On the heels of a few scandals, the BFCA/BTJA honored the year's best film and TV Sunday.
Broadcast Film Critics Association
The governing body of the Critics’ Choice Awards has responded to the backlash associated with their partnership with Entertainment Weekly on a multi-platform content and promotional deal for the…
Members of the Broadcast Television Journalists Assn. have resigned over a deal between the Critics' Choice Awards and Entertainment Weekly.
Org president Joey Berlin addresses bubbling controversy over late addition.
A&E Network has cut a two-year deal with the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association to carry the Critics’ Choice film and TV kudocasts in 2015 and…
Errol Morris goes mano-a-mano with Donald Rumsfeld in this coolly hypnotic conceptual sequel to 'The Fog of War.'
Steven Spielberg's sage decision to show the mechanical shark as little as possible in "Jaws" springs to mind with each successive glimpse of an incredibly fake-looking man-eating catfish in Larry…
Social activist Grace Lee Boggs is the sort of feisty, irresistible camera subject that will lend this lively and intelligent documentary a decent fest profile.
Though Ben Affleck was notably omitted from the Academy Awards' crop of director nominees, the "Argo" helmer has been amply vindicated this kudos season, opting for a gracious and humbled acceptance…
A pair of homages to moviemaking -- "Hugo" and "The Artist" -- lead the nominations in the Broadcast Film Critics Association's 17th annual Critics Choice Awards with 11 nominations each. Winners…
"Hugo" director Martin Scorsese will receive the Critics' Choice Music+Film Award at the 17th annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards, the Broadcast Film Critics Association announced Tuesday. The show…
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