Charlie Kaufman's wry, inventive onscreen explorations of the authentic/inauthentic self -- from "Being John Malkovich" through "Adaptation" and "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" -- have defied…
A shimmering melancholic romance about the most unusual of criss-crossing lovers -- a man (Brad Pitt) who ages from infirmity to infancy, and a woman (Cate Blanchett) who grows old like we all…
"Seven Pounds" reunites Will Smith with the filmmaking team behind the pic that earned him his last Oscar nomination, "The Pursuit of Happyness."
As usual, overseas talent stands poised to take many of Hollywood's top prizes this awards season. But some among this group -- especially the directors -- could be seen as biting the hand that feeds…
Brit director Danny Boyle, who'd never been to India before filming "Slumdog Millionaire," tried to show auds the essence of the subcontinent. The film's kinetic opening sequence, in which two boys…
Perhaps best known for his two Oscar-nommed roles, in "Schindler's List" ('93) and "The English Patient" ('96), Fiennes continues to show his formidable range.
Ian Gracie & Karen Murphy
In a profession that, after 100 years, is still virtually a men's club, Alberti long ago established herself as a top d.p.