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    Make-Up & Hairstylists Awards: ‘Ma Rainey,’ ‘Bridgerton’ and Lady Gaga’s ‘911’ Win

    The Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild (MUAHS, IATSE Local 706) held its eighth annual MUAHS Awards Saturday night in a virtual ceremony. Oscar frontrunner in the make-up and hair category “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” took home the feature-length motion picture awards for best period and/or character make-up and best period hairstyling and/or character hairstyling, […] More

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    ‘Moby Doc’: First Look at Trailer Based on Musical Pioneer’s Life

    Musician, DJ and director Moby is getting the documentary treatment in a new behind-the-scenes film. “Moby Doc” is described as a surrealist look, narrated by Moby himself, as he reflects on his turbulent personal life and iconic music from underground punk bands to chart-topping solo artist, and from struggling addict to vegan activist.   Directed and […] More

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    Zendaya Joins ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ as Lola Bunny

    Zendaya is voicing the character of Lola Bunny in the upcoming film “Space Jam: A New Legacy.” The news was confirmed via the film’s official Twitter account on Saturday. “Welcome to the Jam, @Zendaya,” the tweet reads, alongside a basketball emoji and a gif of Lola Bunny. Entertainment Weekly was the first to report the […] More

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    Venice Winner Lorenzo Vigas’s ‘The Box’ Boarded by The Match Factory

    Leading arthouse sales agency The Match Factory has acquired “The Box” (La Caja), the second feature of Mexican filmmaker Lorenzo Vigas, winner of Venice Film Festival’s Golden Lion with “From Afar.” “The Box” is likely to find a berth at Cannes or Venice. “The Box” follows Hatzin, a young teenager from Mexico City, who travels […] More

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    Pulitzer-Nominated Playwright Arthur Kopit Dies at 83

    Arthur Kopit, the playwright who wrote the plays “Indians” and “Wings,” has died. He was 83. The dramatist died Friday morning, as confirmed by publicist Rick Miramontez. “Arthur was one of the most uncompromisingly original writers that America ever produced,” Maury Yeston, Kopit’s longtime friend and collaborator, said. Yeston served as composer on a number […] More

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