"You've got to see Takashi Miike's films. They're absolutely stunning," Robert Richardson exclaims. The cinematographer believes Miike -- a director of ultraviolent Japanese Yakuza films -- is one of…
Conventional wisdom dictates that the dominant artist on any given feature is the director, but that dominance is at most an act of faith. A collaborative enterprise by nature, each film is stamped…
Whether it's the rough waters of the North Atlantic in "The Perfect Storm" or the scorching deserts of North Africa in "The English Patient," man-versus-nature has been a visual thread in John…
"Mystic River" is Tom Stern's second d.p. credit, after debuting on Clint Eastwood's previous film, "Blood Work."
The Producers Guild of America has tapped Mike Nichols and Cary Brokaw as the 2004 recipients of the Visionary Award for their work in producing "Angels in America."
The American Society of Cinematographers has tapped Kevin Brownlow for a special recognition award for his work in restoring and preserving silent films.
"The Last Samurai," "Something's Gotta Give" and "In America" are among Oscar contenders that cannot win the best film prize at this year's British Academy Film Awards.
Peter Jackson and his fellowship led the race Saturday at the Broadcast Film Critics Assn.'s ninth annual Critics' Choice Awards.
Beyonce Knowles and Outkast paced the race for the 35th NAACP Image Awards nominations, nabbing five and six nods, respectively.
Howard Stern has built a lucrative career in part on the premise that men are infatuated with lesbians, but it's doubtful his listeners will flock to "The L Word" -- an old-fashioned soap with a "Sex…
Since its inception in 1991, the Michael Douglas Foundation has given to more than 90 charities, some local and entertainment related, and some benefiting causes as far away as Sierra Leone.