This year 254 feature-length films are eligible for best picture at the 76th annual Academy Awards. Nomination ballots and a complete list of eligible films were mailed to Acad members this week.
"The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" leads the list of nominees for the 2003 awards presented by the Online Film Critics Society.
Nomination ballots for the 76th Academy Awards were mailed Monday to the 5,803 voting members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
Charlize Theron looked her usual glam self for the "Monster" bow Wednesday night in Gotham, leaving it to pic's posters stationed at the Clearview Chelsea West theater to suggest thesp's gritty…
The publicists of the Intl. Cinematographers Guild have tapped Clint Eastwood for a lifetime achievement award, to be presented at the 41st annual Publicists Awards Feb. 27 at the Beverly Hilton…
Distributor MK2 has a plan to make an "Elephant" disappear. In what could serve as a test-drive solution for U.S. distribs to ponder using in next year's awards season, the Gallic indie is sending…
At the start of last year's award season, no prognosticator worth his salt was suggesting "The Pianist" would end up with director and actor Oscars.
When the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. got together for its scheduled meeting Oct. 18 it was supposed to be for selecting a lifetime achievement honoree to be feted at the group's annual January…
East Coast or West Coast? As the Oscar season gets moving, 23 major critics groups around the globe weigh in on their choices for the year's best.
To quote a colleague from a recent conversation outside a Los Angeles screening room, "No two film critics are alike," to which I add, "and no two film critics are going to see the same films."
David Ansen (Newsweek) Best1. American Splendor2. Lost in Translation3. Finding NemoWorst1. Alex and Emma2. Legally Blonde 23. Anger Management Jami Bernard (N.Y. Daily News) Best1. Lord of the…