Congratulations to Selma for winning the Academy Award for Best Original Song!
“Glory” songwriters Common and John Legend brought the audience to tears at the 2015 Oscars ceremony, earning a standing ovation for their performance of their Best Song nominee just a few minutes before they won the prize.
'Good Kill' Trailer Shows the Human Face of Drone Warfare
“War is now a first person-shooter.” With those words, the trailer for Good Kill lays out its high concept: the ways in which drone warfare redefines combat for the 21st century — and the ways in which it doesn’t.
Ava DuVernay Becomes 1st Black Woman to Be Nominated for Golden Globe Award for Director
DuVernay’s movie Selma picked up four nominations, including Best Director, Motion Picture; Best Motion Picture, Drama; Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama (David Oyelowo); and Best Original Song, Motion Picture (“Glory”).
African-American Film Critics Association Lauds 'Selma'
The drama about Martin Luther King, Jr. led the list of the year's best movies and claimed awards for its director, lead actor and song
David Oyelowo Lands Breakthrough Performance Award for 'Selma' at the next Palm Springs Film Fest
The 38-year-old Brit of Nigerian descent portrays Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Ava DuVernay's drama, the first studio film to center around the Civil Rights leader
Oscar Race Gets Adrenaline Shot From 'Selma'
On Tuesday night, the anticipated Oscar hopeful Ava DuVernay's Selma had world premieres at Hollywood's Egyptian Theatre as part of AFI Fest.
A Dream Can Change The World. The First Trailer For 'Selma' Stands Up.
"What happens when a man stands up and says enough is enough?" That's the money quote in the first trailer for Ava DuVernay's "Selma," which focuses on a three-month stretch in 1965 when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. organized a campaign to ensure equal voting rights for all men and women.
'Escobar: Paradise Lost' Won the Top Prize for Best First Work at Rome Film Festival.
The 9th Rome Film Festival (Oct 15-25) drew to a close Saturday night with an awards ceremony that saw Escobar Paradise Lost going home with two prestigious awards.
'Escobar: Paradise Lost' Is No 'Scarface 2'
As it completes its festival run ahead of awards season, Escobar: Paradise Lost, Andrea Di Stefano's look at notorious Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, is gaining critical momentum. Director Andrea Di Stefano speaks about the decisions he made on the drug lord biopic and how it differs from other similar movies.
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