The Academy announces the qualifying titles in the Best Animated Feature race, teeming with studio efforts and foreign submissions.
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The Intouchables is standard, unremarkable, crowd-pandering fare—almost certain to be on the shortlist for Best Foreign Language Film.
G Clark reviews ‘Seven Psychopaths,’ ‘The Midnight Meat Train,’ ‘The White Bus’—plus one unforgivable clunker in this week’s ‘Quick Takes’ column.
Switzerland’s latest Best Foreign Film Oscar entry, Sister, provides a realistic, sometimes devastating window into the life of a pair of have-nots in modern Switzerland.
Brazil’s submission to the 85th Academy Awards, The Clown, is a magical confection mixing equal parts Wes Anderson, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, and Federico Fellini.
Slovenia’s submission to the 85th Academy Awards, ‘A Trip,’ is a lovely, low-key character study.
With ‘The Master’ finally arriving in theaters, we look back at Paul Thomas Anderson’s consistently rising history with the Oscars.
Both of animated and documentary categories are currently wide open. Which films will secure nominations?
Two days before the Oscar nominations are announced, it’s time to make some final picks!
Pick a film or performance that you think the Academy should consider and write an open letter to them.
Seasoned veterans and up and comers will clash in this year’s race.
Here are my early bird predictions for one of my favorite categories at the Oscars!
Once again the Academy has voted to expand the number of nominees, but this year it’s likely not to spur such heated debate.
Three new members were elected to the Board of Governors and nine members were re-elected.
There is no context for valid Oscar predictions this early in the season so here are my no guts, no glory predictions for Best Picture 2011.
The first rule change for the 2011 Academy Awards is taking effect. Will there be any rule changes this year as drastic as last year?