Oscar Movies: Wait Until Dark (1967)

See Review Oscar Nominations: 1 Best Actress: Audrey Hepburn Oscar Context: This was Hepburn’s last Oscar nomination, losing the award to another Hepburn, Katharine Hepburn, for the dramedy, “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?” Share this:

Oscar Movies: Why Girls Leave Home (1945)

“Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf” was nominated for a record of 13 Oscar Nominations, including Best Picture, Director, and the four acting catgeories, winning 5, inlcuding a second Best Actress for Liz Taylor.

Indie Cinema 2007: Films Selling out of Sundance Film Fest

At the 2007, Sundance Film Fest, of the 8 movies that sold out for more than $2 million each….

Oscar 2018: Vet Filmmakers Vying for Oscar Gold–Spielberg, Eastwood, ad Company

Scorsese, 74, has no new movie this year–“Silence,” his historical epic released last winter for awards considerations, was a huge commercial flop.  His contemporary, Oliver Stone, 70, made a movie, “Snowden,” that few people have seen or liked. Nonetheless, other vet filmmakers, such as Clint Eastwood, 87, and Spielberg, 70, will vie for Gold this award season. Spielberg’s “The […]

Oscar: Best Picture–Winners, Nominated (but Did not Win for) Writing

In the history of the Academy, only seven films won the Best Picture Oscar without even earning a writing nomination.