A dazzlingly lensed, highly stylized meditation on heroism and the point at which individualism conflicts with the common good, "Hero," Zhang Yimou's long-planned foray into martial arts territory…
Touting a year with Bond, some men in black, a big fat Greek wedding, the celebration of a Variety icon (another congrats, Army!), and the biggest opening of all-time (Spider-Man), 2002 can lay claim…
The Las Vegas Film Critics have bestowed best picture honors upon George Clooney's "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind" while "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers," in a repeat performance this awards…
When even the San Diego and the Las Vegas film critics started to hand out and publicize their own year-end awards, critics' groups in larger cities decided they weren't going to be left out. This…
An ambitious idea only half comes to fruition in "Think It Over," in which a woman surveys her past life while lying unconscious on the sidewalk. DV-shot second feature by documaker Katerina…
Giant-sized statements are being rolled out this awards season, with New Line unveiling the Air New Zealand Frodo plane at Los Angeles Intl. Airport.
With the 2003 Academy Awards just three months away, a consortium of New York media heavyweights is working behind the scenes to move at least part of the celebration to the East Coast, following an…
There was no break for intermission and no curtain calls, but otherwise, the Ziegfeld easily could have been mistaken for the Shubert Theater at the Dec. 18 Gotham preem of "Chicago."
The year-end glut of kudos is supposed to narrow the field for Oscar. This year, every new prize seems to confuse the issue further.
Holding the "Pinocchio" preem in a mall three days before Christmas had its ups and downs. On the downside, splitting the Grove in half with a red carpet added to the general holiday shopping chaos.
With 19 Golden Globes noms to crow about, Miramax ended the holiday premiere season Thursday night with the Gotham unspooling of "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind."