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131.08Horror Movie Production Gets Boost from Argentine Government (EXCLUSIVE)
231.08Venice: Chinese Online Video Giant iQiyi Aims to Stream Fest Films in China
331.08Brazil Gears Up $33 Million Film-TV Fund SP Cine (EXCLUSIVE)
431.08Venice: Al Pacino’s ‘The Humbling’ Producers Venture into Animation
531.08Venice: Riccardo Scamarcio to Star in, Produce ‘Pericles the Black Man’
631.08Why France Has Become a More Formidable Player at Film Festivals
730.08Venice Film Review: ‘Jackie & Ryan’
830.08Venice Film Review: ‘Labor of Love’
930.08Venice Film Review: ‘The Boxtrolls’
1030.08The Week Ahead | Film: Out of Sight? Not James Brown
1130.08The Other Rock History
1230.08Joan Rivers Remains Unconscious as Celebrity Friends Send Prayers
1330.08The Week Ahead | Pop: John Zorn at the Village Vanguard
1430.08The Week Ahead | Classical: Chamber Music Festival Fills a Void
1530.08Taking The Tuba Above And Beyond The Low End
1630.08Anthony D'Amato: A Songsmith Schooled By A Master Poet
1730.08Sturgill Simpson: Tiny Desk Concert
1830.08Hip-Hop In Print: Brooklyn Publisher Looks To 'Reverse Gentrify' Literature
1929.08Critic’s Notebook: Ostad Elahi, a Tanbur Master, Is Celebrated at Met Museum
2029.08Music Review: New Music From Locrian Chamber Players at Riverside Church
2129.08ArtsBeat: James Murphy Turns U.S. Open Matches Into Music
2229.08Alice Boman, 'Be Mine'
2329.08Metropolis: 8/23/14
2429.08Alexander Pereira Leaves Austrian Festival for La Scala
2529.08Drum Fill Friday, From Guest Quizmaster Mark Reznicek Of Toadies
2629.08ArtsBeat: Classical Playlist: Gluck, Jonathan Biss, Morton Feldman and More
2729.08ArtsBeat: A Book for Children, and Others, by Bruce Springsteen
2829.08Karen O Goes Solo with ‘Crush Songs’
2928.08About New York: For a Band of Steel-Pan Drummers, Summer Means Practice, Practice, Practice
3028.08Opera & Classical Music Listings for Aug. 29-Sept. 4
3128.08Pop & Rock Music Listings for Aug. 29-Sept. 4
3228.08Jazz Listings for Aug. 29-Sept. 4
3328.08Playlist: Nods to the 1960s, Straight-Ahead Jazz and Brazilian Pop
3428.08Music Review: At Bargemusic, an Instrument’s Rare Star Turn
3528.08Drug-Trafficking Charges Dropped Against Man Arrested in Hoffman Case
3628.08Electric Youth, 'A Real Hero (Live)'
3728.08Ages And Ages, Singing An Anthem For (And With) Everyone
3828.08A Surge Of Scarlatti Sonatas
3928.08'Miles Davis And Gil Evans: Still Ahead' On JazzSet
4028.08Songs As Soundtracks To The Story Of Latin Life
4128.08In Haiti, An 'American Idol'-Style Contest About Child Slavery
4228.08ArtsBeat: $13.2 Million in Gifts for the Minnesota Orchestra
4328.08ArtsBeat: ZZ Top Cancels Shows After Bassist Is Injured
4428.08Spectators Walk Out of a Show for Many Reasons
4528.08Special Report: Front Row Center: Philharmonie de Paris Prepares to Open Amid Controversy
4627.08Music Review: The ‘Drake vs. Lil Wayne’ Tour Headlines Two Hip-Hop Stars
4727.08ArtsBeat: Nobody Beats Wiz Khalifa’s Album; ‘Shake It Off’ Soars
4827.08ArtsBeat: Schimmel Center Offers Patti LuPone, Buster Keaton and Loudon Wainwright III
4927.08ArtsBeat: Schmimmel Center Offers Patti LuPone, Buster Keaton and Loudon Wainwright III
5026.08Chelsea Handler’s Star-Studded Finale: Celebrities Gather to Sing for ‘Lately’ Host (VIDEO)
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Katy Perry

Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson, better known by her stage name Katy Perry, is an American singer-songwriter and actress.

Among Perry's musical influences are Alanis Morissette, pop rockers Cyndi Lauper, Pat Benatar, Joan Jett, Shirley Manson, and Freddie Mercury, the late frontman of the British band Queen. []

Genres: Pop, Pop rock, Dance-Pop, Electro-Pop, Euro-Pop, Rock

Horror Movie Production Gets Boost from Argentine Government (EXCLUSIVE)Published: 8/31/2014 12:00:57 AMIn a further pioneering Argentine push into genre pic production, Luciana Cardosa, president of Argentina’s INCAA Film Institute, has put aside specific funding for horror movie production. Targeted state financing kicks off with a call for applications, to be launched shortly, for INCAA subsidy funding for two scarefare movies. In a parallel move, Blood Window,...
Venice: Chinese Online Video Giant iQiyi Aims to Stream Fest Films in ChinaPublished: 8/31/2014 12:00:50 AMChinese online video giant iQiyi is at the Venice Film Festival with a bold new project to bring more international films from global fests to Chinese audiences. The company is working on several concepts, including streaming the pics in China day-and-date with their festival release. “It’s important that we have as many movies as possible...
Brazil Gears Up $33 Million Film-TV Fund SP Cine (EXCLUSIVE)Published: 8/31/2014 12:00:24 AMBrazil is gearing up a new film-TV fund, SP Cine, a Sao Paulo-based finance investment initiative. Still in the works as a fully launched entity, but now with a CEO, Alfredo Manevy, SP Cine is looking to bow officially first half 2015. Its gameplan is to manage up to 75 million reales ($33.5 million) a...
Venice: Al Pacino’s ‘The Humbling’ Producers Venture into AnimationPublished: 8/31/2014 12:00:18 AMAndrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi’s Ambi Pictures, at Venice as co-producers of Barry Levinson’s Al Pacino-starrer “The Humbling,” are venturing into animation with “Arctic Justice Thunder Squad.” The ecology-themed 3D English-language family film is helmed by Canada’s Matthew Lyon in his homeland. “This movie will be Pixar or Disney quality,” said Iervolino who has set...
Venice: Riccardo Scamarcio to Star in, Produce ‘Pericles the Black Man’Published: 8/31/2014 12:00:13 AMItalian A-list actor-turned-producer Riccardo Scamarcio will shepherd and star in “Pericle il Nero” (“Pericles the Black Man”), a noir based on the eponymous Italo cult novel by Giuseppe Farrandino, published in France by the Gallimard Noir imprint. Long-gestating pic – which at one point Abel Ferrara was attached to direct – will be helmed by...
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