With the world newly obsessed with the clash of good and evil, the time would seem to be ideal for "The Lord of the Rings." The first installment in J.R.R. Tolkien's trilogy, "The Fellowship of the…
Specialty distribs, which look to the holiday season with visions of kudos dancing in their heads, may find the going a little tricky this year.
John Waters will return as the master of ceremonies for the 2002 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards. Waters hosted last year's event and served as keynote speaker in 1999.
Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "Amelie," Cannes' most notable absentee this year and France's official contender for the foreign lingo Oscar, was eliminated from a shortlist of movies for the prestigious Prix…
The BBC led the pack at the British Academy Children's Film & Television Awards Sunday night, winning four out of a possible 12 category awards. ITV took three, Channel 4 two.
Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "Amelie" swept the European Film Awards in Berlin on Saturday, as had been widely predicted.
As with so much else involving the 74th Academy Awards, the party scene was supposed to be different. The award show's move to the new Hollywood & Highland development would, it was hoped by many…
DreamWorks marketing executive Marvin Levy has once again been named chairman of the Academy Awards public relations coordinating committee.
Beautifully made pic is based on a short story by celebrated 19th century Greek writer Giorgios Vizyenos, who wrote much of his material from a mental home. It's a visually lush production, but too…
The Writers Guild of America has tapped Tim O'Donnell as exec producer of its WGA awards ceremony on March 2.
Officially, the Academy Awards celebrate the best in motion picture arts and sciences, but Hollywood's biggest night also involves glamour and celebration, schmoozing and commiseration at the balls…