In the words of Stephen Sondheim, "Something's Coming" — and it's Steven Spielberg's musical debut.
"Best Summer Ever" isn't the best movie ever, but what it does is continue to show that disability can be fun, unique, and enticing without being dour.
Even before "Hamilton," Lin-Manual Miranda was on the road to a career in Disney musicals.
Time to start digging musicals, as Crowe's Oscar-nominated semi-autobiographical 2000 film "Almost Famous" is heading to the stage.
Authenticity was the "Get Down" mantra for the production designer and composer -- with considerable help from Flash.
Key crew members worked with actor-director Denzel Washington to cinematically capture the spirit of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
The editors for "Zootopia," "Moana," "Kubo and the Two Strings" and "Sing" discuss cutting animation strategies.
The minimalist "Silence" score by Kim Allen Kluge and Kathryn Kluge is an inventive achievement.
This year's contenders experimented with time in fresh and insightful ways.
Female protagonists and supporting characters have enriched many of the animated Oscar contenders, headlined by Disney's frontrunning "Zootopia."
A record 27 animated features compete for the Oscar, thanks to more indies entering the race. But Disney's zeitgeist-grabbing "Zootopia," the New York Film Critics Circle winner, remains the favorite.
The crew of Damien Chazelle's Oscar front-runner and NYFCC best picture winner discuss LA as a bittersweet dreamland where past and present intersect.
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