Would you sell your house to fund a feature film? First-time filmmaker Kane Guglielmi has done just that, selling his house for more than $1 million to finance the comedy Cooped Up.
Elie Choueifaty Is dwarf-tossing okay? Let's ask a short-statured person; the answer in the novel interview series You Can't Ask That is surprisingly revealing and entertaining.
Michael Lallo Bachelor contestant literally eats her rose in weirdest eviction ceremony ever. (Contains spoilers.)
Karl Quinn It's been more than a decade since Rachel Ward acted on screen, but the chance to share a role with daughter Matilda Brown tempted her back.
Karl Quinn He may be Britain's 'greatest living filmmaker', but that doesn't mean making films is getting any easier for Terence Davies.
Ebony Bowden With the fifth Jason Bourne film upon us, it's easy to get muddled over the troubled past of one of the world's favourite CIA agents.
Michael Idato An accident involving a hydraulic metal door with the strength of "a small car" left actor Harrison Ford with a broken leg on the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, a British court has heard.
Stephanie Bunbury "Where is it written in our DNA that parents are embarrassing?" muses Maren Ade. We are discussing her film Toni Erdmann, the break-out critical hit of Cannes Film festival.
Michael Idato For a generation of film audiences, the iconic Hollywood musicals were loved for the singing voices of actresses such as Deborah Kerr, in The King and I, Audrey Hepburn, in My Fair Lady, and Natalie Wood, in West Side Story.
Sarah Thomas It's been 10 years in the making and now just weeks away from its launch, Baz Luhrmann's The Get Down could be shaping up to be one of the TV events of the year.