Laura Linney's beautiful performance is most of the story in intimate tale of a college admissions officer's affair with a boy half her age. Begins with an intensity reminiscent of Dylan Kidd's first…
With "As in Heaven," helmer Kay Pollak makes a welcome return to Swedish cinema after an 18-year absence. By turns dramatic, romantic and funny, this deeply felt ode to love and art is a…
Almost unbearably poignant tour de force about a quadriplegic's desire to die with dignity, Alejandro Amenabar's fourth feature is a startling departure from the stylish genre fare of his first three…
Three drug-related tragedies, each ending in a senseless death, are interwoven in this stylish black-and-white feature debut by Croatian filmmaker Arsen Anton Ostojic. His aggressive aesthetic…
Holland and Denmark have announced their choices for consideration in the foreign-lingo Oscar race.
E! Entertainment Television will air the 2004 Primetime Creative Emmy Awards on Sept. 18 at 8 p.m., following the kudos ceremony Sept. 12 at the Shrine Auditorium.
The Screener Wars have started again -- and though things may be less bloody, they still promise to be confusing.
The Academy's new technology to stop screener piracy is headed to Blighty.
Fox's KTTV and Univision's KMEX shared top honors at the Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards on Saturday night, nabbing seven trophies each. KCBS and KCAL followed close behind with six wins apiece.
"Kontroll" (Control), helmer Nimrod Antal's debut pic, is Hungary's entry for consideration in the foreign-lingo category of the Academy Awards.
19th century English novel becomes colorful but dramatically just serviceable film in hands of director Mira Nair. Tale of a scheming social climber provides a meaty role for Reese Witherspoon…