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Ang Lee Film Tops Venice Festival Awards (AP)
Director Ang Lee receives the Golden Lion, the festival's top award,  for his film 'Brokeback mountain' at the 62nd edition of the Venice Film Festival in Venice's Lido, northern Italy, Saturday, Sept. 10, 2005. (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis)AP - Ang Lee's tale of the homosexual love between two cowboys set in the conservative West of the 1960s won the Venice Film Festival's top award Saturday.


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Feds Drop Media Ban on Katrina Recovery (AP)
A flood victim's body is seen enshrouded in a body bag under the Interstate 10 overpass in New Orleans on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2005. Efforts are being made to locate bodies of victims as well as survivors still staying in their homes.  (AP Photo/Steve Senne)AP - Challenged in court by CNN, the Bush administration agreed on Saturday not to prevent the news media from following the effort to recover the bodies of Hurricane Katrina victims.


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Parker Bowles' Son Gets Married in England (AP)
Tom Parker Bowles, left, the son of the Duchess of Cornwall and bride Sara Buys leave the church following their wedding at St. Nicholas Church, in Rotherfield Greys, near Henley-on-Thames, England, Saturday Sept. 10, 2005. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)AP - Five months after his mother Camilla married Prince Charles, food writer Tom Parker Bowles wed fashion journalist Sara Buys Saturday in an English country church ablaze with flowers.


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Telethon Reaches Viewers in 100 Countries (AP)
In this image made available by the Joint Network Gulf Coast Benefit, Inc., Mariah Carey performs on Shelter from the Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast, in Los Angeles Friday, Sept. 9, 2005. (AP Photo/Monty Brinton/ MMV Joint Network Gulf Coast Benefit, Inc.)AP - With the waters of Hurricane Katrina yet to recede, Randy Newman sang about a long-ago flood in "Louisiana 1927" to open a benefit program spread across dozens of television networks Friday.


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Hilfiger Says He's Reinventing Classics (AP)
Designer Tommy Hilfiger is seen backstage before the showing of his Spring 2006 collection, Friday,  Sept 9, 2005, in New York. Hilfiger is celebrating the twentieth year of his Tommy Hilfiger company. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)AP - Tommy Hilfiger's spring 2006 collection incorporates many of his signatures: seersucker, madras, the American flag, and red, white and blue.


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Gazzara, Dafoe to Receive Honor in Spain (AP)
American actor Ben Gazzara is seen at a party at the Hotel George V in Paris, on July 8, 1957. Gazzara and Willem Dafoe will receive lifetime achievement awards at the San Sebastian Film Festival, Spain's top cinema showcase. Gazzara, 75, and Dafoe, 50, 'have both chosen parts in high-risk films not toeing the line' with typical Hollywood expectations, organizers said Saturday, Sept 10, 2005. The festival runs Sept. 15-24. (AP Photo)AP - American actors Ben Gazzara and Willem Dafoe will receive lifetime achievement awards at the San Sebastian Film Festival, Spain's top cinema showcase.


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Versatile Musician Gatemouth Brown Dies (AP)
Blues musician Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown, 72, plays the fiddle during his performance at the Newport Folk Festival in Newport, R.I., in this Sunday, Aug. 11, 1996 file photo. Brown died Saturday, Sept. 10, 2005 in his hometown of Orange, Texas, where he had gone to escape Hurricane Katrina. He was 81. (AP Photo/c.j. gunther)AP - Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, the singer and guitarist who built a 50-year career playing blues, country, jazz and Cajun music, died Saturday in his hometown of Orange, Texas, where he had gone to escape Hurricane Katrina. He was 81.


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Feds Drop Media Ban on Katrina Recovery (AP)
A flood victim's body is seen enshrouded in a body bag under the Interstate 10 overpass in New Orleans on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2005. Efforts are being made to locate bodies of victims as well as survivors still staying in their homes.  (AP Photo/Steve Senne)AP - Challenged in court by CNN, the Bush administration agreed on Saturday not to prevent the news media from following the effort to recover the bodies of Hurricane Katrina victims.


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'Kiss Kiss', nude show light up Toronto festival (Reuters)
(L-R) U.S. actors Val Kilmer, Michelle Monaghan and Robert Downey Jr. arrive for the screening of their new film 'Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang' at the Toronto International Film Festival, September 8, 2005. The film is the first on-screen pairing of Kilmer and Downey Jr. (J.P. Moczulski/Reuters)Reuters - Two Hollywood "bad boys" on their best behavior, the plight of widows in India, and the story of a world-famous nude nightclub in London grabbed center stage at the Toronto Film Festival on Friday.


