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UNITY: 5 minutes with Shaun Monson

Director Shaun Monson speaks about UNITY and what it means to be human in the 21st century.

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‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ director on sex scenes and getting ‘tied up’

MiNDFOOD goes behind-the-scenes with Fifty Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson to talk about the shoot, the actors and getting tied up.

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George Clooney to direct film about British phone hacking scandal

Hollywood heartthrob George Clooney will direct a film about the scandal that brought down some of Britain’s biggest media figures and politicians.

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British film director, actor, Richard Attenborough dies

Oscar-winner Richard Attenborough had died over the weekend aged 90.

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Making tracks

One of Australia’s most iconic stories will be brought to life on cinema screens this month. We sat down with John Curran, the director of the film adaptation, Tracks, to find out more.

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MiNDFOOD Appoints Beauty Director

MiNDFOOD ushers in a new era of beauty, appointing Beauty Director Liz Hancock to manage this industry-leading section.

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Interview with SBS ‘Better Man’ director Khao Do

Former Young Australian of the Year and now director, Khao Do speaks to us about his powerful new TV drama ‘Better Man’.

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‘The Butler’ premieres in New York

We take a look in pictures at the New York red-carpet premiere of ‘The Butler’. The film’s all star cast includes Oprah Winfrey – in her first appearance on the big screen since ‘The Colour Purple’.

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Exclusive interview: Keira Knightley

We caught up with British actress Keira Knightley ahead of the release of her latest film ‘Anna Karenina’ on DVD.

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Interview: Ang Lee, Life of Pi

Academy Award winning director Ang Lee chats to MiNDFOOD about his Oscar-winning cinematic masterpiece, Life of Pi.

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Interview: Sarah Giles, STC Resident Director

Donna Duggan interviews Sydney Theatre Company’s Co Resident Director Sarah Giles on her new play Mrs. Warren’s Profession.

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James Franco protests Aussie film ban

The American actor and former Oscars host launched an online video appeal after a decision by censors to ban a gay film from screening at Australian film festivals.

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The Golden Age of Colour Prints

Shepparton Art Museum have a new exhibition heading their way from Boston. Museum Director Kirsten Paisley shares more on the Golden Age of Colour Prints.

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Taste Orange

We’re off to Orange to chat with Rhonda Sear about the upcoming Taste festival and her seachange. She tells us about life in Orange and her role as executive director of the fabulous festivals that take place in the country town.

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Interview: MCA’s Liz Ann MacGregor

Known for her determination, tenacious work ethic and colourful wardrobe, Liz Ann MacGregor is the director of the recently renovated Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney. We hear about the summer program on offer at the MCA.

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In Season: Beans

Green, broad, borlotti, wing, snake, runners and climbers, whichever you prefer, beans make for a great, nutritious meal. Food director Michelle shares her favourite, quick and easy recipe to enjoy these edible gems that are now in season.

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Making time for family

We’re all constantly struggling to find a good work and family-life balance. Gary Adair, Director of Families at Living Social, recommends some activities you can plan with your kids that everyone can enjoy and wont break the budget.

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MiNDFOOD Radio: Jean Palutikof

Professor Jean Palutikof , Director of the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility at Griffith University discuses climate change and why we need to act now.

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Apple Pie Recipe

Apple Pie recipe by Nancy Meyers, brought to you by MiNDFOOD.   2.3kg of mixed cooking apples, peeled, cored, sliced, […]

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Climate change is a fact, says China

A deputy director of China’s most powerful economic ministry has come out swinging against climate change denial, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Bigelow’s Oscars will change Hollywood, slowly

The number of women working in Hollywood’s film industry has declined in recent years, but Kathryn Bigelow’s Oscar win for ‘The Hurt Locker’ may just change things, MiNDFOOD reports.

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A moment with: Kim Cattrall

Kim Cattrall switches gears to political player in Roman Polanski’s thriller, ‘The Ghost Writer’, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Why ‘The Hurt Locker’ won

In a historical context, The Hurt Locker’s best picture Oscar win is surprising. So why did it receive top honours? On MiNDFOOD.

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Oscar sets the stage for ladies night

The Academy Awards have long been dominated by men and their movies, but Hollywood’s women may steal the spotlight when the final curtain falls on the top film honors watched around the world.

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