For Naomi Watts, the unspooling of "21 Grams" for the first time at the Venice Film Festival was more than just a celebratory night. Since then, accolades have been heaped on Watts for her portrayal…
She was "not particularly enamored" of Westerns and no horsewoman, but Cate Blanchett dared to star in "The Missing."
Seventeen years separate Julie Walters' two Oscar bids to date -- as the eponymous Rita, opposite Michael Caine, in "Educating Rita" (1983) and as the warm-hearted if determined Mrs. Wilkinson in…
Evan Rachel Wood blazes a trail of ferocious adolescent energy in Catherine Hardwicke's bracing coming-of-age drama "Thirteen."
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Monday unveiled seven films being considered for the sound editing Oscar: "Finding Nemo," "Kill Bill Vol.1," "The Last Samurai," "The Lord of the Rings…
The Costume Designers Guild has leaned toward large-scale studio pics for its 2004 Excellence in Costume Design Awards.
Mike Nichols has been tapped to receive the Directors Guild of America lifetime achievement award, making him the 31st filmmaker to receive the kudos.
Peter Jackson's "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" scored a triple crown Monday, taking picture and director awards in each of three annual film honors lists from the Online Film Critics…
The Producers Guild of America is thinking big in film nominations, citing six large-scale and high-profile dramas, while sidestepping comedies and independent fare.
If 1996 was the year of the independent -- with such films as "Fargo," "Secrets & Lies," "Shine" and eventual winner "The English Patient" vying for the Academy's top honor -- then 2003 is shaping up…
At its first ceremony in 1929, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences handed out two distinct top awards. One -- discontinued after that year -- was designated artistic quality of production…