Oscar 2019: Show to Telecast Live all 24 Categories after Protest

After a Thursday night meeting with top cinematographers, Academy leadership including president John Bailey and CEO Dawn Hudson have pledged to air every awards category on the live show a week from Sunday.

Oscar 2019: Winners–Just Stick to 90 Second Speech

The producers of this year’s Oscars show don’t plan on trimming any of the speeches that will air on the telecast on February 24.

Apollo, The: Opener of 2019 Tribeca Film Fest

The Tribeca Film Fest open its 18th edition with the world premiere of the HBO Documentary Film The Apollo, directed by Roger Ross Williams.

Oscar Scandals: Cinematographers Response to Academy’s New Strategy

Responding to the Academy’s decision to present four Oscar categories–cinematography, film editing, live-action shorts and makeup and hairstyling–during commercial breaks at the 91st Oscars broadcast, the American Society of Cinematographers president Kees van Oostrum sent a letter to the 380 members in which he called the move “most unfortunate,” adding, “We cannot quietly condone this decision without protest.”

Hollywood 2019: Chris Pratt Responds to Ellen Page Charges

After Oscar nominated actress Ellen Page called his church “infamously anti-LGBTQ” in a tweet last week, Chris Pratt has responded by saying “nothing could be further from the truth.”