The insane ending of the 89th Academy Awards proved that when it comes to escapism, there's no business like show business.
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“We nominated the films that should have been nominated.”
Chris Rock made Hollywood look at itself—but only for a brief moment.
The Oscar-nominated film revives the boisterous screenwriter—and my own family’s experience with the Hollywood Blacklist.
The high moral drama of the 2006 Oscar winner is still infuriating, but also completely watchable.
If you will give us a moment, we are going to defend the Oscars.
"Theeb" remembers World War I from the Arab perspective.
France's Oscar nominee is an intimate exploration of the lives of five sisters in a remote, conservative town on the Black Sea.
Hungary’s Oscar nominee explores our cultural obsession with the Final Solution.
Denmark’s nominee for Best Foreign Film confronts hard decisions, at home and on the battlefield.
Foreign films are in heavy rotation on streaming services like Netflix—but are moviegoers willing to follow them to the box office?
Oscar nominee "Embrace of the Serpent" is as surreal as "Fitzcarraldo," but without the exploitation.
When "People" magazine took aim at diversity among the nominees, celebrities were unwilling to join the protest.
The nominations are out, and we have snubs, surprises, and a strong field for Best Picture.
Oscar nominations often say more about the people who vote for them than they do about the movies themselves.
It's not only because the Academy is self-absorbed