In the nearly 80 years of its existence, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has sought out films that, even if they aren't that good, could at least be considered good for you: adaptations…
Regardless of their Oscar chances ("Road to Guantanamo" is ineligible due to its TV debut in the U.K. prior to its theatrical release), the following topical features have generated debate for…
Oscar season is all about prognostication. But what happens after the fact? How have the Academy's picks stood up over time? Here, four of the nation's premiere film critics take a critical look back…
Sundance Institute has selected a dozen projects for its annual January Screenwriters Lab, running Jan. 12-17 at the Sundance Resort in Utah.
EMI Group, which Thursday pulled out of takeover talks with private equity firm Permira, is paying ¥21 billion ($179 million) to buy Toshiba's 45% share in Toemi, their Japanese joint venture music…
The Eye is adding an ear. CBS will launch a digital record label in January, signing artists with the goal of breaking them via television show placement, iTunes and the Eye web's broadband channel.
Two films by Nicholas Ray screen at the Egyptian, Keshet Chaim dance ensemble performs The Meshuga Nutcracker, Stevie Wonder rocks the Gibson Amphitheater, Spike Lee signs "When the Levees Broke,"…
In the hi-def DVD format war among gamers, Blu-ray has an early lead getting into homes. But since every PlayStation 3 comes standard with Blu-ray player, whether buyers want one or not, there's no…
David Lynch, whose latest film, "Inland Empire," expands today.