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.
With the award season in full swing, it's time for Hollywood's unsung heroes and heroines to take a bow.
High hopes were pinned on bringing to life this 1957 kids' classic, one of the top 10 best-selling hardcover children's books of all time. The live-action film adaptation didn't generate critical…
This romantic comedy set in the early '60s is an homage to the Doris Day-Rock Hudson bedroom romps of its day, and a nod to the Pantone-saturated palette of Technicolor. Costume and production design…
An epic love story set in the final chapter of the American Civil War, "Cold Mountain" reunites much of the all-star production team assembled by director Anthony Minghella for his earlier "The…
In "Girl With a Pearl Earring," director Peter Webber and his production team created a living, breathing, fully dimensionalized portrait of the 17th-century Dutch town of Delft on a budget of just…
The designers of "Seabiscuit," the Depression-era horseracing drama, had to create both the opulence of the upper class and the poverty of the lower class in a film about a horse that binds the two…
Blood, lots of blood, is what most people will remember from "Kill Bill Vol. 1," Quentin Tarantino's stylish martial arts extravaganza. It's everywhere -- in puddles on the floor, dripping from flesh…