Bollywood epic sparks dramatic scenes in India
Several states in India stepped up police presence in for the release of the film "Padmaavat", which has sparked violent protests across the country and backlash from Hindu groups.
Crime scene investigation... in a nutshell
The late heiress Francess Glessner Lee was the unlikely creator of meticulous, monstrous true-life crime scenes that helped revolutionize the study of forensics.
France's Catherine Deneuve denounces #metoo campaign
French film icon Catherine Deneuve has joined 99 other women to denounce a backlash against men following the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
Actor and politician, Desmond Elliot turns Santa Claus for Christmas
In The Spirit Of Christmas, Film Actor Producer And Director Turned Politician; Desmond Elliot Is Imbibing The Spirit Of The Season In A Special Way As He Takes On The Revered Image Of Santa Clause To Surprise Residents His Constituency With Gifts.
A 'crazy gamble': Luc Besson's €197m blockbuster 'Valerian' hits French cinemas
Libération is wondering if there are too many tourists in France and finally, famed French filmmaker Luc Besson releases his blockbuster "Valerian" here in France.
Vietnam King Kong premiere ruined by monster fire
Film buffs with the hottest ticket in town were left running for safety after a giant model of King Kong went up in flames at the sizzling Vietnam premiere of the rebooted horror classic.
Johnson, Dornan turn out for "Fifty Shades Darker" premiere
Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan walk red carpet for Fifty Shades sequel as critics pan film.
Danish director hopes to spark change with his Oscar nominated film
Filmmaker Martin Zandvliet says his film "Land of Mine" is rooted in compassion and forgiveness.