The Academy has released their shortlist of finalists for the Best Foreign Film Oscar. Which of these nine will make the final five?
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‘The Green Hornet,’ ‘The Way Back,’ and ‘Biutiful’ are among the films we’re anticipating this month along with Awards ceremonies galore.
Some films get unexpectedly ignored during precursor season. These critics want to make sure ‘Biutiful’ doesn’t become one of them.
Two major critics groups announce their winners early next week. Will the outcomes affect the Oscar race in any major way? Here are my predictions…
Blanchett back for ‘The Hobbit’, Penn supports Bardem, Emma Stone goes blonde, blah blah blah…
Now that the 65 submissions have been announced its time for a breakdown of whose in the lead.
No woman director for Pixar, ‘Metropolis’ remastered on TCM, images from ‘Dangerous Methods’, trailer for ‘Biutiful’…
RIP Gloria Stuart, ‘Biutiful’ is Mexico’s Oscar choice, poster for ‘Another Year’, clips from ‘The Social Network’…
The second trimester (aka Summer blockbuster season) is quickly waning and we turn our attention to the part of the year that we really care about: Oscar season.
‘Biutiful’ and ‘The Way Back’ are officially announced to be opening this year.
Most countries have not even announced their submission yet, but here are my early predictions for Best Foreign Language Film.
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s ‘Biutiful’ looks fantastic and could be a serious Oscar contenders.
These are the films that got me the most interested. Find out which ones are coming to a theatre near you.
‘Boonmee,’ Binoche, Bardem, and Germano take the top prizes at this year’s festival. See who won the Palme d’Or, the Grand Prix, and more…
Reviews for ‘Les Amours Imaginaires’, ‘Certified Copy’, ‘Film Socialisme’, and ‘Of Gods and Men’, as well as interviews, news, and more!
One of the films this year that has a real chance at emerging from Cannes as an Oscar contender is Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s ‘Biutiful’. Based on early reviews, it’s off to a good start.
Critics, journalists, and bloggers are gathered in Cannes for the 2010 Festival. Here are 10 reasons why I really wish I was them.
Cannes preview, FCC approves straight to On Demand releases, McCarthy reviews ‘Robin Hood’, ‘Biutiful’ gets a teaser poster.
This year’s festival will likely include films by Mike Leigh, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Julian Schnabel, Susanne Bier, and Jean-Luc Godard.