While the current buzzwords for the 2002 Oscars may be "understated" and "scaled back," it's hard to overstate the abundance of pre- and postevent gifts, clothing and accessories showering the show's…
When people talk about Hollywood film awards, they're often talking about The Award: Oscar. And, when predicting winners and nominees for The Award, handicappers concentrate on the usual suspects…
Forget coming up with any other nominees for Most Controversial Award-giving Org. Winner: the National Board of Review.
Backstage Creations is one company that has upped the ante on the proverbial gift basket. Part greenroom, part boutique, its invitation-only retreat-style environments provide behind-the-scenes…
Michael Haneke's steamy, sexual drama "La Pianiste" has been picked up by Kino Intl. for distribution in the U.S. Film, which will be released as "The Piano Teacher" next spring, stars Isabelle…
A semi-charming children's fable from South America, Lisandro Duque Naranjo's "Invisible Children" excels at presenting a child's-eye view of the world -- specifically, it captures the agile openness…
Submissions for the eighth annual Screen Actors Guild Awards have risen 69% over the same time last year and videotape/screening mailings are up 50%.
French history is reduced to the level of American tabloid-style gossip in "The Affair of the Necklace," a staggeringly misguided stab at period filmmaking. Banal at best and laughable at worst…
British producers nabbed four of the six International Emmys Monday during a gala ceremony in Gotham hosted by "Hollywood Squares" emcee Tom Bergeron.
Fifty-one countries have entered the race for the 2001 foreign-language film Oscar, besting last year's record competition by five pics. Joining France ("Amelie"), Austria ("The Piano Teacher") and…