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Family of Girl Killed by Drunk Driver Hears Her Heart Beat in the Young Boy She Saved: 'I Can Feel Her Love'

2 August 2016 11:30 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

The family of a 14-year-old girl who was killed by a drunk driver found peace when they heard her heart beating inside a young boy. In March, Katelyn Zimmerman and her brother Dylan, 13, died after being hit by a car while riding their bicycles near their home of Inverness, Florida. But Katelyn told her grandmother the very day of the accident that she wanted to be an organ donor. "That was the last thing she said to me, and I want to see her wish come true," Charlene Sweigart told Today". Sweigart shared Katelyn's wish with the girl's dad, Shawn Zimmerman, »

- Stephanie Petit, @stephpetit_

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Family of Girl Killed by Drink Driver Hears Her Heart Beat in the Young Boy She Saved: 'I Can Feel Her Love'

2 August 2016 11:30 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

The family of a 14-year-old girl who was killed by a drunk driver found peace when they heard her heart beating inside a young boy. In March, Katelyn Zimmerman and her brother Dylan, 13, died after being hit by a car while riding their bicycles near their home of Inverness, Florida. But Katelyn told her grandmother the very day of the accident that she wanted to be an organ donor. "That was the last thing she said to me, and I want to see her wish come true," Charlene Sweigart told Today". Sweigart shared Katelyn's wish with the girl's dad, Shawn Zimmerman, »

- Stephanie Petit, @stephpetit_

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Chorus of Celebs! Dave Franco Challenges Famous Pals to Sing in Public: Watch

22 July 2016 1:25 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

It doesn't get much better than Dave Franco belting out Backstreet Boys in the middle of a New York City Apple Store. To promote his new film Nerve, the 31-year-old posed a perky challenge to friends and fans: daring people to "find their nerve" (using #FindYourNerve on social media) and record themselves singing in public. The actor kicked off the challenge by singing the Backstreet Boys classic "I Want It That Way" - in the middle of an Apple store in Soho. "The whole thing is fun, it's about encouraging people to get out of their shell a little bit, »

- Maya Anderman, @MayaAnderman

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Chorus of Celebs! Dave Franco Challenges Famous Pals to Sing in Public: Watch

22 July 2016 1:25 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

It doesn't get much better than Dave Franco belting out Backstreet Boys in the middle of a New York City Apple Store. To promote his new film Nerve, the 31-year-old posed a perky challenge to friends and fans: daring people to "find their nerve" (using #FindYourNerve on social media) and record themselves singing in public. The actor kicked off the challenge by singing the Backstreet Boys classic "I Want It That Way" - in the middle of an Apple store in Soho. "The whole thing is fun, it's about encouraging people to get out of their shell a little bit, »

- Maya Anderman, @MayaAnderman

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Ballroom Bliss! Dancing with the Stars' 17 Best Routines from Season 22

23 May 2016 12:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

What a ball we've had in the ballroom! Dancing with the Stars' is quick-stepping toward its two-part finale on Monday night, and, while the spotlight will be on the dances performed by finale three Nyle Dimarco, Paige VanZant and Ginger Zee, there have been many incredible performances along the way by the entire season 22 cast. Below, we run down our favorite routines of the season so far.17. "Cake by the Ocean," Nyle Dimarco and Peta Murgatroyd Dimarco's first dance of the season shocked everyone in the best way possible, making him an early front-runner. And looking back, it's hard »

- Dave Quinn, @NineDaves

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Louis Theroux webchat – your questions answered on Jimmy Savile, Islam and Scientology

9 May 2016 5:41 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The TV documentarist answered your questions, from his regrets about not exposing Jimmy Savile to vomiting and falling asleep during interviews. Catch up with his answers here

1.35pm BST

Many thanks to Louis for his time and his answers, and to everyone who submitted questions. Until next time!

Thank you for your great questions. On Sunday night at 9 o'clock on BBC2 we have a show called A Different Brain about brain injury - please tune in. And Drinking To Oblivion is still available on iPlayer.

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Who would be your Anne Widdicombe for this age Louis, someone unlikely you would like to follow around where others would fear to tread?

