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Five things to watch this weekend

Fertility doctors, a habitual jailbreaker, a small-town hairdresser, a detective and a mythical sea serpent

Five things to watch this weekend

The making of The Godfather, where Stockholm syndrome comes from and the worst US nuclear disaster

What to expect from this year’s Cannes Film Festival

Tantalising new projects from many previous Cannes winners will be vying for the top Palme d’Or honour

CHRIS THURMAN: The disturbing parallels between the Met Gala and America’s Gilded Age

It was a spectacle of outrageous wealth disparity while women’s liberation still seems a distant goal

CHRIS THURMAN: Redeeming the Jesus narrative from the straitjacket of colonial packaging

Hateful, homophobic Jesus may be on the rise but Kopano Maroga's provocative art is looking to change all that

Five things to watch this weekend

Two stellar book adaptations, a courtroom drama miniseries, a Magic Johnson docuseries and the final part of Ozark season four — what to stream

An enjoyable evening’s viewing that is only a click away

From world exclusive interviews to online news channels, a world of viewing without a pay-TV subscription

Five things to watch this weekend

Season two of Russian Doll, Netflix’s first local original film and Dutch dramedy

Fantastic Beasts: the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard story

The heart-throb actor and his ex-wife are back in court as he tries to salvage his reputation

CHRIS THURMAN: Beyond the clash of contraries and contrarians

A number of exhibitions at Stevenson deal with the relationality arising from all the facing off, writes Chris Thurman

Banned from Oscars for ten years, Will Smith ‘respects’ decision

Actor keeps his Oscar but movie makers may be reluctant to hire him in future

CHRIS THURMAN: A shining affair that engages with deep-seated desires

Sometimes a well-curated art experience can turn fearful darkness into fascinating light

SA’s Black Coffee takes home a Grammy

The star bagged the Grammy Award for the best dance/electronic music album for his album, Subconsciously

Local is still lekker for Netflix

Streamer has pledged R929m towards development of SA productions

CHRIS THURMAN: Evolving applications of technology at the Venice Biennale

SA Pavilion at this year's Venice Biennale will focus more than ever before on photography

Five things to watch this weekend

A spy thriller, an Oscar winner, documentaries and a modern take on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

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