Sure, the latenight talkshows have been hamstrung by the Writers Guild of America strike, but the Oscar promotional onslaught on television continues, hardly abated -- and redundant as all get out.
Years after the kudos races are forgotten, these moments will remain in moviegoers' memories.
Movie studios seem to enjoy putting out mixed messages. Every year they complain about the evils of screeners, yet keep dispatching them in ever greater quantity.
The awards season increasingly seems to break down into polar extremes. The Oscars, a race that this season is unusually wide open, raise an intriguing question: Is there a happy medium between art…
While their male counterparts have delivered a slew of serious, commercially underperforming pics about war and conflict, femme helmers Nadine Labaki and Marjane Satrapi have found humor to be a more…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have announced the following winners for its science and technology awards:
Digital may be the future, but the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences highest science and technology honors for 2008 are strictly celluloid.
Working Title's "Atonement" has taken a clear lead in the longlists for the British Academy Film Awards.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' visual effects branch genuflected to "Evan Almighty" but swatted "Spider-Man 3" as it announced the seven semifinalists for the vfx Oscar.
Contender Entertainment Group has picked up U.K. theatrical and DVD rights for Nick Broomfield's Iraq war drama "Battle for Haditha."
"The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," "The Kite Runner," "The Lives of Others," "Lust, Caution" and "La Vie en rose" have been nominated for best film not in the English language at the 2008 British…