On February 14th, the Academy issued a statement from prexy Frank Pierson: "We have hoped from the very first that Mr. O'Toole would be present March 23 to accept his honorary Oscar, and now it looks…
Two-time Academy Award-winning cinematographer Haskell Wexler ("Bound for Glory," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf") has been elected to fill the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' board of…
The American Society of Cinematrographers bestowed its top honor upon the late lenser Conrad Hall during Sunday's 17th annual outstanding achievement awards at the Century Plaza Hotel.
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Usually, the Academy Awards best-film race contains three or four December openers, but all five of the current best-picture contenders opened in the last two weeks of the year. No wonder there's…
There were three defining moments in the campaign for this year's British Academy of Film & Television Arts movie kudos, which proved just how seriously Hollywood now takes the event.
When it emerged that the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences was planning to move up the Oscars, BAFTA bosses knew they had to respond quickly to keep their show alive.
The Orange British Academy of Film & Television Arts Film Academy founded: April 16, 1947 (merged with TV Guild in 1958). First film awards: 1949 Film eligibility criteria: Film must have been…
Costa-Gavras' "Amen." was named best film Feb. 14 at the Lumiere Awards, France's answer to the Golden Globes. Best director nod went to Francois Ozon for the kitsch musical mystery "8 Women."