Oscar-nominated "Creed" star Sylvester Stallone received the Santa Barbara Film Festival's Montecito Award Tuesday night.
The Oscars' current problems are a lot like baseball's, back in the day. The game is too white, too macho and a little too overloaded with grizzled veterans for many fans' comfort. But encouraging…
Scripts adapted from books hook voters as adapted screenplay Oscar nominees do justice to source material.
Fantasy battles reality, but all share originality in Oscar race for original screenplay.
Two years ago, the Grammys retooled its music video and film field to include a music film category. And on Feb. 15, that Grammy will go to one of five films — two of which also happen to be Academy…
Lionel Richie has reserved a single song for his set at the Recording Academy's MusiCares Person of the Year gala: "All Night Long." Otherwise, acts such as Pharrell Williams, Luke Bryan, Stevie…
The Grammys are never going to get it right. How could they? The vagaries of taste are too nebulous, the sheer amount of music being released is far too vast. One thing that the Grammys can be…
Compared to the mercurial Michael Greene, whom he replaced as president of the Recording Academy in 2002, Neil Portnow is a portrait of calm and stability. He's overseen dramatic growth in the…
Liz Garbus and Deniz Gamze Erguven on Oscars Diversity and Being the Only Nominated Female Directors
The filmmakers behind "What Happened, Miss Simone?" and "Mustang" say diversity is about more than what's in the envelope.
How does a production designer express a character's state of mind through the look of a scene? Oscar nominee Eve Stewart of "The Danish Girl" reveals how she evoked the emotions of a transgender…
From cramped spaces to wide spaces, directors tackle weighty issues in race.