Woody Allen must not have been the only New Yorker who ventured to Los Angeles this year. At the three primary Oscar parties in Gotham, you had to look hard to find recognizable stars.
Academy voters were in a schizophrenic frame of mind -- in more ways than one. Universal/ DreamWorks' pic from Imagine Entertainment, "A Beautiful Mind," which concerns real-life schizophrenic math…
In a few memorable moments Sunday evening, Hollywood crossed a historic boundary by giving its two top acting awards for the first time to a pair of black actors, Halle Berry for "Monster's Ball" and…
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Returning to Hollywood for the first time in 42 years, Oscargoers found themselves parading past the Roosevelt Hotel, where the first statuettes were handed out in 1929 -- and they found themselves…
After years of being off-screen, Hollywood Boulevard knocked them dead in a high-profile comeback performance.
DreamWorks' computer-animated "Shrek" capped a nearly yearlong commercial bonanza with a win in the inaugural Oscar race for best animated feature.
Dutchman Michael van Jaarsveld's "Drift" won the grand jury prize and actress nod for Christel Oomen at the 15th Nordic Film Fest of Rouen, which ran March 13 -24.
Here was the new Kodak theater, with all its carpeting plush and paint fresh, filled with stern-faced security guards sprouting earpieces at their necks and 9mm pieces at their armpits. Winners were…
Main story Historic wins H’wood reborn ‘Shrek’ kudos Backstage Notes Photo gallery Arrival story Army Archerd Review Award Central 2002 Winners will be updated throughout the night. They will be…
Despite the mudslinging, IATSE protests, after-party talk, and inevitably misguided handicapping of the Oscar race, preparations are still being made to the Kodak Theater in anticipation of one of…