I have to say Trump, but he'd never agree. I think Lisa Marie Presley would be fascinating - I don't know about following her around, but the way she touches on different interests of mine, being married to Michael Jackson, »

- Guardian Staff

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Watch the First Two Perfect Scores of 'Dancing with the Stars' Season 22

5 May 2016 10:00 PM, PDT | buddytv.com | See recent BuddyTV news »

Week seven of Dancing with the Stars gave us the first perfect score of season 22 courtesy of not one but two couples. Ginger Zee and Valentin Chmerkovskiy performed an elegant  Waltz to "I Have Nothing" by Whitney Houston while Paige VanZant and Mark Ballas flawlessly danced the Jive to "Proud Mary" by Tina Turner on Icons Night. If you missed Monday's Dancing with the Stars, you can check out the two winning performances below.

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DWTS Guys Groove to James Brown, Ladies Are Fierce to Beyoncé - Plus 2 Couples Go Home

2 May 2016 7:15 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

It was men vs. women on Monday's Dancing with the Stars! For the team dance segment, it was guys Nyle Dimarco, Wanya Morris, Von Miller and Antonio Brown, showing off their moves to a James Brown medley. The men earned raves from the judges and 28 out of 30. "I salute the lot of you," said Len Goodman. On the other side of the competition, it was the ladies of team Beyoncé: Jodie Sweetin, Ginger Zee, Kim Fields and Paige VanZant. The women didn't score quite as well as the men, with the judges praising them but awarding them just 25 out »

- Aaron Couch

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DWTS Guys Groove to James Brown, Ladies Are Fierce to Beyoncé - Plus 2 Couples Go Home

2 May 2016 7:15 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

It was men vs. women on Monday’s Dancing with the Stars! For the team dance segment, it was guys Nyle Dimarco, Wanya Morris, Von Miller and Antonio Brown, showing off their moves to a James Brown medley. The men earned raves from the judges and 28 out of 30. "You've not only had to learn your personal dance, you've come out work tight get it together, I salute the lot of you," said Len Goodman. On the other side of the competition, it was ladies of team Beyoncé: Jodie Sweetin, Ginger Zee, Kim Fields and Paige VanZant. The women didn't »

- Aaron Couch

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Watch: Ginger Zee Earns First Perfect Score of DWTS Season and Makes Judge 'Burst Into Tears'

2 May 2016 6:45 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

It's all 10s for Ginger Zee! The Good Morning America personality earned the first perfect score of this season on Monday's Dancing with the Stars with a moving dance to Whitney Houston's "I Have Nothing." "Halfway through the dance I burst into tears because I was so happy" said Carrie Ann Inaba. "It was powerful, it was elegant. It was perfection." Len Goodman said "it was like a cool breeze on a warm summer's day," while Bruno Tonioli called it "perfection." After getting perfect scores, Zee jumped into pro Val Chmerkovskiy's arms in celebration, particularly excited as the »

- Aaron Couch

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Watch: Ginger Zee Earns First Perfect Score of DWTS Season and Makes Judge 'Burst Into Tears'

2 May 2016 6:45 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

It's all 10s for Ginger Zee! The Good Morning America personality earned the first perfect score of this season on Monday's Dancing with the Stars with a moving dance to Whitney Houston's "I Have Nothing." "Halfway through the dance I burst into tears because I was so happy" said Carrie Ann Inaba. "It was powerful, it was elegant. It was perfection." Len Goodman said "it was like a cool breeze on a warm summer's day," while Bruno Tonioli called it "perfection." After getting perfect scores, Zee jumped into pro Val Chmerkovskiy's arms in celebration, particularly excited as the »

- Aaron Couch

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People Review: Nina Is an Off-Key Tribute to a Music Legend

21 April 2016 4:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Nina teaches us an important lesson about waiting for a film to come out before criticizing it. For it is only then that we can know how truly heinous it is. For months, cultural critics and their armchair doppelgängers at home decried the casting of Zoë Saldana as singer and activist Nina Simone. They slammed the dark makeup and prosthetic nose slapped on the actress in a tragic attempt to make her look like Simone. If only they'd waited to cast aspersions, they'd have realized that the film's problems go even deeper than its cast. Let's be clear: Saldana is »

- Alynda Wheat, @AlyndaWheat

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People Review: Nina Is an Off-Key Tribute to a Music Legend

21 April 2016 4:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Nina teaches us an important lesson about waiting for a film to come out before criticizing it. For it is only then that we can know how truly heinous it is. For months, cultural critics and their armchair doppelgängers at home decried the casting of Zoë Saldana as singer and activist Nina Simone. They slammed the dark makeup and prosthetic nose slapped on the actress in a tragic attempt to make her look like Simone. If only they'd waited to cast aspersions, they'd have realized that the film's problems go even deeper than its cast. Let's be clear: Saldana is »

- Alynda Wheat, @AlyndaWheat

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2016 Illuminate Film Festival Announces Exciting Lineup and Events for Its 3rd Edition

18 April 2016 1:33 PM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

The 2016 Illuminate Film Festival, which will take place June 1 – 5, 2016 in Sedona, Arizona has announced the official line up of films for the 3rd annual event. The only film festival of its kind, the Illuminate Film Festival offers a collection of over 20 feature length and short films from around the world, exploring the year’s best in conscious cinema, as well as eye opening and thought provoking panels and conversations that will expand minds and inspire dialogue.

