The Carmel Art and Film Festival will honor Melonie Diaz with the "Breakout Actress of 2013" Award at their annual Women in Film luncheon and fundraiser, which will take place Oct. 12 in Carmel…
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Fifteen world-premiere titles from filmmakers including Stephen Frears, Julie Delpy and Spike Lee are set to screen next month in Sundance's Premieres section, which, for the first time in recent…
Engaging docu considers the much-extended household of Olga Nenya, a middle-aged Ukrainian woman who's foster mother to 17 children.
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