Frances McDormand rousingly acknowledged women nominees, Jordan Peele made history, and The Shape of Water won big.
A roundup of all our best stories to get up to speed for the 90th Academy Awards
Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu and Wes Anderson's quirky hits lead with nine nominations apiece. But a risky screener gambit didn't pay off for Selma, which scored merely two nods of its own.
The Golden Globes' TV categories proved the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is on the cutting edge—hardly new territory for the organization.
Gone Girl, Inherent Vice, and Birdman may have their presence felt throughout awards season.
Playing accessory to an awards-show nominee is an inherently awkward task. Add in society's gender expectations, and it gets more so.
The '30 Rock' and 'Parks and Rec' stars' comedy is warm and hip, unlike the 'Family Guy' creator's.
The French festival is a launchpad for the year's most talked-about movies
Some critics are calling this year's Academy Awards the worst ever. Is the "127 Hours" star to blame?
What one man learned from seeing every nominated film, back to back
A look at who won in the major categories, along with highlights from their acceptance speeches
In the final hours before the Academy Awards, a look at the factors that are affecting the Best Picture race
A primer on what the sound mixing, sound editing, and visual effects categories honor
Last year, the Academy increased the nominees pool from five to ten—which was a win for studios and audiences alike
How aging Academy members could affect this year's awards races
A conversation with the photographer who has documented the Academy Awards every year for over a decade
A selection of photographer Art Streiber's most memorable images from a decade of covering the Academy Awards
These two films were once considered awards shoo-ins, but failed to make the nominees lists. What happened?
A look at the highs and lows of the ceremony that rewarded Betty White, Natalie Portman, "The King's Speech" and others
The Academy's choices this year shows voters' increasing distrust of commercially successful films