Hollywood's eternal little boy finally drew a man's respect Monday night. Steven Spielberg, after years of disregard by Academy voters, was vindicated with seven Oscars for his Holocaust epic…
As inviting as an open fire hydrant in August, Sergio M. Castilla's "The Girl in the Watermelon" sets a young girl's search for an unknown father against an idealized urban backdrop. Casting New York…
Censorship in South Africa will come under scrutiny at the weeklong Limits of Liberty film festival in Johannesburg, featuring movies that have pushed the limits of good taste and sexual explicitness.
Academy officials breathed something of a sigh of relief Monday as the prelude to Hollywood's biggest annual event went off uneventfully.
Best actor Tom Hanks went to great lengths to praise two gay friends as well as the courageous execs at TriStar Pictures who got behind the "Philadelphia" project.
As the first rain of spring fell on New York, the city's A list crowded into an Academy Awards party at Elaine's, to debate the likely winners and whether or not the Oscars should play New York.
Eleven-year-old Anna Paquin may have been the most choked-up child ever to win an Oscar, but she certainly wasn't the youngest.
Larry Gleason, in his first major move as new distribution chief at MGM/UA, announced the layoffs Monday of 20 employees in the distrib division, closing down operations in at least two cities and…
"Schindler's List" will likely benefit the most from Monday night's Oscar wins. The value of a hefty clutch of Oscars continues to expand as new technologies open new outlets.
Paramount's "Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult" came in blazing, clearing $ 13,216,531 in its opening weekend.
Faster than you can say "change reels," numerous exhibition and distribution executives were quick to express skepticism over Pacific Bell's announcement Monday that it would test a system to deliver…