"Young@Heart," by British smallscreen helmer Stephen Walker, has won the public prize at the Ghent Film Festival, which wrapped Saturday.
"Dream Weavers -- Beijing 2008" is a surprisingly engaging and objective look at the whole preparation for the city's Olympics hoopla.
"Ballast," the Sundance standout that was self-distributed after a deal with IFC fell through, led the field with four nominations in the Gotham Independent Film Awards.
Tyro warbler Gabriella Cilmi swept the Aria Awards — Oz's most prestigious music kudos — on Sunday night, taking home six awards for her debut disk, "Lessons to Be Learned."
"The Fourposter" makes perfect sense for Keen Company. In accordance with the troupe's mission, Jan de Hartog's 1951 dramedy is both sincere and sophisticated, wittily tracking 35 years in a couple's…
When Paramount made the decision last week to push "The Soloist" to March, DreamWorks, Working Title and CAA , which reps director Joe Wright, Robert Downey Jr. and Jamie Foxx, were not pleased.
James Newton Howard garnered the title film composer of the year at the World Soundtrack Awards Saturday night at the Ghent Film Festival in Belgium.
Sergey Dvortsevoy's debut feature, "Tulpan," the tale of a young man seeking a wife in rural Kazakhstan, won the Louve D'Or for feature film at the 37th annual Montreal Festival du Nouveau Cinema.
Thursday's DGA Honors lived up to the kudofest's reputation of being short, sweet and, thanks to host Richard Belzer, bitingly funny.
A record 67 countries have submitted films for the 81st Academy Awards, Academy president Sid Ganis said Friday.
Lil Wayne was named lyricist of the year and Russell Simmons was honored as a hip-hop icon at this year's BET Hip-Hop Awards taped on Saturday in Atlanta.