And Cate Blanchett, Jared Leto, and Matthew McConaughey pick up some prizes, too.
Thanks, Montel Williams.
Director/Picture splits are awfully rare, but can anything stop Alfonso Cuarón?
And other revelations from his chat with Steve McQueen.
"I can say, in my 87th year of life, that I am overjoyed that I should have lived long enough to see Steve McQueen step into this space."
Armond White (& Co.) did not like 12 Years a Slave.
The film's brutality made its own director look away, but to call it a movie about slavery is, he feels, to miss the point.
This one's a "nightclub drama."
Talking to director Steve McQueen and his collaborators about the making of their remarkable film.
In the vein of Six Degrees of Separation.
A film that many predict could earn him an Oscar nomination and make him a household name.
"I was certain that I was going to be fired."
It's already one of the year's most talked-about films.
Take it to the bank.
Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, and so many other heavy-hitters.
He'll play a plantation owner.
He joins Michael Fassbender in 12 Years a Slave.
"It’s not titillating. It’s not exoticized. It’s just a guy having a piss and a glass of water and going to have a shower."
That's what the MPAA says, anyway.
It's from the director of 'Shame.'
It's his reunion with the director of 'Shame' and 'Hunger.'
They'll play siblings, one of whom is having too much sex.
Of course he had a tiger-skin rug.
Plus: 'Tomb Raider' finally gets a remake.