Backgammon as a metaphor for life's travails takes a central role in Bulgarian director Stephan Komandarev's "The World is Big and Salvation Lurks Around the Corner," one of five pics chosen to…
Felix van Groeningen's "The Misfortunates" will represent Belgium in the race to secure a nomination for the 2010 foreign-language Oscar.
Asian countries have begun to reveal their entries for the Oscar foreign-language category, although China is staying tight-lipped on its entry.
France, Sweden, Finland and South Africa have chosen pics for consideration for an Oscar nomination in the foreign-language category.
Prison thriller "A Prophet" has been selected to represent France in the foreign-language film category at the Academy Awards.
Fernando Trueba's "The Dancer and the Thief," Daniel Sanchez-Arevalo's "Gordos" and Isabel Coixet's "Map of the Sounds of Tokyo" have made the three-pic shortlist for selection as Spain's…
"Involuntary," helmed by Ruben Ostlund, has been tapped as Sweden's contender for the foreign-language Oscar.
Veteran studio exec and producer John Calley has been tapped to receive the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' prestigious Thalberg Award.
John Calley, veteran studio exec and producer, has been tapped to receive the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' prestigious Thalberg Award.
Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Kazakhstan have announced their films for consideration for the foreign-language film Oscar category.
Ryoichi Kimizuka's "Dare mo Mamote Kurenai" (Nobody to Watch Over Me) has been named as Japan's entry for the foreign-language film Oscar, the Motion Picture Producers Association of Japan announced…
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