Monday, September 29, 2014
Taiwanese short “Rowboat” has been selected for screening at the 19th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) in South Korea in October.
Spanish director Carlos Vermut won this year's top award for his film “Magical Girl” and also claimed the best director prize Saturday at Spain's San Sebastian Film Festival.
As the funky bass quiets down near the start of one of Prince's two new albums, a soothing female voice informs that medication has put him in “suspended animation” for 45 years.
Good news for smartphone addicts: the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has developed an innovative way to get extra juice for mobile gadgets by collecting readily available heat and transforming it into electricity.
Gaby Aghion, who started the Chloe fashion house and oversaw its rise as a postwar style icon, died at her Paris home on Saturday, aged 93.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Balazs Mikusi's heart started racing when he realized what the papers he held in his hand were: the long-lost original score of a famous Mozart sonata scribbled by the composer himself.
Unregulated genetically modified wheat has popped up in a second location in the United States, this time in state of Montana, the Agriculture Department said Friday.
Rhett Butler may not give a damn, but fans of “Gone with the Wind” are more than happy to see the 1939 classic return to cinemas for its 75th anniversary.
Crowd-pleasers Metallica and Taylor Swift will headline the U.S. debut of Rock in Rio as the Brazilian festival pursues an ambitious expansion, organizers said Friday.
They come from different worlds. And he had vowed never to marry again. But George Clooney appears finally to have met his match in the form of Amal Alamuddin.