Online this year, the Museum of Modern Art’s Contenders program features all the best bets for the imminent film awards season.
Parasite took home four Oscars on Sunday. Congrats to the #BongHive for their triumph.
Hyperallergic speaks to the directors of the first film nominated for both the Best Documentary Feature and Best International Feature Oscars, about its creation and reception.
Once in a blue moon, the Academy Awards hit the nail on the head. In advance of Sunday’s ceremony, stream the films the Oscars properly recognized in years past, from Babe to Spirited Away.
Syrian director Feras Fayyad, whose film The Cave is nominated for Best Documentary Feature, is the latest high-profile artist experiencing visa troubles.
Joker, The Irishman, 1917, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and Parasite are some of the most decorated films among the nominations.
The documentary Advocate, profiling controversial lawyer Lea Tsemel, has become an unlikely Oscar contender.
Social media has come to the defense of Genevieve Nnaji’s Lionheart, which was disqualified from competing in the newly renamed category of Best International Feature Film, formerly known as the Best Foreign Language Film.
From a film on basketball legend Kobe Bryant to an adaptation of Roald Dahl poems, this is the first crop of nominees in many years without a single dud.
Often lost amid the Oscar season hype parade, the Academy Award–nominated short films are the lagniappe of the affair, a little extra dose of movie popcorn to munch on and enjoy, even if you skip out on the actual award show.
The nominees for the 2015 Academy Awards are out today, and from Mr. Turner to Finding Vivian Maier, there’s a fair chance of some visual art films taking home gold-plated statuettes and adding Oscar medallions to their DVD cases.
As soon as those of us at Hyperallergic heard that Banksy was nominated for an Academy Award, we knew that drama had to follow. Here’s the latest. The Academy had to grapple with what to do with an anonymous winner.