Few modern filmmakers have managed to successfully yoke the disciplines of scriptwriting and directing in quite the same way as Paul Andrew Williams.
As the Los Angeles Times admitted "the Baftas have mushroomed in significance and star power in recent years as a semi accurate predictor of Oscar success and a red carpet draw for A -list American [and British] talent". With the likes of George Clooney, Ben Affleck (both mega multi talents as well as stars), Daniel Day-Lewis and many others, it was quite an evening.
It's not yet a household name like Sundance or Tribeca, but the Gold Coast Film Festival, bringing the best of cinema to the geographic ritzy section of Long Island, NY celebrated in F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, is gaining momentum for the cineaste set.
Is Untouchable the film to bring France back-to-back triumph at the Oscars? Judging by the critical reception and box office
Last night was the biggest charity event on the Cannes Calendar and I had bagged one of the most sought after invitations in town. I was off to the amfAR dinner and party. The annual Cinema Against AIDS ball attracts all the A-listers and is a fantastic event for a great cause.
Despite being one of Hollywood's most legendary and cherished stars, and while Cannes pays tribute to the 50th anniversary of her death, Marilyn Monroe never graced the festival with her presence.
We live in an age where bullying appears to be on the increase. In both the UK and the USA stories in the media of horrific bullying of young people resulting in them taking their own lives are sadly more commonplace than not.
Brits were on parade last night at the White House, as some of the cream of home-grown entertainment talent were among guests
Michelle Williams may have an unwinnable battle on her hands to garner any Oscar glory on Sunday evening, against the big