As a young man in war-torn Poland, cinematographer Witold Sobocinski heard American jazz music on the radio and fell in love with it. "Jazz taught me to make films by feeling them," he says. "I could…
Unlike many artists who strive to place their signature on their work, cinematographer Bill Butler has been adapting to the filmmaking circumstances at hand for five decades.
Feature Films Michael Ballhaus “Gangs of New York” Pedigree: First ASC nomination, two Oscar noms, three BAFTA noms, one BSC nom Aesthetic: “There were lots of night scenes in this movie, and I…
The Directors Guild of America has spurned Michael Moore's hit documentary "Bowling for Columbine" in its nominations for directorial achievement in documentary.
Helmer Atom Egoyan's "Ararat" received five statuettes, including best film, at Canada's 23rd Genie awards in Toronto on Thursday.
Gotham may have failed in its bid to play host to the Oscars, but the city is staking its claim on this year's honorees.
Jennifer Lopez and Justin Timberlake lead the musical contingent at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice awards with three noms apiece, while "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets," "Ice Age" and…
Meg Ryan is on board to present at the 75th Academy Awards, skedded for March 23 at Hollywood's Kodak Theater.
Alexander Payne's "About Schmidt," starring Jack Nicholson, won film honors at the 23rd London Film Critics Circle Awards Wednesday night.
Though solidly behind President Bush's war against terrorism in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, the Hollywood community has started its own war of words against a military move targeting Iraq.