion after 3,000 young people from across Europe participated as jurors.
What is Germany's Kulturpass?
The government is aiming to get young people out of their stay-at-home pandemic habits.
Alec Baldwin files suit over shooting, seeking to "clear his name"
Baldwin has sued the people involved in handling and supplying the loaded gun that he was using on the set of the western Rust when it fired, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins in 2021