When Roger Ebert announced last week that he had reluctantly put his TV series "Ebert Presents At The Movies" on hiatus, it may have marked the end of a genre that he helped create more than 35 years…
Critics’ Choice Awards
Our senior film critics opine about blown embargoes, dodgy ethics and how journos and studios want it both ways
"The Artist" continues its winning ways among critics' circles as the Las Vegas Film Critics Society 2011 bestows its highest honor on the silent pic.
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…
Chalk up another win the black-and-white silent pic "The Artist." New York Film Critics Online voted the film best pic of 2011, as well as honoring helmer Michael Hazanavicius with the directing…
Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" received top honors for best picture and director Sunday from the San Francisco Film Critics Circle, which also awarded the Fox Searchlight release with its…
"The Artist" got an early award-season boost from the New York Film Critics Circle, which tapped the Weinstein Co.'s silent, black-and-white homage to cinema history for its top feature kudo and…
The inaugural Critics' Choice Television Awards will air on ReelzChannel with Cat Deeley set as host.
The Broadcast Film Critics Association's named "The Social Network" as best picture at the Critics' Choice Awards.
Film criticism, like all other media, is not immune to the effects of the information age. As the media landscape changes, so has the very definition of "broadcast."
Ordinarily fractious and independent-minded, critics groups this year are marching in lockstep with a number of their major prizes this awards season.