Noomi Rapace shows again in crime thriller Dead Man Down that she is the ultimate chameleon.
Bill Westenhofer won an Oscar for best visual effects for his extraordinary work bringing the digital tiger Richard Parker (pictured) to life in the adventure fantasy Life of Pi.
Every festival has a film that divides the critics and this year it is a blood-soaked revenge tragedy starring Mr Sensitive, Ryan Gosling.
Roland Barthes was a web 2.0 guy before the web was even a Version 1 thing. Before color TV was even a thing. Roland Barthes was a sneaky French philosopher (is there another kind?) who got away with cutting and pasting his thoughts into discontinuous brain farts, and getting his “readers [to] work as active creators of a text”. He crowd sourced the meaning of his work.
Faltering new reality renovation show House Rules feels overtly familiar.
Sometimes event the best laid plans can go awry, as avante garde cabarat star Iota discovered last night at The Great Gatsby after party when he came flying off the stage just as he started his routine in front of 1200 VIP guests.
When it comes to being a lovely human being, Spencer is the Adam-bomb.
An author who pens stories the length of a sentence won this year's Man Booker International Prize.
Heavy rain through the night might have brought on ''uhtceare'' and powerful urges to ignore the alarm in favour of ''floccilation'', but the city's literary crowd ventured out nonetheless, filling many of Thursday's Sydney Writers Festival sessions.
Film student Claudette Godfrey realised quickly she didn't want to be a filmmaker.
OKLAHOMA: Death toll from massive tornado revised down to 24 but dozens are still missing.