Seven years ago, "Chicago" became the first musical in more than three decades to win Oscar's top prize. Now, "Chicago's" director Rob Marshall is back with another Broadway smash-turned-Oscar…
There are certain Oscar perennials, like Clint Eastwood and Ang Lee, whose work is so consistently associated with quality and maturity of vision that even their biggest risks (Eastwood's "Letters…
Voting history proves that the Academy prefers comfort food over the spicy fare.
Children's movies have always had something for adults, but the rule has always been "kids first."
Scott Cooper's decade of experience in front of the camera as an actor came in handy when he sat down in late 2006 to adapt Thomas Cobb's novel "Crazy Heart" into a screenplay.
Tom Ford -- fashion designer-turned-screenwriter-director -- is garnering attention for his adaptation of Christopher Isherwood's "A Single Man."
Thirty-six-year-old journalist-turned-screenwriter Mark Boal didn't always cover the military.
It's funny because I'm considered a first-time screenwriter, but I feel like a veteran," Geoffrey Fletcher laughs.
Over the past two decades the screenplay categories have become something of a consolation prize for acclaimed, yet offbeat, movies that fell outside the traditional definition of best picture.
Some screenplays make an impression by finding drama -- or comedy, for that matter -- in the everyday, or at least something that looks like it.
Argentina's Haddock Films and Spain's Tornasol Films, producers of the country's foreign Oscar hopeful "The Secret in Their Eyes," have partnered again to produce thriller "Criminal."