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Latest update : 2018-09-06

Divas dominate red carpet at Venice, but female directors are scarce

Stars of cinema and industry insiders have swapped limousines for gondolas this week at the 75th Venice International Film Festival. Film critic Emma Jones brings us the latest from "La Mostra" and tells us why Jacques Audiard's latest feature "The Sisters Brothers" caught her eye, despite the fact it won't be winning any prizes for gender equality.

Also, art imitates life as pop star Lady Gaga sets the red carpet alight at the premiere of Bradley Cooper’s remake of "A Star Is Born", and we hear about the film which tackles the aftermath of a terror attack in Paris.

By Olivia SALAZAR WINSPEAR , Emma JONES

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2018-10-15 ENCORE!

Music show: NOLA French Connection Brass Band, Yoko Ono & Neneh Cherry

Energetic, funky sounds that transport you to the streets of the Big Easy; that's what the NOLA French Connection Brass Band have crafted on their self-titled debut album. The...

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2018-10-12 ENCORE!

Matt Dillon: 'I didn’t want to watch my new film because I was scared'

Actor Matt Dillon speaks to Eve Jackson about his new movie "The House That Jack Built", what it was like playing a serial killer and whether he still has heartthrob status.

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2018-10-11 ENCORE!

Parlez-vous français ?

Nearly 300 million people speak French worldwide. The language of love and of Molière is spoken on all five continents and is the official language in nearly 30 nations,...

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2018-10-10 ENCORE!

Film show: 'RBG', 'Galveston' and 'The House That Jack Built'

She blazed a trail to the US Supreme Court and has dedicated her career to pushing for social change and equality through her rulings. Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the subject of new...

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2018-10-09 ENCORE!

The five best exhibitions in Paris this week

Eve Jackson takes you on a tour of the must-see Paris exhibitions of the moment including Basquiat, Miro, Madagascar and Picasso.

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