Our Oscar expert Steve Pond tells us who is going to win Academy Awards on Sunday -- and who really ought to
Academy members are hoping for a few monkey wrenches -- some categories might be more uncertain than the experts think
Emmanuel Lubezki wins for "Tree of Life." ASC Awards predict the Oscars' cinematography winner about half the time
Motion picture academy rules that Malick's "Tree of Life" had four "true" producers -- one more than the usual limit
"Hugo" and "The Tree of Life" also advance to the Academy's "bakeoff" round
Acting awards go to Michael Fassbender, Tilda Swinton, Christopher Plummer and Jessica Chastain
TheWrap's awards expert: "This year, I went with the movies that -- when they worked -- provided the most dazzling cinematic experiences of the year"
Actress will receive Spotlight Award for her many 2011 roles; composer will be honored for "Hugo"
As critics' groups continue to reveal their favorites, "The Artist" picks up more plaudits than "The Tree of Life" and "The Descendants'
"Moneyball" and "The Tree of Life" star to receive festival's Desert Palm Achievement Award for Acting
Final group on a busy awards day makes unexpected choices; Detroit, Houston critics release nominations
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
"The Artist" is up, George Clooney is down -- making sense of a flurry of awards activity
With the unveiling of "War Horse," "The Iron Lady," "Young Adult" and "We Bought a Zoo," a muddy picture gets slightly clearer
Reclusive director matches his output over the last decade with the announcement of two FilmNation projects
Nominated performers include Elizabeth Olsen, Shailene Woodley, Felicity Jones
We've picked the Best Picture winner early for the last two years, but this year offers a confounding crop of contenders
She came out of nowhere in "The Tree of Life" -- but with "The Help," "The Debt" and five more movies on the way, she's...
Terrence Malick's collaborators talk about the wild, unconventional journey that turned into a remarkable new film
A final roundup of the art, the money and the outrage of Cannes 2011
Director Terrence Malick is a no-show; Kirsten Dunst wins Best Actress award for "Melancholia"
A shy director, an actor who won't talk, two jailed filmmakers and a loudmouth who got banned -- Cannes is all about empty spaces
With no real frontrunner, the field is wide open for Cannes' top prize
The festival reaches a climax with a pair of huge movie stars -- but down by the beach, there's a show that never stops
"Tree of Life" may have dominated the last 24 hours, but at the halfway point there's also a competition going on
The view from Stateside: the talk of Cannes is a rapturous reverie that'll likely be too weird for a mainstream audience
Terrence Malick's long-awaited film speaks in whispers and makes mystery the explanation
TheWrap's daily roundup of Cannes news begins with previews, deals and fear and loathing from opening-night director Woody Allen
The stars will be there for show, but the real substance at Cannes will come from a strong lineup of arty filmmakers
The year's most tantalizing movie offers new stills, including a glimpse of prehistoric life