Thought you knew which oil to drizzle over your salad and which to roast your potatoes with? Think again. Scientists have discovered that heating up vegetable oils leads to the release of high concentrations
[Photograph: Naomi Bishop] The last science class I took was commonly known as "Rocks for Jocks" (The Geology of New England) and I chose it because it had field trips. This impressive preparation left
Hundreds of school districts will celebrate Food Day by serving special healthy meals in cafeterias as well as organizing cooking classes and harvest celebrations in school gardens. This Food Day, let's
For three weeks running, Fast & Furious 7 has dominated the American box office. As of Sunday, 17 days after release, it became the fastest film in history to make $1 billion at the global box office other
The guys behind "The Lego Movie" are taking on your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man in a new animated movie. Phil Lord and Chris Miller are the directing duo behind "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs",
A filmmaker who entered a competition for the oil company was told not to mention Arctic oil, one of its most environmentally damaging projects. Oil company Shell have launched a viral video competition,
A Ugandan film company that makes low-budget action movies in the slums has found a cult following online - one US fan liked their films so much, he abandoned New York to become an action movie star in
Following the success of the Academy Award winning Iranian film ‘A Separation’ the latest Iranian realist movie making waves at the Cannes Film Festival is ‘Nahid,’ the debut offering of director Ida The
"Yes, And": What Making an Independent Film Taught Me About Identity, Fear and Self-Worth as a Woman
In acting, the first rule of improvisation is to say, "Yes, AND", the idea behind it being that a scene can only move forward if you first accept the circumstances around you, and then add to them. "Yes,
Salma Hayek Puts Hollywood on Blast: "The Only Kind of Film Where Women Make More Money Than Men Is Porno"
And the only thing that will change sexist portrayals is *our* wallet. Salma Hayek is getting real when it comes to battling sexism in film. Speaking at the Variety and UN Women's panel discussion on equality
Sheila Johnson and her then-husband Robert Johnson made history in 1979 when they launched Black Entertainment Television — the first cable TV franchise targeting African Americans — building it into Forbes
And would you believe an A-list director wants him to play Martin Luther King Jr. again? Tonight, David Oyelowo stars in his first film since portraying Martin Luther King Jr. in the acclaimed drama Selma.
Hannibal showrunner: 'We are not making television. We are making a pretentious art film from the 80s'
Talking to Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller, you start to see why the project is unlike any other show on television. “Every director who comes to the show gets the same lecture,” says Fuller. “We are
On May 15, when the American Civil Liberties Union called for an investigation into the entertainment industry's "systemic failure" to hire female directors, the call was heard around the entertainment
DJ says he is filming a ‘Top Gear sequence’ this week having previously ruled himself out as candidate to replace Jeremy Clarkson Chris Evans is making a “secret Top Gear film” this week and will “see