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.
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."
Motion Picture Assn. of America president Jack Valenti spent Thursday afternoon giving face time in Los Angeles to groups disgruntled over the screener ban.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has about 5,800 voting members, and so far nearly 4,000 of them have returned their screener agreement. But what's up with those holdouts?
Adopting a stance similar to that of its L.A. counterpart, the Chicago Film Critics Assn. has opted to suspend its annual awards for 2003 in protest of the MPAA's restrictions on the distribution of…
The New Zealand Film Awards have won a reprieve and will now be staged as planned Dec. 8 in Auckland.
"Dirty Pretty Things" was the big winner Tuesday evening at the sixth British Independent Film Awards, picking up prizes for film, director (Stephen Frears), actor (Chiwetel Ejiofor) and screenplay…
Rare proof that a gigantic production in contemporary Hollywood can possess a distinctive personality, "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World" proves as bracing as a stiff wind on the open…