The Brits invaded the Beverly Hilton for the annual BAFTA Britannia Awards, with Warren Beatty, Ben Stiller, Helena Bonham Carter, John Lasseter and David Yates earning honors.
The downbeat mood of business in the U.S. is pervasive, penetrating even Hollywood's cloistered community. The entertainment biz seems to be battling the psychological effects of the worsening…
With the rare exception, Sean Penn doesn't play men of privilege. If the actor was transported back to the '30s and '40s, he'd likely be a contract player at Warner Bros., where talents like Cagney…
The conformist young man from Leicester studying law at Cambridge in the early 1960s somehow wound up being Stephen Frears, an outcome imaginable then to no one and especially not to Stephen Frears.
When BAFTA's Britannia Awards committee got together to choose its artist of the year for 2008, Tilda Swinton's name came up so often, "You couldn't not give it to her," BAFTA/LA chairman Peter…
BAFTA/LA's presentation of its humanitarian award at tonight's Britannia Awards ceremony to Don Cheadle is a case of life imitating art.
For an inner-city space like Helen Keller Park in Los Angeles, just a few years can make a major difference.
Harry Shearer has been tapped as emcee of the 17th annual British Academy of Film and Television/Los Angeles Britannia Awards held Nov. 6 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel.
The British Academy of Film and Television/Los Angeles will honor Don Cheadle, Tilda Swinton and Stephen Frears at its annual awards gala Nov. 6 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts/Los Angeles will honor Sean Penn with this year's Stanley Kubrick Britannia nod for excellence in film.
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