There was both a premiere and a christening Monday when "Vanilla Sky" launched with the first use of the Chinese Theater/Hollywood & Highland combo on an arctic, wind-swept night.
British cinematographer Douglas Slocombe has been tapped to receive the American Society of Cinematographers' Intl. Achievement Award.
New York Women in Communications has announced its 2002 Matrix Award honorees. Prize recognizes women in the media industry from advertising to public relations.
Nine rings of fire burned outside London's Odeon Leicester Square Monday night, as New Line Cinema and its U.K. partner Entertainment Film Distributors unveiled the world premiere of "Lord of the…
Seeking presenters for its inaugural AFI Awards next month, the American Film Institute is promising potential candidates not just a jolt of publicity but scholarships established in their names.
The camera pans to follow horses galloping across rugged mountain terrain. It's a grandiose moment from "The Lord of the Rings," but amid December's screen scramble, it looks decidedly less than epic.
"Ali," "Baby Boy," "Rush Hour 2" "The Brothers" and "Training Day" are in the running to receive the motion picture nod at the 33rd annual NAACP Image Awards, to be held Feb. 23 at the Universal…
Patrice Chereau's English-language feature "Intimacy," winner of the best film Golden Bear at Berlin this year, on Monday nabbed France's prestigious Prix Louis Delluc for the best French film in…
War is hell for 100 continuous minutes of screen time in "Black Hawk Down," a relentless immersion in combat strikingly realized but none too pleasurable to sit through. Pic is based on journalist…
A middling Tom Cruise vehicle as far as the general public is concerned, "Vanilla Sky" will surprise buffs for being a virtual scene-by-scene remake of the 1997 Spanish feature "Open Your Eyes" (Abre…