Christopher Nolan is one of the most acclaimed, distinctive filmmakers of his generation. Here's our ranking of his films from worst to best.
Interstellar and Dunkirk director Christopher Nolan expresses a concern with the way his films appear on TV in a letter to his fellow DGA members.
Jordan Peele's horror/thriller Get Out is far and away the most profitable movie among the nine Best Picture Oscar nominees in 2018.
Dunkirk increases its chances for landing a Best Editing Oscar in March with a big win at the American Cinema Editors' Eddie Awards.
The Dark Knight and Inception director Christopher Nolan receives his first-ever Best Director Oscar nomination, for his 2017 WWII film, Dunkirk.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces the full list of 2018 Oscar nominations. Find out which movies are nominated!
The 2018 DGA film nominations include Jordan Peele for Get Out, Greta Gerwig for Lady Bird, and Christopher Nolan for Dunkirk.
Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman and Jordan Peele's Get Out are among the nominees for the 2018 Producers Guild of America Awards for Best Film of 2017.
From The Shape of Water to Get Out, The Post and Lady Bird, this year's potential Oscar contenders for Best Picture are better than ever.
A fan-made video reimagines writer-director Christopher Nolan's World War II epic, Dunkirk, as a retro black-and-white silent film.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Blade Runner 2049 make the shortlist of 10 films in the running for a Best VFX Oscar nomination this year.
Get Out, The Shape of Water, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri lead in nominations at the 2018 Annual SAG Awards.
The 2018 Annual Golden Globe nominations are loaded with surprises and snubs, with films like The Shape of Water and The Post landing multiple nods.
The Shape of Water leads the movie side of nominees for the 2018 Critics' Choice Awards. Read on for the full list of film and TV nominations.
Warner Bros. Pictures passes $5 billion at the 2017 worldwide box office, thanks to movies such as IT, Dunkirk, and Wonder Woman.
Christopher Nolan believes his Batman trilogy was the last time a studio afforded a filmmaker the luxury of time to develop a series.