Brendan Fraser, Óscar al mejor actor por «La Ballena»: en su filmografía, una gran película provida

Brendan Fraser recibió este domingo,en el Teatro Dolby de Los Ángeles, su primer Óscar al mejor actor por su interpretación en La ballena (2022) de Darren Aronofsky. Un premio que reconoce no solo su trabajo, sino el esfuerzo realizado para representar a su personaje, un hombre de 270 kilos imposibilitado para salir de su casa … Read more

Almería, en la terna española de películas para los Óscar de la mano de Víctor Erice

Almería podría estar presente en la próxima edición de los Premios Óscar, la número 96, de la mano de Víctor Erice y su película ‘Cerrar los ojos’, rodada en parte en localizaciones de la provincia.  Será así si se cumplen dos condiciones: primero, que la Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas de España la … Read more

Troy Kotsur: «Me, the first deaf actor nominated for an Oscar. The nomination? like an honorary degree

Of Stefania Ulivi For his role in «The signs of the heart – CODA» he has already collected awards. “Technology has improved the lives of deaf people so much. This film will be important “There nominations? It’s like I’ve received one honorary degree career after so much hard work. Waiting to understand how the evening … Read more

Castello di Torrechiara: the preparation of the set of “Verona” has begun, a film with an Oscar

The set-up operations for the filming of the feature film entitled “Verona” started on 17 November at the Castle of Torrechiara, which will involve the castle and part of the village. The musical film “Verona”, produced by the US Verona Partner Picture LLC with the executive production of Iervolino & Lady Bacardi Entertainment SpA and … Read more

“I had a hard time, but I’m grateful”: more than eight months after the Oscar scandal, Will Smith returns in the film “Emancipation”, on Apple TV +

The last image we had of Will Smith was the slap he slapped on Chris Rock at the last Oscars. Today, he brings a famous slave from (sad) American history back to life in a film that is both hard and beautiful, but above all essential. AppleTV+ Published on 09/12 at 09:45 By Jean-Philippe Darquenne … Read more

Young winner of the “Catholic Oscar” from the Vatican asks for help to make more films for God

The young Peruvian Catholic Cristian García, director of BienAventurados Films, a Peruvian audiovisual production company that won the so-called “Catholic Oscar” from the Vatican, asked for help to continue bringing more souls to God through cinema. Cristian, of Augustinian spirituality, founded BienAventurados Films in 2018. To date he has created more than 15 short films, … Read more

Unknown to the general public, this French director received an Oscar!

On November 19, the Academy of Oscars hailed the career of Euzhan Palcy. A look back at the exceptional career of this Martinican filmmaker, to whom we owe the film “Rue Cases-Nègres”. A true pioneer in the representation of black communities on screen, director Euzhan Palcy unfortunately remains unknown in mainland France. An injustice repaired … Read more

The Importance of Being Earnest: Oscar Wilde’s play returns to the stage

Oscar Wilde’s play, The Importance of Being Constant, returns to the stage at the Hébertot Theater until November 30, 2022. The opportunity to discover one of the author’s most emblematic works between comedy and social purpose . While the play directed by Arnaud Denis (Wise women, What’s coming and what’s to come, Miss Moliere…) had … Read more

“The Importance of Being Constant”: Oscar Wilde in a brilliant adaptation with actors at the party at the Hébertot Theater in Paris

The Importance of Being Consistent by Oscar Wilde, created in 1895 in London, is a jewel of Victorian theatre. Arnaud Denis’ staging transposes the play to the 1920s, and underlines its social criticism. An independent youth faces the old guard of another age. A universal subject that transcends time, where Wilde’s biting humor excels. Jack … Read more

Sacheen Littlefeather, activist who turned down Oscar for Marlon Brando’s godfather, dies at 75 | Pretty Reel

Sacheen Littlefeather, the activist who made national news in 1973 when she refused to accept Marlon Brando’s Oscar for The Godfather, has died. The news was announced by the Academy of Motion Pictures and comes after a battle with breast cancer. Littlefeather was 75 years old. In 1973, Brando boycotted the Academy Awards in order … Read more