"Amelie" and "No Man's Land" may have to duke it out with three other contenders for the foreign-language Oscar, but in Gaul they've won their own kudos.
Producer Ismail Merchant and director James Ivory will receive this year's Bafta Fellowship, it has been revealed.
In Japan, 2001 could be called the Year of Records. Both local pics and Hollywood blockbusters set new highs, and a whopping 163.28 million tickets were sold, 20.6 % more than in 2000.
Dying to see which nominees will be going home with golden BAFTA statues Feb. 24? Well, unless you have a satellite dish that's powerful enough to receive BBC1's local British feed or you happen to…
Robert Altman's "Gosford Park" may be the creation of a great American auteur, yet it could not have been achieved without a huge artistic and financial investment from the British film industry.
Last year's decision to move the British Academy of Film & Television Arts Awards to a month before the Oscars, instead of a few weeks after, has proved an unqualified success.
In a surprise double win at the Berlin Int'l Film Festival, Japanese animated pic "Spirited Away" by Hayao Miyazaki and British director Paul Greengrass's "Bloody Sunday," about the 1972 clashes…
Scenes from two intimately intertwined middle-class German marriages comprise the bittersweet relationship saga "Grill Point," Berlin-born Andreas Dresen's impressive follow up to 1998's "Night…
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BAFTA/L.A. tapped seven members to its board of directors Thursday, expanding the panel from 15 to 18 industryites.