Folks in the film biz will always remember the 2003 award season because of the Screener Wars, in which indies battled for the right to send screening tapes to kudos voters.
As studios and the MPAA do detective work to figure out the source of films popping up on the Internet, prexy Frank Pierson vowed that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will act as judge…
The Art Directors Guild has tapped Pixar Animation exec creative VP John Lasseter to receive its Contribution to Cinematic Imagery Award.
Already 2003's No. 1 local film at the box office with 380,000 admissions, helmer Per Fly's "Inheritance" nabbed nine nominations for Denmark's film awards, the Roberts, which the Danish Film Academy…
Attention, Academy voters! You have ballots in hand! They are due at PricewaterhouseCoopers this Saturday! Every vote counts!
It's later than you think: Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Oscar nomination ballots must be in the hands of execs at PricewaterhouseCoopers in L.A. by 5 p.m. Saturday.
The American Society of Cinematographers has opted for high-profile dramatic spectacles and lensing veterans in the nominees for its top feature award.
HBO dominates the Directors Guild of America's TV series nominations, with "Six Feet Under" taking three of the five nods in the drama series category while "Sex and the City" duplicates that feat in…
The American Cinema Editors have opted for high-profile dramas and an eclectic mix of comedies as nominees for its ACE Eddie awards.
Union publicists will give their Television Showmanship Award to Sandy Grushow, who recently resigned as chairman of Fox Television Entertainment Group to launch his own production shingle.
A copy of the romantic comedy "Something's Gotta Give" that was sent to an Oscar voter has surfaced on the Internet, prompting a probe by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.