Educated at a boarding school in the Himalayas, Tarsem saw "maybe four movies a month, 90% of them English. But sometimes we would go into town and see Indian movies."
Unlike the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, which used the "Year of the Woman" as it 1993 Oscar theme -- a proclamation widely derided as having more bark than bite -- organizers for…
Anthony Minghella has been named ShoWest 2000 director of the year, picking up some buzz heading into Sunday's Golden Globe Awards.
Schizophrenia isn't pretty in people, but it seems to be working just fine for the Sundance Theatre Program.
When he arrived in Russia six years ago, director Tony Pemberton didn't expect he'd end up making a film there. Nor, he candidly admits, did he expect that the resulting "Beyond the Ocean" would be…
Many writers dream of directing their own scripts, but when producer Mickey Liddell asked Greg Berlanti to helm "Broken Hearts Club" (working title), Berlanti said no. Twice.
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation announced the nominees for its 11th annual GLAAD Media Awards, which will take place in four ceremonies: in New York City April 2, in Los Angeles April…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will present 12 awards for scientific and technical achievement at ceremonies March 4 at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel.
What Gina Prince-Bythewood always wanted to do was direct. At UCLA Film School, she received the Gene Reynolds Scholarship award for directing her thesis film "Stitches." But when she left UCLA, she…
While feature-length documentaries have been considered by many to form the backbone of quality programming at Sundance, the fest's burgeoning short films program might be considered its ace in the…
Impressive foreign preems by "Angela's Ashes," "Three Kings" and "American Beauty" coupled with wow bows by the "The World Is Not Enough" in Italy and Turkey and "The Sixth Sense" in Spain and…