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Frances McDormand's face does the talking in 'Olive Kitteridge'

LOS ANGELES - Frances McDormand's "rubber face" - ruddy, wind-burned, creased and contorted - says as much as the dialogue in "Olive Kitteridge," HBO's miniseries about a New England family and its caustic matriarch.

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Undercover French politicians sample 'real life' for TV show

PARIS - Eight French politicians will disguise themselves as citizens struggling with real-world problems in a TV show aimed at narrowing the gap between France's often remote political elite and the public they are elected to serve.

Television, France, 30 Oct 2014

Vice Media teams up with Canada's Rogers to build Toronto studio

TORONTO - Vice Media, a maker of edgy videos popular with younger viewers, has teamed up with Rogers Communications Inc to build a studio in Toronto to produce news, documentaries and other content with Canadian filmmakers.

30 Oct 2014

Scotland's 'Young Fathers' are surprise Mercury Prize winners

LONDON - Little-known Scottish hip-hop trio Young Fathers beat the bookies to take home the 2014 Barclaycard Mercury Prize for best album with their debut release "Dead".

Music 30 Oct 2014

Polish prosecutors question Polanski over U.S. sex crime warrant

KRAKOW - Polish prosecutors interviewed filmmaker Roman Polanski on Thursday in connection with a U.S. arrest warrant over a 1977 sex crime conviction, then let him go free saying there were no grounds to hold him. | Video

People 30 Oct 2014

Indian film-maker hopes to take gay issues out of the closet

MUMBAI - An Indian director is hoping her new film will throw a spotlight on gay rights in a country where homosexuality remains taboo and little progress has been made on repealing a colonial-era law banning gay sex.

Film 30 Oct 2014
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Book Talk: Alan Cumming believes in putting everything out there

BOSTON - Scottish actor Alan Cumming has won accolades for his performances, including current stints as a manipulative Chicago political operative on TV's “The Good Wife” and a revival of his Tony-winning role in the Broadway musical “Cabaret.”

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