"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," "Frost/Nixon," "The Reader," "Revolutionary Road" and "Slumdog Millionaire" nab best drama noms.
As astonishing as digital effects have become, directors and vfx artists are always fighting to avoid the "CG look."
Unless your name is James Bond, Tony Stark, Bruce Wayne or Indiana Jones, the odds are high that you don't know what it sounds like to be in the midst of a smash-bang-boom gunfight in which…
After a long takeoff, "Valkyrie" finally takes flight as a thriller in its second half but never soars very high.
Lora Hirschberg's love of cinema drove her to enroll at NYU's film school. "My aspirations were, like every idiot, to become a director," she quips with a laugh. "But I learned early on that I didn't…
Jerry Lewis will receive the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award at the 81st Academy Awards.
Storytelling in film may begin with the script but assumes its final form in the editing suite. In that quiet sanctum, where the director and the editor collaborate -- and sometimes struggle -- to…
"Hamlet 2" thesp Steve Coogan will host the 2009 Spirit Awards. The Brit comedian follows the standup acts of previous hosts including Rainn Wilson and Sarah Silverman.
Bravo, HBO and Showtime took the most nominations with three each as the Producers Guild of America announced its nominees for television in four categories on Wednesday.
"Milk" and "Happy-Go-Lucky" came up winners in a contentious year of voting by the New York Film Critics Circle.
"Defiance" director Edward Zwick eloquently introduced his new film before Monday night's Variety screening at the ArcLight by relating the personal journey the filmmaker went through in discovering…