Tuesday Sep 9
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
With 'Wild,' deja vu for 'Dallas Buyers' director
You can imagine big-name actors queuing outside Jean-Marc Vallee's door: "Mr. Vallee, may I please have a McConaissance, too?" Though a relatively new name to moviegoers, the Quebecois filmmaker has quickly established himself as a sought-after actor's director. A year after premiering "Dallas Buyer Club" at the Toronto International Film Festival, Vallee is back with another movie likely be a constant on the awards circuit, also led by a veteran actor achieving career renewal.
Southern Inlands this week - September 5 | Photos
The week in review through the camera lens, from Fairfax newspapers across the NSW Southern Inlands for the week ending Friday, September 5. YOUNG: The town has taken Wes Heather up on his ice bucket challenge and now he has to face up to having 100 buckets of iced water thrown over him. But the Young radio presenter has managed to raise $10,000 in the process.
Photos of Northcote before gentrification to appear in Melbourne Festival's Vivian Maier exhibition
David Wadelton is an acclaimed Australian artist who has several works in the National Gallery of Australia's permanent collection.
Is Reese Witherspoon heading for Oscar #2? Reviews for Wild are IN...
Reese Witherspoon, Laura Dern and director Jean-Marc Vallee bring Cheryl Strayed's best-selling memoir to life on screen Many directors specialize in one genre, but Vallee has plunged into wildly disparate arenas.
The Press On-Line
Whistleblower's author in spotlight
SHARING STORIES: New Zealand author Eleanor Catton with fellow authors Damon Young, Australia, left, and Anis Mojgani, United States, at last night's Q&A session.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Young Victoria talent casts a long shadow
Victoria singer-songwriter Sam Weber will soon cast a shadow on the road with the announcement of his debut LP, set for release Sept.