It's a groundbreaking year for the Golden Globes. Meryl Streep's simultaneous 2008 noms for her lead roles in the drama "Doubt" and the musical comedy "Mamma Mia!" break Jack Lemmon's career record…
Markets & Festivals
Why so serious? The Globes' comedy/musical actress category has, in the past, provided something of an antidote to award-season gravitas, allowing such unexpected interlopers as Twiggy, Madonna and…
Consistency fittingly describes the Golden Globes director category, which mirrors the drama picture race and honors the helmers of films that each had at least four total nominations.
Peter Chelsom will helm romantic comedy "The Perfect Man" for the Film Department and Di Novi Pictures.
The Internet age is cutting into newspaper biz, which is troubling on at least two levels. One, due to cutbacks, a lot of film critics are being phased out.
Paramount Pictures has set Harrison Ford and is negotiating with Rachel McAdams to star in "Morning Glory," a comedy that will be directed by Roger Michell.
Roger Ebert will receive the Directors Guild of America's Honorary Life Member Award.
Christopher Nolan has been tapped the recipient of the American Society of Cinematographers' Board of Governors Award.
Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Films has entered into an exclusive output pact with HBO to develop and produce scripted series, minis, docs and movies for the pay cabler.
Times may be tough but auds are still looking to laugh. The CBS Monday comedy block continued its hot streak last week, hitting some season highs and then topping itself to kick off the current week.
The Berlin Film Festival will pay tribute to French composer Maurice Jarre with an homage and a honorary Golden Bear for lifetime achievement.