The Theory of Everything
The British actor won an Oscar for portraying the renowned physicist in "The Theory of Everything."
There is only one reality, and science differs from spirituality only in its style of describing what is real. If this is true, then it's not simply an option to merge science with spirituality. They must be compatible. If not, then reality has eluded both camps.
'Movies Should Add Value to the Community': A Chat with Dubai Film and TV Commission Chairman Jamal Al Sharif
I caught up with Jamal Al Sharif at last year's Dubai International Film Festival, and as the festival gets ready to kick off its 12th edition in a couple of days, once again in partnership with DFTC and Dubai Studio City, it seemed like the perfect time to celebrate its Chairman, who is also the Managing Director of DSC.
Here are a few observations on current shifts in our cultural zeitgeist -- and how they found a reflection in some of Sunday night's best picture contenders at the Oscars.
So how would I react to a Hollywood conjured representation of a nightmare that I am forced to live every day?
"Whiplash" Directed and written by Damien Chazelle Starring Miles Teller, J.K. Simmons and Paul Reiser • "Miles Teller bleeds
Jon Kilik said that for "Foxcatcher," he and Bennett Miller "sat down in an apartment and talked about making a movie. There
I'm joined by actor Eddie Redmayne, the Golden Globe-winning and Academy Award-nominated star of the hit film The Theory of Everything, which portrays the story of real-life theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking. In the clip, Eddie shares how his own outlook on life has changed after having interacted with Hawking and others impacted by ALS.
Is fashion all about the way one looks or does it also allow for great insight, character and personality? I believe the latter, which is why I didn't think twice about writing a few "Pitti Uomo Diaries" as part of my ongoing cultural activism.
Thursday morning was a wonderful and terrible morning for Hollywood. Some filmmakers got the once-in-a-lifetime thrill of hearing their names called as Oscar nominees (or, if you're Meryl Streep, 19-times-in-a-lifetime). Others were left empty-handed.
"Boyhood" nabbed Best Motion Picture - Drama at the Golden Globes on Sunday, topping "Foxcatcher," "The Imitation Game," 'Selma
As Graham Norton points out, half of the United Kingdom appears in the "Lord of the Rings" franchise -- but now we know why