The first run of the American Film Institute Awards nominations has succeeded in presenting a comprehensive and eclectic mix, especially for film, where 10 movie of the year bids spread the wealth…
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Gearing up for Saturday's inaugural AFI Awards ceremony, the American Film Institute has revealed the names of their 100-member jury -- a.k.a. the voters.
Awards season is in full swing, and there are a load of contenders for best film performances, production design, music and special effects. It's the small matter of best picture that is dividing…
"Memento" earned four awards, including best picture, while "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" received the most acclaim -- six kudos -- as the Las Vegas Film Critics society…
Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences controller Otto Spoerri is set to retire Monday, after a 23-year run.
This year, there is no single front-runner in the Oscar race. There are endless front runners. In normal years, each new announcement of awards or nominations is supposed to narrow the field, and…
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There's a new gorilla in town. And if it's not yet 800 pounds, it's at least 600 pounds and growing. In an already crowded awards season, the American Film Institute launched its first awards, and…
Songwriter Alan Bergman will chair the 2002 Governors Ball, which follows the 74th Academy Awards. Bergman, who is treasurer of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, served as chair of the…