"There was tragedy and comedy going on at the same time. It was the double thing that I really liked and thought was very, very...
"I thought, if I could make a film about corruption, it would be an interesting place to start with personal corruption"
The politically-charged filmmaker spoke out during an appearance at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
“Argo” has become the fourth film in history to win the Academy Award for Best Picture without a Best Director nomination
Daniel Day-Lewis is the first to win three Oscars for Best Actor
Ten years ago, the Oscars would have had a glittering diamond anniversary -- but three days before the telecast, the United States invaded...
As the Oscar voting draws to a close, there has been a frenzy of advertising around an Oscar race that is supposed to be a...
At 22, "Silver Linings Playbook" makes Jennifer Lawrence the youngest actress ever to get two leading-actor Oscar nominations
18-time Oscar nominee Andy Nelson is no stranger to sound mixing movie musicals
Barbra Streisand returns to the Oscars this year for her first performance in 36 years.
The pundits may tell you that only a couple of films still have a shot at Best Picture, but the nice thing about the Oscar...
Nikolaj Arcel and Espen Sandberg had never met before awards nominations brought them together -- and now look!
"It's not just the characters, it’s the actors who are projecting their own selves on the screen -- that makes it real and raw"
Director Rich Moore Moore tells TheWrap what the basic animation rules are -- and how he refused to play by them for 'Wreck-It Ralph"
Now that "Argo" has captured wins from the Producers Guild and the Screen Actors Guild, is the Oscar race over?
Steve Pond and Sharon Waxman take a look at the slew of women directors whose movies are opening at Sundance and assess this weekend's awards...
They say in the foreign-language category, Academy members vote with their hearts; in the doc category, they vote with their heads. But is that always...
Sharon Waxman grills me on the state of the Oscar race, the day after the Golden Globes
With the Academy Award nominations just days away, Awards Editor Steve Pond and Editor-in-Chief Sharon Waxman analyze the state of the Oscar race
The miniseries/movie category loses its reigning champ but gains a show that looks like a drama series. What's happening with Emmy categories?
Wrap editor Sharon Waxman and columnist Steve Pond discuss the buzz at the august film festival
The five-time nominee re-teamed with Martin Scorsese for this project, which brought to life the sounds of a Parisian train station.
Director Mike Mills tells a Wrap-sponsored screening how he got Plummer and Ewan McGregor ready for their roles as a father who comes out at...
Plus: "Tree's" cinematographer gives the secret to succes on working with Malick: "Don't read the script, don't speak" -- at TheWrap's Awards Screening Series
Plus, the director talks about reuniting with Antonio Banderas at TheWrap's Awards Screening Series
Audience awards go to the narrative feature "Paper Birds," from Spain, and the documentary "To Be Heard"
Jeff Bridges may sing his way into the Oscar race … and could Sandra Bullock join him there?
PricewaterhouseCoopers' Rick Rosas on the logistics, dynamics and intricacies of the new best-picture rules.