The Arc cinema program's closure is imminent. But its program manager, Quentin Turnour, has arranged a special day of farewell that will celebrate one of the icons of cinema. This year is the 100th anniversary of Charlie Chaplin's first screen appearance as the Tramp - in the Keystone film Kid Auto Races at Venice, Cal. - and Turnour has organised a program of screenings of restored early Chaplin films, Chaplin documentaries and a discussion about his legacy. As part of the celebration, he has invited some of the musicians who have accompanied Arc screenings of silent films and some new talents to provide the musical accompaniments.
Sarah Snook steals the spotlight as Ethan Hawke journeys into the unknown to try to stop a bomber.
The conclusion of Matthew Saville's new work, Felony, carries with it the ambiguity that is the film's greatest strength.
The pop star's date made headlines for accepting her award - now more about Jesse's past has been revealed.
Nintendo's appears to be mixing central characters to add zing to faultering Wii U sales, their website revealing Legend of Zelda's Link as a downloadable racer for Mario Kart 8.
The WIN Network has launched a one-hour bulletin focusing on regional Australia.
Just weeks after dissing Delta, the African-American filmmaker Marlon Wayans has become embroiled in another race row.
It wouldn't be a self-respecting Hollywood hoedown without a nipple slip mid choreographed dance routine.
Forget wardrobe malfunctions or fashion faux pas on the red carpet because being drunk or high trumps everything at an awards show, as illustrated by comedian Sarah Silverman at the Emmys.
The 2014 Emmy Awards red carpet has been rolled up, but we're still talking about the hair.
Police are investigating following the death of a three-year-old girl in Taree today.
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