Musicians

Bowie doc blasts off at film fest

A high-octane documentary on David Bowie has delighted fans at the Cannes Film Festival which is having a vintage year for music lovers.

"Moonage Daydream" by American documentary maker Brett Morgen is a tour de force through the daring creativity of the pop icon who influenced rock music like few others.

Močnik wins composers’ guild award

Ljubljana – Composer Damijan Močnik is the winner of the 2022 Kozina Award, the top honour for this art form, which is given out by the Slovenian Composers’ Association. Močnik is being honoured for his well rounded sacral oeuvre, says Wednesday’s press release by the association, which will present the award to the composer on 2 June.

A Bulgarian Delegation will Not Take Part in the Official May 24th Ceremony in Moscow

For the first time in 30 years, a delegation from the Bulgarian embassy will not take part in the official ceremony organized by the Russian authorities on the occasion of May 24 in front of the monument to the holy brothers Cyril and Methodius in Moscow.

Bob Dylan museum opening in Tulsa

Elvis Costello, Patti Smith and Mavis Staples will be among the dignitaries expected in Tulsa, Oklahoma, this weekend for the opening of the Bob Dylan Center, the museum and archive celebrating the Nobel laureate's work.

Dylan himself won't be among them, unless he surprises everyone.

Russian TV Stars are Hiding from the War with Ukraine in Bulgaria

The popular Russian actress and TV presenter from the First Channel of the Russian state television Larisa Guzeeva has fled the country and settled in her property on the Black Sea coast in Bulgaria, Russian media reported after Russians recognized the actress during her walk in Nessebar.

Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan to reunite for ‘Neighbours’ finale

Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan will return to Australian soap opera "Neighbours" for its finale after an absence of more than 30 years, the soon-to-be axed show's creators said on May 1.

The Australian stars both launched their careers on the long-running program, which announced in March that it will cease production next month after nearly 37 years on small screens.

Şırnak to host first international tennis cup

With the participation of some 150 athletes from 15 countries, the eastern province of Şırnak, once associated with terror, is now preparing to host its first international tennis tournament, the country's sports and youth minister has said.

"The noise of the tennis rackets will echo on the foot of Mount Cudi," Mehmet Kasapoğlu told the Daily Milliyet.

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