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  1. TV depiction of Colombia's only saint angers her devotees

    FILE - In this July 11, 2013, file photo, a woman holds up religious articles related to Mother Laura Montoya in the cathedral in Bogota, Colombia. The planned debut Wednesday, July 29, 2015, of a telenovela dramatizing the life of Montoya , Colombia’s only Roman Catholic saint, is shrouded in controversy after devotees of the missionary nun known universally as Madre Laura filed a lawsuit seeking to correct what they say is an unseemly depiction. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara, File)BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — For weeks, billboards on buses and television spots have been announcing what promises to be Colombia's next big prime-time sensation.


  2. Oculus debuts virtual reality film 'Henry'

    This photo provided by Oculus shows a scene from the short animation film, "Henry." Oculus’ second virtual reality film premiered Tuesday, July 28, 2015, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Oculus via AP)BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Oculus is hedging its bets that an adorable critter named Henry can help convince consumers — and Hollywood — about the viability of virtual reality as a storytelling medium.


  3. 'The Book of Mormon' gets rousing reception in Utah

    People pose for photographs before entering the Capitol Theatre to see "The Book of Mormon" musical Tuesday, July 28, 2015, in Salt Lake City. The biting satirical musical that mocks Mormons has finally come to the heart of Mormonlandia, starting a sold-out, two-week run Tuesday at the Salt Lake City theater two blocks from the church's flagship temple and headquarters. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The biting satirical musical that mocks Mormons has finally come to the heart of Mormonlandia, starting a sold-out, two-week run Tuesday at a Salt Lake City theater two blocks from the church's flagship temple and headquarters.


  4. Review: "Tour" a worthy look at artist as reluctant subject

    In this image released by A24 Films, Jesse Eisenberg, left, and Jason Segel appear in a scene from the film, "The End of the Tour." (A24 Films via AP)LOS ANGELES (AP) — Many journalists who have written feature profiles of public figures will have experienced that light-bulb moment, once the cautious mutual-assessment phase is concluded and you start digging for the meat, when the subject perhaps casually reveals some illuminating aspect of him- or herself around which the entire article can be built. Those moments come thick and fast in "The End of the Tour," James Ponsoldt's exquisitely elegiac film about David Foster Wallace, examined over the course of a five-day interview with Rolling Stone reporter David Lipsky, 12 years before the influential writer's suicide in 2008 at age 46.


  5. Ridley Scott, Jean-Marc Vallee head Toronto filmfest lineup

    Director Jean-Marc Vallee, pictured on November 8, 2014, will present "Demolition," starring Jake Gyllenhaal, to open the Toronto International Film FestivalOrganizers of the annual Toronto International Film Festival unveiled an ambitious lineup Tuesday leading off with psychological drama "Demolition" by Canadian director Jean-Marc Vallee. "Alien" director Ridley Scott's eagerly-awaited space adventure "The Martian" will also be among the highlights at the movie fest that runs September 10-20. "Demolition" tells the story of Davis, a brilliant investment banker played by Jake Gyllenhaal who must come to terms with the death of his wife in a terrible automobile accident.



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