In its 52-year history, the foreign-lingo category has often been one of the Oscars' most contentious, riddled with rule changes and mini-controversies.
For first-time film composer Mark Bradshaw, the job of scoring Jane Campion's ethereal period pic "Bright Star" began with words rather than notes on a page.
Veterans cited the need for unique distribution strategies, including digital marketing.
Panelists at Friday's American Film Market finance conference know all about taking risks.
Monday's Hollywood Awards at the BevHilton felt more like a big family reunion than a meeting of Hollywood's elite.
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Mother Earth was the main star at Sunday's Environmental Media Awards, but many others, including Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart, turned out for the Paramount lot street party.
The Entertainment Industry Foundation's industry-wide volunteer initiative kicked off Tuesday with an event benefiting the L.A. Regional Food Bank. The campaign runs through Saturday.
A wild and woolly October weekend that saw a number of films thrive.
Warner Bros. is getting in touch with its wild side.
Disney's 3D reissue of "Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2" has cumed a solid $22.8 million in 10 days, spurring the Mouse House to extend the run beyond the slated two weeks.
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