In Oscars, No Country for Hit Films By DAVID CARR Published: March 3, 2008 It’s no longer about blockbusters and crowd-pleasers.
New Line’s 40 Years of Reaching Brows High and Low By A. O. SCOTT Published: March 1, 2008 New Line Cinema was a studio where long shots were part of the business plan.
‘No Country for Old Men’ Wins Oscar Tug of War By DAVID M. HALBFINGER and MICHAEL CIEPLY Published: February 25, 2008
Jon Stewart, Hands Long Tied by Strike, Pedals Fast for Oscars By BILL CARTER Published: February 20, 2008 Until the strike by the Writers Guild of America ended a week ago, Jon Stewart was unable to prepare, or even to think much about, his Oscar assignment.
Who Won the Writers Strike? By DAVID CARR Published: February 12, 2008 When the Writers Guild of America held its awards ceremony Saturday night, it felt more like a victory celebration. So after the long strike, the writers won, right?
After the Writers’ Strike By MICHAEL CIEPLY and BROOKS BARNES Published: February 11, 2008 Emotions are finally settling down in the entertainment industry’s bubbling cauldron of labor disputes.
Screams in Asia Echo in Hollywood By TERRENCE RAFFERTY Published: January 27, 2008 With remakes of Asian horror movies, American studios persist in trying to raise the spirits of the dead.
For Strikers, the Agony of Spare Time By MELENA RYZIK Published: January 27, 2008 For union film and television writers, life without employment is starting to exact its toll.
New American Realism Emerges Amid Grousing and Hummers By MANOHLA DARGIS Published: January 25, 2008 Although my favorite fiction films at Sundance were different in theme and tone, they were united by stylistic commonalities, a feel for the still moment — and, importantly, for beauty.
Caution’s in the Air as Sundance Opens By DAVID M. HALBFINGER Published: January 21, 2008 The Sundance Film Festival’s opening weekend drew to a close looking more and more like a disappointment, if not an outright dud.