The Race
LA Film Critics Association Awards: Big Night for 'Moonlight,' Other Indie Darlings
LA Film Critics Association Awards: Big Night for 'Moonlight,' Other Indie Darlings
Supporting acting winners Mahershala Ali and Lily Gladstone gave emotional acceptance speeches, director winner Barry Jenkins spoke about the importance of "representation" and career achivement honoree Shirley MacLaine brought down the house with her remarks.
Publicist to Academy: Don't Ban Us From Oscar Nominations Announcement (Guest Column)
Publicist to Academy: Don't Ban Us From Oscar Nominations Announcement (Guest Column)
A longtime awards consultant expresses her disappointment in the Academy, which no longer will unveil its nominations before a live audience at its Beverly Hills headquarters: "Nomination morning means more to me than the actual Oscars ceremony."
Palm Springs Fest: Foreign-Language Directors on Their Movies' Origins, Obstacles and Oscar Hopes
Palm Springs Fest: Foreign-Language Directors on Their Movies' Origins, Obstacles and Oscar Hopes
The directors of the Oscar-shortlisted entries from Canada, Iran, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland sat down at the fest with THR's awards columnist.
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Viggo Mortensen ('Captain Fantastic')
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Viggo Mortensen ('Captain Fantastic')
The Oscar-nominated veteran reflects on his early years of struggle as an actor, the tumultuous 'Lord of the Rings' production ("I don't think anybody knew it was gonna be the huge success it became"), turning down an invitation to join the Academy ("I've changed my mind since then") and the odds-defying success of the film for which he's received best actor Golden Globe, SAG, BAFTA and Spirit noms.
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Burt Bacharach ('Po')
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Burt Bacharach ('Po')
The legendary songwriter/composer behind 48 Top 10 hits, including nine that topped the charts, opens up about the inspirations for his most beloved music, what caused his breakup with longtime collaborator Hal David and how his late daughter, who was afflicted with Asperger Syndrome, inspired him to write his first film score and song in years.
TCM Film Fest: Peter Bogdanovich Will Be Among Special Guests (Exclusive)
TCM Film Fest: Peter Bogdanovich Will Be Among Special Guests (Exclusive)
The fest also will showcase several world premiere restoration screenings, anniversary screenings and live music events.
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — J. Ralph ('Jim: The James Foley Story')
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — J. Ralph ('Jim: The James Foley Story')
The 41-year-old former prodigy is the only person who ever has been Oscar-nominated for multiple songs featured in documentaries.
Feinberg Forecast: Checking In Amid Oscar Nominations Voting
Feinberg Forecast: Checking In Amid Oscar Nominations Voting
The AFI honored its top 10 films, the Golden Globes were handed out and the WGA, BAFTA and the PGA all released their nominations, so THR's awards columnist has adjusted his charts accordingly.
BAFTA Nominations: Do Snubs of Denzel Washington, Barry Jenkins Merit #BAFTAsSoWhite Scrutiny?
BAFTA Nominations: Do Snubs of Denzel Washington, Barry Jenkins Merit #BAFTAsSoWhite Scrutiny?
THR's awards columnist notes that it was a big day for 'La La Land,' but the noms were marred by the egregious omissions of the 'Moonlight' director and the 'Fences' leading man.
Golden Globes: The Night 'La La Land' Soared — and Prevented Others from Doing the Same (Analysis)
Golden Globes: The Night 'La La Land' Soared — and Prevented Others from Doing the Same (Analysis)
THR's awards analyst breaks down the meaning of the original musical's record-setting seven wins, as well as the significance, or lack thereof, of other results, ranging from 'Moonlight' winning best picture (drama) to Aaron Taylor-Johnson winning best supporting actor.
Golden Globes: 10 Things the TV Cameras Missed
Golden Globes: 10 Things the TV Cameras Missed
Sting gets impatient, a bomb-sniffing dog gets his 15 minutes and the audience reacts to Meryl Streep's passionate anti-Trump speech.
Oscars: With Voting Underway, Academy Members Say So Many Films, Too Little Time to See Them All
Oscars: With Voting Underway, Academy Members Say So Many Films, Too Little Time to See Them All
"There are just way too many movies this cycle that opened at the very end of the year," says Sony Classics co-chief Michael Barker, while The Weinstein Co. co-chief Harvey Weinstein calls for an extension of the end of voting from Friday through the end of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day long weekend.