Denzel Washington: Show Business is Colour Blind – Interview

When Denzel Washington won a Golden Globe award for Best Actor in a Dramatic Movie for his role in “The Hurricane” in 2000, he noted: “No African-American has won Best Actor Golden Globe since Sidney Poitier, until I did.” He was the first black actor to win the award in 36 years, and in 1989, … Continue reading Denzel Washington: Show Business is Colour Blind – Interview

Is Julianne Moore the next Oscar winner? – TV Interview

Having won the best actress award in Cannes this year for her performance in David Cronenberg’s “Maps to the Stars” and dazzled the audiences at the recent Toronto International Film Festival with her portrayal of an Alzheimers-stricken professor in “Still Alice”, Julianne Moore has become Oscar prognosticators’ favourite to win the golden trophy in the … Continue reading Is Julianne Moore the next Oscar winner? – TV Interview

Morgan Freeman: Anger over the killing of a black teenager is justified – Interview

Earlier this week, I flew to Clearwater, Florida to interview Morgan Freeman about his reprised role in the Dolphin Tale 2, the second part of the story of Dolphin Winter, who had a mechanical tail fitted to her body after she lost her own in a entanglement in a fishing net. In this sequel, Winter … Continue reading Morgan Freeman: Anger over the killing of a black teenager is justified – Interview

Daniel Radcliffe: “I am not Harry Potter.” – Interview

Inhabiting the wizard boy, Harry Potter, for nearly a decade gained Daniel Radcliffe immense wealth and fame. But since he completed the last instalment of the multi-billion dollar franchise three years ago, Radcliffe has been trying to distance himself from the wizard character, taking on assorted roles in independent movies, such as Kill Your Darlings … Continue reading Daniel Radcliffe: “I am not Harry Potter.” – Interview

Arianna Huffington defends Journalists empathy with Gaza suffering – Interview

A public outcry erupted when the NBC pulled out its Gaza reporter, Aymen Mohyeldin, after he had broken the story of the killing of the four Palestinian children, while playing football on the beach. Eventually, the public pressure compelled NBC to reinstated Mohyeldin in Gaza. Witnessing an unprecedented carnage unfolding before their eyes,  many western … Continue reading Arianna Huffington defends Journalists empathy with Gaza suffering – Interview

Angelina Jolie is heart-broken about the suffering in Gaza – interview

The mounting number of civilian casualties, particularly children,  from the sustained bombardment of Gaza has moved millions around the world, but very few celebrities in Hollywood, who often boast about their humanitarian activities, dared say anything, fearing of being labeled anti semites. And those who had the courage to express sympathy with the suffering of … Continue reading Angelina Jolie is heart-broken about the suffering in Gaza – interview

Robert Pattinson loves watching Hollywood Movies, but doesn’t like making them – TV interview

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZpGiq5vPrE&feature=youtu.be   The Twilight franchise assured his fortune, made him a teen hearthrob and brought him worldwide fame, yet Robert Pattinson seems indifferent. With such superstardom, international appeal and good looks, he could be making Hollywood blockbusters and amassing more wealth and fame, but instead he has been chasing roles in small and often … Continue reading Robert Pattinson loves watching Hollywood Movies, but doesn’t like making them – TV interview

Clint Eastwood: I Never Let the Old Man in – interview

Smiling jovially and offering greetings as he saunters into a meeting room in New York’s Astoria Waldorf, Clint Eastwood conjures up none of the tough characters, most notably eponymous Dirty Harry, that he portrayed in so many movies. Slim and beaming with life, The 84-year-old  Hollywood legend looks and sounds at least 10 years his … Continue reading Clint Eastwood: I Never Let the Old Man in – interview

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 images that gained a hold on the public imagination. … Continue reading Sam Mendes uses two different parts of his brain for Theatre and Cinema