George Clooney's period-set sports film aims to capture the romantic zing of Howard Hawks's farces.
The lead singer of Heart dishes on the thrill of Led Zeppelin, the 'Dangerous Book for Dogs,' and Christmas with the Coens.
'No Country for Old Men,' a violent Western epic, is deserving of its Oscar-darling status; 'Dan' exists in something less than 'Real Life'
The history of the Academy Awards suggests that Hollywood loves a good Cinderella story. Will this year be any different?
The Monitor talks to three female filmmakers about the trials and triumphs of moviemaking in conservative societies.
The films leading the race tended to be long on grandeur and bleak in outlook. Is it a reflection of America's mood?