When the Academy expanded its best picture nominations to a round 10, observers thought that the spotlight might fall on the Globes' comedy/musical nominees from 2009, helping to fill out the other…
The Globes hold a key position in the awards race for TV series, since they're first out of the gate to recognize new fall shows.
The Golden Globes continues to rank as one of the industry's best parties. Which brings to mind other fab places to hold a fete during this long awards/holiday season.
The year provides another bumper crop of animated pics. Two venerable titles return with spectacular results, both in quality and box office. Plus, a few new entries dazzles in terms of technology…
In contrast to 2009's heavily American lineup, most of this year's contenders for the Golden Globe's drama pic exude a distinctly international air.
When the industry sees a forthcoming pic as weighed down with baggage, it can take marketing savvy -- and a little luck -- to overcome those lowered expectations and stay competitive at year's end.
Great work involves high risk. Several of the year's most lauded filmmakers and creatives talk about the big challenges in the movies they made -- and what kept them up at night, until they got it…
The Santa Barbara Film Fest will honor Nicole Kidman with the Cinema Vanguard award.
Robert Duvall and Sissy Spacek work exquisitely together in the indie "Get Low." In one particular area, however, they don't share common ground.
When "Cairo Time" star Patricia Clarkson looks at the well of potential female nominees for lead actress, she sees plenty of competition, but feels great about it.
When Lisa Cholodenko's domestic comedy "The Kids Are All Right" premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year, the reviews ranged from solid to outright ecstatic.