Name a movie that more people should watch.
RT @dawnhudson: The extraordinary Gong Li speaking at Cannes/Kering’s Women in Motion: keep your aim, never give up
RT @LeCNC: Serge Toubiana remet à John Bailey, Président de l’Académie des Oscars, les insignes d'officier dans l'ordre des Arts et des Let…
Congratulations to Academy President John Bailey on his much-deserved designation of Officer of the Ordre des Arts et Lettres. #WeAreTheAcademy
RT @AcademyMuseum: When completed, the #AcademyMuseum in Los Angeles will be a home for the global history and future of cinema. #Internati…
RT @uniFrance: « The Future is anything we imagine. » Welcoming @TheAcademy tonight at the #Cannes2019 UniFrance Terrace for a friendly 🍸 !…
“It’s our job to translate a vision into music. Digital renderings are a way to do that.” - Composer and Academy governor @Laura_Karpman on digital vs. analog in the filmmaking process #FilmLibrarians
On this day in 1929, we hosted the first-ever Academy Awards. What's been your favorite show over the years? https://medium.com/art-science/what-it-was-like-to-attend-the-first-academy-awards-c9e46030cd39
“Many people think that’s if it’s not online, it does not exist, and that’s not true. - Academy governor @Karaszewski on the great resources at the Margaret Herrick Library #FilmLibrarians
“What you do actually has the power to change lives.” - Academy governor @Karaszewski addressing today’s crowd at our #FilmLibrarians Conference
The X-Men cinematic universe began in 2000. Since then, the franchise has produced memorable films, storylines and characters over the years. What’s your favorite X-Men film? #XMenDay
We're proud to welcome our three new governors-at-large, @DeVonFranklin, @rodonblue and @janetyang1. Stay tuned for the complete 2019-2020 Academy Board of Governors next month! https://www.oscars.org/news/academy-announces-three-new-large-governors
Today, we remember Doris Day, who brought us so much joy with her humor, extraordinary talent and kind heart. Farewell to a Hollywood legend.
From the Oscar-winning "Ordinary People" to the "Spider-Man" sequels, screenwriter Alvin Sargent was a master storyteller whose work spanned generations. His talent will continue to inspire us all.
“Mom, thank you for teaching me about people and their stories. You are the original superhero.” - @iamRuthECarter, the first African-American woman to win the Oscar for Costume Design #MothersDay
“Mom, thank you for teaching me about people and their stories. You are the original superhero.” - @@iamRuthECarter, the first African-American woman to win the Oscar for Costume Design #MothersDay
Can you name this Oscar-nominated film?
Can you name the film?
"I'd especially like to thank a group of devoted individuals who, apart from my parents, have done the most to shape my life: my teachers." - George Lucas, accepting the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award #TeacherAppreciationDay
The #MetGala tonight celebrates the Costume Institute’s new exhibition on “camp” in fashion - what movie most embodies the word to you?
What’s your favorite film adaptation of a comic book? #FreeComicBookDay
That time when Darth Vader, Princess Leia and some Stormtroopers modeled at the Oscars before “Star Wars” won Best Costume Design. #Maythe4thBeWithYou
What’s the most iconic scene from your favorite action movie?
Best co-pilot in the galaxy. Thank you for all that you’ve given us, Peter Mayhew.
RT @SFFILM: SFFILM supports documentary filmmakers b/c more stories deserve to be told. Our #AcademyGrantInAction gives filmmakers artistic…
RT @BAMfilmBrooklyn: We support filmmakers because all voices are important. Thanks in part to support from @TheAcademy, we're able to show…
RT @canyoncinema: We support filmmakers because they offer us new ways of seeing. Thank you to @TheAcademy for supporting Canyon Cinema Dis…
RT @AnthologyFilm: We celebrate movies because they enable a deeper appreciation for the diversity of voices and experiences around us! Tha…
RT @filmcenter: We support filmmakers because we believe everyone has a story to tell and that a diversity of voices helps expand our minds…
RT @E_V_C_: We support filmmakers because they are the voices of their generation. Their films are a reflection of the times and have the p…
RT @AfricanFilmFest: We celebrate movies because they make us aware of our common cord. Thank you to @TheAcademy for supporting the 2019 Ne…
RT @CineQuaNonLab: We support filmmakers because they trigger social change Thank you @TheAcademy for supporting our Script Revision Lab #A…
RT @AsianCineVision: We support filmmakers because they amplify the voices of our #API community, who are often made invisible or cast as p…
RT @CIFF: We support filmmakers because their artwork inspires a ripple effect of change. #AcademyGrantInAction
RT @jbfc_ny: We support filmmakers because imaginative and inclusive storytelling expands our minds and progresses our film industry #Acade…
RT @filmindependent: We believe all stories should be represented in film. Thank you to @TheAcademy for supporting our 2019 Producing Lab F…
We are excited to announce our 2019 FilmCraft and FilmWatch grant recipients. Today, we’ll be sharing some of the amazing projects that are supported in part by Academy grants. #AcademyGrantInAction https://www.oscars.org/news/academy-announces-2019-20-filmcraft-and-filmwatch-grant-recipients
Can you name the Oscar-nominated film?
What's your story? Apply for this year's #Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting before today's deadline! https://www.oscars.org/nicholl/about
2015 #Nicholl fellow Elizabeth Chomko made her directorial debut last year with her Nicholl-winning script, “What They Had,” starring Hilary Swank, Michael Shannon, Robert Forster and Blythe Danner.
Michael Werwie’s #Nicholl-winning script, “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile,” was made into a movie this year, starring Zac Efron, Lily Collins, John Malkovich, Haley Joel Osment and Jim Parsons.
2010 #Nicholl fellow Destin Daniel Cretton has been tapped to direct Marvel's forthcoming movie “Shang-Chi,” the first with an Asian lead.
Did You Know: Novelist Jeffrey Eugenides became a #Nicholl fellow in 1986. His first book, “The Virgin Suicides,” was adapted by Sofia Coppola in 1999.
Disney’s “Princess and the Frog” was set in New Orleans during the Jazz Age. How are you celebrating #InternationalJazzDay?
RT @JordanPeele: RIP John Singleton. So sad to hear. John was a brave artist and a true inspiration. His vision changed everything.
The youngest-ever Best Director nominee and an inspiration to us all. John Singleton, you will be greatly missed.
What’s your favorite Oscars performance? #InternationalDanceDay
 
 
 
 
 
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