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Oscars: Auteur-Driven Films Dominate Foreign-Language Film Nominees

For years, the finalists were mostly cookie-cutter historical dramas following people in strife or fighting oppression — but the 2019 crop reflects a new class of movies.

From ‘Roma’ to ‘Vice’: How Oscar-Nominated Directors Got Personal With Their Films

From Alfonso Cuaron’s intimate drama based on his Mexico City childhood to Adam? McKay’s satirical yet deeply felt political biopic, films by the nominated helmers drew on their unique experiences and worldviews.

ASC Awards: ‘Cold War’ Tops the Cinematographers Feature Competition

Lukasz Zal's moody black-and-white rendering of Pawel Pawlikowski's 'Cold War' won the feature competition at the 33rd American Society of Cinematographers Outstanding Achievement Awards on Saturday at the Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland.

‘Cold War,’ ‘Roma’ Cinematographers on the Appeal of Filming in Black and White

In an unusual year, two B&W films are among the finalists the category, as two nominated DPs weigh in on what they gained by giving up color.

4 Oscar-Nominated Directors Reveal Their Biggest Inspirations

From the Arctic Monkeys to Rossellini, the masters who influenced this year's lauded helmers.

Pawel Pawlikowski’s ‘Cold War’ Leads Nominations for Poland’s Film Awards

Pawel Pawlikowski's Oscar-nominated drama, 'Cold War,' tops the list of nominations for Poland's national film awards with 12, including best film, best director and best script.

Oscars: What You Need to Know About the Crafts Nominees

There were some significant milestones, as well as double nominations and other notable mentions, in the crafts categories when the Oscar nominations were announced on Tuesday.

“I Shoot for the Premiere, I Shoot for the Release”: The Cinematographer Roundtable

Cinematographers Linus Sandgren, James Laxton, Rachel Morrison, Matthew Libatique, Chayse Irvin and Lukasz Zal discuss creating those iconic scenes and capturing concerts in films such as 'A Star Is Born' and 'Black Panther.'

Nicole Kidman on How Awards-Season Conversations Lead to Collaborations

The 8th annual AACTA International Awards officially kicked off awards season 2019 with a ceremony at the Mondrian Hotel’s Skybar on Friday night, where Nicole Kidman, Rami Malek and Alfonso Cuaron scored some of the year’s first wins.

Dark Fantasy ‘Border’ Leads Sweden’s Guldbagge Nominations

Ali Abbasi's drama 'Border' received nine Guldbagge nominations, Sweden's top film honor, including for best picture and best director, while Spike Lee's 'BlacKkKlansman' is among the best foreign film nominees.

‘Cold War’ Wins Big at 2018 European Film Awards

Pawel Pawlikowski’s black-and-white Polish drama 'Cold War' took home five trophies, including for best film and best actress honors for Joanna Kulig, on Saturday at the 2018 European Film Awards, while Marcello Fonte was named best actor for his role in Matteo Garrone’s Italian drama 'Dogman.'

Commercial Success Eludes European Film Awards Nominees

The European Film Awards, which will be handed out in in Seville, Spain, are billed as the ultimate celebration of European cinema, but critical praise has not translated into box office success for this year's nominees.