Academy Awards

The Academy will allow films to be screened at drive-ins to qualify for 2021 Oscars

With many movie theaters still closed due to COVID-19, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced it will allow drive-in screenings to help films qualify for the 2021 Oscars.
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The Oscars Set New 'Representation and Inclusion' Standards for Best Picture Nominees

The Oscars have set new standards in order for future films to be nominated for Best Picture. Read more about the new inclusion requirements on RADIO.COM.
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The Academy Unveils New Inclusion Standards and Will Feature 10 Best Picture Oscar Nominees

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences are implementing some new changes for the Oscars. On Friday, they unveiled plans for the latest equity and inclusion initiative called Academy Aperture 2025. Read more now.
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Oscars Will Consider Streamed Films That Haven’t Played in Theaters Due to Coronavirus

The Oscars are changing the rules in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Typically, a film needs to have a seven-day theatrical run in a commercial movie theater in Los Angeles for it to be eligible for Academy Awards consideration.
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From Award Rejections to History-Making Winners: Here's a Look at Oscar Firsts

For decades the Academy Awards have been honoring the best the film industry has to offer and along the way, they have made history with some notable firsts. For example, in 1940, Hattie McDaniel became the first African American person to win an Oscar. She took home Best Supporting Actress for her...
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