MPAA chief Jack Valenti stuck to his guns Wednesday, reiterating that piracy was the sole basis of his decision to ban Oscar screeners.
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Many of the national critics orgs voiced their upset about the MPAA voluntary screeners ban Wednesday. The Broadcast Film Critics Assn. said the new policy "seems certain to penalize the certain…
This year's accelerated Academy Awards season has complicated releasing and marketing decisions for specialty distribs.
Gabriele Salvatores' "I'm Not Scared" and David Trueba's "Soldados de salamina" (Salamina Soldiers) have been chosen as candidates for 2004 foreign-lingo Oscar consideration in Italy and Spain…
With the decision Tuesday by Sweden's Oscar committee to submit Mikael Hafstrom's "Evil" as its official candidate, all five Nordic countries have now entered the race for the foreign-language film…
"Kill Bill Vol. 1" represents a hypertalented American film geek's fever dream of complete immersion in the world of Asian martial arts pictures. Film is a densely textured work that gets better as…
Hollywood's studios have agreed in principle to the Motion Picture Assn. of America's proposal to ban the mailing of screeners of eligible films for this year's awards season.
As the Motion Picture Assn. of America decided to forgo Oscar screeners, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has tried to maintain a neutral position.
The fauna takes top billing in remarkable docu shot by students from Munich's film school in the arid expanses of Mongolia's Gobi Desert. Preemed at the Munich fest in June, and a hot ticket among…
India has decided not to enter Oscar's next foreign-lingo award competition, just two years after getting its first nomination.