New Zealand writer-director Jane Campion has always liked a challenge.
Clothes make the man, they also help define character, set the tone and tell the story in four current '60s-centric projects: "An Education," "Mad Men," "A Single Man" and "A Simple Man."
Caleb Deschanel is the latest recipient of the ASC's Lifetime Achievement Award.
When the HFPA voted last month to expand this year's number of nominations for animated feature from three to five slots, it constituted a long-overdue recognition of animation's increasingly high…
It doesn't take a Hollywood marketing genius to see that there's a growing disconnect between films that critics love -- and that the Academy deems Oscar-worthy -- and the films that the average…
Predicting likely noms and winners -- always a risky business -- is even trickier as many of the potential heavyweight contenders -- "The Lovely Bones," "Avatar," "Nine" -- aren't scheduled for…
Many critics have mixed feelings about the way the Oscar telecast is undergoing more nip-tuck procedures than an ageing actress.
"Crazy Heart" ended up touching T. Bone Burnett in "far more ways than I could have imagined."
"War is hell!" Patton famously declared. Had he been a cinematographer, the general might also have viewed war as occasionally surreal or laced with black comedy and satire.
Rising star Petra Korner is something of a rarity -- a successful female cinematographer in what is, after a century of cinema, still essentially a boys' club.
When Jonathan Sela says he's spent "most of my life on sets, starting when I was 14," he's not exaggerating. Born in Paris, he grew up in Israel "working as an electrician, then as a gaffer, and then…