Andy Marx: High Tech Hollywood
Conrad Hall, who is receiving the ASC's Lifetime Achievement Award for 1994, has an Oscar for his cinematography on "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" and Oscar nominations for six other films.
There were twice as many video pirate cases in 1993 than the year before, and criminal seizures of bootlegged videos were up 50% during the same period, according to statistics released by the…
In the early days of cinematography -- when black-and-white movies reigned -- a thorny problem developed that threatened the quality of the budding art form. It was called "static."
Appropriate advice from a man who ushered in a new era of cinematography while lighting history's most widely seen motion picture images: Adapt and survive.
United Intl. Pictures, the foreign distribution arm of Paramount, Universal and MGM/UA, has reacted furiously to Tuesday's call by European audiovisual commissioner Joao de Deus Pinheiro for the…
Croatian viewers have found the film moving, in part because it was lensed in ruined churches and on real battlefields, with gunfire heard from the set. The problem for other filmgoers will be in…
The visual impact of the great cinematic moments in film history remain indelibly imprinted on people's minds. If you've seen the films, you can virtually close your eyes and see the scenes from your…
"Schindler's List," a contender for 12 Oscars, has been nominated for 13 awards by the British Academy of Film & Television Arts, including best picture and an acting nom for Liam Neeson.
This well-paced, cleverly written and quite diabolical thriller is director John Dahl's classy follow-up to last year's generally well-received "Red Rock West." Linda Fiorentino toplines as one of…
"Fear of a Black Hat," one of the most talked-about indie projects that's yet to be released, was picked up for domestic distribution by Samuel Goldwyn Co.