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THE OSCARS

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Transcript of THE OSCARS

Oscar is the most important man in Hollywood, he's just thirty-four centimeters tall. And he weighs less than four Kilograms.
The KODAK THEATRE:
Since its opening on November 9, 2001, the theatre has been the home of the annual Academy Awards Ceremonies (The Oscars).
It has a seating capacity for up to 3,401 people.
The Oscars are the biggest film awards in the world. They're the most prestigious award anyone in the film business can win.
The Oscars are a set of awards given annually for excellence of cinematic achievements.
They've been going since 1929.

Introduction
Introduction
Our work is about the oscars.
As you know, the Oscars are awarded for the best actors, actresses, achievement, etc..
Only the bests can have the prize.

"Oscar" is the name assigned to the given award.
Origin and history
the Oscar in 1927 was for promoting films and honor the performance of actors, actresses, directors (...)
The trophy was not always called Oscar.
He art director studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Cedric Gibbons, was elected to draw the statuette.
The first ceremony lasted: 15 minutes and 15 statuettes were distributed. .
premiums currently delivered
Principals
Best Picture
Best Direction
Best Actor
Best Actress
Best Supporting Actor
Best Supporting Actress
Best Original Screenplay
Best Adapted Screenplay
Technicians
Best Art Direction
Best Costume Design
Best Makeup
Best Photography
Best Editing
Best Visual Effects
Best Sound Mixing
Best Sound Editing (from 1964)
Best Soundtrack
Best Original Song
Coadjutants
Best Foreign-Language Film in
Best Animated Film
Best Short Film Animation
Best Short Film in Live Action
Best Original Musical
Best Documentary
Best Documentary Short Film
removed awards
Most awarded Actor/actriss
Video of all walt disney movies that won oscars
Best Assistant Director (1933-1937)
Best Choreography (1935-1937)
Best Engineering Effects (in 1927/28 only)
Best Soundtrack: Musical or Comedy (1995-1998)
Best Original Story (1927-1956)
Best Adapted Soundtrack (1962-1969)
Best Short Film: Color (1936-1937)
Best Short Film in Live-Action: 1 Reel (1936-1956)
Best Short Film in Live-Action: Cops 2 (1936-1956)
Best Short Film: Innovation (1932-1935)
Best Artistic Quality of Production (1927/28 only)
Katharine Hepburn - 4 awards:
Morning Glory (1934)
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1968)
The Lion in Winter (1969) **
On Golden Pond (1982)

Daniel Day-Lewis - 3 awards:
My Left Foot (1990)
There Will Be Blood (2008)
Lincoln (2013)

Ingrid Bergman - 3 awards
Gaslight (1945)
Anastasia (1957)
Murder on the Orient Express (1975) *


Meryl Streep - 3 awards:
Kramer Vs. Kramer (1980) *
Sophie's Choice (1982)
The Iron Lady (2012)

Jack Nicholson - 3 awards
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)
Terms of Endearment (1983) *
As Good as It Gets (1997)

Walter Brennan - 3 awards
Come and Get It (1937) *
Kentucky (1939) *
The Westerner (1941) *
nominations 2014
Conclusion
The ceremony to present the awards is the most viewed around the world. The first ceremony was in 1929, at the Hotel Roosevelt in Hollywood.
Margaret Herrick
Walt Disney is the company which one have more Oscars.
We conclude that receive an Oscar is an honor, because it is a sign of a good job.
The Most Awarded films
all, with 11 Oscars
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