As she whips into the HFPA's grand new Beverly Hills digs on a sunny November morning, Dunlevy helps get a slow-starting press conference under way before sitting down to speak frankly about her…
Though the movie business takes center spotlight at the Golden Globes, those in the television industry take the kudofest very seriously.
Thora Birch sums up her journey as Enid in "Ghost World" as moving from "vaguely zany" to "somewhat somber." Yet it isn't that simple. In a smart tale of a young woman forced into a period of almost…
Will some of the more memorable moments of Golden Globes past -- Christine Lahti in 1998 missing her name because she was in the bathroom, or Ving Rhames handing over his trophy to fellow nominee…
When the Wall Street Journal vowed to pick the Academy Award winners by phoning Acad members in 2000, the overwhelming public response was, "No thanks!"
In any typical year, the breakup by the Golden Globes of the best picture category into drama and comedy-musical multiplies possible nominees and opens the gate to a whole herd of dark horses. It…
Kevin Spacey and Drew Barrymore received Star of Year honors Sunday at the Hollywood Women's Press Club's 61st annual Golden Apple Awards Luncheon at the Beverly Hilton.
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…