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Sam Mendes uses two different parts of his brain for Theatre and Cinema

Sam Mendes uses two different parts of his brain for Theatre and Cinema

Originating in ancient Athens, theatre had dominated human culture for nearly 2500 years, offering its audience a live performance of actors who communicated their experiences to them through a combination of gesture, song, speech, dance and music, until the advent of cinema, an illusion of moving i...

Why was Ellen Page afraid to come out as gay?

Why was Ellen Page afraid to come out as gay?

At the age of 15, Ellen Page knew that she had a sexual propensity to women, and she thought that she was bisexual until she turned 20, when she became sure that she was gay and embarked on a romantic relationship with a woman, a fact that she kept secret for 6 years until February when she came out...

Zac Efron: Drug addiction was a great life lesson – interview

Zac Efron: Drug addiction was a great life lesson – interview

“I was a little bit on my own,”  Zac Efron tells me when I speak to him at the Meridien Oriental hotel in New York. This sense of loneliness, isolation and abandonment that possesses child actors usually stems from the intense public adoration placed on them and the high expectation for them to...

Cameron Diaz urges women to watch comedies

Cameron Diaz urges women to watch comedies

Cameron Diaz wanted to make The Other Woman because it was a story about female friendship. “But it wasn’t,” she exclaims, when I talk to her at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. “I am not interested in telling stories about revenge. You have known me long enough and seen all of my fi...

Is Johnny Depp to blame for Transcendance box office failure? – interview

Is Johnny Depp to blame for Transcendance box office failure? – interview

The dismal performance of Johnny Depp’s starrer “Transcendence” in the US box office over the weekend heralded the 4th flop in a row for the Hollywood superstar. The $100 million production opened with just $11 million. The actor’s other movies that failed to deliver in the box office were: ...

Jeffrey Katzenberg: We used mind-blowing technology in How To Train Your Dragon 2.

Jeffrey Katzenberg: We used mind-blowing technology in How To Train Your Dragon 2.

    One of the most powerful figures in Hollywood, Jeffrey Katzenberg, was in his 20s when he joined Paramount studios and revived the the defunct Star Trek TV show,  turning it into a major theatrical film, “Star Trek: The Motion Picture,” (1979). By the time he was 33 years old,...

Russell Crowe and Darren Aronofsky explain the message of Noah

Russell Crowe and Darren Aronofsky explain the message of Noah

Even before it was released, Darren Aronofsky’s Noah, the epic movie about the biblical Noah and his ark, was flooded with a deluge of controversy from Christians groups, for failing to adhere to the original holy text, and from Muslim scholars who decreed that depicting a prophet like Noah by an ...

David O. Russell reveals the secret of his movies success – TV interview

David O. Russell reveals the secret of his movies success – TV interview

    It took David O. Russell 6 years to find the voice of cinema that he wanted to make, and since he did in The Fighter (2010), his movies have collected a whopping 25 Oscar nominations and scored 3 wins. 10 of these nominations were bestowed on his recent crime caper American Hustle. But...

Oliver Stone lashes out at Martin Luther King’s family – TV Interview

Oliver Stone lashes out at Martin Luther King’s family – TV Interview

  In an exclusive interview with BBC arabic’s Alternative Cinema Show, Oliver Stone says: “It was ridiculous that the family and the people around Martin Luther King’s estate are so protective about his mythology. You have to break through that.” Recently, the Oscar-winning director/wri...

Is 12 Years A Slave relevant in Obama’s America?

Is 12 Years A Slave relevant in Obama’s America?

Since its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September, Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave, has been making headlines and gaining praise from critics and audiences alike for its uncompromising depiction of the horrors of slavery in pre civil war America. This month, it has ...

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