The Shape of Water
A look at the surprises, sure bets, shut outs, and strategies that created the winners of the 2018 Academy Awards.
Cinematographer Roger Deakins finally won his elusive Oscar for "Blade Runner 2049," while "Dunkirk" scored three crafts awards.
Guillermo del Toro's fantasy romance entered the Oscars as the most-nominated film of the year.
"The greatest thing our art does and our industry does is to erase the lines in the sand. We should continue doing that," said del Toro, accepting the award.
Desplat previously won for scoring Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel."
"Not since the beginning of time has the world known terror like this!"
The 2018 Oscars are driven by competing voting bodies, older and whiter American males vs. a younger more diverse and international crowd. Which will dominate the night?
But only when you "strip the art away," according to Team Screen Junkies.
From "The Shape of Water" to "Get Out," these images are a big reason why the 2018 Oscar nominees are so memorable.
From “Punch-Drunk Love” to Audrey Hepburn to the Coen Brothers, del Toro doesn’t hide the countless films and directors who inspired his greatest work.
Our Academy voter candidly shares their thought process as they ponder their Oscar ballot.
Why Guillermo del Toro's Best Picture frontrunner should be taken seriously for the costume design and sound Oscar races.
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