Two cheers for Hollywood
Alistair Nicholas | 17 April 2012 |
It will take more than Blood Diamond or Green Carpet Awards to show that the film industry is serious about corporate responsibility.
The master New Age maker of myths
Sue Alexander-Barnes | 06 January 2012 |
American academic Joseph Campbell profoundly influenced Hollywood. Was it for the best?
Is Hollywood a health risk?
Ronan Wright | 17 June 2011 |
tags: ethics, Freedom of speech, Hollywood
Between dude-fests and other crass crowd-pleasers the movie empire is setting us up for an ethical heart attack.
Vale Elizabeth Taylor
Francis Phillips | 26 March 2011 |
Hollywood's legendary femme fatale deserves respect as well as pity.
Axeing Charlie Sheen is not enough
Alistair Nicholas | 09 March 2011 |
tags: Charlie Sheen, Hollywood
The real problem is the executives who hired the disgraced TV star, nurtured him, cosseted him, and helped to destroy him.
History lessons from Hollywood
Michael Kirke | 22 February 2011 |
Two films reimagining history -- one about the Gulag, the other about a saint - show how much good Hollywood could do.
Roman Polanski’s get out of jail free card
Jeremy Prichard | 22 July 2010 |
Should the geniuses of Hollywood be judged by a different law in view of their cultural contributions?
Rewriting the script
Michael Cook | 24 June 2010 |
tags: Christianity, films, Hollywood
Why do blockbusters have to distort the history of Christianity? Why not bring its heroes to Hollywood?