Love it or hate it, the R & B singer gave one hell of a "speech"
Oscar-winning director Roger Ross Williams says evangelical Christians are targeting the developing world in the wake of increasing tolerance in the West
The record-setting deluge of eligible docs ranges from "The Act of Killing" to "Zipper: Coney Island's Last Wild Ride"
Doc branch members are now swamped with more than 150 screeners
A year after revamping the feature-documentary rules to bring in more voters, the Academy's Documentary Branch changes more rules and plans for a larger branch
At TheWrap screening series, the producer of "The Invisible War" explains how the film is shedding light on the epidemic of sexual assault in the...
Academy announces plans to send screeners in three categories that used to require attendance at special screenings, says transition to online voting increased participation
Academy members are hoping for a few monkey wrenches -- some categories might be more uncertain than the experts think
Several days after Moore talked about the changes he spearheaded, AMPAS confirms that his overhaul of the process will take effect
The Oscar-winning provocateur details changes that will overhaul a system that has led to decades of questionable choices
Wim Wenders' dance documentary bucks the odds in the documentary and foreign-film categories
Uplifting titles like "Pina," "Swell Season" and "Being Elmo" are around this year - but longshots for Oscars. Hey, it's okay to have fun at...
AMPAS asks "Exit Through the Gift Shop" producers to keep guys in disguise off the stage
In some of the categories that contain the year's best movies, Oscar voters may number in the hundreds, not the thousands