Despite being shut out of the foreign-lingo Oscar category, "Talk to Her" shouldn't be counted out of the upcoming kudos races.
The Slamdance 2003 Film Festival has invited 15 features to compete at its ninth annual event from a record 2,800 submissions. Slamdance runs Jan. 18-25 in Park City, Utah.
Last year's "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" proved Oscar gold was no fantasy for director Peter Jackson and his colleagues.
One of the great film success stories of 2002, the sexy, sad and politically charged Mexican road pic "Y tu mama tambien" (And Your Mother Too) can't compete in the foreign-lingo race.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences often smiles on well-liked thesps who do good work behind the camera. Usually, best pic wins come for B.O.-busting blood-sweat-and-tears epics (Mel…
It certainly wasn't the first time Steven Spielberg took the science fiction route, but this time he had the world's most bankable star at his disposal: Tom Cruise.
In only its second year of existence, the category of animated feature is offering up one of the hottest Oscar races, with consideration ads in toon buff magazines and heavy PR activity already…
"8 Mile" is the cultural intersection where Hollywood studio filmmaking meets hip-hop's inner-city origins, and where Eminem has entered the movie star fast lane.
When "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" opened April 19, expectations were as modest as the production itself.
After homering with "The Rookie," Disney and producers Gordon Gray and Mark Ciardi are tackling the gridiron with "Fourteen Feet."
Mel Gibson, who toplined the 1979 cult hit "Mad Max," is returning to the franchise once again, this time at Twentieth Century Fox. Insiders say plans call for the $104 million megapic to begin…