| Serious-minded Films Dominate Golden Globe Awards Nominations|
Serious-minded films dominated nominations for the 66th annual Golden Globe Awards, which were announced here Thursday in a Beverly Hills hotel by organizer the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA).
| 'Milk' Gets New York Film Critics' Vote|
"Milk", director Gus Van Sant's portrait of gay activist Harvey Milk, was hailed by the New York Film Critics Circle as the best film of 2008 on Wednesday.
| Michael Jackson's Neverland Gates for Sale|
The gates of Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch and one of the white gloves first unveiled in his "Billie Jean" video are going up for auction in a sale organized by the King of Pop.
| Post 80s Bring New Life into Cross-Talk|
Xiangsheng, or cross-talk, is a Chinese comedic art especially popular in Beijing and Tianjin. Cross-talk is attracting many young performers, born after the 1980s.
| Jakarta International Film Festival Closes|
The 10th Jakarta International Film Festival (JiFFest), opening from Dec. 5 to 9, closed on Tuesday.
| Costumes Unveiled for Opera 'Red Cliff'|
A new Peking opera show directed by Zhang Jigang, assistant director of the Beijing Olympics opening ceremony, will offer a panorama of the opera art's apparel, its costume designer says.
| Hollywood Actors Union to Mobilize Members before Strike Vote|
Hollywood's major actors union will hold a town hall meeting Monday night to mobilize its members as the union prepares to seek a strike authorization vote.
| Opera Film Cleans up at Box Offices|
Director Chen Kaige's latest film, "Forever Enthralled," has had a great opening weekend with a box office income exceeding 42 million yuan.