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

Jane Campion to lead Cannes Film Festival jury

New Zealander filmmaker Jane Campion is to lead the 2014 Cannes Film Festival competition jury, which will be tasked in handing out the prestigious Palm D’or and other top prizes to the approximately 20 competing films. Campion was thrilled to receive this honour, she said in a statement posted on the festival’s website. “It is … Continue reading Jane Campion to lead Cannes Film Festival jury

The madness of The Dictator of Wadiya

Since his emergence on Channel 4 in 2000, Sacha Baron Cohen has entertained and shocked the world with his unpredictable antics, as he impersonated three distinct personalities: youth show host and wannabe rapper ?Ali G;? sexist, racist and homophobic Kazakhstan TV personality ?Borat;? and flamboyantly gay Austrian fashion reporter ?Bruno.? His creations shared a similar … Continue reading The madness of The Dictator of Wadiya