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Seasons' turn on Broadway in the works (Reuters)
Reuters - "I like being an underdog in New York, because New Yorkers love an underdog," says Bob Gaudio, applying an appropriate truism to the November 6 Broadway opening of "Jersey Boys."

Gazzara, Dafoe to Receive Honor in Spain (AP)
American actor Ben Gazzara is seen at a party at the Hotel George V in Paris, on July 8, 1957. Gazzara and Willem Dafoe will receive lifetime achievement awards at the San Sebastian Film Festival, Spain's top cinema showcase. Gazzara, 75, and Dafoe, 50, 'have both chosen parts in high-risk films not toeing the line' with typical Hollywood expectations, organizers said Saturday, Sept 10, 2005. The festival runs Sept. 15-24. (AP Photo)AP - American actors Ben Gazzara and Willem Dafoe will receive lifetime achievement awards at the San Sebastian Film Festival, Spain's top cinema showcase.


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Ang Lee Film Tops Venice Festival Awards (AP)
Director Ang Lee receives the Golden Lion, the festival's top award,  for his film 'Brokeback mountain' at the 62nd edition of the Venice Film Festival in Venice's Lido, northern Italy, Saturday, Sept. 10, 2005. (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis)AP - Ang Lee's tale of the homosexual love between two cowboys set in the conservative West of the 1960s won the Venice Film Festival's top award Saturday.


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'Violence,' 'Brokeback' bow at Toronto festival (Reuters)
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal signs autographs at the screening of 'Brokeback Mountain' at the 30th Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto September 10, 2005. The movie portrays the story of two young men, a Wyoming ranch hand and a rodeo cowboy, who after meeting in the summer of 1963 form a life-long bond. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - After impressing juries in Cannes and Venice, "A History of Violence" and "Brokeback Mountain" brought their revisionist tales of love and hate to the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday.


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Gay cowboy film rides off with Venice Golden Lion (Reuters)
Director Ang Lee receives the Golden Lion at the Cinema Palace in Venice September 10, 2005. Ang Lee's 'Brokeback Mountain', a tale of homosexual love in the wilds of Wyoming, won Venice's Golden Lion on Saturday, beating film festival favourite George Clooney in the race to take the top prize. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - Ang Lee's "Brokeback Mountain," a tale of homosexual love in the mountains of Wyoming, won Venice's Golden Lion on Saturday, beating film festival favorite George Clooney in the race to take the top prize.


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Italy's film hopes fade for a Venice Golden Lion (Reuters)
Reuters - One of Italy's top reviewers jolted the Venice festival last week with a front-page appeal for an Italian Golden Lion, but after three uneven films, painful soul-searching is more likely than a home-grown winner.

'Outsiders' Was Labor of Love for Coppola (AP)
Movie director Francis Ford Coppola poses at The Regency Hotel in New York on June 7, 2005. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - After the critical and commercial disaster of "One From the Heart" and the failure of his Zoetrope movie studio, a bankrupt Francis Ford Coppola found himself at "the beginning of a very continuing low period."


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'Elizabethtown' to Debut in Namesake City (AP)
U.S. Director Cameron Crowe, left, points at U.S. actress Kirsten Dunst during a photo call for the presentation of his film 'Elizabethtown' at the 31st Deauville Festival of American Film, in a Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2005  photo in Deauville, Normandy, France. Cameron Crowe will attend the first U.S. screening of his new movie, 'Elizabethtown,' Sept. 17 in Elizabethtown. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, file)AP - Cameron Crowe will attend the first U.S. screening of his new movie, "Elizabethtown," Sept. 17 in the city that bears its name. Co-star Orlando Bloom will be on hand for a screening later that night in Louisville.


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Director Wang's Film to Focus on Childhood (AP)
Chinese director Wang Xiaoshuai waves during a photo call before showing his movie 'Shanghai Dreams', in competition at the 58th international Cannes film festival in Cannes, southern France, in a Tuesday, May 17, 2005 photo. Chinese director Wang Xiaoshuai says his next film will further explore stories from his childhood that audiences embraced in 'Shanghai Dreams,' winner of the third-place jury prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival.  (AP Photo/Michel Euler, file)AP - Chinese director Wang Xiaoshuai says his next film will further explore stories from his childhood that audiences embraced in "Shanghai Dreams," winner of the third-place jury prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival.


