In a surprise decision that left the two widely favored front-runners out in the cold, director Marco Tullio Giordana's mafia drama "The Hundred Steps" has been chosen as Italy's Oscar submission in…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has sent out its Oscar-campaign guidelines to the marketing departments of studios and distribution companies.
France has picked "The Taste of Others" and Iran has selected "A Time For Drunken Horses" as their official selections for Oscar foreign-language film entries.
Jose Luis Garci's "You're the One" was voted by members of Spain's Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences as the country's official candidate for a best foreign-lingo Oscar nom in February.
The Danish Film Institute will submit Kaspar Rostrup's "A Place Nearby" as its contender for an Oscar nom as best foreign language film.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has announced key dates for the 58th annual Golden Globe Awards.
The Export-Union of German Cinema has tapped Oskar Roehler's "No Place to Go" as Germany's official contender for next year's best foreign-language film Oscar.
Shooting Star Filmcompany's "Little Crumb" (Kruimeltje), which racked up more box office admissions in Holland than "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace," has been chosen as Holland's entry…
The first effort from the Family Friendly Forum's Script Development Fund, an initiative between advertisers and the WB to introduce more all-ages programming to TV, works a little too hard to be…
Tis the season for Brits to make low-budget, digital-format digs at Hollywood, first with Mike Figgis' exceedingly creative, four-panel "Time Code" and now in Bernard Rose's somber, doom-laden…
A bravura tribute to the spirit of "Point Blank" and the importance of short-term memory, "Memento" deconstructs time and space with Einstein-caliber dexterity in the service of a delectably…