‘The Woman Who Left,’ ‘Nocturnal Animals’ Top 73rd Venice Film Festival Awards (11 Sep 2016)

It’s a good day to be an American in Venice. Tom Ford‘s “Nocturnal Animals” took the grand jury prize at the 73rd annual film festival, with Emma Stone also landing Best Actress Silver Cup for her turn in “La La Land.” The top prize, Venice’s Golden Lion for Best Film, however, went to “The Woman Who Left,” directed by Lav Diaz. Also Read: 'Planetarium' Venice Review: Natalie Portman Goes Bilingual in Lush, Forgettable Drama Read a complete list of winners below. More to come… Updating Winners: Best Film, Golden Lion “The Woman Who Left, »
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‘Birth of a Nation’ Debuts to Standing Ovation at Toronto Despite Controversy (11 Sep 2016)

“The Birth of a Nation” received a standing ovation at its Friday night premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, despite ongoing controversy about the college rape trial of Nate Parker.
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Glenn Beck Says Mel Gibson Told Him ‘Jewish People’ Ruined ‘Passion of the Christ’ (11 Sep 2016)

Glenn Beck said Mel Gibson told him that Jewish people spit on him, called him anti-Semitic and made his life hell before the release of his film “The Passion of the Christ.” Beck posted a six-minute video clip on his website this week in which he recounted a conversation he said he had with Gibson. He said Gibson spoke of his religious film being “stolen” by “Jewish people” and that the backlash caused him to lose friends — and that strangers got downright nasty. “‘Glenn, they were stopping me on the streets and spitting on me — people from all walks of life. »
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Creative Arts Emmys 2016: The Complete Winners List for Night 1 (11 Sep 2016)

“Game of Thrones” dominated the first night of the 2016 Creative Arts Emmys with a record-breaking nine wins. “The People v Oj Simpson: American Crime Story” was also a big winner, taking home four trophies. The most high-profile awards of the night went to actors who guest-starred on drama and comedy series, with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler taking Outstanding Actress in a Comedy for co-hosting “Saturday Night Live” together and Peter Scolari winning Outstanding Actor in a Comedy for playing Lena Dunham‘s father on “Girls.” Also Read: Kit Harington, Laverne Cox, Chris Rock Topline Second Wave of Emmys Presenters Hank Azaria took. »
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