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Liza Foreman

  • Writers' strike: are the Oscars threatened'


    Last Friday, US TV network ABC Studios terminated more than 20 writer or producer deals, invoking the force majeure provision allowing termination of such deals six weeks into a strike.
  • Awards Countdown Golden Globes - Category profile: Foreign language - Second life


    The Golden Globes foreign-language category has become the subject of increased scrutiny of late. Take last year when US-made films Apocalypto and Letters From Iwo Jima were nominated alongside foreign-made foreign-language films. Letters, shot in California and backed by Warner Bros, went on to win the category over TheLives Of Others and Pan’s Labyrinth.
  • Awards Countdown Golden Globes - Category profile: Musical or comedy - Giving comedy a chance


    Providing an extra 10 acting slots, and a chance for musicals and comedies to step out of drama’s shadow, the Golden Globes’ musical/comedy category is generally seen as a good thing.
  • Golden Globes - Power of the press


    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (Hfpa) is the little engine that could. Founded 65 years ago by a small group of foreign correspondents, the not-for-profit has gone from strength to strength.
  • Eros' homecoming


    The Bollywood giant is positioning itself at the centre of the growing Indian industry. Liza Foreman reports.
  • France: inward production


    Canada may double for New York or Chicago, but when it comes to France, producers often choose the real deal. The Da Vinci Code, The Devil Wears Prada and Marie-Antoinette all shot in the territory.