A Minute With: Vera Farmiga on movies, motherhood
LOS ANGELES (Reuters Life!) – Vera Farmiga first caught Hollywood’s eye in low-budget film “Down to the Bone,” then vaulted to fame when she was nominated for a best supporting actress Oscar in 2010,…
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Steve Tatone’s voice is hoarse. Blame it on the fact that it’s 7 a.m., and Tatone spent 18 hours of the previous day in a Los Angeles studio mixing his film, “Beautiful Noise,” in Dolby Surround Sound.
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Tech agenda: smart efficiency on show at Hannover Messe
More than 6,500 companies from 65 countries will be at Hannover Messe this week to show how technology can provide “smart efficiency” solutions to global challenges like mobility, climate protection and resource management.
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James Franco to Teach at NYU
Lauren Cafarell Actor James Franco is adding “teacher” to his list of professions and hobbies. The 127 Hours star is set to teach a film adaptation class at NYU this fall. Franco will be teaching a third-year graduate class on adapting poetry into short films at NYU’s Tisch School of Arts. There will be 12 students in the class, according to MTV . read more
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