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Amy Winehouse recalls the 10th anniversary of her death in a new movie

Amy Winehouse’s family and friends look back on her life in a new documentary on the 10th anniversary of the singer’s death, with harrowing accounts of her rise to global fame and her battle against addiction. Narrated by her mother, Janis Winehouse-Collins, “Reclaiming Amy” features home videos, family pictures and interviews with close friends who remember the six-time Grammy-winner’s happier and darker times.

Kanye West teases new music ahead of the ‘Donda’ album release

Kanye West will release his 10th solo studio album “Donda” on Friday and tease his new music in an ad during the NBA Finals with US sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson, who missed the Olympics because of a positive cannabis test. The 44-year-old rapper will premiere the record on Thursday at a listening event in Atlanta, which will be streamed live.

Wolf Alice, Arlo Parks and Ghetts among the nominees for the Mercury Prize

Singer-songwriters Arlo Parks and Celeste, rapper Ghetts and former winner Wolf Alice are among the 12 acts in the running for this year’s Mercury Prize, the organizers of the British Music Prize announced on Thursday. The annual £ 25,000 ($ 34,385) award was first given to rockers Primal Scream in 1992 and lists 12 albums released by British and Irish acts in the UK over the past year.

Chloe Zhao joins her Oscar winner Bong Joon-ho on the jury of the Venice Festival

“Nomadland” director Chloe Zhao will be part of the main jury at this year’s Venice International Film Festival together with Oscar-winning filmmaker Bong Joon-ho, the organizers announced on Wednesday. The jury for the 78th edition of the festival in the Italian lagoon city also includes the “Widows” and “Harriet” actresses Cynthia Erivo and the filmmaker Alexander Nanau, who was nominated for an Oscar this year for the documentary “Colectiv”.

Harvey Weinstein pleads not guilty to the rape trial in Los Angeles

Former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein pleaded not guilty to a second trial in Los Angeles on Wednesday of rape and sexual assault in Los Angeles. 69-year-old Weinstein made his first appearance in a wheelchair in a brown prison uniform in Los Angeles Superior Court after being extradited Tuesday from New York, where he was serving 23 years in prison for rape and other sex offenses.

Royal Albert Hall is fully occupied again, but the London landmark is in debt

Renowned London event and venue Royal Albert Hall opened to full capacity on Monday for the first time since March 2020, but the concert hall says the pandemic is financially devastating. As of Monday, the UK government’s main COVID-19 restrictions in England ended, meaning concert venues and theaters can sell any available seats.

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