Nadia Neophytou

Mzansi marvel makes it big

Debbie Berman set her sights high on Hollywood and her tenacity has paid off with ‘Black Panther’

Qubeka sews it up in Toronto

His latest film is a South African Western based on John Kepe, ‘the Samson of Boschberg’

Artist tells what we have done

A US museum has given Gunn-Salie the chance to realise an idea and take the message to the world

​Pearl Thusi and Priyanka Chopra put ‘Quantico’ at the forefront of a changing US entertainment industry

The SA star is one of many international actors in the CIA drama, reflecting the start of a revolution in North American storytelling.

Boyhood tracks Ellar Coltrane’s coming of age

"In making Boyhood, Richard Linklater truly has created something never before seen in a fiction feature film," writes Nadia Neophytou.

Vanderbilt: The Holy Grail of cuisine

Steered by South Africans, the Nordic food hall at New York's Grand Central Station will have a coffee bar, sandwich shop, cocktail bar and brasserie.

Innovation key in the battle for foodie market share

Cronuts, crumbnuts, ramen burgers and wine milkshakes are giving chefs the edge when it comes to attracting the interest of food enthusiasts.

‘Empire of dirt’: You can have it all

Through his father Clive, Ben Stillerman delves into the relationship between the efforts we put into our work and our private lives.

Hugh Masekela – 75 and counting

As Hugh Masekela celebrated his milestone birthday with two shows in New York, it's clear the legendary trumpeter isn't slowing down anytime soon.

A Spike in Copley’s Hollywood career

Spike Lee saw Sharlto Copley in District 9 and said "Who is this guy? I want to work with him.".

Spoilt for choice at the Oscars

With so many good films in competition, it's difficult to predict winners at this year's Academy Awards.

Sundance Film Festival: A taste of what’s to come

The 30th Sundance Film Festival has seen both pop stars and politicians make appearances, while in the background distribution deals are made.

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