Helmer Benoit Pilon's "The Necessities of Life," Canada's submission to the Oscars in the foreign-language category, has been sold in the U.S. to IFC Films by E1 Intl., the sales division of Canadian…
Helmer Yojiro Takita's "Departures," Japan's contender for the foreign-language Oscar, was named best Japanese pic of 2008 at the 82nd Kinema Junpo Awards.
Brad Grey chatted with Jim Gianopulos, Clint Eastwood spoke with Frank Langella, and Ron Howard gave a brief and touching "benediction" at the AFI Awards luncheon on Jan. 9 at the Four Seasons hotel.
HBO kicked off its Friday afternoon TCA panel by showcasing upcoming docu "The Trials of Ted Haggard" and novel adaptation "The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency."
The Art Directors Guild likes the look of "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," "Changeling," "Doubt," "Frost/Nixon" and "Milk."
"Mad Men," "30 Rock" and director Paris Barclay each scored double TV nominations from the DGA while David Fincher received a commercials nom to go along with his feature mention for "The Curious…
"Slumdog Millionaire" was the big winner at the 14th annual Critics' Choice awards, nabbing kudos for picture, director (Danny Boyle), writer (Simon Beaufoy), young actor/actress (Dev Patel) and…
Camera and lighting technologists will be in the spotlight at this year's Scientific and Technical Academy Awards.
Not only are the Globes back -- Strike? What strike? -- but there's a sense that they've returned full force, thanks to a glam-packed group of movie-star nominees.
On the eve of the Golden Globes, four nominees at the top of their game consider the future of television. The noms for TV drama and comedy series reflect fast and furious times.
Golden Globe Nominations: Best Picture Drama: 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,' 'Frost/Nixon,' 'The Reader,' 'Revolutionary Road,' 'Slumdog Millionaire'