In honor of the 25th anniversary of the Oscars, EW is bringing you the best moments from the past five years of the annual awards ceremony.
In 2017, it’s the time for a brand new batch of nominees, but that doesn’t mean the nominations are empty.
Here are some things you should know about the 2017 awards:1.
The Academy Awards are a show that has evolved over the years2.
Each year the Academy awards seven categories for excellence in film, TV, music, comedy, drama, animation, and animation-related categories.
Each category is a different type of award, with each category focusing on different aspects of the film, television, music or comedy genres.3.
The ceremony takes place in the Los Angeles Convention Center.
The main ceremony takes about 45 minutes.
The Emmys are typically held in the historic Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles.4.
The awards ceremony is broadcast on Sunday, January 12, 2019.5.
Each of the three finalists for Best Picture will receive an honorary Oscar for Best Achievement in Television.
In addition, each nominee for Best Actress in a Leading Role will receive the Grand Prize in the category of Best Actor.
The nominations are:Amy Adams for “Argo”Best Actor: Tom Hardy for “A Beautiful Mind”Best Actress: Kate Winslet for “Spotlight”Best Supporting Actor: Michael Shannon for “The Shape of Water”Best Supporting Actress: Melissa McCarthy for “Moonlight”Nominations for Best Original Screenplay, Music or Comedy:The Oscar for Musical or Comedy Film: “Spot Light” (The Weinstein Co.)
The Oscar with the Most Significant Film Production or Event: “The Grand Budapest Hotel” (Universal Pictures)The Oscar honoring a work of art or originality: “Beasts of No Nation” (Warner Bros.)
The Oscars for Documentary Film: “”Spotlight”” (WarNER Bros.)
“Spotlight,” directed by Jon Watts, is based on the true story of the CIA’s controversial interrogation program, known as COINTELPRO.
It follows the story of a former high-ranking U.S. intelligence officer who was charged with spying for the Soviet Union.
The film won Best Documentary Feature at the 35th Annual Academy Awards in 2015.
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