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Oscars: Academy Conducting 8 Sci-Tech Investigations for Awards Consideration

The Academy is conducting eight scientific and technical investigations with an eye toward next year's Oscars.

Academy President John Bailey Talks Museum Progress and Why He Won’t Speak at the Oscars

The cinematographer also opens up about a new code of conduct and the evolving meaning of movies in a disrupted Hollywood.

AMPAS, NASA Talk Science, Movies and Diversity at SIGGRAPH

"The bias starts early. This is where the media can play a role," says NASA JPL scientist.

Cheryl Boone Isaacs on Oscars Mix-Up: “You Stop Breathing”

The Academy president participated in a keynote conversation Thursday at FMX.

How New Oscars Rules Could Impact Animation Nominees

Eric Beckman, CEO of animation studio GKIDS, is "hopeful that quality will prevail."

William Friedkin on How He Filmed ‘The French Connection’s’ Iconic Car Chase

"I wouldn't do anything like this today," says the Oscar-winning director.

Ukraine Resolves Conflict Over Foreign-Language Oscar Selection Process

The country missed the deadline for this year's awards due to the rift.

NAB: Universal Becomes First Studio to Fully Commit to AMPAS’ ACES Digital Standard

Aimed at protecting the creative efforts of filmmakers in the digital age, the system could be implemented within two years.

Oscars: Academy Democratizes Board Elections, New Candidates Immediately Emerge

The move replaces a system "that many felt was confusing and cumbersome" with one that is "more democratic" and will produce a board that is "representative of our entire membership," Academy CEO…