Programs devoted to nominees in the animation, shorts, documentary, foreign-language and makeup categories will be joined by a new event showcasing nominated music
The Oscar-winning producer of "Rain Man" recently collaborated with Steven Rales' company on David Chase's "Not Fade Away"
Change is imminent, says Mark Johnson, head of the Academy’s foreign-language committee
Hong Kong submitted the truncated U.S. version, not the longer (and, critics say, better) version originally released in Asia
One of only six producers to win Best Picture and a top series Emmy, Mark Johnson tells TheWrap that he's gunning for the Nobel next
Architect of the three-stage nomination process returns to chairmanship after a year off; "Two Lives," "Child's Pose," "Boy Eating the Bird's Food" among first submissions
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
"Won't Back Down" director Daniel Barnz said his film on education reform was released amid the massive teacher strike in Chicago
Producer Ron Yerxa and former AMPAS executive Bruce Davis are new co-chairs of a committee overseen for 12 sometimes controversial years by Mark Johnson
On a day when Brian Grazer, Michael DeLuca, Mark Johnson, Cean Chaffin and others discussed passion projects, "Battleship" director Peter Berg says his "underperforming" film...
Unconventional Greek film "Dogtooth" remains a flash point for voters who feel disenfranchised by blue-ribbon committees
We have the full list of the Academy committee responsible for a decisive break from years of timid foreign-language selections
No other category has taken such drastic steps to correct its deficiencies -- but the complaints continue
"The Sopranos" creator will reunite with Steven Van Zandt on Paramount's coming-of-age drama
Mark Johnson will produce the project, which original director Juan Jose Campanella will exec produce with John Ufland
At the PGA's Produced By Conference, money woes and creative conflicts take center stage