When Nate Parker's film The Birth of a Nation premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January and subsequently sold to a major studio for a $US17.5 million ($22.98 million) fee, it was heralded as the emergence of a major motion picture.
Garry Maddox A landmark Sydney cinema will go dark next month for a rebuild that will take three years.
Karl Quinn The show's first same-sex wedding provides plenty of drama but that's far from the only reason to watch the third season of Married At First Sight.
Bernard Zuel Sometimes throwing everything you have at a show only makes for a louder crash when it fails.
Garry Maddox An upmarket multiplex will open on Broadway next year.
Nathanael Cooper They might have been tucked away down an alley, hiding from prying eyes, but that didn't stop thousands of people turning out in the hopes of catching a glimpse of Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston.
Michael Lallo Melbourne youth prefer Farnesy and Cyndi Lauper over Triple J, radio ratings reveal.
Neil McMahon It was no fluke, no flash-in-the-pan. SmoothFM has confirmed its status as a new powerhouse of Sydney radio, increasing its overall lead in the FM ratings fight and even delivering a belting to Drive legends Hamish and Andy - with a ratings share almost double that of the 2DayFM duo.
Amy Mitchell-Whittington 612 ABC have celebrated their broadcasters after one listener complained about their "giggling female" presenters.
Ebony Bowden A pay dispute between Tom Cruise and Hollywood studio Paramount has reportedly put the brakes on Mission: Impossible 6.
Level 3 water restrictions has been lifted for all consumers serviced by the Nimmitabel Water Supply Scheme.