Proposed changes to the restrictions on foreign actors in Australian film and television will either spur a production boom or kill the industry, apparently. What's the truth?
Garry Maddox "I'm not above a custard pie in the face": Harry Potter anti-hero Alan Rickman shows his lighter side.
Lawrence Money This year's Moomba queen has her plate full with a budding Bollywood career and a law degree to boot.
Sarah Thomas Comedian Chris Rock has just spent the past three days spruiking his critically acclaimed new film Top Five across Sydney.
Rose Powell Lisa Wilkinson has accused Christopher Pyne of defending the Indonesian government's highly militarised treatment of two Australians facing the death penalty.
Philippa Hawker Unfinished Business seems to have been designed as a family guy's workplace comedy on tour with the boys, a kind of EuroBusinessTrip with a heart: it fails dismally on all counts,
Fairfax Media Guy Sebastian will represent Australia at Eurovision and not every Australian is thrilled about the decision.
Ben Pobjie You could tell it was going to be difficult when Pete said 'there's nowhere to hide', referring to pumpkin ravioli.
Ben Pobjie There probably aren't many people who weren't enraptured as young 'uns by "The Wizard of Oz" (GO! 8pm). It has probably been repeated on television more than any other movie except "The Sound of Music".
Peter Munro What does it take for film to score 0 per cent on Rotten Tomatoes? From teen flick Behaving Badly to Jaws: The Revenge and Father of Invention, we watched the worst on offer, so you don't have to.