Painter Euan Uglow on the usual duration of his pictures, Sunday Telegraph
The message of the film is not to have promiscuous sex.
James Ferman, Director of the British Board of Film Classification, on the moral behind Crash, Observer
Queen Juliette can be compared to one of those fragile and dazzling flowers, long shrouded in secrecy and delivered from obscurity by the instant rays of spring sunshine.
Le Parisien, on the winner of this year's Best Supporting Actress Oscar, Guardian
Milos (Forman) said, "Bring me the most white trash actor in Hollywood." So here I am.
Woody Harrelson, on how he got his leading role in The People vs Larry Flynt, Time.
You know what it is? It's my grin. My grin has ensured we'll never be credible.
Marti Pellow, lead singer of Wet Wet Wet, explains his band's lack of critical success, NME
It's sad how Swansea really does hang its existence on one peg - on one fraudulent, professional Welsh drunk. Dylan Thomas sold the image of Wales right down the f***ing river.
Kevin Allen, director of the film Twin Town, on the heritage of Swansea, Independent
Apart from having energy and being set regionally and being cultish, it's a very different film.
Kevin Allen, on the heritage of Trainspotting, ibid