For most of their existence, TV and radio film critics have been looked at askance by the high priests of print criticism at such outlets as the New Yorker, New York Times and Film Comment…
For Paul Newman, the seventh time was the charm. Elizabeth Taylor nearly had to die to get her first. Tough guy James Cagney had to sing and dance for his.
Plan B in the ongoing screener battle may be kicking into action. While the studios and their specialty divisions have been vetoed by the MPAA ruling from sending screeners, producers in many cases…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has selected film scholars from Brandeis U. and the U. of California at Santa Cruz as 2003 Academy Film Scholars.
On Dec. 4 alone, Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. members have three scheduled press conferences and two screenings -- stretching from 10:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Studio hierarchs have displayed their righteous indignation over movie piracy in recent weeks.
Have Oscar contenders lost their Standards? In all the tsuris over screeners, the campaign season has kicked off and everyone seems to have forgotten that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts…
Attractively designed, energetically performed and, above all, blessedly concise, this adaptation of one of the most popular American kids' books walks the safe side of surrealism with its fur-flying…
Marco Bellocchio's "Good Morning, Night" has nabbed the European Film Academy's critics prize and scored a raft of sales.
"The Weather Underground," "Inheritance: A Fisherman's Story" and "Charlie: The Life and Art of Charlie Chaplin" are among the finalists for the five feature-docu Oscar nomination slots.
David Attenborough, best known for the "Life on Earth" series, has been tapped to receive the 2003 Career Achievement Award from the Intl. Documentary Assn.