In a mood to share, the exclusive American Society of Cinematographers opened its Clubhouse doors April 18 for a bit of show and tell.
Works by d.p.-turned director Yves Angelo, Brigitte Rouan and Bertrand Blier will be featured in the 10th annual City of Light, City of Angels Film Festival, running April 3-9 at the Directors Guild…
Dion Beebe walked away with top honors Sunday night for his lensing of "Memoirs of a Geisha" at the American Society of Cinematographers' Outstanding Achievement Awards gala, held at the Hyatt…
"Cinematographers are weird, you know? And I'm not just saying that because I am one." Richard Crudo, president of the American Society of Cinematographers, is smiling. Wryly. "Writers? Forget about…
When the Oscar nominations were announced, many pundits hailed 2005 as the year of the small film. But there have been other years when offbeat movies dominated the picture category.
In 1970 nobody could say that Robert Altman hadn't earned his right to flip the bird at the establishment with "MASH," the most loose-jointed, improvisational exercise ever to earn a best picture…
Sometimes, Oscar takes its time awarding deserving thesps, as these 10 prove: Morgan Freeman, Judi Dench, Clint Eastwood, Jack Parlance, Jessica Tandy, Peter Finch, Geraldine Page, John Houseman…
'Grand Hotel,' 'Gone with the Wind,' 'Casablanca,' 'Gigi,' 'The Apartment,' 'West Side Story,' 'Annie Hall,' 'Out of Africa,' 'The English Patient,' 'Titanic.'
It's rare in today's Hollywood for a performer to summon the spirit of Montgomery Clift -- the Stanislavsky-trained actor who was the bridge between Method icons John Garfield and Marlon Brando.
When the Academy's nominations were revealed for the year 1963, the field was Brit-heavy, with Albert Finney ("Tom Jones"), Richard Harris ("This Sporting Life") and Rex Harrison ("Cleopatra") given…