Three months out, Oscar week already looks to be a logjam of competing glittery events. High-profile mega-budget fetes, such as the black-tie post-Acad Governor's Ball or the General Motors-hosted…
Onstage at the newly refurbished Apollo West End cinema for the U.K. preem of "Being Julia" Nov. 7, Canuck producer Robert Lantos summed up the evening's multinational nature by noting, "As someone…
Spanish helmer Pedro Almodovar's "Bad Education" got straight "A's" at the box office this weekend, as the Sony Pictures Classics reported $147,366 in its first weekend on three Gotham screens…
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During the last awards season, Hollywood was on red alert. This year, it's dimmed to a pale pink -- or perhaps even green. There seem to be more parties, more discs being handed out and less…
What a difference a year makes. In 2003, raunch-talkin' comic Chris Rock waxed to columnist Cindy Adams that while he'd been asked to host last year's Academy Awards, the gig was definitely not for…
Unlike his boyhood hero Achilles, Alexander the Great did not have a major poet or dramatist to immortalize his story. Perhaps this singular historical figure and his epic journey defy definitive…
The caustic wit and brute force of Patrick Marber's acclaimed play come across with a softened edge in Mike Nichols' bigscreen version of "Closer." Pic's one-dimensionality is paradoxically exposed…
When it comes to chasing Oscars for his film "The Passion of the Christ," Mel Gibson has chosen a strategy that would make the Vatican proud. He is preaching abstinence.
The 12th annual Beatrice Wood Film Award, named for the late artist and dedicated to individual expression in the cinema, has been voted to Joshua Marston for his debut feature, "Maria Full of Grace."
An audience-vs.-critics smackdown has been averted: The Broadcast Film Critics Assn. and the WB have decided to move this January's Critics' Choice Awards.
Antonio Dorado's "El Rey" will be considered for the foreign-lingo film Oscar after all.