Stars Wars blasts back in 3D

If movie fans thought that after 33 years and six blockbusters they had seen all they would of George Lucas' Star Wars saga, they should think again.

They haven't seen it in 3D - not yet, anyway.

Film traces ex-Beatle's New York years

So much has been told about the Beatles that director Michael Epstein knew he needed to say something different in his documentary of John Lennon, which premiered this past weekend at the New York Film Festival. By Ellen Wulfhorst

A feast of films from three continents

More political and human rights based than Encounters, and incorporating both features and documentaries, the annual Tri Continental film festival focuses on films from and about Africa, Asia, Central and South America and the Middle East. By Tymon Smith

SABC denies banning Mbeki interviews

The Press Ombudsman on Wednesday heard arguments from both the Sunday Times and the South African Broadcasting Corporation regarding an article claiming that former President Thabo Mbeki was banned under instructions by SABC Group Executive for News and Current Affairs

Massive film star is 9mm high

Minuscule Dot is the smallest stop-frame animation character ever to appear in a film and the character, the brainchild of Wallace and Gromit creators Aardman, was created to mark the invention of the CellScope camera adaption. by Alex West

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