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Film Academy Board of Governors Elections Underway, Full List of Candidates Revealed

The list of candidates for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 2020-2021 Board of Governors has been unveiled to members. Voting begins on June 1 and ends on June 5. Candidates run for three-year terms with a maximum of three terms. Each branch has three seats on the board. Only one of those […]
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The 2021 Oscars Could be Postponed by the Academy Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic

Hollywood’s biggest night might be postponed. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences are considering pushing back the 2021 Oscars, which are set to be held in February, due to concerns over the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The 93rd annual Academy Awards may not happen next year due to ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Variety reports that the Academy is considering postponing the annual movie awards ceremony, the telecast for which is currently set for February 28, 2021 on A...
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Film Academy Considering Postponing 2021 Oscars (EXCLUSIVE)

The 93rd Oscars aren’t until February, but the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is considering postponing the big night, according to multiple sources. The sources, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, say definitive plans are far from being concrete at this juncture. The telecast is currently set for Feb. 28, 2021, on ABC. […]
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Producers Guild Awards Temporarily Changes Film Eligibility Rules

The Producers Guild of America has announced new eligibility guidelines for the Darryl  F. Zanuck award, the main prize given at the annual ceremony. The move comes after the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ temporary eligibility change for the Oscars. The PGA announced Tuesday that the organization will be permitting films initially made […]
Tags: Awards, Pga, Oscars, Producers Guild of America, Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences, Darryl F Zanuck, Coronoavirus


SAG Awards Will Now Consider Films That Didn’t Premiere in Theaters (EXCLUSIVE)

The official film rules for this year’s SAG Awards won’t be announced until next month, but an email sent to studios on Thursday morning says the organization will be following the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ temporary eligibility change for the Oscars. “We are still revising our film release criteria but will be […]
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TV Academy Clarifies Rules Preventing Oscar and Emmy Double Dipping

The Television Academy has ruled: No more double dipping. After several years of documentary projects walking the line between the Oscars and Emmys — and finding the loophole to submit for both — the org has ruled that programs won’t be eligible for an Emmy if they’ve been nominated for an Oscar. The TV Academy […]
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How Will Hollywood Awards Ceremonies Adapt to the Coronavirus Pandemic?

People are eager to return to the old normal, and the fate of awards shows is not the top priority, but it is a concern. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences on April 28 addressed the question of eligibility in a time of coronavirus, and the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. did the same. […]
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Oscars Eligibility Rules Being Tweaked Amidst Pandemic

Oscars eligibility rules being tweaked amidst pandemic With theaters being shut down around the world due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced that it will be tweaking its eligibility rules for the 2021 event, according to Variety. RELATED: Venice Film Festival Still Moving Forward With No Cannes Collaboration The board of governors met on Tuesday and approved a temporary hold on the requirement that a film must have a seven-day theatri...
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Sound Engineers Express Mixed Feelings on Oscars Merging Sound Categories

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced changes for eligibility for the 93rd Academy Awards, including the consolidation of its two sound categories. Best sound mixing and sound editing will now be under one category called best sound. In recent years, some films, such as “Hugo,” “Dunkirk” and “Bohemian Rhapsody” have won both […]
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The 2021 Oscars Could Be the Weirdest Oscars Ever

The movie industry has been turned upside down, and the people behind Hollywood’s most prestigious awards ceremony are scrambling to recalibrate. Today, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences had a board of governors meeting to essentially figure out WTF to do about the 2021 Oscars.Read more...
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Hollywood Reacts to Oscar Eligibility Changes: ‘It Makes Total Sense’

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences made some big announcements Tuesday regarding the 2021 Oscars, but insiders say they probably won’t have too much impact on today’s awards business. “I wasn’t surprised by anything,” one awards consultant said. “I had a feeling most of this was coming.” Getting the most traction is the […]
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Pandemic forces Academy to break with Oscars tradition for streaming films

For the first time, and only for this year, movies that debuted on a streaming service without a theatrical run will be eligibleThe Academy Awards will for the first time allow films that debuted on a streaming service without a theatrical run to be eligible for nominations, a break with tradition in direct response to the coronavirus pandemic.The Academy announced the new criteria for the Oscars in a statement on Tuesday. The change is not permanent, however, and will only apply to films releas...
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Streaming films are temporarily eligible for Oscars, no theatrical run required

Widespread theatrical closures have forced the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to loosen the rules around which films qualify for Oscars. This might not seem like much of a breakthrough in a year when Netflix got the most Oscar nominations of any studio, and when the streamer’s original films ultimately walked away with two Oscars. However, in order to compete in Best Picture and other categories, films must be screened commercially for at least seven days in a Los Angeles theater, e...
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Film Academy Bosses Talk New Oscar Rules and Getting People Back Into Movie Theaters

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will be on the “frontlines” when it comes time to encourage people to return to movie theaters, say president David Rubin and CEO Dawn Hudson. “We’ll be leading that campaign. We’re already talking to filmmakers about that,” Hudson told Variety on Tuesday afternoon. “We’re already talking about […]
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Academy Alters Oscars Rules: Streaming Films Eligible, Sound Categories Combined, and More

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ board of governors met this morning and voted to make some important changes to eligibility requirements for the 2021 Oscars ceremony. The biggest of these is that the board has nixed the requirement that films need to play in a Los Angeles theater for at least one week for a qualifying run – now, films that were released digitally without playing in theaters at all (like Trolls World Tour) are eligible for Oscars. Read more about the new changes...
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Oscars Will Consider Films That Didn’t Play in Theaters as Part of New Academy Rules

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has tweaked its Oscar eligibility rules in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. During a meeting on Tuesday, the board of governors approved a temporary hold on the requirement that a film needs a seven-day theatrical run in a commercial theater in Los Angeles County to qualify […]
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Film Academy ‘Committed to Being Nimble and Forward-Thinking’ in Wake of Coronavirus Pandemic

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is hunkering down to figure out what’s next for the Oscars in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. “The Academy is focused on helping our staff, our members, and the industry safely navigate through this global health and economic crisis,” an Academy spokesperson said in a statement […]
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"Shh! You'll wake up the monkey" — We now know Trump's favorite movie.

