Writer / Actor / Director Walt Dohrn ("Shrek the Third" and "Trolls World Tour") joins this week's episode of #MyLifeInMovies to discuss JOJO RABBIT (2019), PURPLE RAIN (1984), AIRPLANE! (1980) and more.
Eddie Murphy's "Beverly Hills Cop" was released exactly 37 years ago on December 5, 1984. Murphy's explosive comedic instincts as Detective Axel Foley have helped cement this film as an all-time classic.
We’re excited to announce @BRONStudios Co-Founder and President @brendaagilbert will speak in conversation with producer Jinko Gotoh at the @AcademyMuseum to discuss the social impact behind animated short storytelling.
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In recognition of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, join us in this celebration of filmmakers with disabilities at the Oscars. We look forward to being a part of positive, ongoing progress for broader disability inclusion in the industry:
Join Spike Lee for a book signing presented in partnership with Chronicle Books on Dec 17, 5–7pm. Spike will be signing copies of his new book, SPIKE, which features rare photographs and director’s commentary on all his cinematic works. More details:
“All my life I've accumulated memories - they've become, in a way, my most precious possessions.”
Academy Award-winner Julianne Moore in "Still Alice" as linguistics professor Alice Howland who comes face-to-face with the devastating diagnosis of early-onset Alzheimer's disease.
Welcome to "Academy Conversations Uncut" - a new podcast series.
In our first episode, writer/producer/director @JordanPeele and actors @Lupita_Nyongo and @Winston_Duke join us to discuss the horror/thriller "US."
Do you wanna build a snowman? ☃️❄️
Take a peek behind the Oscars speech with filmmakers Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee (@alittlejelee) and Peter Del Vecho as they reflect on winning the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature for "Frozen."
The one, the only, the Divine Miss M.
Bette Midler received two Best Actress nominations for her performance as Rose in 1979's "The Rose" and Dixie Leonard in 1991's "For The Boys."
Sound off with which film we're watching tonight in honor of @BetteMidler's birthday?