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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.
It was a weird year for cinema, but there were plenty of great films. It would be an honor to see these get a nod.
Roles in the ceremony and related events included performing the national anthem and leading the vice president in the oath of office.
The casting has fueled a debate about structural racism and fanned anger about stereotyping and prejudice in European-language voice-overs, even when films have main characters of color.
“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” “Sylvie’s Love” and “Soul” understand the music and its place in African-American life, a welcome break with Hollywood history.
A look at the ways filmmakers and musicians collaborated to present an accurate view of players’ artistry.
This inventive tale stars Jamie Foxx as a jazz musician caught in a world that human souls pass through on their way into and out of life.
Mindful of animation’s history of racist imagery, the studio aimed to make the jazz pianist at the center of the film as specific as possible.
The screening rooms were closed. The festivals were virtual. The blockbusters were in storage. Even so, our critics found abundant and inspiring signs of cinematic life in the pandemic.
Kemp Powers is the co-director of “Soul” and screenwriter of “One Night in Miami,” but his collaborators may not know just how much of himself is in those films.
Every month, subscription streaming services add a new batch of titles to their libraries. Here are our picks for December.
The pandemic has hastened at-home viewing trends and will probably disrupt longtime traditions like the Oscars. Here’s a season-by-season look at the movie calendar.