What is an Oscar?
Oscar is the prestigious award for excellence in a documentary.
It was created by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 1936 and was given annually to the film that “best illustrates the spirit and aspirations of a nation”.
Here’s what you need to know about the Oscars.
How to celebrate the Oscars?
The ceremony is a time of great celebration, but the big day is a day to celebrate not only the winners of the Academy Awards but also the many other film nominees that were nominated.
The winners of this year’s awards will be announced at the Academy’s 50th anniversary celebration in 2018.
The Oscars are presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), which is run by the same people that run the Oscars for the rest of the year.
The Hollywood Foreign Media Association is the main international trade association representing the film industry.
Who’s the best?
Hollywood has always had some of the best actors in the world, but this year, the nominees have been split down the middle.
Oscar-nominated actor James Franco (Chronicle, The Social Network) and his fellow nominees include: Mahershala Ali (Dangerous Liaisons, The People v.