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WHY WE SHOULDN’T BE SHOCKED ABOUT PARASITE’S BIG WIN

  Parasite made history at the 2020 Oscars by not only receiving the first (and second, third and fourth) award for a South Korean film, but also for becoming the first film in a non-English language to take home the coveted Best Picture. Leading up to Hollywood’s biggest night of the year, everyone loved Parasite.…

THE ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS ARE OUT FOR 2020

Oscar is a picky man who fraternizes, for the most part, with fellow white males. You’ll often find him comfortable in their homes, but that doesn’t stop Hollywood from getting dolled up each year to entice him into the shelves of more diverse living rooms. The 92nd Academy Awards nominations proved that this isn't an…

THE COMPLETE LIST OF GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS 2020

Predictions for Oscar winners have already begun, propelled by the rounds of nominees doled out by the Golden Globes and the Screen Actors Guild last week. Most of the Golden Globe nominees affirmed cord-cutters and the unquestionable shift of talent, audiences and awards to streaming services (that brought in a total of 30 nominations compared…

Governors Awards 2019

INCLUSIVITY WAS THE THEME FOR THIS YEAR’S GOVERNORS AWARDS

Five decades ago, Lina Wertmüller became the first woman ever to be nominated for an Oscars category that was almost entirely monopolized by white men. Only four other women were nominated for ‘Best Director’ in subsequent years, and Lina made history with her 1975 movie, Seven Beauties.  On October 27 this year, Wertmüller was awarded…

SURPRISES AND DISAPPOINTMENTS AT THE 2018 OSCARS

The 90th annual Academy Awards took place Sunday evening at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. Hollywood's biggest and brightest night, the ceremony saw a number of surprising wins, as well as shoo-ins that dominated the past few months of awards season. Read on for highlights and a list of winners from the night! Jimmy…

THE WINNERS, THE FASHION & THE MOONLIGHT MIXUP OF THE OSCARS

Sunday, February 26th marked the 89th Academy Awards. First time host Jimmy Kimmel began his opening monologue with a couple choice remarks to Trump and berated him for blasting Meryl Streep on Twitter giving Streep a standing ovation. After the Oscars boycott in 2016 for the lack of racial diversity, this year was filled with…

LA LA LAND GOES ON TO DOMINATE 2017 BAFTA AWARDS

While music lovers gathered around their televisions on Sunday night for the annual Grammy Awards, film addicts tuned in on the same evening for the EE British Academy Film Awards (Baftas). The UK equivalent of the Academy Awards was unsurprisingly dominated by ubiquitous musical, "La La Land" which took home five trophies including the award…

DIVERSITY & LA LA LAND DEFINE THE 2017 OSCAR NOMINATIONS

A movie musical and long overdue recognition of black talent are breathing some life back into the Academy Awards. Oscar nominations were released today and the big news is that six black actors have been nominated in lead or supporting categories, marking a big departure from last year's #OscarsSoWhite fiasco. In the lead categories Denzel Washington…

OSCARS 2016 – THE WINNERS

The 88th Academy Awards, held on Sunday, February 28th in Los Angeles, California, was a night filled with Oscar firsts and big wins. Host, Chris Rock, took on the subject of the controversy over lack of racial diversity and the Oscar Boycott in style. In pure comedic fashion he made light of an intense situation…

NATALIE PORTMAN PLAYS RUNAWAY BRIDE IN MISS DIOR SHORT FILM

Natalie Portman is happily married in real life, but in the new Miss Dior fragrance short film, she plays the part of a runaway bride. Directed by Anton Corbijn, the film is set to the tune of Janis Joplin‘s “Piece of My Heart.” In the film, Natalie runs away from the altar, discards her white Dior wedding dress, and…

OSCAR NOMINATIONS 2015

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced its 2015 Oscar nominations January 15th. For Best Picture, the academy can nominate up to 10 movies, but stopped short with eight this year, leaving out "Into the Woods," "Foxcatcher," and "Unbroken." Most of the eight are expected; “Birdman,” “Boyhood,” “Selma,” and the big Academy-oriented…

“STILL ALICE” – JULIANNE MOORE AT THE TOP OF HER GAME

“I wish I had cancer.” How’s that for a salvo? If it throws you for a loop, it won’t take long before your mind begins to wonder, “What fresh hell could be more harrowing than that?” The answer, both in life and in Still Alice, is a slow and steady deterioration of the brain, the…

10 FILMS YOU MUST SEE BEFORE THE OSCARS

Masters of Hollywood – from directors to actors – anticipate awards season each and every year, hoping that their work throughout the past 12 months will gain them a coveted nomination. Whether you think of the Golden Globes, the Screen Actors Awards, or the prestigious Oscars when you think of the most exciting night for…

WINNERS FROM THE 2014 ACADEMY AWARDS

Last night, The Oscars gave us thrills and chills as newcomer Lupita Nyong'o was honored for her work in 12 Years a Slave, as Jared Leto and Matthew McConaughey both won for their work in Dallas Buyers Club and as the best in the business gathered to bask in the wonderful work that cinema has produced over the…

THE BEST DRESSED FROM THE 2014 OSCARS RED CARPET

The Oscars red carpet fashion is one of the highlights of the year for the fashion world; it's the who's who of designer couture. This year did not disappoint when it came to stars showing up in gorgeous gowns and dresses and The Untitled Magazine is here to give you the best of what the carpet had to…

THE OSCARS RED CARPET LIVESTREAM – SUNDAY, MARCH 2ND @ 5:30PM EST

  WATCH A LIVE STREAM OF THE OSCARS RED CARPET FROM 5:30PM EST From scintillating stories of 1970s con artists to cruel tales of pre-Civil War slavery, the past year proved to be a wonderful year for film lovers. Ticket holders were treated to Martin Scorsese’s corporate greed-driven The Wolf of Wall Street, David O. Russell’s star-studded…

2014 OSCAR NOMINEES! CAST YOUR VOTE!

From scintillating stories of 1970s con artists to cruel tales of pre-Civil War slavery, the past year proved to be a wonderful year for film lovers. Ticket holders were treated to Martin Scorsese's corporate greed-driven The Wolf of Wall Street, David O. Russell's star-studded crime flick American Hustle, Steve McQueen's epic historical drama 12 Years a Slave, and many…

A LOOK BACK AT THE LIFE OF PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN

On Sunday, February 2nd, Phillip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his apartment in New York City's West Village; the actor was 46 years old. Most famous for his Oscar-winning performance as Truman Capote in Capote, the troubled actor took the world of film by storm with his outstanding acting ability. The Untitled Magazine would like to remember…

THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE’S TOP 13 MOVIES OF 2013

The world of cinema did not disappoint this year. From porn addiction and zombies, to the tale of a musician down on his luck, Hollywood generated movies that gave audiences an amazing experience from start to finish. The Untitled Magazine has put together a list of the top 13 movies from this past year and,…

BRIAN PERCIVAL RECRUITS OSCAR DREAM TEAM FOR ‘THE BOOK THIEF’

"Words are life." Filming a novel whose sole purpose is to defy the death of books and liberate actual reading, The Book Thief is a rarity in the neverending book-to-movie influx. Armed with a whole off and onscreen team of Oscar-winners, calculated cinematography, Schindler's List composer and costume designer and a genuinely wholehearted cast, Downton Abbey director…

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