“We are proud to be the world’s premier film festival for conscious cinema” said the festival’s Executive Director Danette Wolpert, “and continue to attract movie-lovers, spiritual seekers and conscious lifestyle enthusiasts from over 25 states and 8 countries. In our third year, we will offer audiences the opportunity to enjoy the world’s best life-affirming, mind-body-spirit focused films, experience radical transformation together and meet trailblazers in the emerging genre of conscious cinema.”

Illuminate will begin on June 1st, 2016 with a pre-Festival Launch Party and Free Outdoor Screening of work-in-progress "Be More," a stirring documentary film narrated by Joaquin Phoenix, about seven activists who make it their mission to create a more compassionate world. Their goal: To transform the lives of seventeen teenagers in seven days. Filmmaker Justin Haulbrook will be in attendance.

Opening Film on June 2nd, 2016 will be "Maya Angelou and Still I Rise," which portrays the vibrant spirit of an American Legend - author, poet, Grammy-winner, civil rights activist and shining example of what it is to be empowered moment by moment in one’s life. Directed by Bob Hercules and Rita Coburn Whack, the film features interviews with Oprah Winfrey, James Earl Jones, Alice Walker and Hillary Clinton. Filmmaker Rita Coburn Whack will be in attendance.

The Festival’s Spotlight will be the emotional tour de force "Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru," directed by Academy Award® nominated Joe Berlinger. This film pulls back the curtain on the internationally renowned life and business strategist and his mammoth annual seminar, capturing the life changing transformations of the participants in real time. The Closing Film event will be a Sneak Peek of "Mantra: Sounds Into Silence," a film about the revolution underway in world Kirtan, yoga's call-and-response form of devotional music. Sneak peek clips of the film will be followed by a Q&A and live concert with world-renowned Kirtan sensation Jai Uttal. Filmmaker Georgia Wyss will be in attendance.

The Illuminate Film Festival will introduce the inaugural Conscious Visionary Award, an award honoring a pioneer in the world of conscious cinema, spirituality, and life achievement as a teacher and facilitator of human transformation. The award will be presented to the Hon. Dr. Rev. Michael Bernard Beckwith for his unparalleled record of bringing hope, love and encouragement to millions of spiritual seekers, creating the Agape worldwide community of faithful parishioners, students, healers and teachers who carry his message forward, and his complete dedication to uplifting and inspiring humanity through his church, books, audio recordings and numerous film appearances.

Chaz Ebert has signed on as the keynote speaker for the Conscious Film Convergence and will speak on the role of transformational entertainment and its potential impact on humanity.  Chaz, wife of the late Roger Ebert, is the CEO of several Ebert enterprises, including President of Ebert Productions and Chairman of the Board of The Roger and Chaz Ebert Foundation, and Co-Founder and Producer of Ebertfest, the film festival now in its 18th year.

Other films in the lineup include:

"A New High" (2015), directed by Samuel Miron and Stephen Scott Scarpulla - Everyone defines their mountain. For the residents of a Seattle homeless shelter, it’s homelessness, addiction, abuse.... and the 14,400-foot Mt Rainier.

"The Connected Universe" (2016), directed by Malcom Carter – Returning after its sold out Sneak Peek at Illuminate 2015, this documentary featuring Nassim Haramein discovers the science behind the interconnection of all things in a magnificent, groundbreaking union of science and spirituality. (Private screening)

"From This Day Forward" (2015), directed by Sharon Shattuck – Filmmaker Sharon Shattuck examines the mystery at the heart of her upbringing – How her transgender father Trisha and her straight-identified mother Marcia stayed together against all odds – depicting a love that survived the most intimate of transformations.

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"Home Care" (2015), directed by Slávek Horák – The official 2016 Oscar entry for the Czech Republic, this appealing humanist tale follows Vlasta, a dedicated home nurse whose entire life is devoted to saving others, as she reluctantly ventures into spirituality and alternative medicine to find salvation for herself.

