Hit French docu "Etre et Avoir" (Being and Having) won France's prestigious Prix Louis Delluc for French film on Wednesday.
Pachyderms on parade -- that was the scene Sunday afternoon as several elephants and other critters made their way down Sunset Boulevard to participate in "The Wild Thornberrys" preem.
Director-producer Norman Jewison has been tapped to receive the American Society of Cinematographers Board of Governors Award.
Monday's Gotham preem for "Gangs of New York" proved Miramax knows how to throw a party. And this one was a generation in the making.
Helmer Atom Egoyan's "Ararat" swept the nominations for the Genies Tuesday, the Great White North's annual awards for its domestic film industry.
A stylish cast and some clever scripting solutions help "Chicago" make the transition from stage to screen with considerable appeal intact. But despite these assets, plus the enduring kick of the…
The stories of three ennui-ridden women separated by decades commingle with calculated resonance in "The Hours." Considerable intelligence and strategic finesse have been brought to bear on this…
Oscar night may be more than three months away, but awards season is in full swing. Screening lists are growing, special soirees are plentiful, and marketing mavens are frantic.
The much-anticipated reunion of director Spike Jonze and screenwriter Charlie Kaufman, "Adaptation," is nonetheless a big wait-and-see in terms of its Oscar chances.
In a year overflowing with remakes, "Insomnia" was one of the lucky few to make a significant impact with critics and audiences.
Despite being shut out of the foreign-lingo Oscar category, "Talk to Her" shouldn't be counted out of the upcoming kudos races.