Historia de un Oso
Sinopse: Quem é o animal da história?
Bastidores: Vencedor do Oscar 2016 de Melhor Curta-Metragem de Animação
The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr Morris Lessmore
Wendi McLendon-Covey e Ellie Kemper entregam aos diretores William Joyce e Brandon Oldenburg o Oscar de Melhor Animação em Curta-Metragem pelo filme The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore na 84ª cerimônia de premiação da Academia.
A figurinista Colleen Atwood pode conquistar sua quarta estatueta dourada em 2017 por seu trabalho em "Alice Através do Espelho", "O Lar das Crianças Peculiares", "Animais Fantásticos e Onde Habitam" ou "O Caçador e a Rainha do Gelo", todas superproduções previstas para 2016.
Desde "Adoráveis Mulheres" (Little Women, 1995) até "Caminhos da Floresta" (Into The Woods, 2015) foram 11 indicações e as premiações por "Chicago"(2003), "Memórias de Uma Gueixa" (2006) e "Alice no País das Maravilhas" (2011).
Symmetry - The Searchers (1956)
Pushing through the doorway into the wild, capturing the frontier man as he approaches from afar.
Beautiful - Raging Bull (1980)
The operatic shadowboxing of a hooded pugilist, bouncing in slow motion, glowing in the occasional snap of a flashbulb, completely at home in the ring.
Beautiful - Apocalypse Now (1979)
A different kind of operatic violence in its serene ballet of smoke, fire, and helicopters.
In Media Res - Star Wars: A New Hope (1977)
Panning down from those iconic scrolling titles into an empty starscape, a rebel ship screams into frame throwing us into the middle of a chase we know nothing about.
Space - Contact (1997)
A tour of our universe turns into a simultaneous retrospective of modern human history via the reach of our radio waves
Movie Microcosm - Fight Club (1999)
A longshot tour through innerspace - in this case the brain of our hero.
Movie Microcosm - Day for Night (1973)
Creating and subverting our expectations; defining the world we're going to inhabit in a way we don't understand until the next shot turns it on its head
Long Scene - Flowers of Shanghai (1998)
An absolutely beautiful oil-lamp-lit 9 minute long shot that pans patiently back and forth across a table in a Chinese brothel following the complicated dynamic of an entire party.
Long Take - The Player (1992)
A meticulously choreographed crane shot that comments on itself and its industry while simultaneously setting up the entirety of the plot.
Long Take - Touch of Evil (1958)
Criss-crossing a moving bomb with our heroes time and time again, the audience has no choice but to wait anxiously for it to explode.
Too gross. Too creepy. Too sad...or just too bad. Sometimes a film dishes out more than we can handle. Whether it's crazy camera work or unbearable scenes, there are plenty of reasons that audiences prematurely head to the exits. Here are a few films that were just too hard to sit through...
The Walk | 0:23
Freaks | 1:23
127 Hours | 2:40
Irreversible | 3:32
Tree of Life | 4:45
Cloverfield | 5:39
Cool hand Luke (1967)
Was admittedly up against a tough field, but it's a movie that's stood the test of time, and absolutely deserved a nomination.
The Dark Knight (2008)
Didn't score a nomination in the very last year there were only 5 Best Picture nominations, and the Academy apparently wasn't risking giving a nod to a genre film.
Singin' in the Rain (1952)
Hands down one of the greatest movie musicals ever, this absolute timeless classic didn't even get nominated, while the winner - "The Greatest Show on Earth" - is probably on no one's "Best movie ever" list.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
Maybe its art house indie vibe turned off Academy voters, but ten years later, audiences everywhere still appreciate "Eternal Sunshine"
King Kong (1933)
It was the early days of the Academy, but King Kong's impact has endured to this day.
And then a trio of overlooked Hitchcock films:
North By Northwest (1956), Psycho (1957) Vertigo (1958)
What have you got against Hitchcock, Academy?!
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968):
One of the most groundbreaking works of direction, visual storytelling, and all-around spectacle wasn't even nominated in the Best Picture category. (Though Stanley Kubrick was nominated for Best Director and Screenplay, and won Visual Effects)
Do The Right Thing (1989)
One of Spike Lee's first great films isn't even nominated in the year Driving Miss Daisy won.
Direção: Terry George
Elenco: Robin Swicord , Christian Bale , Oscar Isaac , Shohreh Aghdashloo , Charlotte Le Bon , James Cromwell
Sinopse: Um apotecário armênio (Oscar Isaac) parte de sua pequena vila no interior para a cosmopolita Constantinopla, para aprofundar seu conhecimento em uma escola de medicina. Na nova cidade, vê o mundo através dos olhos vívidos de uma artista (Charlotte Le Bon) e de um jornalista americano (Christian Bale). A inevitável sedução que se segue forma um triângulo amoroso às portas da Primeira Guerra Mundial - quando ninguém imaginaria os horrores que se seguiriam.