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‘Birdman’ Exec Producer Sues Embattled Worldview for $70 Million

Sarah Johnson claims the film finance company mismanaged over $20 million she invested.

‘Under the Skin’ Among Cinematographers Spotlight Award Nominees

'Concrete Night' and 'The Immigrant' round out the contenders for the year-old honor.

Toronto Film Critics Name ‘Boyhood’ Best Picture

The film's TFCA accolades also include best director for Richard Linklater and best supporting actress for Patricia Arquette

AFI Fest: Kristen Stewart, Jake Gyllenhaal and 6 Other Oscar Hopefuls on Making Indies

Thesps Marion Cotillard, Bill Hader, Michelle Monaghan and Tilda Swinton and filmmakers J.C. Chandor and Damien Chazelle also joined THR's Scott Feinberg for a wide-ranging panel discussion about the…

The Year’s First Oscar Hopefuls Stake a Claim (Analysis)

THR's awards analyst recaps the standouts from Sundance, Cannes and everything in between and ponders which movies might have the staying power to contend for nominations more than six months from…

Nicolas Winding Refn and James Gray Join Marrakech Film Festival Program

The directors will hold masterclasses during the 13th annual event, where Martin Scorsese will be presiding over the jury.

Oscars: Why Are Contenders Dropping Like Flies This Awards Season? (Analysis)

"The Monuments Men" is following "Foxcatcher," "Grace of Monaco" and "The Immigrant" into 2014 -- and out of one of the most competitive races in years.

Oscars: Who Gains From ‘Foxcatcher,’ ‘Grace of Monaco’ and ‘Immigrants’ Bumps? (Analysis)

Three major contenders dropped off the 2013 calendar, and Martin Scorsese's "Wolf of Wall Street" potentially could join them.

Zurich: Harvey Weinstein to Give Festival Master Class

Director Michael Haneke and Working Title's Tim Bevan also will take part in the program.

The Immigrant: Cannes Review

James Gray's in competition period film follows the travails of a young Polish woman played Marion Cotillard as she tries to get a foothold in the New World.

Cannes: James Gray on ‘The Immigrant,’ Marion Cotillard and Returning to the Fest (Q&A)

Cannes keeps inviting him back, but the director admits a fondness for Venice, confesses he didn't know Marion Cotillard's films and advises travelers to never check their luggage.