Audiences are starting to tire of the relentless stream of reality TV shows, writes Debi Enker.
Ebony Bowden Australian lovers of Sherlock have long had to admire the show from afar, but a special one-off event is bringing the creators of the show Down Under.
Inga Ting Carrie Bickmore struggled to maintain her composure on Thursday night as the panel discussed the heartbreaking images of a drowned Syrian toddler.
Michael Lallo Johnny Depp has gone for the jugular, seemingly labelling Barnaby Joyce 'some kind of sweaty, big-gutted man from Australia' at the Venice Film Festival.
Kylie Northover Podcasts have helped US director Kevin Smith, the man behind indie hits Chasing Amy and Clerks, to re-assess his filmmaking.
Philippa Hawker Tired of the teenage girls she grew up watching, the in-demand English actress embraced her complex character in The Diary Of A Teenage Girl.
Karl Quinn The band biopic is a little-explored sub-genre, but when they get it right it can be a beautiful thing.
Michael Idato Period drama is tried and tested but cybercrime is the winner of these two series dallying with dangerously old-fashioned ideas.
Philippa Hawker Beyond the two-dimensional characters of most teen movies, a few films find a deeper truth.
Various Critics' picks to keep you entertained.