"Mystic River" and "In America" topped the Broadcast Film Critics Assn.'s list for 2003, receiving eight and seven, respectively, Critics' Choice Award nominations on Tuesday.
The Toronto Intl. Film Festival Group Tuesday presented its 10 best Canadian films for 2003, including Denys Arcand's Cannes honoree, "The Barbarian Invasions."
The London Film Critics' Awards nominations have been announced, with the focus on the best of British talent.
The San Francisco Film Critics Circle has named Sofia Coppola's "Lost in Translation" best picture of 2003, the group announced Monday.
The New York Film Critics Circle gave its top honor to New Line's "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King," while the vast majority of the other awards went to low-budget (and often indie)…
The American Film Institute joined the year-end kudos count Sunday with an eclectic group of top picks that included the animated box office hit "Finding Nemo" and fantasy epic "The Lord of the…
Cop drama "Infernal Affairs" lassoed six trophies at Saturday's 40th Golden Horse Awards, which honors Chinese-lingo pics. The policer swept top honors -- but the technical categories saw numerous…
The Boston Society of Film Critics gave multiple awards to the locally shot "Mystic River," docu "Capturing the Friedmans" and the quirky "Lost in Translation" in its annual balloting Sunday.
In response to the court ruling that overturned the MPAA's screener ban and to a personal request from producer Ted Hope, who was one of the key plaintiffs in the independent film coalition lawsuit…
The American Cinema Editors has tapped Donn Cambern and John A. Martinelli to receive the org's lifetime career achievement award.
Oscar had better spread around his famous box office bounce generously this year. An unusual number of pricey commercial pics still to unspool will be vying for year-end notoriety, including a final…