Spirits were high Tuesday as stars, filmmakers and critics turned out for the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. Awards, traditionally one of the most casual yet high-brow of the award-season events.
Sidney Poitier -- the only black actor to win an Academy Award in the leading male category -- will be taking home another Oscar this year.
Helmer Andre Turpin's "Soft Shell Man" (Un Crabe dans la tete), which bowed at Sundance Stateside, leads the race for this year's Jutras, the annual Quebec film awards announced Wednesday.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has tapped Moray Greenfield as theater operations coordinator. She succeeds Michael Angel, who was recently upped to the post of membership administrator.
In "Mulholland Drive," fresh-scrubbed heroine Betty goes through a major identity crisis. But that's nothing compared to the what-am-I? dilemma for the actress who plays her, Naomi Watts.
The Directors Guild of America provided the latest twist in this wide-open awards season Tuesday, with nominations that leaned toward major studio pics and highlighted first-timers.
Ask some music executives at studios and they will say that while the moviegoing audience is fully aware of which pop act warbling on a film's soundtrack, members of the Academy of Motion Picture…
"A.I. Artificial Intelligence," "A Beautiful Mind," "Hannibal," "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring," "Moulin Rouge" and "Planet of the Apes"…
Following this year's tendency toward the unpredictable, the American Society of Cinematographers has tapped an eclectic quintet of big-budget and arthouse fare in its feature film noms.
Fox's "Moulin Rouge" was the big winner Saturday at the Intl. Press Academy's sixth annual Golden Satellite Awards.