French-speaking Canada stole the show at Saturday's Cesar Awards as "The Barbarian Invasions" won film, director and screenplay honors for Denys Arcand.
This year, Oscar bounce is hitting Hollywood right in the eye.
Conventional wisdom says that Oscar attention can boost box office. Two current contenders, "City of God" and "Lost in Translation," are proving that adage -- but in diverse, unexpected ways.
There once was a time when dressing for a black-tie affair was fairly straightforward for a man. You wore a tux. Sure, you could get creative with the details -- silver or brass cufflinks, pleated or…
Judging by the burgeoning accumulation of events, parties and luxury hospitality suites surroundingLondon's Orange British Academy Film Awards on Feb. 15, the BAFTAs have become a magnet for the…
The Writers Guild of America has awarded its top screenwriting awards to a pair of quirky contempo comedies, tapping Robert Pulcini and Shari Springer Berman for "American Splendor" and Sofia Coppola…
This year, Oscar voters offered up a diverse, imaginative slate of noms. But then there's that foreign-language group. Members are pressuring the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences to revamp…
As is the norm, Mexico's top-grossing pic, "Nicotina" (Nicotine) was rewarded with the lion's share of noms for the 46th annual Ariel Awards for Mexican film. Also true to form, the No. 2 nom grabber…
Screenwriter John Michael Hayes, who received Oscar nominations for "Rear Window" and "Peyton Place," has been tapped to receive the WGA West's Screen Laurel Award.
A roster of actors will honor their colleagues Sunday at the 10th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
From a solo piano to a 100-piece orchestra with 90-voice choir, this year's Oscar nominees in the original score category display an astonishing range of styles, colors and emotions.