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19 Jan 2009
Australia's Chinese distributor is predicting another good non-US result for the film, and growling mildly at the critics. The film opens in Shanghai on January 28.
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Some actor interview are intelligent. Others... are not! "America has lots of money … in Neighbours there was about 30 people sharing a trailer and the canteen was not great [but] in Hollywood you h
The Jewish Journal provides perhaps the most idiosyncratic take on the film so far. Did you know that director Max (sic) Elliot 'is 'the son of a trampoline salesman, grew up on an (unkosher) prawn f
Warragul's finest goes national, moves on from radio mike.
Two weeks ago, The Last Man, due to be filmed in Queensland and produced and directed by Fred Schepisi, joined as producer by Martin Brown, Warwick Young, and George Mannix, lost a crucial piece of it
All grist to the Oscar speculations
So British, only the Guardian obit will do. The Times being so stuffed, you see.
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A glimpse of another world, proving that fame has its problems everywhere, but children, neighbours and pounded yam flour create some very Nigerian twists.
Tony Hart, whose work on TV made art accessible to children, has died aged 83.
Acclaimed in America, but British awards ignore director and star of 'Happy Go Lucky'
'Slumdog Millionaire' and countless other films could not have happened if it weren't for Channel 4's Tessa Ross.
Home-grown film-makers have never looked so promising since Chariots of Fire.
A family friend says Eartha Kitt, the singer, dancer and actress has died. She was 81.
A new film may have brought Harvey Milk back to life, but his spirit has always ruled the Castro cinema.
We’ve all heard about dumbing down. But there is plenty of evidence that the opposite is also true. Is this, in fact, the age of mass intelligence?
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