Eye on the Oscars: Directors & Cinematographers
If d.p. Oliver Stapleton's first collaboration with director Lasse Hallstrom on "The Cider House Rules" was characterized by the bucolic warmth of its settings, "The Shipping News" projected a…
Almost by the nature of their craft, cinematographers are expected to be flexible. It's not just a director's whims and intentions that they must be attuned to, but -- this is the ideal -- they…
Oscar-winning cinematographer Janusz Kaminski faced a formidable challenge on the set of "A.I. Artificial Intelligence."
JOHN BAILEY John Bailey has compiled more than 40 feature credits, ranging from “Groundhog Day” to “The Big Chill” to the forthcoming “Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood.” Even he was surprised…
Producer Laura Ziskin announced Monday that Michael B. Seligman has been named supervising producer of the 74th Academy Awards show. Show will mark Seligman's 25th anniversary of involvement with the…
The Perrier Group of America has partnered with Chris Blackwell's Palm Pictures and RES to present "Perrier Across America," the successor to Perrier's Bubbling Under Award, which last year supported…
"ER" and "Friends" dominated Sunday's 28th annual People's Choice Awards at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
Adapting tales from her recent short story collection of the same title, Rebecca Miller's "Personal Velocity" is a fresh and striking fictional triptych catching three young New York state women -…
If his shot-for-shot remake of "Psycho" was one sort of artistic dead end for Gus Van Sant, then "Gerry" reps another. But like his hapless characters here, the filmmaker has lost his bearings -- a…
A brief guide to how wartime politics and experiences influenced the Oscars through the years.