"Chicago" danced away with best pic honors from the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Assn.
The 132-member Online Film Critics Society selected "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" as 2002's best pic, with director Peter Jackson, the ensemble cast, editing and effects also nabbing kudos
The American Cinema Editors has tapped producer Kathleen Kennedy as this year's recipient of its ACE Golden Eddie award, making her the first female to receive the honor.
It looks like an Oscar screener. It smells like an Oscar screener. But Focus Features says it's nothing of the sort.
It's the new Oscar campaign season: bigger, longer and uncut. For the first time in years, members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences have too many strong choices for the five best-pic…
On the Oscar campaign trail, discussing global politics could be a risky move. Martin Scorsese, seeking his first directing statuette for "Gangs of New York," flouted that notion last week by coming…
The past year may have brought major new technology on the digital front, but offered few audacious cinematographic leaps. There were improved Kodak film stocks that seemingly every d.p. wanted to…
They don't inhabit the usual cramped artists' atelier. Visions of that Broadway cliche fade as quickly as the theatrical blackout Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer have staged countless times for…
Among the first generation of American film school grads still working at the height of their powers, "Gangs of New York" director Martin Scorsese might be the most decorated.
Even today, when star salaries have soared into the tens of millions, the phrase "I'd rather direct" points to a different kind of power and influence -- the latitude to tell a story your way.
In the beginning there was the team of D.W. Griffith and G.W. Bitzer. Their alchemy (and chemistry) would foreshadow some of the great director-d.p. partnerships of today such as Steven Spielberg and…