Acclaimed director Mike Nichols has died, aged 83. Here are clips from ten of his pivotal movies - and why they’re important.
The Hollywood Film Awards in LA on Friday night saw Benedict Cumberbatch and Julianne Moore taking top honours alongside film "Gone Girl".
In the documentary 'Lavender Hill Better Bodies', Lavender Hill's young men turn to body building to escape a life of violence.
Including a few familiar faces, "Generations" will be back on air, with a rewritten storyline that goes back to the show's roots, says Mfundi Vundla.
Embracing the future has allowed the Labia Theatre to retain its independence and honour its rich past.
Opinionistas are divided over the portrayal of the main female character in the film 'Gone Girl.'
From the satirical news show being nominated for an Emmy to Trevor Noah joining The Daily Show, SA comedy has more reason to celebrate.
A host of international productions are being filmed on our shores, but even the tales of Nelson Mandela’s life were played by foreign actors.
SA's first Tshivenda film is heading to the Oscars, and if it wins, it will join the ranks of 'Yesterday' and 'Tsotsi'.
what happened to Dale Cooper? Does Audrey Horne have kids now? With the return of the cult show, David Lynch has a chance to answer all our questions.
The trade union and the Creative Workers Union of SA agreed to campaign for the actors demands and ask viewers to "switch-off" from September 15.
The sitcom may be on constant replay, but it's a joy to rediscover how genuinely funny it was. The show's creators share the secrets of its success.
"In making Boyhood, Richard Linklater truly has created something never before seen in a fiction feature film," writes Nadia Neophytou.
In a world saturated by violence and sensation, true escape comes in Richard Linklater's moving film Boyhood.
Former "Yizo Yizo" star Israel Makoe - who acts as a gangster in "Hard To Get" - says playing the role of a villain is "a way of educating people".
The 66th annual Emmy awards were a mixed bag, with some big names winning top honours and other favourites going home empty-handed.
Gillian Schutte takes a look at "Miners Shot Down", the first feature on the Marikana massacre, and asks where the missing links are.
The sacking of the cast of Generations this week has led to a larger industry dialogue about the rights of South African artists.
MMSV Productions, the producers of South Africa's most popular soap opera, Generations, has terminated the contracts of the show's cast members.