When Paramount's "Nebraska" bowed in Cannes, the reaction was positive, but a little muted; most of the attention was on the performance of Bruce Dern (who went on to win the prize for best actor).
Sony Pictures Classics has confirmed that “Foxcatcher,” directed by Bennett Miller, will be released next year, bowing out of the awards race. A statement said “SPC supports the decision of the…
The American Cinematheque will honor Jerry Bruckheimer at its annual gala Dec. 12 at the Beverly Hilton. Bruckheimer is their first producer honored by the org in its 27 years, even though…
The Oscar season is barely underway, but we already have a front-runner for the oddest op-ed piece of the year.
It is the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures' second largest commitment to date.
The National Board of Review gets a jump on kudos season by revealing its winners Dec. 4, with the gala set for Jan. 7 at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City. In making the announcement today, the…
The 38th Toronto Film Festival wraps Sunday, boasting screenings of plentiful awards contenders, including the addition of at least three pics to the mix: “August: Osage County,” “Dallas Buyers Club”…
Three cheers for the Golden Globes, which nominate 10 lead film actors, twice the number of most other kudos handouts. This year, when good work is abundant, it’s welcome news that the Globes’ two…
Is there such a thing as too much awards buzz? That's a question worth asking as this year's awards chatter emanating from Cannes, Venice and Telluride has reached an ear-splitting, all-time high…
Daniel Radcliffe, in Toronto to promote "Kill Your Darlings" and two other new films, described his post-"Harry Potter" career choices as "unconventional."
Most of the "Kill Your Darlings" buzz has centered around the actors, but director John Krokidas and his co-writer Austin Bunn were treated like rock stars at the film's Toronto bow Tuesday night.