After years of being overlooked by the Academy Awards, producers are hoping for an acting nod
Eco-fantasy film inspired by the Katrina disaster and made with non-professional actors wows critics
Hollywood assembles cast of conspiracy theorist actors to seek 'truth' behind the 2001 attacks
'I say some lines, they give me a big bag of money, and I leave,' says English actor. 'It's just not my thing'
Director Sam Mendes' 'audacious' and 'witty' addition to franchise goes down well
Where's the wooden actor now? Affleck wins over Hollywood with 'sensational' Iran rescue movie
Scriptwriter Kazan stars in sharp, witty rom-com that flirts with the Pygmalion myth
Did the Republican director's 'empty chair' speech prompt Obama-supporting Beyoncé to quit film?
New York film festival-goers see Day-Lewis shine as Abe – but was that a movie or a history lesson?
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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