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Best Picture - 1968

Official Nominations: Oliver! Funny Girl. The Lion In Winter. Rachel Rachel. Romeo And Juliet.

1968 is a let down after such a groundbreaking year in ’67. 623 more words


1968 Academy Awards - Introduction

The 41st Academy Awards will always be seen as something of an embarrassment. Given the leaps and bounds which the film industry made the previous year, and with the Academy recognizing those, the awards for the best films of 1968 contain numerous shocking snubs. 344 more words


Best Cast - 1967

My Nominations: Bonnie And Clyde. The Dirty Dozen. Casino Royale. The Graduate. Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner. In The Heat Of The Night.

Only one large/traditional ensemble this time around, with  271 more words


Academy Announce 2017 Key Oscar Dates

The Academy have released the key dates for the upcoming awards, to be held on Sunday 26th February 2017.

Saturday, November 12, 2016                    Governors Awards… 82 more words


Should James Murdoch be an Academy Member?

The Academy earlier announced a cohort of 683 prospective new members who had been invited to join the organisation. Among them is James Rupert Jacob Murdoch, son of Rupert Murdoch and now Chief Executive Officer of 21st Century Fox. 983 more words


Diversity Key as Academy Invites 683 New Members

The Academy have just announced their list of 683 individuals to be invited to membership, and they cannot tell us enough how diverse it is, boosting people of color by 3% and women by 2% with a list spanning 59 countries and 283 new international members. 168 more words


"Spotlight" was surprisingly a very good film, watched it on Netflix last night...

I remember last year when the Oscars was around, “Spotlight” won Best Picture last year. Another movie that stars Michael Keaton. I remember being disappointed that “Spotlight” won Best Picture over “The Revenant” movie. 170 more words