British coming-of-ager "An Education" topped the London Film Critics' Circle Awards nominations.
"The Hurt Locker" added three more prizes to its war chest Saturday when the Houston Film Critics Society saluted helmer Kathryn Bigelow's intense drama.
Production designer Terence Marsh, who won Oscars for "Dr. Zhivago" and "Oliver," has been tapped to receive Art Directors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. filled its drama category with a potential blockbuster, a star-driven small-scale vehicle, two war movies and an inner-city tale of adolescent perseverance.
Once again, cable dominated the broadcast competition on the TV side of the Golden Globe. With an impressive 35 noms (though five less than last year), cable outdistanced the 17 nods notched by the…
The biggest news with the thesp noms is the triple double: three actors score two nominations each. Not willing to settle for just one film a year can make a performer twice-blessed, which is what…
Tennessee Williams more or less got it right: Sometimes there's God -- or Paramount -- so quickly.
When the HFPA voted last month to expand this year's number of nominations for animated feature from three to five slots, it constituted a long-overdue recognition of animation's increasingly high…