The first of December's Oscar hopefuls that each year fall like cherry blossoms along the award path premiered Monday and Tuesday when Warner's launched "The Last Samurai" on both coasts.
Yet another gray area in the ongoing squabble over screeners began to surface Wednesday.
The 76th Academy Awards are taking shape. Louis Horvitz has been tapped to direct the Oscarcast, which will be his eighth.
If the indies vs. MPAA case were a movie, reviewers might have said Wednesday's session suffered from poor pacing, fuzzy exposition, overlength, a heavy walkout rate at intermission and lack of a…
The National Board of Review has planted the first flag in what's expected to be a contentious awards season with a high studio presence, choosing the Warner Bros. Pictures/Village Roadshow…
Fox Searchlight's "In America" topped nominations for the 2004 IFP Independent Spirit Awards with six, followed by five each for HBO Films/Fine Line Features' "American Splendor" and the Samuel…
For conspiracy theorists, the timing is interesting: On the same week that a coalition of indie film companies stand before a Gotham U.S. District Court to protest the MPAA ban on screeners, a Web…
"Balseros" and "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" are sharing top honors in the Intl. Documentary Assn.'s 2003 feature competition.
Neal Baer, exec producer "Law & Order: SVU," has been tapped to receive the Valentine Davies Award for public service from the Writers Guild of America West.
The ripple effect of an earlier Oscars night has spread to France's Cesar Awards ceremony. Organizers of the Gallic event have fixed the date as Feb. 21.
The National Board of Review of Motion Pictures will present its 2003 Career Achievement Award for Cinematography to John Toll, whose latest work is Warner's "The Last Samurai," opening Friday.