When the New York Film Critics Circle voted its best film prize to "The Hurt Locker," it was the result of a year's worth of critical thinking.
As the New York Film Critics Circle celebrated its 75th anniversary leading up to this week's awards presentation gala, I had a private name for each of the film series, screenings and panel…
LouAnne Johnson is a former Marine and teacher of troubled teens. Her book "My Posse Don't Do Homework" was adapted into the film "Dangerous Minds."
"Avatar" maintains its awards season momentum with a nod by the Art Directors Guild.
Beyond the Grammys Jan. 31, January is shaping up to be active for the Grammy Museum, with Elvis, Ringo and revolution.
Academy Award co-host Alec Baldwin is set to join the list of SAG presenters at the guild's kudo fest Jan. 23.
ADR supervisor Larry Singer has been tapped by the Motion Picture Sound Editors Organization as the recipient of the org's Career Achievement kudo
In a year that contains some of the best songs written for films in recent memory, the nominating process will face more scrutiny than ever and could render even fewer choices