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  • Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah': Can't auteurs and studios just get along?

    Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah': Can't auteurs and studios just get along?
    Making a big studio movie when you're the strong-willed independent sort can run you into a lot of sand traps. Filmmakers in that position think studio execs are a bunch of philistines and marketing-minded meddlers, while the execs thinks a director is...
  • Ghent's World Soundtrack Awards' noms include Danna, Desplat, Marianelli and Newman

    In what amounts to a second chance to get some awards love after being locked out of the Academy's score nominees for "The Master" this past year, composer Jonny Greenwood is among the five who will vie for best original film score of the year at the 13th...
  • Artios Awards: Casting Society Reveals 2013 Nominees

    "Argo" isn't done being nominated for awards yet. The Oscar winner for best picture was one of the film, television and theater projects to receive nominations Monday from the Casting Society of America for the 29th annual Artios Awards, set to take...
  • Indie Directors Jay and Mark Duplass Find Peace in New Age of Filming

    Jay and Mark Duplass are unusually upbeat for a pair of indie directors working today. The sibling helmers, who specialize in such DIY comedies as "Cyrus" and "Jeff Who Lives at Home," are constantly fielding requests from film festivals to speak on doom-...
  • Joan Didion to be awarded PEN Center USA prize by Harrison Ford

    Joan Didion to be awarded PEN Center USA prize by Harrison Ford
    What do Harrison Ford and Joan Didion have in common? They’ll both be at the PEN Center USA awards dinner in October, where he will present her with the lifetime achievement award. Their connection is personal rather than literary: The actor and...
  • Hollywood Post Alliance Awards Nominees Announced

    "Iron Man 3," "Star Trek Into Darkness," "Pacific Rim" and "Game of Thrones" led the pack with three noms each as the Hollywood Post Alliance announced its 2013 nominees. Marvel's Shane Black pic nabbed three nominations and Guillermo del Toro's monster-...
  • Aamir Khan, Kathryn Bigelow Honored in D.C.

    America Abroad Media bestowed Bollywood multihyphenate Aamir Khan, helmer Kathryn Bigelow and the Intl. Center for Nonviolent Conflict with its inaugural awards Oct. 28 in Washington, D.C. "America Abroad," a radio program distributed by Public Radio...
  • 'Lone Survivor' Bursts Into Awards Race

    And the hits just keep on comin'.... The already crowded best-pic race got another contender as Universal screened "Lone Survivor" to the industry Wednesday night at the TV Academy in North Hollywood. The work of writer-director Peter Berg, the actors...
  • Scandi Stars Join Mikkel Norgaard's 'The Absent One'

    Danish thesp Pilou Asbaek ("A Hijacking") and Swedish actor David Dencik ("Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy") have joined the cast of Mikkel Norgaard's dark-edged crimer "The Absent One," the sequel to cold-case thriller "The Keeper of Lost Causes." "Absent"...
  • Awards Race: Politics Re-Enters Campaigns for Oscar Films

    It's started already. Every few years, awards strategists offer some innovations to the campaign formula. In the late 1980s, it was screeners. Then it was Q&A's and "in honor of" receptions. Last year, politics became a campaign tool, and that appears to...
  • TIFF 2013: Assange pic 'Fifth Estate' a crystal ball into fall

    TORONTO -- It's fitting that the Toronto International Film Festival opened its 2013 edition Thursday night with the Wikileaks drama "The Fifth Estate." That's true because the Bill Condon movie about Julian Assange is an elaborate Hollywood...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'Canopy'

    To the suddenly white-hot adventure subgenre of one or two souls alone against nature, a movement pioneered by J.C. Chandor's "All Is Lost" and Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity," add the more modestly scaled but no less absorbing wartime survival adventure...