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Rings 3 Wins Both British Academy And Public Vote For Best Film

But "Master" commands a strong second place at BAFTA 2004

Gibson Defends His Passion

Mel Gibson says that he never intended The Passion of The Christ to be anything more than a "tiny low-budget film" where he would "preach to a few christians". Instead, the film has attracted a storm of criticism even before its release - unfairly so, says its director.

Recording Good Sound For Film and Video

A little bit of thought and a small outlay on sound equipment can improve the look of your film

Charlize Theron Turns Ugly

In Monster Charlize Theron has proved that she is more than just eye-candy

The Conversations - Walter Murch and the Art of Editing Film

A review of The Conversations: Walter Murch and the Art of Editing Film by Michael Ondaatje

Interview with Youngest Ever Nominee for Best Female Actor Oscar

For New Zealander Keisha Castle-Hughes, a potential Oscar nomination was the furthest thing from her mind when she attended last year’s Sundance Film Festival. Come Oscar night, her ambition to be a science teacher may fall through.

The Oscar Effect

There's no doubting Oscar's effect on us.The Oscars mean...

Studios hold back their best until the Academy Awards draw close.

Lord of the Rings Makes Clean Sweep at Oscars

Lord of the Rings joined Ben Hur and Titanic in the record books by winning 11 Oscars out of a possible 11, at the 2004 Academy Awards. (Oscar winners are in italics.)

Julia Roberts Sets Limits

Julia Roberts says no to Cock, yes to romance, but first you’ll see her in women’s lib drama Mona Lisa Smile.

Super Size Me and The Corporation attract controversy at Sundance

To generate publicity for your documentary it doesn’t hurt to stick your neck - or stomach - out. At least, not too far...