Deaf actress Marlee Matlin reacts to the "fake" interpreter at Madiba's memorial.
Tens of thousands danced for Nelson Mandela in the Cape Town Stadium to celebrate our hero.
As we say goodbye to a bumper year for blockbuster movies in 2012, we look forward to even more cinematic joys to be had in the next year with Iron Man, Wreck-It Ralph, Superman, and new films by Quentin Tarantino, Steven Spielberg and Neill Blomkamp waiting in line for 2013. (Release dates correct as at 10 December 2012.)
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