What the best picture Oscar for “CODA” tells us about Apple’s enormous market power.
Whatever you make of the slap, the telecast as a whole was a frustrating night of television that seemed based on a misunderstanding of what makes films great.
All of the night’s winners can be watched at home. Here’s a guide to help you find the honorees.
On a night when “CODA” became the first film from a streaming service to win best picture, the focus was on Will Smith’s altercation with Chris Rock.
The complete list of winners for the 94th Academy Awards.
Academy history offers clues about how “Nightmare Alley,” “West Side Story,” “CODA” and “Dune” might fare on Sunday.
In an interesting year with a duel for the top award and some wide-open races, here’s how our expert is marking his ballot.
The theater plans to work with the Oscar-nominated film’s producers to adapt the story of a teenager torn between helping her deaf family and singing.
The victories are good news for those films’ Oscar chances: The best picture winner usually also picks up a screenplay trophy.
Jane Campion won the best director prize at Britain’s Academy Awards for her tense western in an evening that saw a host of surprise winners.
The deaf actor endured years of rejection and financial struggle. “I was so used to failure that I didn’t realize I would surpass even my own expectations.”
“Belfast” and “The Power of the Dog” will probably face off for the top prize, but each contender has a path to other statuettes. We explain.
Most of the top contenders can be watched at home. Here’s a guide to help you get a jump on the field.
The list will be unveiled Feb. 8. Our expert’s predictions are based on precursor awards and industry scuttlebutt. But in an unusually open year, he’d love to be wrong.
“Being the Ricardos” hit big, but some likely contenders, including Kristen Stewart, were overlooked.
With epics like “West Side Story” and biopics like “King Richard” in contention, Oscar voters have plenty of choices in a category that’s now set at 10 slots.
After the fall film festivals, several major contenders have emerged, including “Belfast,” “King Richard” and “The Power of the Dog.”
What worked online? What didn’t? And which films stood out? When you’re watching from home, feel-good movies don’t always have the same effect.