Moving swiftly to address the concerns of Academy members, guilds and critics organizations, Fox Searchlight Pictures is launching a national ticket program for Jim Sheridan drama "In America."
Days after the Chicago Film Critics Assn. announced its intention to suspend this year's annual film awards in protest of the screener ban, two of the org's most visible members, Roger Ebert and…
With just four nominees from Taiwan in the running at the 40th Golden Horse Awards for Chinese-lingo pics, the kudos' host country is doing some serious soul-searching.
Rap star Tupac Shakur gets definitive authorized-portrait-cum-sanctification treatment. While more skeptical viewers may find project's inspirational tilt objectionable, vet MTV docmeister Lazin has…
There's a downside to being a romantic comedy icon, says Hugh Grant: "You always get people from 'Entertainment Tonight' telling you 'You're so lovable.' You just want to hit them in the mouth."
In a career that spans a staggering seven decades, including noms, wins and honorary kudos in nearly every major awards derby, what does Angela Lansbury want to do now ?
The Britannia Awards night is returning, after an 18-month break, to its usual autumn slot with new focus and ambition.
Whether it's the endless wheat fields in "Witness," or the high seas in the upcoming "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World," Peter Weir excels at giving his movies a sense of place.
The British Academy of Film & Television Arts/Los Angeles is making sure that history is properly recorded.
At a recent industry event, Howard Stringer described his first visit to Hollywood 35 years ago.