Hollywood is holding its breath for the unveiling Thursday of this year's Oscar nominations, with top Golden Globes winners "12 Years A Slave" and "American Hustle" leading a crowded field of contenders.
The 86th Academy Awards ceremony on March 2 will pay tribute to movie heroes from past and present, producers said Tuesday of the much-anticipated Oscars, the climax of Hollywood's awards season.
A joint film project of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and the United States has been launched in Los Angeles.
Nearly 21 million people watched the 71st annual Golden Globes on US television, its best audience for a decade, according to ratings cited Monday by industry journal Variety.
Disney's musical fairy tale adaptation "Frozen" won the Golden Globe for best animated film on Sunday, beating "The Croods" and "Despicable Me 2."
China's box office takings leaped to $3.6 billion last year, up 27.5 percent on 2012, as nearly 14 screens were added every day to the world's second-largest film market.
Kazakhstani film director Askhat Kuchichirekov’s debut film Benzin Bitti (Gasoline is Over) won the Best Film in Muhr AsiaAfrica Short category at the Dubai International Film Festival.
If any Bollywood star can claim 2013 as their year, it is Deepika Padukone. With four hit films, the former model has risen to the top of the A-list -- and now has Hollywood in her sights.
Fantasy blockbuster "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" ruled the North American box office this weekend, holding off a strong festive season challenge from Disney's animated musical "Frozen," estimates showed Sunday.
At the bottom of a dank salt mine in Colombia, a 200-strong film crew featuring Spanish actor Antonio Banderas is reconstructing the incredible tale of 33 miners buried alive for 69 days in Chile in 2010.
For his second film as director, British actor Ralph Fiennes lifts the cover on a little-known secret about classic English author Charles Dickens: his decade-long adulterous affair with a young actress.
The US studio behind Golden Globe-nominated historical drama "12 Years a Slave," has asked the film's Italian distributors to withdraw posters which triggered an online storm over alleged racism.
The latest installment of the Tolkien series, "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," retained the top spot at the North American box office this weekend.
Disney delves into its own history in "Saving Mr. Banks," a movie about the difficult birth of the classic film "Mary Poppins," wrenched from a tale by a reluctant British author.
Emir Baigazin, Kazakhstan ilm director of Harmony Lessons, has gained the Special Mention Award in the Achievements in Directing category at the annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards 2013.
The Latvian filmmaker Victor Vilks is planning to make a new movie that will be a response to Borat on behalf of Kazakhstan.
Historical drama "12 Years a Slave" and crime caper "American Hustle" won most nominations for the Golden Globes with seven nods each on Thursday, as Hollywood's awards season heats up.
"A dry martini. Just hand it to me, and I'll do the shaking myself."
Golden Globe organizers unveil nominations for their annual movie awards show Thursday, as Hollywood's honors season gets into full swing with a bumper cast of hotly-tipped contenders.
The famous young Kazakhstan director Emir Baigazin won the Special Jury Prize for his début film Harmony Lessons at the Tokyo FILMeX 2013.
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