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  • Golden Globe nominee Alfonso Cuaron: I'm 'incapable' of a faster pace

    Golden Globe nominee Alfonso Cuaron: I'm 'incapable' of a faster pace
    Fans of Alfonso Cuaron have been noting, with a mixture of resignation and appreciation, the "Gravity" director’s deliberate work pace -- after all, for reasons both economic and technological, seven years passed between "Children of Men," his...
  • Australian Awards Laud 'American Hustle'

    HONG KONG -- The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts has given pride of place in its international awards category to David O. Russell's "American Hustle." The picture was nominated in seven categories, including best film, ahead of "12 Years...
  • Choosing a Listening Post

    Sound pros are always hunting for noises or techniques that can rip moviegoers from their seats straight into the action of a film. Most soundscapes are after the same end: immersion. Yet there is more than one way to immerse an audience in a film. Some...
  • Visual Effects: F/X Lighting Goes to 11

    One of the challenges in f/x has long been to match the lighting of the special effect, be it a model, a miniature, or a digital element, to the live-action "plates" for the same scene. This year several of the finalists for the visual-effects Oscar...
  • Justin Chang's Top 10 Films of 2013

    If James Franco's "Look at my shee-yit!" scene in "Spring Breakers" was one of 2013′s funniest movie moments, it was also perhaps the most emblematic of a year that, as many others have pointed out, was all but overrun by spectacles of consumerist...
  • Oscar Pals With Women Producers, But Big-Budget Gigs Are Scarce

    Of the three dozen films identified as potential Oscar contenders, 22 of them have at least one female producer. That seems to indicate women producers are gaining more equality with their male counterparts. And the Producers Guild of America says that...
  • Oscar Best Pic Contenders Reflect America's Anxiety

    "Art is not a mirror to reflect the world," said Bertolt Brecht. And angst may be in the eye of the beholder. Still, this season's best picture contenders seem to be serving up equal parts entertainment and very modern anxiety, whether the films are set...
  • Can 'Gravity,' 'All Is Lost' Earn SAG Ensemble Noms?

    While a win for SAG ensemble doesn't always line up with an Oscar win for best picture, it can be seen as a good bellwether. Last year, "Argo" took both awards, but in years past, such ensemble winners as "The Help," "Inglourious Basterds" and "Little...
  • Composers help tell the story and set the scene

    When a movie has little dialogue and even fewer sound effects, what keeps the audience tethered emotionally to the story? And how can a film seamlessly blend the idea of death and a child's wide-eyed wonderment? Through its music, of course. Here are four...
  • Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. announces its first wave of winners

    The Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. has announced its first wave of winners, with more selections to be announced Sunday afternoon. Lupita Nyong'o received supporting actress honors for "12 Years a Slave," in which she played the abused plantation...
  • How early awards might shake up Oscar predictions

    How early awards might shake up Oscar predictions
    It's mid-December, and everybody's a winner, what with critics' prizes and best-ofs and award nominations being announced seemingly around the clock. Has any of this changed the best picture race? And how are the documentary and foreign-language...