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Macao film festival to honour German actor Udo Kier

Udo Kier

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Udo Kier

German actor Udo Kier is set to be honoured at the 2nd International Film Festival Awards – Macao (IFFAM) with a Career Achievement Award.

Kier’s long and distinguished career has included work with well-known arthouse directors such as Werner Fassbinder, Gus Van Sant, Lars Von Trier and Werner Herzog.

He has balanced those roles with appearances in Hollywood fare such as Armageddon, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective and Blade.

Kier’s career began in the 1960s. His recent credits include Brawl in Cell Block 99, Alexander Payne’s Downsizing and Lars Von Trier’s Nymphomaniac: Volume II.

“With his high profile roles in Brawl In Cell Block 99 and Downsizing, we are reminded once again how unique and brilliant Udo Kier is, so there is no better time than to acknowledge that here in Macao with our career achievement award,” said Mike Goodridge, artistic director

Read more at: https://www.screendaily.com/news/macao-film-festival-to-honour-german-actor-udo-kier/5124582.article

I Needed Color: Jim Carrey’s upcoming documentary chronicles actor’s journey as a painter

When one thinks of actor Jim Carrey, what comes to mind is that expressive face and impeccable comic timing. Be it his ’90s comedy films like Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, The Mask and Dumb and Dumber, or the subtler turns in The Truman Show or Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind — Carrey has been one of the most sought after actors in Hollywood.

Jim Carrey in the documentary film, I Needed Colours. Screen grab from Vimeo.

Jim Carrey in the documentary film, I Needed Color. Screen grab from Vimeo.

After having been away from the arc lights for a while, Carrey has returned — not with a laugh riot — but a serious documentary on his alternate persona, that of a painter.

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Read more at: http://www.firstpost.com/entertainment/i-needed-color-jim-carreys-upcoming-documentary-chronicles-actors-journey-as-a-painter-3913603.html

Black Widow investigator Lee-Anne Cartier is the NZ version of Erin Brockovich, actor says

Aidee Walker plays Lee-Anne Cartier in the Sunday Theatre: Catching The Black Widow.

Aidee Walker plays Lee-Anne Cartier in the Sunday Theatre: Catching The Black Widow.

Christchurch woman Helen Milner might have got away with murder if it wasn’t for her sister-in-law Lee-Anne Cartier.

Milner poisoned her truck driver husband Philip Nisbet, 47, in 2009 and made it look like a suicide. But Cartier, Philip’s sister, became convinced Milner had killed Nisbet and set out to prove it. 

Cartier, who is in her mid-40s and lives in Australia, spent months investigating the case.

Walker says Lee-Anne Cartier's story has parallels to Erin Brokovich.

Walker says Lee-Anne Cartier’s story has parallels to Erin Brokovich.

As a result of her efforts, Milner was charged with killing her husband and, in 2014, was sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum non-parole period

Read more at: https://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/tv-radio/tv-guide/94927432/leeanne-cartiers-fight-for-justice-like-the-erin-brockovich-story

Gotham actor’s missing trans teen found and is now safe at home

Gotham star Donal Logue’s missing 16-year-old child has been found.

Jade Logue disappeared two weeks ago in New York. It quickly became a high-profile missing person case.

Logue’s rep told the HuffPost ‘Jade is now safely back home with her family, Donal is incredibly thankful for everyone’s support, and especially to the NYPD, FBI and Team Adam [from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children] for her safe return.’

In addition, Logue also tweeted his thanks

Missing for two weeks

It comes after the Gotham star, and wife Kasey Smith put out a series of appeals on social media asking for help.

Logue put out a tweet that was later deleted on 27 June:

‘Missing – yesterday at 2 PM Barclays Center/Fort Greene Brooklyn: my child, Jade Logue. 6’2″ 180 lime green hoodie dark green military parka’

However, many

Read more at: https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/missing-trans-teen-found-safe/

Actor’s missing daughter may have been spotted in Lancaster

LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – The missing daughter of actor Donal Logue may have been sighted in Lancaster.

City police said the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children received information on Thursday that 16-year-old Jade Logue was possibly seen in the area of the 400 block of North Duke Street.

Logue was last seen at her father’s home in Brooklyn on June 26.

Donal Logue, star of Fox’s “Gotham”, has been asking for the public’s help in locating his daughter. In a Facebook post, he asked that whoever may be with Jade to “just drop her off.” He says she’ll be taken back “with hugs and no questions asked.”

Jade Logue is transgender and was previously known as Arlo Logue.

New York City police have said they’ve found no signs of foul play and that they so far consider the teen a runaway.

Anyone with information

Read more at: http://abc27.com/2017/07/07/missing-ny-teen-may-have-been-spotted-in-lancaster/

‘Gotham’ actor Donal Logue pleads for missing daughter’s safe return

Actor Donal Logue plays detective Harvey Bullock (left) alongside Ben McKenzie as detective James Gordon in an episode of “Gotham” airing on Fox. (Jessica Miglio/Fox Broadcasting Co.)

On the television show Gotham, Donal Logue plays a hard-driving detective who is tough on crime.

Now, in real life, Logue says he’s turning to “dogged” law enforcement investigators to help him solve a troubling family mystery: The disappearance of his teenage daughter, Jade.

The 51-year-old actor claims he filed a missing persons report with the New York City Police Department and is working with “teams from” the FBI to help him track down the missing 16-year-old.

The teenager was last seen near the Barclays Center in Brooklyn about 2 p.m. on June 26, police told ABC News.

Logue publicized his family’s desperate search and asked for his daughter’s safe return — “no questions asked” — on Facebook and Twitter over the weekend,

Read more at: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/arts-and-entertainment/wp/2017/07/03/we-want-you-home-gotham-actor-pleads-for-missing-daughters-safe-return/