The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation revealed nominees Tuesday for its 14th annual Media Awards, which recognize the fair depiction of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people in the…
Offbeat features "About Schmidt" and "Adaptation" topped the list of nominees for the Broadcast Film Critics Assn.'s Critics' Choice Awards.
"The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" was standing tall when nominations were announced for the Intl. Foreign Press Assn.'s seventh annual Golden Satellites.
The consummate storytelling and richly drawn characters of one of literature's greatest chroniclers of the human condition make Douglas McGrath's adaptation of "Nicholas Nickleby" a delightful…
It's official: The race for the Oscar is wide open. The New York Film Critics Circle choice Monday for best picture, "Far From Heaven," continued to spread the buzz around. It was the fourth…
"About Schmidt" and "The Hours," the 2002 darlings of the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. and the National Board of Review, respectively, were among the 10 pics tapped Monday by the American Film…
The Producers Guild of America has created a new award to cover work on reality, informational and game series programming.
It seems every year 20th Century Fox has a prestige pic in awards contention -- usually a pic that was a risky greenlight decision. But come Oscar time it courts major kudos buzz. Think "Titanic,"…
May 10, ’01 – “Moulin Rouge” opens the Cannes Film Festival May 18, ’01 – Pic opens exclusive engagements in N.Y. and L.A. June 1, ’01 – Stateside wide release Aug. 6, ’01 – Hollywood Film Festival…
2002 will be seen as much for what viewers read into movies as what the movies tell us about ourselves. With features often taking a year or more from script to release, it's a matter of conjecture…