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  • Bravo adds another scripted series; developing Morgan Spurlock project

    Bravo adds another scripted series; developing Morgan Spurlock project
    Bravo, the cable reality heavyweight, is inch by inch expanding its program offerings in the scripted arena. The network announced Tuesday its forthcoming slate of original programming, which includes 15 new series -- two of which are scripted, one of which is a "real-time" reality series -- and 16 returning series.
  • Review: Splitsville for 'Shirin in Love'

     Review: Splitsville for 'Shirin in Love'
    The only possible reaction to an amateurish romance like "Shirin in Love" is: Do the filmmakers think we're all idiots? Practically every scene in this tale about a glamorous, unhappily engaged Los Angeles book reviewer (Nazanin Boniadi) with an eye for...

    Author Jackie Collins is still 'Wild' and steamy

    Author Jackie Collins is still 'Wild' and steamy
    Author Jackie Collins still has the steam engine chugging. Her newest novel, "Lucky: Confessions of a Wild Child," released last week, is a prequel to the Lucky Santangelo books and centers on the treasured heroine during her formative teen years —...

    Letters: Justice for Alan Turing?

    Re "Gay British scientist gets posthumous royal pardon," Dec. 25 Alan Turing, the British codebreaker who committed suicide in 1954 after being convicted of having sex with another man, was tortured both emotionally and physiologically, all for being...

    Noor Iranian Film Festival highlights a different view of Iran

    Noor Iranian Film Festival highlights a different view of Iran
    Iranians have been portrayed on the big screen as pre-Revolution radicals in “Argo,” scary, bare-chested villains in “300” and video game characters come to life in “Prince of Persia.” While these depictions can be...