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'Gloria Bell' puts Julianne Moore at the center of the action




Julianne Moore in the Sebastián Lelio film,
Julianne Moore in the Sebastián Lelio film, "Gloria Bell." Photo by HilaryBronwyn Gayle, courtesy of A24
Photo by HilaryBronwyn Gayle, courtesy of A24

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MEET "GLORIA BELL" FILMMAKER SEBASTIAN LELIO

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Sebastián Lelio never planned to remake his 2013 movie "Gloria" then he met Julianne Moore. The Chilean filmmaker' has now written and directed "Gloria Bell."  Set in Los Angeles and made in English, it's both a replica of and a reinterpretation of the original. Lelio talks with John Horn about how he feels that this story, which centers the action around the Julianne Moore character who's a single woman of a certain age, is landing in theaters at just the right time. 

Y LA BAMBA'S NEW ALBUM "MUJERES"

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The Indie rock band Y LA BAMBA released a new album this month called “Mujeres." The Portland-based group is led by Mexican-American singer-songwriter and guitarist Luz Elena Mendoza. When the band came through Los Angeles on a recent tour, The Frame contributor Betto Arcos spoke with Mendoza and her bandmates for this profile.

WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM CHINA’S MUSIC BIZ?

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Cherie Hu, a freelance music and tech writer for Billboard and Forbes, explains what Western musicians and industry pros can learn from China’s music streaming services. Hint: it may involve tipping?