Nate Parker’s heist movie “Predilection” in the works The movie is inspired by Marcio Garcia’s short, “Predileção,” about a low-level criminal who meets a legendary thief during a brief jail stint.
Pyramide Intl. nabs Sebastien Laudenbach’s “The Girl Without Hands” In “The Girl Without Hands,” Laudenbach adapts a lesser-known Brothers Grimm tale of the same title.
Italy’s iconic Trevi fountain runs red with “blood” of persecuted Christians The nearly 300-year-old Trevi fountain, commissioned by Pope Clement XII in 1730, draws millions of tourists each year.
Armenian American Museum to host exhibition on Latino Americans The event will screen footage from the PBS documentary series “Latino Americans” and feature an engaging discussion with Jorge N. Leal.