The IFP/West's eighth annual Someone to Watch Award recognizes a talented filmmaker of singular vision who has not yet received much recognition; the award includes a $20,000 unrestricted grant.
The Independent Feature Project/West's 2002 Motorola Producers Award -- which bestows a grant of $20,000 to the winner -- cites as a criterion the overcoming of "highly limited resources."
Daily Variety usually refrains from the seasonal sport of Oscar handicapping, but this year, given the history of film awards, it's clear which pic will win the top prize Sunday night.
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Glenn Close and Donald Sutherland will serve as "the Voices of Oscar" at Sunday's 74th Academy Awards.
COLOGNE -- A three-part miniseries about author Thomas Mann will pick up 11 Grimme Awards, the top Teutonic TV nods, on Saturday.
Whenever someone moves into a new home, there are bound to be headaches. The latest one for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is a complaint from IATSE stagehands that compounds ongoing…
Hollywood publicists tapped unit publicist Spooky Stevens as winner of their Les Mason award in ceremonies Wednesday at the Beverly Hilton.
Paul McCartney is set to make his debut Oscar performance at the 74th Academy Awards Sunday, while nominees Maggie Smith and Ian McKellen, as well as John Travolta, are on board as presenters.
The Intl. Cinematographers Guild has named nine finalists in its sixth annual Film Showcase competition for members not yet rated as directors of cinematography.
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