Academy to Give More Oscars for Animated Feature 4 days ago
The Academy has relaxed the rules for winning an Oscar for Best Animated Feature, allowing more individuals to take home statuettes.
By Steve Pond
At a Wrap screening of South Africa's best foreign film entry, the "Little One" filmmakers credited their government for submitting a warts-and-all child endangerment drama for Hollywood's approval
With big studios dominating the Oscar race, Film Independent Spirit Awards nominations go for smaller films, with "Moonrise Kingdom" and "Silver Linings Playbook" landing five noms each
Two of the year's most hotly-awaited films, Tom Hooper's "Les Miserables" and Kathryn Bigelow's "Zero Dark Thirty," have the potential to upset an already unsettled Oscar race
"I didn't want to be conservative," says director Tom Hooper of his extravagant musical "Les Miserables," showcased at guild screenings over the holiday weekend
At TheWrap's screening series, Omar Sy, the first black actor to win France's Cesar Award, let the audience in on his journey from TV comic to Oscar contender
TheWrap Screening Series: Actors and director in "Middle of Nowhere" say the characters of this film felt relatable to them -- not black caricatures
TheWrap staff offers up deserving films and folks who might get lost in the crush of a crazy awards season.
Jack Black revealed his aspirations for a "Bernie" musical on Broadway at a Wrap screening
The sale of a possibly fake Oscar for "Deer Hunter" sparks a lawsuit
"Hoop Dreams" director Steve James' movie about sports-related brain injuries competes for an Oscar as the National Football League comes under increasing fire on the issue
Moving the Oscar nominations forward five days may give voters more time to see the nominated films, but on the other hand...
Tenements and a rigid class system replace beautiful scenery in Switzerland's Oscar entry, Ursula Meier's "Sister"
As Joe Wright's boldly theatrical version of "Anna Karenina" hits theaters, Keira Knightley describes how she terrified the boys and confounded expectations
Belgian actor Matthias Schoenaerts on brawling with monsters and loving Marion Cotillard in "Rust and Bone"
The director of Belgium's Oscar entry analyzes the real-life story of a severly depressed woman dubbed a "monster" after she murdered her own children
'La Source' started as a documentary about one man's fight to bring clean water to his village -- now his work is spreading
Tony-winning choreographer Rob Ashford recently worked on a pair of Broadway revivals with Oscars executive producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron
New AMPAS foreign-language committee co-chairs Bruce Davis and Ron Yerxa say they support the three-step process that went up under Mark Johnson
Kim Ki-duk, director of South Korea's Best Foreign Picture entry "Pieta," said he doesn't work with producers, investors or anyone else who would try to shape his vision
Michael Haneke's "Amour" tops the European Film Awards field with six nominations; "The Hunt," "Shame" receive five, "Intouchables" three
Disney's "Frankenweenie," 'Wreck-It Ralph" and "Brave" are all possible nominees
Organizers of the AFI Fest 2012 are expecting more than 85,000 to come to Hollywood for free screenings -- but giving out tickets isn't always easy
The Nicholl Fellowship went to writers from Louisiana and South Africa for the first time -- and only one Californian was chosen
Audiences shouldn't worry about the factual errors and omissions in "Argo," says former CIA officer and Iranian hostage William Daugherty
Danette Herman, a key member of the Oscars production team for more than three decades, returns as coordinating producer after being moved into a consultant role
Broadcast Film Critics Association signs new TV deal with the CW, guarantees a long awards day by scheduling Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Jan. 10
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation