Sweden’s Måns Zelmerlöw beats Russia’s Polina Gagarina to win Eurovision 2015

A Gagarina victory seemed imminent halfway through the voting, but Sweden pulled ahead with a lead so big Zelmerlöw was named the winner before voting officially ended.

A new film from Orson Welles? 30 years after his death, it’s not out of the question.

“The Other Side of the Wind,” a film that Welles had been workingwhen he died in 1985, has been taken up by a few of the director’s friends in the hopes that they can piece “it together for release by the end of this year.

Movie producer Christine Vachon’s “Carol” becomes an instant favorite at Cannes

Vachon and her business partner, Pam Koloff battle the assumption that female-driven films won’t make money.

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