Academy Awards Coverage Recap

Academy Awards Coverage Recap

After several months of endless predictions, debates, interviews, and all that comes with awards campaigns, the biggest night in Hollywood is upon us. After today’s expected winners at the Spirit Awards, it is clear that several of these winners will repeat tomorrow night. With little room for surprises the coveted statues will probably be picked up by familiar faces throughout these Awards Season. Nevertheless, there is no denying this is an outstanding group of nominated films and artists all across the board. 

Below you will find links to SydenysBuzz coverage in many categories this year.

Best Picture 

-12 Years a Slave


NYFF “12 Years a Slave” Q&A

-Captain Phillips 

NYFF Review

-Dallas Buyers Club


Best Director

-Alfonso Cuaron (Gravity)

LatinoBuzz: Alfonso Cuaron Is Taking Over Hollywood and the Internet

Best Foreign Language Film

-The Broken Circle Breakdown (Belgium)


Interview with Director Felix Van Groeningen

-The Missing Picture (Cambodia) 


-The Hunt

Interview with Director  Thomas Vinterberg

-The Great Beauty

Interview with Director Paolo Sorrentino



Interview with Director Hany Abu-Assad 

Read more on many of the other Foreign Language Oscar Submission that didn’t make the cut HERE

Best Animated Feature

-Ernest & Celestine

Interview with Director Benjamin Renner

Best Live Action Short

-The Voorman Problem

Interview with Director Mark Gill

-Do I Have to Take Care of Everything?

Interview with Director Selma Vilhunen

-Just Before Losing Everything 

Interview with Director Xavier Legrand 


Interview with Director Anders Walter 

-Aquel No Era Yo (That Wasn’t Me)

Interview with Director Esteban Crespo 

Best Cinematography 

-Emmanuel Lubezki (Gravity)

LatinoBuzz: The Sixth Time Might Be The Charm For Oscar Nominee Emmanuel Lubezki

Bruno Delbonnel (Inside Llewyn Davis) 

Interview: The Coen Brothers and Crew Talk “Inside Llewyn Davis”

Best Documentary Feature

-The Act of Killing


-The Square

Interview with Director Jehane Noujaim


-Cutie and the Boxer

An Ode to Marriage: Cutie and the Boxer

Best Adapted Screenplay 

-John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) 

Interview with John Ridley

Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, and Ethan Hawke (Before Midnight)

Interview with Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, and Ethan Hawke

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Gravity will most certainly win the most Oscars! Although, the best picture award will go to 12 Years A Slave. :(

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