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Venice places bets as countdown to awards begins (Reuters)
U.S. actor and director George Clooney arrives at the Cinema Palace in Venice September 1, 2005. Venice placed its bets ahead of an evening of red carpets and glittering Golden Lions on Saturday, as it prepared to wrap up the festival. Clooney is still the favorite to take the top Venice prize with 'Good Night. And, Good Luck', a black-and-white tale of broadcasting courage in the McCarthy era. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - Venice placed its bets ahead of an evening of red carpets and glittering Golden Lions on Saturday, preparing to wrap up a film festival that closes on an Asian note with lavish Chinese musical "Perhaps Love."


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Comedian electrifies Venice with anti-Berlusconi film (Reuters)
Reuters - Italian satirist Sabina Guzzanti has taken a leaf out of filmmaker Michael Moore's book, hitting out at Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi with a no-holds-barred documentary that met thundering applause in Venice on Friday.

Versatile Musician Gatemouth Brown Dies (AP)
Blues musician Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown, 72, plays the fiddle during his performance at the Newport Folk Festival in Newport, R.I., in this Sunday, Aug. 11, 1996 file photo. Brown died Saturday, Sept. 10, 2005 in his hometown of Orange, Texas, where he had gone to escape Hurricane Katrina. He was 81. (AP Photo/c.j. gunther)AP - Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, the singer and guitarist who built a 50-year career playing blues, country, jazz and Cajun music, died Saturday in his hometown of Orange, Texas, where he had gone to escape Hurricane Katrina. He was 81.


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Marigny music gives New Orleans new heartbeat (Reuters)
Hurricane Katrina holdout Kenny Claiborne broadcasts 'Radio Marigny' from speakers on his balcony for his neighbors in New Orleans, Louisiana September 10, 2005. Hurricane Katrina hit on August 29 causing numerous deaths and severe property damage in Louisiana and Mississippi. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)Reuters - As you round a corner in the club land district of Marigny, the silence of New Orleans is suddenly interrupted by blasting rock and bossa nova.


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John Fogerty buries hatchet with former label (Reuters)
Reuters - Former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty is returning to the record label that has been the bane of his existence for decades.

Fink Joining Cast of 'Doctor Atomic' (AP)
Richard Paul Fink, in the role of 'Alberich,' front, and Jane Bunnell, in the role of 'Flosshilde,' perform in an underwater scene during a dress rehearsal of Richard Wagner's 'Das Rheingold' at the Metropolitan Opera in New York Wednesday, March 17, 2004. Acclaimed baritone Fink is taking over the part of Edward Teller in the San Francisco Opera's production of John Adams' 'Doctor Atomic.' (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg)AP - Acclaimed baritone Richard Paul Fink is taking over the part of Edward Teller in the San Francisco Opera's production of John Adams' "Doctor Atomic."


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Telethon Reaches Viewers in 100 Countries (AP)
In this image made available by the Joint Network Gulf Coast Benefit, Inc., Mariah Carey performs on Shelter from the Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast, in Los Angeles Friday, Sept. 9, 2005. (AP Photo/Monty Brinton/ MMV Joint Network Gulf Coast Benefit, Inc.)AP - With the waters of Hurricane Katrina yet to recede, Randy Newman sang about a long-ago flood in "Louisiana 1927" to open a benefit program spread across dozens of television networks Friday.


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Country singer White finds her 'Soul' (Reuters)
Reuters - What happens when you are primarily known as a country artist, but you have soul music in your heart?

Gap Band's Wilson ready for second act (Reuters)
Reuters - Scheduling conflicts waylaid a proposed duet with Mariah Carey, and songs produced by Pharrell and Scott Storch did not make the final cut. But Charlie Wilson's debut album for Jive still boasts its share of star power, including the first song produced by the Jawbreakers, aka Justin Timberlake and the Black Eyed Peas' Will.i.am.

Banhart's experimental folk takes flight on 'Crow' (Reuters)
Reuters - Devendra Banhart's name is linked with the avant-garde, or the so-called "freak folk" scene. But despite a sometimes free-flowing experimentation, he is well-steeped in folk traditions.

Apfelbaum rewrites Hieroglyphics in New York (Reuters)
Reuters - After slipping off the recording map in 1992 and going on hiatus in 1995, Peter Apfelbaum's big band Hieroglyphics makes its triumphant return on its debut for ACT Music, "It Is Written."

Jay-Z's game plan includes new label (Reuters)
Reuters - Def Jam president/CEO Jay-Z has plans to start a new imprint next year.

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