Movies and high fashion [Fashionable]5/17/2013 10:50:02 AM
Movies and high fashion SP betrayed minorities, says Beni Prasad VermaMaha API assault: Security of suspended MNS MLA withdrawn'Himmatwala' review: It's deathly dull with puerile humourIPL 6: Five bowlers to watch out for Patiala: Truck occupants thrash policeman to deathBlog: What Arvind Kejriwal should actually fast forMedical negligence: Karnataka govt acts against hospitalNIA to probe Italian marines case, say sourcesDowry case: Ex-Odisha law minister Mohanty, wife arrestedFelt insulted standing before the judge: Musharraf So when the groom loses to win this license to wed, does it signal the end of their fairytale romance? Find out as the film which releases in the US in July is set for an India release later in the year. Taxi To The Dark Side: A dark ride Taxi to the Dark Side, a film that takes an in-depth look at torture practices by the Bush administration won the top documentary honor at New York's Tribeca Film Festival. The film looks at the story of an Afghan taxi driver who is mistakenly detained and dies after sustained beating by US guards. Critical of the US government's use of wartime powers, the film includes never-before-seen images from inside Bagram, Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay prisons. The film is directed by Alex Gibney who was also behind the Oscar nominated Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room in 2005. Hollywood meets fashion In a marriage of high fashion and Hollywood - the Museum of Art hosted the annual Costume Institute Gala in New York. The black tie dinner was co-chaired by Vogue and actress Cate Blanchett. The evening was inspired by the Met's new exhibit, Poiret: King of Fashion based on French designer Paul Poiret, who freed women from the corset nearly 100 years ago. Among those who made an appearance on the red carpet were Lindsay Lohan, Salma Hayek, Jennifer Lopez, Kate Moss , Naomi Campbell, Scarlett Johansson and Jessica Simpson.