Admit it: when it comes to the Sound categories in the Oscar pool, you pick the loudest film. To help us get our ears around sound design, Mit Out Sound’s Ren Klyce, Oscar nominee for Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, explains the art and breaks down key scenes in the David Fincher film.
Just in time for the Oscars, agency Organic and HP Labs are launching the Awards Meter, a clever app that gauges positive or negative sentiments within tweets about the Academy Awards.
A new campaign from the Milk people features Salma Hayek, with and without the 'stache.
If you want to hear what Dry the River’s new album sounds like, just take a stroll outside--the band’s posters actually play songs.
As expected, "The Artist" was the big winner at the 84th Academy Awards, earning five Oscars including Best Picture. First-time Academy Award nominee Guillaume Schiffman explains how he captured the look of the film.
This list of 85 films from director Martin Scorsese stirred up some debate when we published it earlier this year. Check out the list of films that influenced the influential director.
Three-time Oscar winner and current nominee Thelma Schoonmaker, who has edited every Martin Scorsese film since "Raging Bull," dissects a sequence in "Hugo" that prompts her to recall the process of cutting Joe Pesci’s "Funny, how?" scene in 1990's "Goodfellas."