The powers behind the big stage and little screen weigh in on the year's top pics.
The cap gun has gone off. As of today, award season is no longer a marathon. It's a sprint.
At 3:30 a.m. on Jan. 25, the scents of a breakfast buffet of eggs, bacon, waffles, oatmeal and fruit will drift under the noses of hundreds of hungry journalists at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts…
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As a girl, Kate Winslet practiced accepting an Oscar in front of the bathroom mirror with a shampoo bottle. Tilda Swinton says the only race she dreamed of winning was the Cheltenham Gold Cup -- as a…
What could be more English than a film about King George VI leading Britain into the Second World War, directed by a Londoner educated at Westminster School and Oxford University?
Wins and key noms from critics groups and guilds
It didn't matter how many people told Martin Scorsese that it was finally his year when his dark crime-thriller "The Departed" was up for best picture four years ago.
With Jennifer Lawrence of "Winter's Bone" and Hailee Steinfeld of "True Grit" filming Oscar-worthy performances while still in their teens, it's clear they're the latest in a long line of talented…
Getting film critics to agree on anything is a tall order, and thus the overwhelming year-end consensus in favor of "The Social Network," echoing last year's across-the-board acclaim for "The Hurt…
Judging by the end-of-year critics' polls, one of 2010's best films isn't a film at all but rather the 330-minute miniseries "Carlos."
Luis Angel Bellaba's Aquelarre has taken all Spanish rights to Mohamed al-Daradji's "Son of Babylon," Iraq's foreign-language Oscar entry.