All of the Oscar winners can be watched at home. Here’s a guide.
Ms. Youn is the first Asian woman to win the best supporting actress Oscar since 1957. But it’s her life story — as well her characters — that made her award resonate among Koreans.
I spoke with directors of the films competing for the top prize at the Oscars. Here are my takeaways.
A trend called “newtro” is cool in Seoul.
Our expert is here to help you catch up to one of the strangest awards seasons on record. Here is what he thinks will win.
The drama dares to show sympathy for an emotionally distant patriarch and his relatively powerless wife — figures familiar to this child of immigrants.
At the pandemic Oscars, anything could happen. Here are the lessons from the nominations: The good, the bad and what needs fixing.
From a pajama-clad Jodie Foster to the teary “Minari” child star Alan S. Kim, they managed to make their acceptance speeches work from home.
The veteran Korean star Yuh-Jung Youn has had a thriving career for five decades — all because of a choice she made when she failed her college entrance exam.
Lee Isaac Chung narrates an early scene from his Oscar-nominated film about Korean immigrants who move to rural Arkansas.
The writer and director Lee Isaac Chung narrates a sequence from his film featuring Steven Yeun, Yeri Han, Noel Kate Cho and Alan Kim.
Though other acting categories appear sewn up, the supporting-actress race is still deliciously chaotic.
Each of the eight contenders has a path to victory, but it will be harder for some than others. For now, keep your eye on “Nomadland.”
It should be the most diverse Oscar lineup in ages, and history may be made in the best-director category. Still, expect some snubs and controversies.
Nearly all of the big winners from the evening are available to stream. Here’s a look at where to find them and what The Times first had to say about them.
Sacha Baron Cohen and his news-making movie could sweep the comedy categories. In drama, “The Trial of the Chicago 7” and “Nomadland” will battle it out.
With “Minari,” Lee Isaac Chung tells a semi-autobiographical tale of growing up Korean-American in the heartland.
Steven Yeun plays the patriarch of an immigrant family adjusting to American rural life in Lee Isaac Chung’s lovely new film
Lulu Wang, Lee Isaac Chung, Bing Liu, Alan Yang, Justin Chon, Sandi Tan and Mira Nair talk forthrightly about staying true to themselves while navigating Hollywood and issues of identity.