What's The Oscars? What you don't know about the Academy Awards.

Academy Award 

The Oscars, or Academy Awards, are a number of awards presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills, California, in the United States annually, to recognize achievements in the film industry, and the awards were first presented in 1929, where they were first presented in 1929, where they received The winners of a small gold-plated statue, commonly called the Oscar, honor films released in the previous year, for example, the 2013 Film Awards are awarded in 2014, and the more than 5,000 members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences choose the nominees, and then by voting for the winner of the secret ballot.
Historians did not agree on the origin of the word "Oscar", but it is rumored that when she first saw the statue in 1928, "he looks like my uncle Oscar."


For the award's award, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is an honorary, not an educational, academy founded on May 11, 1927 in California, which has more than 6,000 members specializing in the film arts, including a huge voting committee of 5,816 actors, actresses and film professionals, including 1,311. Actor and actress. In addition to organizing annual Academy Awards competitions, the Academy organizes annual competitions for students who are not yet graduates of film arts universities. The ceremony takes place on February 28th each year.


In order for the film to be nominated for this concert, the film must have been screened in cinemas in California the previous year from January 1 to December 31, and the length of the film must be at least 40 minutes in order to compete for the award for feature films, otherwise it will be classified as a short film and must also be the size of the film that the film work is either 35 millimeters or 70 mm. Nominations are usually issued in early February each year, and these nominations are issued for the Awards of the Year

Academy Award categories 

The winners of the Academy Award are selected in twenty-four categories:

  •  Best Film. 
  •  Best Actor.
  •  Best Actress. 
  •  Best Supporting Actor. 
  •  Best Supporting Actress. 
  •  Best output. 
  •  Best Original Screenplay. 
  •  Best adapted scenario. 
  •  Best cinematography. 
  •  Best production design. 
  •  Best editing. 
  •  Best soundtrack. 
  •  Best original song. 
  •  Best fashion design. 
  •  Best makeup and hairstyling. 
  •  Best mixing sounds. 
  •  Best audio editing. 
  •  Best visual effects. 
  •  Best Foreign Language Film. 
  •  Best Animated Movie. 
  •  Best Short Film. 
  •  Best Live Short Film. 
  •  Best Short Documentary. 
  •  Best Documentary. 

Awards Ceremony

The Annual Oscars are held in March or February at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles, California. The event is one of the events that have wide media coverage and the participation of many major companies that try to use the night of the ceremony to promote their products of clothing and decorations and sometimes the ceremony is used to express controversial political opinions by the Oscar winners. Like the famous actor, Marlon Brando refused to receive the best actor award because of the U.S. government's attitude towards the Indians. Also during the awards ceremony in 2003, when many of the winners of the war in Iraq denounced, notably director Michael Moore, who won the award for best documentary.