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The Impossible (2012)

No Obvious Front Runners in European Film Award Contenders

Ari Folman's "The Congress" and Juan Antonio Bayona's "The Impossible" are among the titles up for Europe's top film honor.

European Film Awards: Oscar Winner ‘Searching for Sugar Man’ Among People’s Choice Contenders

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.

‘The Impossible’ Lands Spanish Award for Top Grossing Film Abroad

New figures show Spanish films gaining ground in the international market, while losing box office earnings at home.

Chinese Studio Head Wang Zhonglei Discusses Censorship, Selling Company Stock and Brad Pitt’s ‘Fury’ (Q&A)

Huayi Brothers' co-founder and president also talks about adding novice filmmakers to its roster of long-term collaborators.

Entertainment One Swings to Loss on Alliance Deal Costs

The film and TV producer saw revenue rise sharply after becoming the biggest indie movie distributor in Canada and the U.K.

Europe Hits Record $8.5 Billion Box Office in 2012

"Skyfall" helps European films to a market share of more than 30 percent.

A Few Minutes With Feinberg: Oscar’s Dark Horses (Video)

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.

Naomi Watts Reflects on an Odds-Defying Career (Exclusive Video)

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."

SAG Awards Fashion: Claire Danes, January Jones, Julianne Moore Vie for Best Black-and-White Gowns (Poll)

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.

SAG Awards: Naomi Watts Braved Snakes and High Water for ‘The Impossible’

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."

Oscars 2013: Who’s Putting Academy Screeners Online?

Studios and indie distributors weigh investigating one guild member who's under suspicion.

Sundance 2013: Naomi Watts Celebrated at THR’s Festival Bash

The Oscar nominee and "Two Mothers" star mingled at Park City's Village at the Lift on Friday.