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  • Oscar Nominee 'Devastated' by Disqualification; Tune Sung by Quadriplegic Singer

    The Academy's board of governors voted to rescind the original song nomination for "Alone Yet Not Alone," music by Bruce Broughton and lyric by Dennis Spiegel. An additional nominee in the category will not be named. The decision was prompted by the...
  • Cannes 2014: Jane Campion named president of festival jury

    Australian filmmaker and former Palme d'Or winner Jane Campion has been named president of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival competition jury. Campion will lead a group that has the task of handing out the Palme and other top prizes to the approximately...
  • A New Distribution Model Gives Turkey's Film Fans Their Fill of Foreign Fare

    By many standards, 2013 was a stellar year for film in Turkey. Box office takings climbed by 15%; viewers came out in droves for Turkish productions, toppling a 30-year-old record; and nine out of the year's 10 biggest films were Turkish (December's...
  • Playing illness or frailty: Does it make award chances stronger?

    For many actors, Academy Award-nominated performances are to die for. Or, rather, if you play a character who dies — or who's dealing with illness or disability — your chances of earning a nomination and even the win go up significantly....
  • Review: 'Love Is in the Air' is too up in the air

    Review: 'Love Is in the Air' is too up in the air
    Like the passenger jet where its central action unfolds, "Love Is in the Air" is a transatlantic affair, a glossy French contraption in the mold of a Hollywood rom-com. A more straightforward title for "Amour et Turbulences," as it's called in France,...
  • French Film Master Alain Resnais Dies

    Alain Resnais, a cinema pioneer and a leading light of the French New Wave, has died aged 91. One of the most critically-aclaimed French helmers of all times, Resnais directed such cult films as the Marguerite Duras-scripted "Hiroshima Mon Amour,"a...
  • Oscars: 'Gravity' Leads With 5 Wins

    "Gravity" is in orbit at the Oscars, winning five trophies so far and dominating the technical categories. So far, the Alfonso Cuaron film has won for film editing for Cuaron and Mark Sanger and for cinematography for d.p. Emmanuel Lubezki. Skip...
  • France Doesn't Really Care About the Oscars

    I will never take the Oscars for granted again. In the United States, the Academy Awards show is second only to NFL games when it comes to must-see TV -- and within the Hollywood circles I frequented, the Oscars were tops -- so finding a social setting...
  • 'The Past,' 'Wadjda' lead foreign-language Oscar submissions

    'The Past,' 'Wadjda' lead foreign-language Oscar submissions
    The academy's deadline for foreign-language film submissions is Tuesday, Oct. 1, and though this is a category that has often stymied common sense and gone against the critical consensus, it's safe to say that Sony Pictures Classics has an excellent...
  • Annie Baker, Rajiv Joseph win drama award from Steinberg Trust

    Annie Baker, Rajiv Joseph win drama award from Steinberg Trust
    Annie Baker and Rajiv Joseph have been named the winners of the 6th Annual Steinberg Playwright Award, an annual theater honor organized by theĀ Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust. The awards, which will be handed out at a ceremony in New York on...
  • Venice Downplays Tsai Ming-liang's "Stray Dogs" Nationality Squabble

    VENICE - A dispute at the Venice Film Festival over the nationality of Tsai Ming-liang's competition entry "Stray Dogs" is being downplayed by fest director Alberto Barbera. While Tsai and his producer Vincent Wang submitted the film as hailing from...