More and more foreign films are getting lost in translation in the U.S. That's the word from studio specialty division heads as well as pure indie players bringing films Stateside from overseas.
Oscar loves to travel. The major Hollywood studios' best picture winners that used locations as an integral part of their stories is charted.
Political grandstanding by Oscar winners has long been a feature of awards night. But politics plays a role in the Oscar drama long before the acceptance speeches have been penned.
In the last decade, Hollywood has discovered Asian talent, and the region's influence can be seen in everything from action pics to TV commercials to "Shrek."
Ever since the Keystone Film Co. tapped Charlie Chaplin from the London-based Fred Karno vaudeville troupe while it was touring the U.S. in 1913, Blighty has been a popular source of talent for…
Whether it's David Lean's majestic best picture winners "Lawrence of Arabia" and "The Bridge on the River Kwai" or more recent champs like "The English Patient," "Braveheart," "Gladiator" and "The…
The unspoken ideal behind the official submissions to the Oscar's foreign-language film category is that they reflect the world, and it can be safely said that in the 2005 field that ideal is amply…
No one is spared in this incendiary "La Ronde," in which Los Angelenos of various races and classes are driven, as if by magic or destiny, to smash against one another, forcing them to face their…
"Moving," "haunting" and "disturbing" are words often used to describe this potent, spare story. Ossana says maintaining the tone, from the short story to the script to the movie, was the thing she…
Hollingsworth and Goldsman skirt the usual cliches about boxing, instead relying on small moments and telling details to show the sacrifices Braddock makes for his family.