Three socially isolated characters patch together an understated bond in "The Station Agent," a well-acted and -crafted character piece that's a bit too calculated and cutesy for its own good…
Alan Bergman will return as chair of the Governors Ball for the 75th Academy Awards. For the sixth time and the second year in a row,
What a sad, tender, wise and beautiful film co-director/co-screenwriters Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini have made from Harvey Pekar's life and his "American Splendor" comics. Like Terry…
In the Directors Guild of America award noms announced Tuesday, Miramax accounted for 2½ of the five nominations. In the litany of thank-yous onstage at the Globes Sunday, one name was mentioned more…
The American Cinema Editors board of directors has tapped veteran editors John Burnett and Tom Rolf to receive Lifetime Career Achievement Awards.
Two-time Academy Award winner Denzel Washington is slated to make his eighth appearance as a presenter at the 75th Academy Awards on March 23.
Quite a cool movie about a couple of people at the bottom of the Vegas food chain, Wayne Kramer's sexy and often humorous feature directorial debut surrounds its sweet center with the energy, flash…
Three relative newcomers and two longtime vets were center stage in nominations for the 55th annual Directors Guild of America awards.
A song about the BevHilton post-Golden Globes scene would have the chanting lyrics "Who, who, who let the fans in?"
For years Hollywood's f/x community had proclaimed that it was only a matter of time before computer-generated characters played larger roles in major studio productions.
In Andrew Niccol's summer New Line satire "Simone," movie director Viktor Taransky (Al Pacino) creates the perfect virtual actor -- a "vactor" -- one who doesn't complain, make demands or disagree…