Miramax's cozy, festive Feb. 5 luncheon salute to "City of God" director Fernando Meirelles was a fitting tribute to the Brazilian helmer. The gathering at quaint upper east side Italian Amaranth…
Steven Gaydos: Eurotrack
When a tense crowd of about 200 gathered in front of Spain's Goya Awards Jan. 31, they weren't looking for autographs from stars.
The third time was indeed the charm for Peter Jackson, as the New Zealander won the DGA Award as 2003's top filmmaker for directing New Line's "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King."
"Finding Nemo" left the competition awash at the 31st annual Annie Awards on Saturday. The Disney/Pixar film took nine trophies, winning in every category in which it was nominated.
"Seabiscuit" is only Ross' second outing in the director's chair, but it seems like he's already done it all. A true hyphenate, he earned two Oscar noms for his comedy scripts, "Big" in 1988 and…
With her Directors Guild of America nomination for "Lost in Translation," Sofia Coppola became the first second-generation nominee for a feature film in the guild's history. (She's also only the…
When it comes to keeping up with entertainment news, the hyperinflation of showbiz reputations and the wall-to-wall litter of celebrity awards have grown so great that one could take a six-week…
It's no surprise that the Directors Guild of America has been assuming a more global orientation in recent months.
With the release of nominees for the Directors Guild of America feature directorial award this year, one thing is clear -- this is not your normal DGA list.