And the Oscar Goes To... (2014)

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The history of the Academy Awards.

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Directors:

Rob Epstein , Jeffrey Friedman

Writers:

Rob Epstein, Jeffrey Friedman, Sharon Wood

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2 February 2015 | preppy-3
7
| Good documentary
Documentary about the Academy Awards. It covers how and why they came into being and how they evolved and changed over the years. It consists of actors, producers and directors talking about getting nominated and getting (or not getting) the award. It also shows footage from Oscar TV telecasts and some of the more memorable acceptance speeches. The most amusing were seeing Ben Affleck and Matt Damon winning Best Screenplay for "Good Will Hunting" and Michael Moore winning Best Documentary for "Bowling for Columbine". They even cover the technical awards. All in all I was entertained but wanted more. They totally ignore the Best Song category and (for some reason) go into detail about animated films being recognized. So it's worth seeing but is lacking.

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