Marrakech Film Festival pays tribute to Isabelle Adjani
Adjani has been nommed for an Academy Award for François Truffaut’s “The Story of Adele H.” and Bruno Nuytten’s “Camille Claudel”.
ICE and CBP return cultural artifacts to Italy
A page from a 14th century manuscript and a 19th century Carelli painting were repatriated to the government of Italy.
Het Noordbrabants Museum acquires Vincent van Gogh watercolor
The work of October-November 1885 is the last known watercolour Van Gogh produced in Nuenen and occupies a special place in his oeuvre.
Guns N’ Roses add extra London date to their European tour
The veteran rock band announced the reunion of their classic line-up earlier this year and have already played a host of dates across N. America together since.
Frightened Rabbit, Honeyblood set for Handmade Festival 2017
Frightened Rabbit released their fifth studio album “Painting of a Panic Attack” on April 8.
Bille August confirmed to helm “Versace” bio with Antonio Banderas
Revealing some plot details, August said “Versace” will be a family saga chronicling the designer’s rise to fame in the late 1970s.
“Puff, the Magic Dragon” animated movie in development
The studio has tapped “Trolls” helmer Mike Mitchell to direct. Safehouse Pictures partners Tory Tunnell and Joby Harold will produce.
"Spider-Man: Homecoming" release date set
In addition to Tom Holland, Robert Downey Jr. and Marisa Tomei return as Tony Stark and May Parker respectively.
"War for the Planet of the Apes" unleashes 1st trailer
Andy Serkis returns to do a motion-capture performance for Caesar and lends his voice to the character.
Sigur Ros share mysterious vid that teases huge announcement
The video shows footage from their stunning 2016 world tour, leading fans to speculate as to whether they will announce more dates for 2017.
Arcade Fire’s Tim Kingsbury announces solo album
Describing the sound of the album to Cult Montreal in 2015, Kinsgbury said: “It’s evolved a bit, but the feel of it is definitely rock music”.
Key Russian helmer Pavel Lungin plans “Esau” adaptation, Gulag epic
“Esau’s” story is about two brothers. One left Israel and lives in the U.S. and then tries to rediscover his brother.
Gunmen in Armenia Surrender After 2-Week Standoff With Police
All 20 holdouts ended their occupation of a police compound in Yerevan, the capital, which they seized July 17 to demand the freedom of the leader of their opposition group.
Hostage Standoff at Yerevan Police Building in Armenia Enters 2nd Day
Militants, who are possibly holding five people, demanded that the government resign and that it release an opposition leader.
Pope Francis to Armenians: Seek Peace, but Never Forget Genocide
The pope prayed on Saturday at a national memorial for the genocide, and urged the country’s young people to become peacemakers.
Pope Francis Condemns ‘Genocide’ of Armenians Before Visit to Memorial
The pontiff’s previous use of the term in reference to the World War I-era mass killings of Armenians infuriated Armenia’s hostile neighbor Turkey.
A Mountain Village Beckons in Nagorno-Karabakh
A tiny village in Nagorno-Karabakh holds a powerful attraction for Anahit Hayrapetyan, an Armenian photographer who was born nearby.
Orphanage Founder From Africa Wins Prize in Memory of Armenian Genocide
Marguerite Barankitse defied death threats and saw unspeakable violence as she saved thousands of children from ethnic slaughters in the 1990s.
Despite Campaign Vow, Obama Declines to Call Massacre of Armenians ‘Genocide’
Critics say Mr. Obama, in an effort to curry favor with Turkey, has repeatedly ignored a campaign pledge he made in 2008.
1916: U.S. Aid for Armenian Refugees
From the International Herald Tribune archives: Armenian refugees are given aid by the United States in 1916.
Survivors of the Armenian Genocide
Nazik Armenakyan has made it her mission to document the dwindling number of people who survived the Armenian genocide a century ago.
Amid Ethnic Conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, an Oasis Thrives
Support from Armenian émigrés, including many in Southern California, adds a cosmopolitan flair to the tiny republic of Karabakh and its capital.
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