| Dec 20, 2007
"Into the Wild," Sean Penn's harrowing drama about Christopher McCandless, a young man who traveled the country after graduating from college only to perish in Alaska, dominated the 14th annual Screen Actors Guild Award nominations announced this morning....
| Dec 20, 2007
Although the Golden Globes largely ignored "Into the Wild," Hollywood's actors definitely took notice.
The Sean Penn-directed drama is the leading nominee for the 14th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, capturing nods for star Emile Hirsch, supporting...
| Jan 2, 2008
FROM a distance, Tilda Swinton is a refugee from "The Matrix" or the third member of the Eurythmics in her black trench coat and stylish red bob swept behind her ears. She is tall, slender and commanding as she gracefully strides into L'Ermitage...
| Jan 1, 2008
WHEN was the last time you heard anyone get excited about a new film critic? That was my reaction when "Michael Clayton" director Tony Gilroy began raving to me about the review he'd seen on YouTube. "It was terrific," he said. "I sent it to George...
| Jan 8, 2008
Joel and Ethan Coen made history Tuesday becoming the first sibling directing team to be nominated for a Directors Guild of America award for outstanding directorial achievement in a feature film.
The iconclastic brothers were nominated for their dark...
| Jan 9, 2008
Five of the six nominees for the Directors Guild of America's 2007 honors are earning their first recognition from the DGA.
The only exception to this year's neophyte nomination list is a bit of a technicality. "No Country For Old Men" co-helmer Ethan...
| Jan 10, 2008
Five out of the six Directors Guild of America feature film nominees -- Joel and Ethan Coen, Paul Thomas Anderson, Sean Penn and Tony Gilroy -- were also nominated Thursday for Writers Guild of America awards for their screenplays.
The Coen brothers were...
| Jan 11, 2008
Roderick Jaynes, the pseudonym used by Joel and Ethan Coen when they edit films, was nominated for a 58th Annual American Cinema Editors' Eddie Award today for "No Country for Old Men."
Jaynes, who is described in his biography as a veteran of British...
| Jan 11, 2008
The Art Directors Guild announced its nominations today for the 12th Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards in eight categories for motion pictures, TV and commercials.
Nominees in the period film category are Arthur Max for "American Gangster,"...
| Jan 13, 2008
2008-01-13 17:07:06.0 Choire Sicha: Looks like we're slowly easing into this thing--we should have our act together in mere moments. Anyway! For those not near a T.V., there wasn't much to miss--although I had no idea that William Shatner was 76? And that...
| Jan 14, 2008
"The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," "Juno," "Michael Clayton," "No Country for Old Men" and "There Will Be Blood" were nominated today for the Producers Guild of America's top honors.
Notably missing from the list were "Atonement," which won the...