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"Icaros: A Visions" (2016), directed by Leonor Caraballo and Matteo Norzi - A film shaped like a shamanic journey utilizing the unique qualities of plant medicine, steeped in a psychoactive brew exploring fear and destiny in the jungle of the mind and the Amazon. (Southwest Premiere)

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"Love, Sweat & Tears" (2016), directed by Scott Jacobs – Dr. Pamela Dee Gaudry is on a mission to “Save The Menopausal Vaginas of America!” In this documentary, Gaudry marries medical facts with profound insights from some of today’s influential spiritual leaders such as Hon. Dr. Rev. Michael Beckwith and Rev June Gatlin, as well as riotous comedians Joan Rivers and Jenny McCarthy. (World Premiere)

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"Teal" The Making of a Spiritual Teacher"  (2016), directed by Paola Marino – Referred to as “The Spiritual Catalyst” and dubbed the next Wayne Dyer, Teal Swan’s extrasensory gifts and connection to the spiritual realm are a light in the perpetual darkness of the modern age. (Work-In-Progress World Premiere)

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"Orange Sunshine" (2016), directed by William A. Kirkley – During the early 1960’s, a group of family, friends, and surfers formed a church centered around psychedelics. For The Brotherhood of Eternal Love, the mission was to enlighten the world, and the law was but a mere interference. (Arizona Premiere)

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"Planting Seeds of Mindfulness" (2016), directed by Gregory Kennedy-Salemi and Stuary Jolley –Based on the teachings of world renowned Zen Master, Thich Nhat Hanh, and featuring riveting music by Tina Turner, this live action-animated film about a teenager’s mindful journey is a powerful tool to help children, parents, teachers and communities develop the skills to promote peace within themselves and in the world around them.  (World Premiere)

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"Pursuing Happiness" (2015), directed by Adam Shell – The desire to be happy is so intense that we spend an immeasurable amount of time and money in an effort to obtain it. This enchanting, revelatory documentary explores the happiest people in America and uncovers the secrets to their happiness.   

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"Thank You For Your Service" (2016), directed by Tom Donahue – This gripping documentary about four Iraq War veterans struggling with Ptsd explores the healing aspects of meditation, native ceremony and equine therapy.  Impactful interviews include former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, General David Petraeus and Mayor Rudy Guiliani. (Southwest Premiere)

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"The C Word" (2016), directed by Meghan O’Hara – Cancer is no laughing matter – but the archaic way we are battling it is. Executive produced and narrated by Morgan Freeman, this film explores hidden science, the absurdity of the status quo, and introduces a vibrant cast of characters changing the cancer game. (Southwest Premiere)

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"The Highest Past" (2011), directed by Jon FitzgeraldSeven motorcycle riders share the journey of a lifetime along some of the most dangerous roads in the world, guided by a modern yogi and guru. (Cinema Revisited)

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"Tree Story"  (2015), directed by Ward Serrill – A series of short documentary films that explore the relationship between humans and trees from every conceivable angle: the scientific, the mythical, the practical, the cultural, and the spiritual. (Festival World Premiere)

"Vegan" Everyday Stories"  (2016), directed by Glenn Scott Lacey – Explore the lives of four remarkably different people who share a common thread – they’re all vegan. Follow an ultramarthon runner, a cattle rancher’s wife and an 8 year-old girl through their profound transformations. Featuring interviews with Moby, Russell Simmons and Ed Begley Jr. (World Premiere)

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Short Films: 

"The Avadhut" directed by Jonathan Dubsky, Fenulla Jiwan, Zottomer Kenatarac (World Premiere)

"Catching Fire" directed by Ward Serrill (World Premiere)

"Forgotten Ritual" directed by Mirjam Hlastan (Us Premiere)

"Holistic Life Foundation" directed by Chris Farina (Southwest Premiere)

"Sister Jaguar's Journey" directed by Sande Zeig

"Today I Acknowledge" directed by Jessica Hahner (Arizona Premiere)

Conscious Film Convergence Panels and Workshops: 

Spotlight Conversation: Norman Seeff On Creativity: The Power of A Dream

As a photographer for the most prolific artists of our time - Tina Turner, Johnny Cash, Jim Henson, Steve Jobs, Martin Scorsese and Will.I.Am, to name a few, Norman Seeff knows something about the creative process. Through his innovative methodology, he has developed a body of content exploring the roots of creativity, innovation and optimal performance and has identified schematics describing the archetypes of the creative process that function across all creative disciplines.

