Oscar-Winning Donald Duck Short About Nazi Germany Taken Off Russia's List of Extremist Material
The 1942 cartoon 'Der Fuehrer's Face' was put on the list following a court case for "inciting hatred and enmity".
Oscars: Academy Empowers Members to Select Half of Executive Committees (Exclusive)
The move, which was announced by the organization's CEO Dawn Hudson in an email on Tuesday, gives members a greater voice in the selection of new members and the determination of rules governing awards voting.
Oscars: Board of Governors Election Results Signal Support for Current Academy Leadership (Analysis)
Just months after the Academy's response to #OscarsSoWhite2 divided its members, the vast majority of incumbent governors won re-election.
Academy Elects Steven Spielberg, Laura Dern to Board of Governors
While two new minority members, Roger Ross Williams and Sharen K. Davis, are joining the board, the number of women on the board remains essentially the same.
Oscars: Will the Academy Embrace Diversity Like the Emmys? (Analysis)
THR's awards analyst surveys the field and sees big potential for films about people of color — from fest faves 'Birth of a Nation' and 'Loving' to upcoming 'Fences' and 'A United Kingdom,' plus 'Hidden Figures," which is moving into 2016.
Oscars: Chart of Academy Board of Governors Terms and Seat Openings
THR has composed a one-of-a-kind view of the composition of the board over the past decade and which seats are coming up for grabs in the future.
- Daniel Dae Kim on the Academy's New Members: "It Feels Like a Substantive Move"
- Oscars: NAACP Applauds Academy's Diversity Efforts
- Oscars: Campaigns May Change After Party Crackdown, Spike in International Members (Analysis)
- Oscars: New Members Highlight Advances Women Are Making in Traditionally Male-Oriented Crafts
- Oscars: New Members Applaud Academy's Commitment to Diversity
- Oscars: Academy Cracks Down on Awards Season Partying
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Justin Lin ('Star Trek Beyond')
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'The Martian': TIFF Review
Ridley Scott adapts Andy Weir's sci-fi novel about an astronaut, played by Matt Damon, left stranded and struggling to survive on Mars.
'The Big Short': AFI Fest Review
Adam McKay's all-star comedy vehicle is about a bunch of Wall Street wiseguys who made a mint out of the financial crisis.
'Room': Telluride Review
Brie Larson stars as a mother forced to raise her child in a single room in Lenny Abrahamson's adaptation of the popular novel by Emma Donoghue.
'Bridge of Spies': NYFF Review
Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg reteam for the director's new movie, a true-life espionage tale that premiered at the New York Film Festival.
'Spotlight': Venice Review
Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo and Rachel McAdams play Boston Globe reporters trying to expose a cover-up of sexually abusive priests in Tom McCarthy's fact-based drama.