Louis J. Horvitz has reupped with the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and will direct the 53rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
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Michael B. Seligman will return as supervising producer of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' 53rd annual primetime Emmy Awards.
The schedule of voting events for the 74th annual Academy Awards was unveiled Monday by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
The fourth feature by Alfonso Cuaron, a return to Mexican cinema after directing "The Little Princess" and "Great Expectations," is a slight road movie/teen comedy about two young buddies who go on a…
Who or what makes a producer was once again a heated issue when the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' board of governors convened to flesh out the 74th annual Oscar rule book.
By sharp turns poignant, disturbing and hysterically funny, "Ghost World" explores the weird interstices between girlhood and adult life with an acuity unexpected from two middle-aged guys.
"A.I." is the child of HAL and E.T. The fruit of the unique spectral artistic convergence of two cinematic titans, Steven Spielberg and the late Stanley Kubrick, this deeply thoughtful and thoroughly…
Although everyone has a favorite TV show they feel deserves more recognition, the following programs are some of the standouts when it comes to being left out by the Academy of Television Arts…
The very mention of the word telepic used to summon up images of pedestrian movies about women in jeopardy or the disease of the week. But the 2000-01 season already has proved to be a remarkably…
French First: The first Emmy for best film made for television was awarded to “The Necklace,” a half-hour adaptation of a Guy de Maupassant short story that was produced for $9,000 as part of Lucky…