Polish-born, New York-based Przemyslaw Shemie Reut's challenging experimental drama "Paradox Lake" is a verite-style journey inside the complex world of autism, told through the experience of a…
Winner of the 2002 Sundance Film Festival's Grand Jury Prize for Documentary Feature, "Daughter From Danang" is an intelligent, well-observed and ineffably poignant study of an Amerasian woman's…
Robert Redford will be honored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences with an honorary award at the 74th annual Oscarcast.
The Museum of Television & Radio's 19th annual William S. Paley Television Festival looks at laffers this year with a lineup that includes a scribe-studded salute to funnyman Fred Allen and an…
Writer-director Paul Greengrass' "Bloody Sunday" is a stunning work, revisiting controversial events with journalistic objectivity and a meticulous eye for detail. Pic reps a huge advance for…
TV writer Christopher Knopf has been tapped to receive the Edmund H. North Award from the Writers Guild of America West.
A supposed slice-of-life drama about working class women looking for love and stability in 1980s New Jersey, "Hysterical Blindness" is a numbingly obvious confection of laughter and tears that's…
Spirits were high Tuesday as stars, filmmakers and critics turned out for the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. Awards, traditionally one of the most casual yet high-brow of the award-season events.
Sidney Poitier -- the only black actor to win an Academy Award in the leading male category -- will be taking home another Oscar this year.
Helmer Andre Turpin's "Soft Shell Man" (Un Crabe dans la tete), which bowed at Sundance Stateside, leads the race for this year's Jutras, the annual Quebec film awards announced Wednesday.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has tapped Moray Greenfield as theater operations coordinator. She succeeds Michael Angel, who was recently upped to the post of membership administrator.