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Oscars 2014

‘Breath’ (‘Nafas’): Film Review

War and revolution are seen through the eyes of a bright little girl in Narges Abyar's 'Breath' ('Nafas'), Iran’s foreign-language film Oscar submission.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Craig Zadan and Neil Meron (‘The Wiz Live!’)

Hollywood's go-to producers for anything related to musical theater — the movie musical 'Chicago,' music-filled Oscar shows and NBC's live musicals — dish on color-blind casting, hate-watching and plans to bring 'The Wiz' and 'Bombshell' to Broadway.

Major Sporting Finals Top Canadian TV Rankings in 2014

Numeris' year-end data has the Super Bowl and Sochi 2014 as stand out TV tentpoles

Oscars: What Happens When a Polar Vortex Hits Your Shoot? Plus 7 More Tales of the Unexpected

From Ridley Scott to Tommy Lee Jones, eight directors at the top of their game reveal the on-the-fly decisions that had to be made, disrupting even their best-laid plans

Grammys: Oscar Winners, Nominees, Wannabes to Face Off in Multiple Categories

'Frozen,' 'American Hustle,' 'The Wolf of Wall Street,' 'Gone Girl,' 'Guardians of the Galaxy' all up for music prizes

‘Virunga’ Director Talks Oscar Buzz, Leonardo DiCaprio and Aggressive Lawyers

Orlando van Einsiedel's Netflix-backed documentary is one of 15 on next year's Oscar shortlist

Oscars: Why ‘Interstellar’s’ Unorthodox Sound Mixing Could Win It an Oscar

Despite the controversy over Christopher Nolan's choices, the film is still a clear frontrunner

Oscars: ‘Let It Go’ Is (Phew!) Gone as Coldplay, Glen Campbell Vie for Best Song

The Disney juggernaut dominated the original song category last season, but the playing field is even this year

Oscars: How ‘Imitation Game’ Team Re-Created the Turing Machine

"Our version of the machine had to look convincing," says production designer Maria Djurkovic

Oscars: Greg Berlanti to Serve as Head Writer for Telecast

Director Hamish Hamilton returns for his third outing as director as more members of the show's production team were announced Friday

‘The Imitation Game,’ ‘Birdman’ to Open Poland’s Camerimage Festival

The festival, which honors the art of cinematography, will open Nov. 15 with a double bill

Are Pundits Underestimating the Awards Potential for ‘Boyhood’ Star Ellar Coltrane?

The 20-year-old newcomer could, conceivably, ride the popularity of his film to a best actor Oscar nomination