The AFI has weighed in with its picks for the best films and TV programs of 2010.
"The Social Network" was the big winner at Sunday's annual vote of the Boston Society of Film Critics.
There are those who win a second lead acting Oscar, but it happens only occasionally -- and not to many of those you might expect.
For decades, Hollywood has imported talent from non-English speaking countries. Our first Oscar winner for lead actor, in fact, was Swiss-born Emil Jannings. And since talent doesn't exist in a…
For actors whose role is in a language other than English, the Oscar has always been more than a bit elusive for myriad reasons, but a pair from this year's contenders could break through.
When it comes to children, most parents will cite the old adage: "It's impossible to pick a favorite." The same could easily be said for Oscar's supporting thesp races.
"The Town," a slick, modern caper movie directed by and starring Ben Affleck, might seem to be another in a long series of caper films with a kinetic, ingeniously filmed heist at its heart.
Blending quality visual effects and live action motion pictures is a science and an art, with roots that go back to the dawn of cinema and Georges Méliès.
Stephen Frears' "Tamara Drewe" opens with the vision of a muscular, shirtless hunk splitting wood as the sun rises over rolling pastures and the music of chirping birds fills the air.
At first, cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle jokes about the challenge of shooting much of Danny Boyle's "127 Hours" in an ultra confined space.
The unspoken rule for Oscar-winning cinematography is this: Pretty landscapes win