The cause of the anxiety is a memory of a childhood incident in which his brother was taken away by police — an early instance of abandonment.
2017’s Academy Awards will be handed out this Sunday night, and forecasters increasingly expect it to come down to a battle between Damien Chazelle’s La La Land and Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight for Best Picture. According to a new poll on all things Oscars by The Hollywood Reporter, however, couldn’t name those two films — or any of the other seven contenders — as nominees for the award. According to THR’s survey (conducted with the National Research Group in February), 60 percent of the 800 people questioned drew a blank when it came to Best Picture nominees — and in many respects, those results crossed political lines.
Eight-year-old co-lead of nominee for Best Picture, Drama, makes the most of his segment, drawing new attention to the film
'60 Minutes' report from Down Under tells the real-life story dramatized in indie hit — and it deepens the understanding of the big-screen drama
The Oscars are still five months away, but consider awards season under way now that Hollywood has returned home from film festivals in Venice, Telluride, and Toronto. (So yes, that means awards season pretty much runs for half a calendar year.)
Sundance breakout Birth of a Nation, Ang Lee’s first film since winning best director and an adaptation of best seller Girl on a Train might take center stage this time next year. Here’s a quick rundown of the prospective contenders for 2017 Oscars.