This is such a moving and technically astounding film on so many levels.
Although there were many great traditional films this year, the one I loved the most was pure, magical and animated.
Jeffrey Nachmanoff's "Traitor" is a classic thriller that takes off like a bullet and puts you on the edge of your seat all the way through.
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" and "Frost/Nixon" lead in the longlists for the British Academy Film Awards with 14 nominations each.
I've always thought awards are like Rorschach tests: It's a clue to someone's personality whether they root for "Juno" or "There Will Be Blood." But now I've begun to think the entire awards season…
Chris Albers and Tom Fontana have been tapped to receive the Writers Guild of America East's Richard B. Jablow Award.
Clive Davis' annual star-studded party has been brought into the Grammy fold.
In an upset, modestly budgeted 3-D kidpic "Journey to the Center of the Earth" has advanced to the Oscar visual effects bakeoff -- and created a logistics headache for the Academy in the process.
Who's Who List; Composers
Music matters at Sundance. Both the Sundance Institute and Sundance Film Festival have long supported the cross-pollination between music and film.
In the midst of bleak economic times, some enterprising composers working in film and TV are finding innovative ways to battle the tides of increasingly popular canned music and the pressures of…