Sean Penn

 
Hollywood bigwigs pay tribute to 'friend' Chávez
Hollywood bigwigs pay tribute to 'friend' Chávez
Actor and director Penn, who first met Chávez in Venezuela in 2007 and attended a candlelit vigil for the stricken firebrand in Bolivia in...
Sean Penn: A firebrand on and off screen
Sean Penn: A firebrand on and off screen
In the midst of the row that has engulfed Sean Penn over his comments on "ludicrous and archaic" British colonialism regarding the Falkland...
The good, the mad and the ugly
The good, the mad and the ugly
There's nothing quite like the Cannes Film Festival, a place where big egos and big mouths are placed under the scrutiny of the media spotlight...
I am Milk
I am Milk
Apparently a long time in gestation, which is to say Hollywood hell, the biopic of Harvey Milk has finally reached the big screen. Milk was the...
Gay Asians outraged over TV censorship of Oscars
Gay Asians outraged over TV censorship of Oscars
Gay Asians voiced indignation on Wednesday after television broadcasts of the Academy Awards in their region censored the words "gay" and "lesbian"...
Final destination
Final destination
NOT QUITE THE MOVIE OF THE WEEK: Shaun de Waal reviews Into the Wild, directed by Sean Penn.
'Touch my muscles,' Chávez tells Naomi Campbell
'Touch my muscles,' Chávez tells Naomi Campbell
Venezuela President Hugo Chávez, in an interview with supermodel Naomi Campbell, predicted that the United States "empire" is about to fall,...
Coen brothers named best 2007 directors by peers
Coen brothers named best 2007 directors by peers
The Directors Guild of America (DGA) on Saturday chose Ethan and Joel Coen as best feature film directors for 2007 for their gritty crime drama...
Emotional Cannes triumph for French classroom film
Emotional Cannes triumph for French classroom film
The director of Entre les Murs, the French classroom drama that won the main Cannes film prize said on Sunday he had been deeply moved by...
Cannes critics cool as film competition nears end
Cannes critics cool as film competition nears end
A lack of memorable movies mean the 2008 Cannes film festival is unlikely to live long in the minds of many critics, who argue that after a solid...
Animation on Beirut bids for top Cannes prize
Animation on Beirut bids for top Cannes prize
Repressed memories, the horrors of war and Israel's dubious role in a notorious Beirut refugee camp massacre are the themes of the Cannes film...
Cannes kicks off with kung-fu pandas, vision of apocalypse
Cannes kicks off with kung-fu pandas, vision of apocalypse
Kicking kung-fu pandas and a chilling Brazilian vision of the apocalypse: the Cannes film festival kicked off on Wednesday blending fun with...

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