Several big movies could lose awards luster if voters wait to view them on the small screen (i.e. the 3D space drama "Gravity"), but others might actually benefit from a home viewing (i.e. the lesbian love story "Blue Is the Warmest Color").
It's a banner year for dramedies, so THR's awards analyst looks at how movies like "August: Osage County," "Before Midnight," "Blue Jasmine," "Frances Ha," "Inside Llewyn Davis," "Nebraska" and "Philomena" may be categorized.Read more
The veteran distributors predict "Blue Jasmine" could be one of ten best picture noms and "Tim's Vermeer" could be the winning doc but fear that the new voting procedures could hurt foreign films from smaller countries.Read more
May brings Millenium Entertainment's film starring Michael Shannon joins Weinstein/Radius Co.'s Chinese earthquake disaster pic, along with Sony Pictures Classics' "Love Is All You Need" and "Before Midnight and IFC Films' "Frances Ha."Read more
Behind the Screen explores the impact of technology on movies and TV shows, specifically content producers, cinematographers, editors, VFX shops and artists, sound mixers and editors, technical (including R&D) roles and the post-production community. This includes products from companies like Red, Canon, Dolby and Avid to new hires in key below-the-line positions on movies or at below the line post/VFX shops