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They are the 85th Academy Awards, the climax of Hollywood's awards season - except officially they're not. This year, they've been rebranded to "The Oscars". Read More »
Singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé, the voice of the London Olympics, has continued her rise to superstardom by winning two of the most prestigious BRIT Awards in London. Read More »
Arts and Culture Minister Paul Mashatile has congratulated the team behind Layla Fourie, a South African film which received an award at the Berlin International Film Festival. Read More »
A quartet of previous Oscar nominees including Salma Hayek, Melissa McCarthy, Liam Neeson and John Travola have been added to the presenters line-up for this year's ceremony. Read More »
Hollywood has been in strong health this awards season with Oscar-nominated movies like Life of Pi, Argo and Silver Linings Playbook striking a chord with moviegoers. Read More »
Adele is practising Chinese Qi Gong breathing therapy in a bid to beat her stage fright ahead of her comeback performance at the Oscars. Read More »
The winners of the second annual Jozi Film Festival in various categories have been revealed in a ceremony held in Parktown. Read More »
CIA thrillers Argo and Zero Dark Thirty have won top screenplay honours from the Writers Guild of America, while Rodriguez portrait Searching for Sugar Man won for Best Documentary Screenplay. Read More »
The 85th Annual Academy Awards show was pretty much a disaster thanks to lame jokes and inappropriate remarks. Has the Oscars lost its shine? We take a look at the best and mostly worst moments of the ceremony.
Daniel Day-Lewis has won his third Best Actor at the 85th Annual Academy Awards for his portrayal of the 16th US president Abraham Lincoln, the first actor to reach the milestone.
Iran hostage drama Argo has been named best picture at the 2013 Oscars in a unique presentation done by Jack Nicholson in Hollywood and First Lady Michelle Obama from the White House.