Barely civil Manhattan marrieds witness a murder, move to Wyoming and, naturally, rediscover love.
Cinema has had a deeply troubled relationship with creativity when it comes to putting it onscreen.
A lack-of-sex comedy that somehow features a barnyard's worth of rutting human animals.
The Academy this year broadened the picture category from five to 10 nominees, which is a mixed blessing for genre directors.
If there were any questions about her gift for marrying art to commerce, Kathryn Bigelow exploded them once and for all.
James Cameron has been planning the sci-fi hybrid "Avatar" since the Oscar-winning "Titanic" was a rowboat.
"It's like I'm on a cloud, waiting for someone to pop it," says the director.
"The Lovely Bones" plays to Peter Jackson's strengths.
Flirting with the law of diminishing returns, Alex Merkin's "Across the Hall," the feature-length version of his fest-fave short, doesn't quite surpass the sum of its parts.
The Gotham Awards represent two sides of a widening schism between the haves and have-nots of the independent film world.
Four special kudos will be handed out for career achievement: