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  • Best Picture Oscar 2016

    Oscars 2016: Best Picture nominees at-a-glance


    A closer look at the 2016 Oscar Best Picture nominees, including reactions, reviews, and in-depth features.

  • Features

    Composers: Daniel Pemberton, 'Steve Jobs'


    Having worked with Ridley Scott, Guy Ritchie and now Danny Boyle on Steve Jobs, Daniel Pemberton is rapidly becoming one of the industry’s most sought-after composers.

  • Carter Burwell and Todd Haynes

    Composers: Carter Burwell, 'Carol', 'Anomalisa'


    The self-taught composer of Carol and Anomalisa used very different methods to score - and conduct - both films

  • Thanatos Drunk

    Thanatos, Drunk sweeps Taipei Film Awards


    Chang Tso-chi’s Thanatos, Drunk swept the Taipei Film Awards on Saturday night, winning six prizes including the Grand Prize and best narrative feature.

  • PGA

    PGA sets awards season dates


    The Producers Guild of America will stage its 26th annual Producers Guild Awards ceremony on January 24, 2015 in Los Angeles.Nominations for feature documentaries, TV series, specials and digital series will be announced on November 26.Narrative feature and animated feature nominees will be

  • The Monuments Men

    Monuments Men pushed to 2014


    George Clooney’s film about a team of soldiers and art experts sent behind Nazi lines to recover priceless works of art is out of this year’s awards race.

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    Academy unveils foreign-language shortlist


    Nine films will advance to the next round of voting from a pool of 71. Germany’s Barbara and Spain’s Blancanieves fail to make the cut.

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    PGA unveils documentary feature nominees


    The winner will be announced at the Producers Guild Of America’s (PGA) 24th Annual Producers Guild Awards on Jan 26.

  • Oscar

    Oscars 2013: foreign-language film profiles


    Seventy-one films have been submitted for the foreign-language film Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards. Screen profiles them all, including festival winners and Kenya’s first ever entry

  • News

    Shortlist unveiled for Conch Awards

    2012-07-24T18:01:00Z Contributing Editor Sarah Cooper

    The awards, which recognise the audio post production sector, will take place on September 19 in London.

  • News

    Kevin named best film at Evening Standard Awards

    2012-02-07T11:47:00Z Contributing Editor Sarah Cooper

    Olivia Colman continued her awards run picking up the best actress award, making her lack of BAFTA nomination even more glaring.

  • Anke Engelke

    Anke Engelke to host European Film Awards

    2011-11-04T09:51:00Z Contributing Editor Sarah Cooper

    Irene Jacob, Ludivine Sagnier and Paz Vega amongst those presenting awards at the ceremony in Berlin.

  • Montevideo God Bless You

    Countries of former Yugoslavia choose Oscar candidates


    Serbia goes for crowdpleaser period piece Montevideo, Slovenia opts for high-brow art with Silent Sonata, Macedonia selects Karlovy Vary prizewinner Punk’s Not Dead, Bosnia delves back into war with Belvedere, and Croatia chooses rural comedy 72 Days.

  • News

    King's Speech takes Hamptons award


    Tom Hooper’s The King’s Speech has won the narrative audience award at the Hampton’s International Film Festival.

  • Gabourey 'Gabby' Sidibe in Precious : Based On The Novel Push By Sapphire from director Lee Daniels

    Panning for Precious metal


    The 2009-2010 awards season has begun in earnest with only a few much-anticipated films yet to be seen and some front-runners finally emerging.

  • Carey Mulligan in An Education

    Life after Slumdog


    Without an obvious juggernaut such as Slumdog Millionaire, this year’s Bafta race looks far from predictable, says Allan Hunter of an awards ceremony that aims to recognise both UK and international talent

  • Flowers Of The Sky

    Sri Lanka enters Flowers Of The Sky in Academy Awards race


    Wonderphil Productions Flowers Of The Sky has been named as Sri Lanka’s official selection for best foreign film in the 2010 Academy Awards race.

  • Oscars

    Oscars to widen field to 10 Best Picture nominees


    In a bold move, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has announced that the number of Best Picture Oscar nominees will rise to 10, doubling the field from the current five contenders.

  • Le Silence De Lorna

    LUX Prize contenders announced


    The ten contenders for The European Parliament’s film award, The LUX Prize, have been unveiled. Of the ten in the Official Selection, only three will go on to compete for the LUX Prize 2009.