Ray Dolby, the engineer who founded Dolby Laboratories and whose innovations ushered in the modern era of sound for filmed entertainment, died Thursday in San Francisco. He was 80. He had been…
With its cutesy title, John Carney's "Can a Song Save Your Life?" distracts from the real question looming large over the "Once" director's latest: Can Keira Knightley sing?
Alfonso Cuaron's white-knuckle space odyssey restores a sense of wonder, terror and possibility to the bigscreen that should inspire awe among critics and audiences worldwide.
Donald O. Mitchell will receive the fellowship and service award from the Motion Picture Editors Guild on Oct. 5.
This tiresomely vulgar outing should run out of B.O. gas once word gets out.
Richard Branca, Sony Pictures’ executive VP, post-production services, will leave the studio this month after more than 20 years on the lot. Branca oversees a range of services, including sound…
Finding the most entertaining angle on one of the world's dullest sports, "The Short Game" has built-in word-of-mouth that should help it break out of the docu sandtrap and roll down the fairway. The…
"Les Miserables" and "Brave" took top movie honors for sound mixing as the Cinema Audio Society presented its 49th annual awards Saturday night.
"Sound City" is Foo Fighter and die-hard fanboy Dave Grohl's infectiously enthusiastic love letter to the San Fernando Valley studio where his first band, Nirvana, recorded "Nevermind," and where a…