The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has voted not to change its rules.
Battambang youngsters BatBangers return to Phnom Penh this weekend for shows at Bona’s Pub and Oscar’s on the Corner; Geography of the Moon are back in town for shows at LF Social Club and Bona’s Pub.
Last January, Frankie Teardrop Dead came to Cambodia, all the way from North London, cooking neo-psychedelia, shoegaze, dreampop and post-punk into a warm hazy stew, playing to audiences across the Kingdom and gaining a loyal local following.
A striking name like Koteka Is The Reason is enough to get people wondering: “what the hell does that mean?” and that is exactly what its founder Anca was trying to do, he told Good Times2 during an interview on Monday.
The music of The F16s, from Chennai, South India, will keep playing on in your head if you do listen to them. Whether it’s ‘My Shallow Love’ or ‘Moonchild’, there’s no escaping the ‘earworms’ that would creep into your ears and lodge themselves in your brain.
BC’s TGIT (Thank God It’s Thursday!) legal-thriller, “How to Get Away with Murder” unfailingly offers you these bold and controversial story arcs that reshape the face of television series. And undeniably, no one gets away with it.
In his new documentary, Oscar winner Michael Moore takes on Donald Trump, the US electoral system and growing social inequality, writes DW’s Rachel Stewart. ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ opened last week in cinemas across North America.
Forget about symphony and structure. Discard any pre-existing belief about music that one may have had before.
Joe King Carrasco’s shows are all wild, super high-energy and Sonny Inbaraj Krishnan was there when he performed in Oscar’s At the Corner last weekend.
Romantic fantasy “The Shape of Water” won the best picture Oscar on Sunday, the film industry’s most prestigious honour, on a night where themes of female empowerment and activism almost overshadowed the awards.
Legendary filmmaker James Ivory won the first Oscar of his storied career for his screenplay of “Call Me By Your Name,” a sensual tale of first love set in sun-drenched 1980s Italy.
Retired basketball star Kobe Bryant has won five NBA titles, but taking home an Oscar on his first attempt was a bigger thrill.
Vying for an Oscar, “Loving Vincent” is the world’s first animated feature film painted by hand – all 65,000 frames – in the distinct style of Vincent van Gogh.
K’n’E is the weekend house band in Oscar’s on the Corner, St.13 and St. 104, featuring Srey Ka, Ratha, Sophal, Thearoth and the inimitable Oscar himself, playing classic rock and Golden Era favourites.
Willem Dafoe frankly doesn’t give a damn if he misses out on a best supporting actor Oscar for a third time next month.
Hollywood spoke with one voice at the Golden Globes to declare war on the culture of sexual harassment and abuse.
A forceful police response to protests over the death of two teens at an electrical substation ignited the riots, which quickly spread through mostly poor immigrant suburbs of Paris.
The 74th Venice film festival kicked off yesterday with Downsizing, a sci-fi drama starring a miniaturised Matt Damon, opening to enthusiastic early reviews.