Screenplay consideration is currently divided into two categories: adapted and original works. Now may be the time, however, to add a third subgroup: everything by Charlie Kaufman.
No Oscar category packs as much populist punch as this year's animated film category, with "Shrek 2," "The Incredibles" and "Shark Tale" finishing 2004 ranked Nos. 1, 4 and 9, respectively, at the…
The foreign-language film category appears to be dominated by two front-runners: Alejandro Amenabar's Golden Globe-winning "The Sea Inside" and Christophe Barratier's "The Chorus."
It has been a long time coming, but the refurbishment of 195 Piccadilly, the dilapidated headquarters of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, is finally done and dusted.
Like the lead actor category this year, there was such an embarrassment of lenser riches vying for Oscar attention that high-quality work from d.p.s including Dion Beebe, Ellen Kuras, Emmanuel…
To celebrate the Golden Globes nominations, the British Academy's Los Angeles affiliate invited its members and guests to sip tea and nibble on scones in the civilized setting of the Park Hyatt in…
The art direction category offers up subtlety and bombast -- sometimes in the same film. And one such pic, "The Aviator," comes into the race with the best Oscar pedigree.
After a screening of "Sideways" at the Covent Garden Hotel, one BAFTA member emailed the publicist to complain that the cookies served at the event were too sweet.
In something of a novel turn, only one of this year's adapted screenplay noms comes from a novel. That film, "Sideways," has the best pedigree coming into this year's race, having racked up a hefty…
Slowly but surely, a revitalized and rejuvenated British Academy of Film & TV Arts is emerging from under its scaffolding.