For the love of food watch this: Chef’s Table on Netflix

It goes inside the lives and kitchens of the world’s most renowned chefs

BBC taking over foreign homes one television show at a time

BBC Worldwide has become a key supplier of television content internationally — including to SA life television

If you haven’t watched Stranger Things yet, you should

Stranger Things, the Netflix original drama series, could well be a proverbial TV love child of The Goonies and The X-Files

Appeal for co-operation for a better film industry

Technology has had a huge effect on filmed entertainment. It’s time to entrench the gains

Planet Earth's endless sense of wonder

Planet Earth II reminds us habitats are dwindling, sometimes disappearing

FILM REVIEW: Fences is coarse, but still uplifting

A terrific and even uplifting film. It’s no surprise that Viola Davis won the Oscar for this

FILM REVIEW: Moonlight

Moonlight is too abstract a title for this gritty, streetwise portrait of a young man’s growth into a fearsome screen presence

007 pops up again, and again

Following the success of pop-up channels for the Harry Potter and Star Wars movies, M-Net is now offering the world’s savviest super-spy, James Bond, for a ...

FILM REVIEW: Manchester by the Sea

Lovely but oh, so sad. It took courage to make this film

Bloody good viewing

Here’s a roundup of the best new crime series on TV

Film review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

The fantastic beasts dazzle and their magic is preferable to our hollow politicians, writes Peter Wilhelm

Film review: The Accountant

The film’s oddities help make The Accountant stand out among ultra-violent films

Film review: Arrival

Communication with aliens is at the heart of this sometimes tortured movie

Film review: Doctor Strange

Marvel Studios churns forth a stunning, death-metal parable of good’s attraction to evil — with a startlingly professional cast and even silences in which ...

Film review: Queen of Katwe

Based on the true story of a young chess player from one of Kampala’s worst slums, this movie fits into a Disney trend that offers diversity and maturity