Behind The ‘Seen’ – Investing In Transformational Entertainment

Through this intimate dialogue on film finance moderated by Simon Kilmurry (Executive Director, International Documentary Association), hear from three savvy individuals who are committed to bringing transformational entertainment to mainstream audiences about the art and science of financing conscious and cause-based cinema. Guests include Geralyn Dreyfous of Impact Partners/Gamechangers, and producers Jane Charles of Greater Good Entertainment ("Sold") and Ilan Arboleda of CreativeChaos (Thank You For Your Service).

Conscious Media & The Mainstream: Finding Your Audience

Media, industry outlets and tastemakers play an essential role in building buzz and excitement around new cinema titles as they seek to find their audiences, often defining their position in the marketplace. Join Corrine Bourdeau, President of 360 Degree Communications, Bill Goodykoontz, Film Critic Az Republic & Gannett News Service, Maya Zuckerman, Huffington Post writer, and Mark DeNicola of Collective Evolution as they reveal how to best leverage the media and how conscious cinema can be branded, marketed and presented to engage audiences and maximize box office.

Act of Transformation - A Screenwriter's Workshop

Emmy Award winning screenwriter Dev Ross conducts a workshop focused on the act of transforming a conscious concept into an engaging screenplay. First, Dev will discuss how a screenplay that sets out to raise consciousness can face inherent story problems, using Joseph Campbell’s “Hero’s Journey” as a reference on how to avoid this mistake. Then, by using the model discussed in the first half, the audience will have the opportunity to participate in the creation of a three-act story outline based on audience-contributed ideas.

Distribution Therapy

Disabuse yourself from assumptions about what it’s like to tie the knot with a distributor!  Get a rare chance to observe a series of conversations between filmmakers and their distributors. Join facilitator Shaeri Richards as she helps distributor-filmmaker pairs share their feelings in an entertaining format that will provide abundant wisdom on setting expectations, keeping the flame alive and when to call it quits with your distributor.  Panelists: Nancy Gerstman, Co-founder/Co-president of Zeitgeist Films & filmmaker Jeremy Frindel ("One Track Heart"); Richard Lorber, CEO of Kino Lorber & producer Peter Rader ("Awake: The Life of Yogananda"); Richard Cohn, President of Beyond Words & filmmaker Patrick Solomon ("Finding Joe").

**New workshop announced!

Tools of Immersive Cinema – Virtual Reality Workshop with Sandy Smolan

Virtual Reality workshop by filmmaker Sandy Smolan entitled "Going Deep: Diving into Virtual Reality Content Creation." It will be an overview and demonstration of the technology used to create The Click Effect (Sundance 2016), a live-action, immersive Vr experience that follows two renegade marine science researchers as they attempt to free-dive a hundred feet below the ocean’s surface in a single breath to capture the “click” communication of dolphins and sperm whales.

The Launch Party and Free Outdoor Screening will take place at The Collective in the Village of Oak Creek.  Festival screenings will take place at the Sedona Performing Arts Center and the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.  Festival parties will be hosted by Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, the Lodge at Sedona and Picazzo’s Organic Italian Kitchen.

Illuminate Film Festival Major Sponsors 

Principal:  Science of Mind Magazine, ChocolaTree Organic Oasis & Sedona Chamber of Commerce

Producing:  The Collective, The Lodge at Sedona, Sedona Real Inn & Suites, International Documentary Association, Picazzo’s Organic Italian Kitchen & Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village

Supporting: Sedona Elite Properties, Javelina Leap Vineyard & Winery,

Alive Mind Cinema, and Centers for Spiritual Living

Media Sponsors:  Spirituality & Health Magazine, Om Times, Conscious Life News,

Collective Evolution and Sedona Now TV.

VIP All-Access passes offer unlimited access to all events, including opening and closing night gala presentations, spotlight screenings, Reel Healing “View & Do” screenings, VIP parties and receptions, and Conscious Film Convergence panels and conversations, and provide priority ticketing access into theaters. Early Bird passes on sale now! Cost until April 20 is $349 and $444 after. Conscious Film Convergence passes are $249. 

