The following are the best picture winners and noms from the critics orgs and other notable awards to date.
Writer Theodore Sturgeon was tired of having to defend science-fiction from seemingly constant attacks on its literary worth when he famously said in 1953 that, yes, 90% of science fiction is crud -…
Like faint smoke signals on the horizon, there were hints as early as 1992 that the indies were ready to storm Oscar's barricades. In that year, half of the 20 acting nominees were from non-studio…
Roughly 25 years ago a generation of filmmakers arrived in Hollywood armed with a new aesthetic.
Religious cultists call it "Last Days." Oscar campaigners simply call it December.
Daily Variety polled a number of influential critics regarding their top 10 picks of the year. Some have been previously published, and some were provided at our prompting.
Except for those who actually make a living producing features, people's perceptions about what a producer does are as varied as the approach each producer brings to the table.
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…
The scribes behind "About Schmidt," "Adaptation," "The Hours," "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" and "The Pianist" have been nominated for USC's Scripter Award, an honor bestowed on both the…
The American Film Institute welcomed a stellar turnout for an "AFI Awards 2002" luncheon that was energetic, fast and fun.
What is it about Irving Grant Thalberg that lingers? After all, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Irving Thalberg Memorial Award is given away to people who have never attempted his job…