"The Office" is sparse on extras, offering only 50 minutes of added material. But for those of us who can't get enough of the show, every minute counts. One disc in the BBC Video package contains all…
Documakers are getting a dose of reality this week, as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences notifies finalists in the feature docu category.
The Screener War has claimed its first conscientious objector. ICM president and vice chairman Ed Limato, one of Hollywood's top talent agents, resigned as a member of the Academy of Motion Picture…
Sometimes a film is terrific, but, for whatever reason, all the kudo buzz focuses on just one aspect of the pic. Last year's "Unfaithful," for example, had many virtues, but only got awards heat for…
Motion Picture Assn. of America president Jack Valenti spent Thursday afternoon giving face time in Los Angeles to groups disgruntled over the screener ban.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has about 5,800 voting members, and so far nearly 4,000 of them have returned their screener agreement. But what's up with those holdouts?
After an intense month of announcements, arguments and amendments, one weary studio exec sighed to Variety, "What more is there to say about screeners?"
A week after the Big Decision, many studios are still very quiet about the next decision. As of Thursday, Disney, New Line, Paramount, Sony, Universal and Warner Bros. hadn't announced which films…
A few years ago, the idea seemed absurd: Academy Awards being given to a gladiator pic, a kung-fu movie or a musical set in a women's prison.
It sounds like a gimmick: A production of Shakespeare with historical fidelity, including no sets, Elizabethan costumes, period musical instruments and, crucially, men in all the roles. The notion is…