To purchase passes, visit www.illuminatefilmfestival.com. Starting May 6, individual tickets can be purchased on a space-available basis. The full schedule of films exhibiting at the 2016 Illuminate Film Festival will be posted April 19. For more information, visit www.illuminatefilmfestival.com »

- Peter Belsito

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Get Ready for The Boss by Celebrating That Other Girl Scout Classic Troop Beverly Hills

7 April 2016 1:50 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Melissa McCarthy's new comedy, The Boss, arrives in theaters on Friday. Given McCarthy's string of box office successes, the movie seems primed to be a hit. And we're stoked too, but the premise of the film has us recalling another female-led comedy: The 1989 Shelley Long cult hit Troop Beverly Hills. Both films focus on women of means who enjoy living the high life but who have also been humbled in some way - The Boss's Michelle Darnell being sent to prison, and Troop's Phyllis Nefler facing an impending divorce. And both protagonists turn to the Girl Scouts (or »

- Drew Mackie, @drewgmackie

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Oprah Winfrey Network Star -- Moonlighting As a Rapper!!

30 March 2016 1:30 PM, PDT | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

One of the stars of "Welcome to Sweetie Pie's" is serious about his side hustle -- he's releasing a new music video with Migos. Tim Norman, who's featured on Own's hit reality show ... recorded and released the song "Loud" with Migos last month, and the video's dropping today. Btw, his rap handle is Time. Even though Tim's flourishing in the family biz with his mom, Miss Robbie -- we're told his first passion is music. »

- TMZ Staff

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Jesus Sings Katy Perry?! Inside the Passion Soundtrack

20 March 2016 2:25 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

[Youtube "owOr6zDP8rM"] What would Jesus sing? On Sunday, Fox will air The Passion, a two-hour live, musical event that tells the story of Christ's final days using the setting of modern-day New Orleans and popular songs. "It's an amazing list of songs that come from all genres," Jencarlos Canela, who plays Jesus, tells People. "There's something for everyone to enjoy." Here are a look at the most interesting and surprising songs on the soundtrack: Jesus Channels Katy Perry's "Unconditionally"Perry may be known for her lighthearted, fun party songs, but her ballad about unconditional love will be sung by Canela (as Jesus) and a 50-person choir. »

- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA

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Jesus Sings Katy Perry?! Inside the Passion Soundtrack

20 March 2016 2:25 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

[Youtube "owOr6zDP8rM"] What would Jesus sing? On Sunday, Fox will air The Passion, a two-hour live, musical event that tells the story of Christ's final days using the setting of modern-day New Orleans and popular songs. "It's an amazing list of songs that come from all genres," Jencarlos Canela, who plays Jesus, tells People. "There's something for everyone to enjoy." Here are a look at the most interesting and surprising songs on the soundtrack: Jesus Channels Katy Perry's "Unconditionally"Perry may be known for her lighthearted, fun party songs, but her ballad about unconditional love will be sung by Canela (as Jesus) and a 50-person choir. »

- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA

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Film Review: ‘Miss Sharon Jones!’

18 March 2016 3:56 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

“Miss Sharon Jones?” Though the actual title for the soul singer’s soul-bearing docu-portrait ends with an emphatic, life-affirming exclamation point, audiences could be forgiven for phrasing it as a question instead: Just who is this tiny musical dynamo, who finds the energy not only to thrash and shimmy like a pint-sized Tina Turner on-stage but also to battle it out with pancreatic cancer behind the scenes — and more importantly, why haven’t we heard of her before?

For those who know Jones’ work as the just-shy-of-five-foot frontwoman for Brooklyn-based funk ensemble the Dap-Kings, director Barbara Kopple’s latest femme-powerment film anthem will be a delight. And for the many who don’t, the discovery proves an even greater pleasure, offering an intimate glimpse at the fighting spirit that defines one of America’s great unsung rhythm artists.

Actually, “diva” is the term Jones seems to get most, though the »

- Peter Debruge

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American Idol Top 10 Recap: I Don't Think You're Ready for This, Kelly

25 February 2016 7:23 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

I may not have grown up under the Common Core Standards, but I know enough math to figure out the following simple equation:

There are six weeks left of American Idol‘s Season 15. There are seven weeks left of Kelly Clarkson’s pregnancy. If Fox and 19 Entertainment spring for a luxury Rv to transport the original Idol winner to and from Hollywood every Thursday between now and the April 7 finale, there is no reason whatsoever she can’t upgrade this rollercoaster of a Farewell Season with her sweetly rambling, stream-of-consciousness, heartfelt and honest critiques. (And the occasional emotionally devastating performance. »

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