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  • BAFTAs boost hopes of Oscars for 'Avatar,' 'An Education' and 'The Hurt Locker'

     
    Two of the front-runners at this year's Oscars -- "Avatar" and "The Hurt Locker" as well as home-grown favorite "An Education" -- lead the pack at the BAFTAs with eight nominations each, including best picture nods. Another two of the top Oscar contenders...
  • Will BAFTAs preview Oscars again?

     
    Since the BAFTAs were moved up in 2000 to take place while academy members were still voting for the Oscars, these laurels have foreseen only three best-picture winners -- "Gladiator" (2000), "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" (2003) and last...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Sigourney Weaver blasts Oscars over 'Avatar' snub | Behind the scenes drama at Pulitzers | 'Polytechnique' sweeps Genies

     
    • Actress Sigourney Weaver certainly believes in standing by her director, telling the Brazilian news website Folha Online that her good friend James Cameron was snubbed at the recent Oscars due to reverse sexism. "Jim didn't have breasts, and I think...
  • PASSINGS: Alain Corneau, Jackson Gillis, Francisco Varallo

    PASSINGS: Alain Corneau, Jackson Gillis, Francisco Varallo
    Alain Corneau Acclaimed French filmmaker Alain Corneau, 67, the French filmmaker who leapt to international notice with the 1991 hit "Tous les Matins du Monde," died Monday after suffering from cancer, Artmedia talent agency said in Paris. Throughout a...
  • Times critics on Anthony Minghella's movies

    Times critics on Anthony Minghella's movies
    Times film critics on a few of Anthony Minghella's most memorable movies: "The English Patient" (Nov. 15, 1996) "Love in the extremes of wartime. Love in a dangerous, unstable universe where questions of nationality and betrayal predominate. Love that...
  • 'Tell No One'

    'Tell No One'
    Tell everyone about "Tell No One." Not just because this is a top-notch thriller so twisty you may forget to breathe, but because for a long time it looked like you wouldn't be able to tell anyone at all. For even though "Tell No One" was a top performer...
  • A moment with Kristin Scott Thomas

    A moment with Kristin Scott Thomas
    Actors whose characters battle demons -- think Russell Crowe in "A Beautiful Mind" or Marion Cotillard in "La Vie en Rose" -- get to thrash around. Performers who are playing the larger-than-life -- picture Daniel Day-Lewis in " There Will Be Blood" or...
  • During award season it pays to be Kate -- or Cate

    During award season it pays to be Kate -- or Cate
    If you're an actress, keep in mind that when it comes to getting nominated for an Oscar it doesn't hurt if your name is Kate. Kate Hepburn managed to do it 12 times, winning a record four as leading actress, more than any other actor. By age 32, Kate...
  • Highbrow films (such as 'Frost/Nixon') wait and see

    Highbrow films (such as 'Frost/Nixon') wait and see
    “I’ve Loved You So Long” is the kind of acclaimed foreign-language movie that should do solid business in unprovincial locations such as New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Nashville and St. Louis. Ten weeks after Sony Pictures Classics first...
  • A windfall for 'Slumdog Millionaire'

    A windfall for 'Slumdog Millionaire'
    For a movie that once looked like it might never make it into theaters, "Slumdog Millionaire" continued its remarkable ascendancy Thursday, as the love story of an Indian game show contestant collected four Golden Globe nominations, including top drama,...
  • New on DVD: 'Australia,' 'Ashes of Time Redux'

    New on DVD: 'Australia,' 'Ashes of Time Redux'
    Australia 20th Century Fox, $29.99; Blu-ray, $39.99 Baz Luhrmann's epic "Australia" is at once a western, a war film, a Harlequin romance, a magical-realist fable and a tongue-clucking piece of social history, wrapped up in a decidedly Luhrmann-esque...