If the Oscar nominations on Tuesday morning left you with a long to-watch list, we've got you covered. We've assembled all our past coverage of films nominated in six major categories.
Fans were quick to point out: A pair of charismatic, smart, girl-power entertainment figures are up for the biggest prize in the industry. And one of the biggest nominations goes to ... Ken?
Christopher Nolan's blockbuster biopic will be up for 13 awards, followed by Poor Things with 11 and Killers of the Flower Moon with 10. Barbie, the year's highest-grossing film, got 8 nominations.
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Best picture, best original screenplay, best director, best supporting actor and actress, best actress, and best editing — Everything Everywhere All at Once won big again and again.
The Malaysian-born actor made history by winning the Academy Award for best actress in a leading role for her performance in Everything Everywhere All at Once.
The 95th Academy Awards air Sunday Night on ABC. Below is the full list of nominees, with winners marked in bold.
The former child star capped off a successful awards season with an unsurprising win. Quan is only the second Asian performer to receive this award after Haing S. Ngor for The Killing Fields in 1985.
The 95th Academy Awards ceremony will take place at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, March 12 at 8 p.m. Eastern time. Those of us at home can watch it on ABC or via streaming services.
With four nominations, more Asian performers were recognized by the Academy in 2023 than in any single year in its history. In other respects, this year was a step back from diversity at the Oscars.
In the 74 years that the Academy of Motion Pictures has selected a winner in the international film category, the statistics paint a tilted global picture.
A lot can happen in 95 years. Ahead of the Academy Awards on Sunday, we take a look back at the surprises, the scandals, the slap and — yes — even the streaker.
Bonus episode: On this special edition, we take a look at the impact of women in film. We sit down with The New York Times' Manohla Dargis to discuss their roles in front of and behind the camera — and we also dive into Oscar predictions.
The music that haunts the Oscar-nominated film is a calling card for conductor Rafael Payare.