There was a time when this business had the eyes of the whole wide world. But that wasn't good enough. Oh, no! They wanted the ears of the world, too. So they opened their big mouths, and out came talk, talk, talk... And who have they got now? Some nobodies — a lot of pale little frogs croaking pish-posh.... Words! Words! You've made a rope of words and strangled this business! But there is a microphone right there to catch the last gurgles, and Technicolor to photograph the orange, swollen ...
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Trump is mad 'Parasite' won Movie of the Year because it's from South Korea

During a rally with supporters in Colorado Springs on Thursday night, impeached US President Donald Trump got all mad that Parasite won movie of the year at the OSCARS because it's a South Korean movie and director Bong Joon-Ho is from South Korea. He wants Gone With The Wind back, he says. Not making this up. Swear. In response to Parasite winning Best Picture, he said, “Can we get 'Gone with the Wind' back, please?” Okay. Trump goes off on the Oscars for giving Best Picture to Parasite...
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Trump mad 'Parasite' won movie of the year at Oscars, hates on South Korea + Bong Joon-Ho

During a rally with supporters in Colorado on Thursday night, impeached US President Donald Trump got all mad that Parasite won movie of the year at the OSCARS because it's a South Korean movie and director Bong Joon-Ho is from South Korea. He wants Gone With The Wind back, he says. Not making this up. Swear. In response to Parasite winning Best Picture, he said, “Can we get 'Gone with the Wind' back, please?” Okay. Trump goes off on the Oscars for giving Best Picture to Parasite because...
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Trump Mocks ‘Parasite’ Best Picture Win: ‘What the Hell Was That All About?’

President Donald Trump took aim at “Parasite’s” historic Oscar wins at a Colorado rally on Thursday. “How bad were the Academy Awards this year?” he asked, prompting jeers from the crowd. “Did you see it?” “The winner is… a movie from South Korea! What the hell was that all about?” he went on. “We got […]
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‘Parasite’ to Get Digitally Re-Mastered Imax Release for One Week

Imax is releasing a digitally re-mastered version of Bong Joon Ho’s “Parasite” for a one-week run at select Imax locations starting Friday. “Parasite” is the first non-English-language movie ever to win the Oscar for best picture. The South Korean film took in $5.7 million at 2,002 domestic locations during the post-Oscar weekend, lifting its cumulative […]
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Rose McGowan says she regrets Natalie Portman Oscars dress comments

McGowan tweets that she ‘lost sight of the bigger picture’ after calling fellow actor a ‘fraud’Rose McGowan has expressed regret for her attack on Natalie Portman over the latter’s Oscar dress “protest”, which took aim at the exclusion of women from the best director Academy Award nominations. Related: Rose McGowan: Natalie Portman's Oscars dress protest 'deeply offensive' Continue reading...
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Anesthetized Monkeys, First Thoughts About YouTube and Terrible Star Wars Dads: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

These are some of the best words on the Internet: Happy three-day weekend! We hope you’re enjoying the time off. Does anyone else feel like February has flown by? When I was younger, I used to think that only “older” people said things like “time sure flies by.” Now, I want to eat my words every time I say the same…Read more...
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‘Parasite’ Enjoys Record Box Office Boost After Oscar Wins

Bong Joon Ho’s “Parasite” is reaping box office riches after its groundbreaking Oscar best picture win. The twisted South Korean thriller collected $5.5 million over the weekend, an exceptional 234% increase in ticket sales and the biggest post-Oscar boost for a best picture winner in the past decade. In the seven days since the Academy […]
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Dear Diane Warren: Here’s How to Win a Best Original Song Oscar in 2021

Dear Diane Warren, We’re sad. When you didn’t win the best original song Oscar on Sunday’s telecast, it was like we too had been handed our 11th rejection in a row. We’ve been on this journey with you, and gosh darn it, your time to be “Academy Award winner Diane Warren” is long overdue. In […]
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Watch the Oscar-Winning 'Hair Love' With Your Kids

You can now watch the Oscar-winning animated short film Hair Love on YouTube—and you should. With your kids. Because ignorance and/or racism about the hair and hairstyles of people of color still abounds and this sweet film is the perspective we need.Read more...
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From Glenn Close to Will Smith: 13 A-list actors who have never won an Oscar

Here's a look at 13 acting heavyweights who have yet to win an Oscar, often despite being nominated multiple times.
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Why the Oscars Are No Longer Appointment TV (Column)

Many in Hollywood would concur that this year’s Oscar show was by far one of the best. The pacing of the three-hour-plus telecast was better, as was the choice of some offbeat musical acts like Eminem and Billie Eilish. These and the momentous triumphs of director-writer Bong Joon Ho and his exceptionally original film, “Parasite,” […]
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How the Academy’s International Membership May Have Helped ‘Parasite’ Make Oscars History

“Parasite” made history at the 92nd Oscars by becoming the first non-English language film to win Hollywood’s biggest prize: best picture. Many pundits predicted that Sam Mendes’ “1917” would take home that honor because the Motion Picture Academy membership didn’t seem ready to embrace a subtitled movie outside of the international award category, which director […]
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