From indie to hip-hop to African beats and film scoring, Albarn's talent matches his hometown for growth and diversity.
Cranking up the synths, Klaxons has shrieked to success by twiddling knobs and turning beats into a catchy explosion of prog rock and rave-inspired freakish guitar sounds.
XL Recordings co-founder Russell spent his teenage years selling mix tapes at Camden Market in north London.
Postman Pat has got a promotion and revamp, the Bionic Woman has turned dark and sultry, and Enid Blyton's Famous Five have all had kids, spawning a fresh Five ready for a new series of 2-D animated…
Japan's Toei Animation, Israel's Vringo and MTV were among the winners of Mipcom's Mobile and Internet TV Awards Thursday night.
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Watching three-hour Bollywood epics on the bigscreen for a dollar is giving way to more exciting, but pricier, multiplex viewing, and TV is set to follow suit.
Pangea Day, a global event to bring people together through the power of film, was unveiled Monday at Mipcom by helmer Jehane Noujaim and Chris Anderson, curator of the Technology Entertainment and…
Telemundo Intl.'s "Grains of Love," Dori Media Group's "Lalola" and TV Record's "Opposite Lives" were standouts among market debuts at Mipcom's third Telenovelas Screenings and first Drama Series…
The world of cinema is changing more dramatically now than at any time in the past 50 years, Sundance Film Festival director Geoff Gilmore declared in a keynote speech Sunday at the Edinburgh Film…
David Mackenzie's "Hallam Foe" came home for the opening night of the Edinburgh Film Festival on Aug. 15.
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