"Chicago" took top honors at the Broadcast Film Critics Assn.'s eighth annual Critics' Choice Awards gala Friday at the Beverly Hills Hotel. The Golden-Globe-winning musical bagged nods for best…
Peter Hedges' background as playwright, novelist and screenwriter ("What's Eating Gilbert Grape," "About a Boy") serves him well in his directing bow, "Pieces of April," a Thanksgiving family reunion…
It was Ladies' Night at the 60th annual Golden Globes as "Chicago" and "The Hours" -- films centering on women who are respectively murderous and suicidal -- took top honors as musical/comedy and…
In 2002, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences made the gutsy decision to establish a new kudos calendar -- one month will be omitted from future Oscar seasons.
Sunday's Golden Globes proved cable-ready: Out of 11 TV trophies, HBO easily dominated the competition with seven wins, while basic-cabler FX nabbed two, both for series "The Shield," and USA earned…
Best director winner Martin Scorsese emerged to address reporters in an uncharacteristically still manner, standing up with feet together, though retaining his characteristically breakneck, clipped…
Aki Kaurismaki's "The Man Without a Past" nabbed six Jussis, Finland's film awards, on Sunday.
Anthony Quinn and Charlton Heston Greek-dance on stage. Lawrence Olivier knocks the top off his Cecil B. DeMille award, and Christine Lahti is late to collect her Golden Globe because she's stuck in…
When "The Hours" -- inspired by Virginia Woolf's 1925 novel "Mrs Dalloway" -- was published in 1998, the Yale Book Review wrote that author Michael "Cunningham has done the impossible: he has taken a…
Should Columbia win the top Academy Award for "Adaptation," the studio would earn its 13th best picture trophy, a record among studios.
The following are the best picture winners and noms from the critics orgs and other notable awards to date.