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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17 March 2014 | MartinHafer
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| Enjoyable, though neither chronological nor exhaustive.
"And the Oscar Goes To..." is a documentary about, naturally, the Oscar. However, if you are looking for an exhaustive film about the awards or one that is chronological, then you might be disappointed. Instead, the film mostly consists of some living Oscar recipients talking about their experience receiving the award along with a few clips of past winners. The past winners are mostly from the 1950s on--which isn't surprising since that is when they started showing the ceremony on television. And, many recent recipients aren't interviewed as well--making me wonder how they picked who would be on the show.

While the film isn't perfect, it is enjoyable and gives you many nice little vignettes about the film and the craftspeople who make movies.

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