Oscar winner Eva Marie Saint shares her 1954 Oscar winning experience with this year's nominee Naomi Watts.
THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg moderates a Q&A with Academy Awards nominee Naomi Watts at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.
THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg reveals that three out of four acting categories might be given to foreign born nominees.
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Ari Folman's "The Congress" and Juan Antonio Bayona's "The Impossible" are among the titles up for Europe's top film honor. READ MORE
Spanish box office hit "The Impossible," period drama "Anna Karenina" with Kiera Knightly and Jude Law and Pedro Almodovar’s "I’m So Excited" are also among the nominees for the category. READ MORE
New figures show Spanish films gaining ground in the international market, while losing box office earnings at home. READ MORE
Huayi Brothers' co-founder and president also talks about adding novice filmmakers to its roster of long-term collaborators. READ MORE
The film and TV producer saw revenue rise sharply after becoming the biggest indie movie distributor in Canada and the U.K. READ MORE
"Skyfall" helps European films to a market share of more than 30 percent. READ MORE
Oscar winner Eva Marie Saint shares her 1954 Oscar winning experience with this year's nominee Naomi Watts. READ MORE
Academy Awards contenders, current and past, meet, mingle. READ MORE
THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg urges people to take a second look at the best director, actress, foreign language and documentary feature Oscar categories. READ MORE
The actress, being celebrated for her work in "The Impossible," laughingly recalled that after "King Kong" she vowed to "never do something that physical again." READ MORE
Other stark statements: Naomi Watts and Kerry Washington wore white, Anne Hathaway was all black, and a touch of blue was seen on Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Lawrence. READ MORE
THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg moderates a Q&A with Academy Awards nominee Naomi Watts at the Palm Springs International Film Festival. READ MORE
SAG nominee Naomi Watts created one of her most honored roles as a mother and tsunami survivor in the emotional epic. READ MORE
The nominee created one of her most honored roles as a tsunami survivor -- and reveals how a tech snafu left her without air: "I was furious, just wild and angry." READ MORE
THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg reveals that three out of four acting categories might be given to foreign born nominees. READ MORE
Studios and indie distributors weigh investigating one guild member who's under suspicion. READ MORE
The Oscar nominee and "Two Mothers" star mingled at Park City's Village at the Lift on Friday. READ MORE
With temperatures dropping, it's no wonder that some actresses opted for warmth over bare skin at the annual awards show. READ MORE
What Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Adams, Helen Hunt, and Anne Hathaway wore to the Critics Choice Awards on Jan. 10 could suggest what future fashion choices will be made this awards season. READ MORE
Which Golden Globes nominee's new look do you love: The "Les Miserable" star's edgy Tom Ford or "The Impossible" star's simple blue Roland Mouret? READ MORE
A vacationing couple and their three sons become caught up in Thailand's 2004 tsunami.
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