The creative visionaries in this year's race for best director were tasked with bringing to life some of the most interesting and inscrutable protagonists to land on the big screen.
PARIS – Co-productions with the world's fastest growing film market, China, was the subject of this year's 15th Dream Industry (Feb. 4-6), integrated within the Paris Images Trade Show. The event…
The nominated actors talk about the roles that garnered them Oscar attention.
European Film Promotion's 2015 class of bright young acting talent, selected by a jury, will be feted by the German film festival.
There may not be an obvious connection between Damien Chazelle's horror script "The Last Exorcism Part 2" and "Whiplash," but the adapted screenplay nominee drew heavily on his training as a…
Richard Linklater's calls his script for "Boyhood" "a contemplation of time." It patiently plays with time so one childhood unfurls like flower petals in a time-lapse movie. For Linklater, the…
The classic movie protagonist is getting off his horse and onto the couch. Today's scribes — including those on 2015's WGA Beyond Words panel — are applying psychological scrutiny to the lone-wolf…
Their films are brief, but the stories they tell are mighty. Here, the quartet of filmmakers whose live shorts received Oscar nominations share the turning-point scenes that helped deliver their…
2014's Academy-nominated scribes were thrown daunting curves by their source material. Yet all would likely second "The Theory of Everything" writer Anthony McCarten when he says, "The challenges…
"I've always prided myself in being on the front lines of music to show that there is no color line," says Clive Davis, the legendary music mogul and this year's recipient of the NAACP Vanguard…