After spending massive amounts of time in the Hollywood spotlight in the first half of 2001, leaders of the Writers Guild of America find themselves back in a lower public profile.
Eye on the Oscars: The Writer
Henry Ford said it is bunk. Napoleon said it is a set of lies, agreed upon. But history, as depicted in motion pictures, can revive interest in people and events that may otherwise remain generally…
Since the late '80s, Christopher Vogler's "The Writer's Journey" has joined Syd Field's primer on story structure as one of the must-reads for budding screenwriters. Vogler's book views filmmakers as…
This year's Oscar nominees are all over the map, but that's nothing compared with the divergent Academy analyses by major U.S. newspapers.
John Irving's showbiz memoir, "My Movie Business," is the sorrowful tale of the author's 13-year odyssey to develop a feature film from his novel "The Ciderhouse Rules," a journey marked by myriad…
John Williams will return to the Oscar podium for the first time since 1975 to serve as music director for the 74th Academy Awards.
Oscar-winning director Delbert Mann, a past president of the Directors Guild of America, has been tapped to receive the DGA's Honorary Life Member Award.
Hollywood union publicists have tapped a quintet of members as finalists for their Les Mason award.
Writer-director Andre Turpin's "Soft Shell Man" (Un Crabe dans la tete) swept the Prix Jutra, Quebec's annual film awards Sunday, taking home seven honors including film.
In a spirit more of camaraderie than competition, the American Society of Cinematographers came together at the Century Plaza Hotel, awarding top honors to Roger Deakins for "The Man Who Wasn't…