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Iran-Denmark animation ‘Song Sparrow’ wins Oscar ticket in Chile
The joint production of Iran and Denmark ‘Song Sparrow’, directed by Farzaneh Omidvarnia, qualified for Oscar 2021 after winning the Best International Short Animation award at the 20th Festival Internacional de Cine de Lebu in Chile.
‘Joker’ and ‘Irishman’ lead Oscar nominees
The latest round of Oscar nominations was fully announced and ‘Joker’ leads this year's pack with 11 nominations with ‘The Irishman’, ‘1917’, ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ all following close behind with 10.
New Year’s Honors List announced
Director Sam Mendes, whose World War I film ‘1917’ is causing serious Oscar buzz, was awarded a knighthood in the latest round of honors handed out by Queen Elizabeth II. Mendes is being recognized for “services to drama” in the annual New Year’s Honors List.
Iran’s ‘Finding Farideh’ misses out on Oscar shortlist
Iranian documentary, ‘Finding Farideh,’ which was picked by Iranian cinematic officials to represent the country for the upcoming Oscars, failed to make it to the primary shortlist announced on Tuesday.
20 contenders advance in visual effects Oscar race
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences raised the curtain on its list of contenders for the visual effects Oscar. The 20 pics include superhero blockbusters, the next Star Wars film, war movies, a Netflix original and the upcoming adaptation of one of Broadway’s biggest hit musicals.
Iran's ‘Driving Lessons’ eligible for Oscar nod
Iranian short film ‘Driving Lessons’, directed by Marzieh Riahi, has become eligible for the 92nd Academy Awards consideration.
Academy rules no change in streaming Oscar eligibility
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will not change eligibility rules for the Oscars, despite speculation that streaming companies might see a crackdown on their release practices when pursuing golden trophies.
Oscar winners are getting older, analysis reveals
How long is too long? If Glenn Close, as she is widely tipped to do, wins the best actress Oscar for her performance in 'The Wife' at the 91st Academy Awards, it will mark the end of a 37-year wait for the industry's top honor.
Women snagged record 28% of 2019 Oscar nominations, an all-time high
Women accounted for 27.5 percent of all the Oscar nominees in 2019, a slight uptick from last year's record-setting year, in which only 26.8 percent of the nominations went to women.
Oscar nominations announced
Nominations for the 91st Academy Awards were announced bright and early Tuesday morning, with TV stars Kumail Nanjiani (‘Silicon Valley’) and Tracee Ellis Ross (‘Black-ish’) on hand to reveal the nominees in 24 categories in the running for cinema’s highest honor.
1947 best-picture Oscar sells for nearly $500,000 at auction
One Academy Award trophy sold for nearly $500,000 and the second for well over $200,000 in a rare auction of Oscars that ended in Los Angeles.
Iran's 'No Date, No Signature' joins Oscar contenders at Asian festival
Iranian film 'No Date, No Signature' by Vahid Jalilvand joined other Foreign-Language Oscar contenders from Asia to vie at the Fourth Asian World Film Festival in Los Angeles, California.
Iran, among top five successful countries in Oscar's history
The success of Iranian cinema in terms of winning the Best Foreign Language Film Award in Oscars competition was 8.69 percent to rank it in the fourth position in this category.
Oscar contender 'Song of Granite' to compete in 2018 FIff
The drama 'Song of Granite' by Pat Collins, about the life of folk singer Joe Heaney, which was Ireland's selection for best foreign-language film at the 2018 Academy Awards, will be screened in the International Competition category of this year's Fajr International Film Festival (FIff).

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