For the past few years, the studios' niche divisions have dominated the Academy Awards. What would it take to see more studio-centric pics as Oscar contenders?
Right-wing former general-turned-Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon gets mostly sympathetic treatment in docu "Sharon."
For years, the brahmins of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences have viewed the Oscarcast as a sacred tradition.
Every year, the Academy works to improve its voting system. But often it solves one problem by creating another. Three Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences areas in particular -- music…
The U.S.-based Belgian author of bestselling autobiography "Misha: A Memoire of the Holocaust Years" has admitted that she is not Jewish and that her story, recently made into a film, is fiction.
Spanish mini-major Filmax Entertainment has pulled down a e12 million ($18.2 million) credit line from Spain's state-backed ICO finance agency to help bankroll its 2008 production slate and…
Lehren Entertainment is to launch India's first TV channel dedicated to Bollywood news and gossip in April.
"Bananaz" tracks the formation and rising fortunes of Gorillaz, a cartoon character-fronted, hip-hop/alt-pop collective whose overall sound and image are largely the work of polymath musician Damon…
A bitter Israeli reprobate in Manhattan reconnects with the 21-year-old army sniper son he'd rejected from birth in "Restless."
"One Day You'll Understand" is a sincere yet stiff adaptation of Jerome Clement's hot-button autobiographical novel.
With Hollywood gearing up to launch "Thor," and reboot "Conan the Barbarian" and "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" as potential new franchises, the big question is, who do producers cast?