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‘Minari’ Star Yuh-Jung Youn Makes Oscar History

The Korean star took home the best supporting actress trophy, capping her momentum from the COVID-era awards season.

Oscars 2021: Where to Watch the Nominees Online

Awards contenders including 'Mank,' 'Nomadland' and 'The Trial of the Chicago 7' are available to watch before the 93rd annual Academy Awards on Sunday.

Critics’ Conversation: Maher, ‘Messiah,’ ‘Mank’ and Other Oscar Odds and Ends

Two THR critics weigh in on what the Oscars mean after a year of despair, offer differing takes on the polarizing 'Promising Young Woman,' and assess the progress and frustrations of an Academy in transition.

From Punchline to Oscar Contenders: The Overdue Rise of Asians in Hollywood

Five years ago, a joke about Asian kids as Oscar accountants and iPhone sweatshop workers landed during an otherwise racially conscious telecast, galvanizing a community that since has raised its collective voice in the industry.

‘Minari’s Yuh-Jung Youn Reflects on 50-Year Career: “I’m a Very Old-Time Actress”

The actress is making history as the first Korean  performer nominated for best supporting actress, looks back at an acting career born out of survival. 

Yuh-Jung Youn Clarifies Viral BAFTA Awards Speech: “Hello, Britain, Forgive Me”

During a career retrospective, the Oscar-nominated star praised iconic British thespians like Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Helen Mirren while apologizing for saying Brits are "very snobbish people."

Artios Awards: ‘Borat 2,’ ‘Trial of the Chicago 7,’ ‘Minari’ Among Film Winners

The Casting Society of America handed out prizes in categories spanning TV, film and theater in a virtual event hosted by Yvette Nicole Brown.

‘Minari’ Broke New Ground for Storytellers of Color, But Creatives Don’t Want to Be Pigeonholed

The Oscar-nominated film navigates the immigrant American journey, but writer-director Lee Isaac Chung, producer Christina Oh and Steven Yeun emphasize its themes are broader than the Asian American experience: "We were just trying to tell something honest."

‘News of the World,’ ‘Minari’ Composers Break Down Their Approaches for Scoring Somber Dramas

Oscar nominees James Newton Howard and Emile Mosseri open up about their work on stories about personal struggle in America.

Young ‘Minari’ Star Alan Kim on His Film Debut and Acting Advice From Steven Yeun and Youn Yuh-Jung

After a standout performance in Lee Isaac Chung’s film, the 8-year-old has quickly become this season’s awards darling.

Santa Barbara Film Fest: Four of Five Oscar-Nominated Directors Set for Tribute (Exclusive)

Lee Isaac Chung, David Fincher, Thomas Vinterberg and Chloé Zhao will participate in a virtual sitdown with THR's Scott Feinberg.

‘Minari’ Star Youn Yuh-jung Nonchalant About New Fame Outside South Korea

Youn needs no introduction in her home country, but international audiences are only just discovering her because of Lee Isaac Chung's semi-autobiographical drama that's in the running for an Academy Award.