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Renaye D Menasseh

Renaye D Menasseh

    The predator becomes our prey
    The predator becomes our prey
    Alastair Fothergill, executive producer of The Hunt, is well known for his previous work in nature documentary, which includes Frozen...
    Bond shaken and stirred the Mendes way
    Bond shaken and stirred the Mendes way
    Director Sam Mendes likes to mix things up. He opened Skyfall, 2012's $1.1-billion global box office smash, with a thrilling action...
    Q&A with Tom Hanks: In defence of fairness
    Q&A with Tom Hanks: In defence of fairness
    Steven Spielberg’s new movie, Bridge of Spies, is based on historical events during the cold war. Tom Hanks plays American lawyer James...
    Blistering humour defines ‘Bad Jews’
    Blistering humour defines ‘Bad Jews’
    Greg Karvellas, general manager and associate producer at Cape Town’s Fugard Theatre, has worked as a director, producer and production manager...
    Woolf in the fold
    Woolf in the fold
    In BBC Entertainment's new crime drama, Criminal Justice, Sophie Okonedo plays passionately committed solicitor Jack Woolf, who needs her...
    Not just a Spanish Puss
    Not just a Spanish Puss
    Antonio Banderas is the voice of Puss in Boots, Shrek's sidekick and confidant in the successful animated franchise. Renaye D Menasseh spoke...
    No more 17-hour days
    No more 17-hour days
    Gary Oldman returns as Batman's policeman ally Lieutenant Jim Gordon in The Dark Knight.
    Stars in his eyes
    Stars in his eyes
    Neil Gaiman (45) was born in Porchester, England, and began his writing career as a journalist. He now lives in Minnesota in the United States with...
    Learning to tell the truth
    Learning to tell the truth
    When Davis Guggenheim slipped into the back of a conference room at the Beverly Hills Hilton to see Al Gore deliver what he describes as his...
    The man behind Inside Man
    The man behind Inside Man
    After a decade or so in which his movies seemed marginal and often eccentric, Spike Lee is back with his most mainstream project yet -- a big-budget heist thriller starring big names Denzel Washington, Clive Owen, Jodie Foster, Willem Dafoe and Chiwetel Ejiofor. ...
    Jazz stills
    Jazz stills
    Since its inception in 2000, the Cape Town International Jazz Festival has included a world-class photographic exhibition as part of the visual...
    Family matters
    Family matters
    Capturing the Friedmans is a non-fiction feature film that explores the elusive nature of truth through the prism of one of the strangest...