Film critic Leonard Maltin has been tapped for the Caucus of Television Producers, Writers and Directors' journalism award.
If the indie movie "Once" can trace its phenomenon status to one moment, it's when the guitar-playing Hansard sits down alongside pianist Marketa Irglova to tease out "Falling Slowly."
Both sides in the writers strike proclaim they're eager to get back to the negotiating table -- until you read the fine print.
Born in South Africa from Lithuanian-Jewish lineage, Londoner Harwood has become one of the go-to scribes for literary adaptations.
Khan toiled for more than a decade as a soap and TV actor in his native India until a starring turn in 2001's international drama "The Warrior" secured him Bollywood fame and, ultimately, his passage…
As Steven Spielberg's cinematographer of choice, Polish d.p. Kaminski hadn't worked for another director in more than a decade when he took on Julian Schnabel's "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly,"…
Knightley, who made her acting debut in the U.K. television movie "A Village Affair" at age 9, continues displaying her talent to adapt convincingly to each role, whether in a low-budget film as a…
Few young actresses command the respect of 32-year-old Toronto-born Polley, whose feature writing- directing debut "Away From Her" establishes her as a legitimate triple threat.
Born in the 300-person French village of Grandru, production designer Raoux started out under a variety of established French directors.
With the late Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis having become something of an icon for people who wear black to baby showers, British newcomer Riley ran the risk of turning him into a fashionable dead…