theacademy Gustavo Dudamel, John Williams and Gustavo Santaolalla at Academy event “Behind the Score: The Art of the Film Composer.” 12h

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theacademy Gustavo Dudamel, Gustavo Santaolalla and John Williams at Academy event “Behind the Score: The Art of the Film Composer” with host Tavis Smiley. 12h

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theacademy Gustavo Dudamel, Gustavo Santaolalla and John Williams at Academy event “Behind the Score: The Art of the Film Composer" with host Tavis Smiley. 15h

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theacademy Cary Grant in a wardrobe reference for North By Northwest (1959). 17h

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theacademy Kathryn Grayson (acceptor for Costume Design-color, Doctor Zhivago), James Garner and Lana Turner backstage at the Oscar ceremony in 1966. 21h

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theacademy Joe Neumaier (NY Daily News), Tate Taylor, Chadwick Boseman, Octavia Spencer, Nelsan Ellis, Dan Aykroyd, Brian Grazer, Mick Jagger and Victoria Pearman at last night's Academy Conversation in NYC for the forthcoming film Get On Up. 4d

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theacademy Alan Rickman, Bruce Willis and director John McTiernan on the set of Die Hard (1988). 4d

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theacademy Dan Aykroyd, Brian Grazer, and Mick Jagger participating in an Academy Conversation in NYC for the forthcoming James Brown film Get On Up. 5d

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theacademy Publicity portrait of Jean Hersholt from GRAND HOTEL, 1932. He's dressed as a hotel doorman, wearing a hat labeled with "Grand Hotel," and holding a pen and guest ledger. In the ledger are signed the names of cast members. 5d

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theacademy Lobby card featuring Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift from A Place In The Sun (1951). 5d

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theacademy Elliott Gould and Donald Sutherland on the set of M*A*S*H (1970) - directed by Robert Altman. 5d

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theacademy Jean Dujardin took home the Oscar for Actor in a Leading Role in 2012 for his role in The Artist.
With a thick accent he began his acceptance speech by saying: Thank you. Oui! I love your country. Thank you to the Academy. It’s funny because in 1929 it wasn’t Billy Crystal, but Douglas Fairbanks who hosted the first Oscar ceremony. Tickets cost five dollars and it lasted 15 minutes. Times have changed. So thank you Douglas Fairbanks.
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theacademy Mickey Rourke, Faye Dunaway, director Barbet Schroeder, and Charles Bukowski on the set of Barfly (1987). Bukowski wrote about the making of the film in the novel “Hollywood” (1989). 6d

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theacademy Bob Dylan and documentarian D.A. Pennebaker while shooting Dont Look Back (1967) 6d

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theacademy Frank Inn and Benji at the Governors Ball in 1974. 7d

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theacademy 20 years ago today True Lies was released. It was the first time James Cameron used his new company Digital Domain to do the visual effects, and it paid off. Not only were the effects spectacular but the company earned its first Oscar nomination for Visual Effects. (The team behind Forrest Gump won the Oscar that year) 7d

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theacademy Léon: You need some time to grow up a little.

Mathilda: I finished growing up, Léon. I just get older.

Léon: For me it's the opposite. I'm old enough. I need time to grow up. - The Professional (1994)
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  •   jenstruk_ Fantastic Film. Natalie Portman was so young and so absolutely amazing, even at that early age...I remember my Dad, who was not even a big movie buff, INSISTING that I watch it, after he had rented and watched it on VHS...he said it was "one of the best movies he had ever seen" and he was "blown away by the little girl" in the movie...my Dad was the Captain at a Supermax Maximum Security Prison and there wasn't that much that truly impressed him, but I remember this film being one of the things that did! If you haven't ever seen it, it's entirely worth watching! 6d
  •   morero84 @mahdavi.amir.ir برو بقیه عکساشو ببین 5d
  •   mahdavi.amir.ir thanx man 5d
  •   officialkhanayun89 I have just heard about the movie... Never saw it 5d
  •   neda1411 Profesional 4d
  •   dinhohfreitas own. amo esse filme @almoes 4d
  •   chd_liger Ok ...@marubenix 9h

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theacademy Charlize Theron as Aileen Wuornos in Monster (2003). 1w

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theacademy Pierce Brosnan and Meryl Streep in Berlin for Mamma Mia (2008). 1w

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theacademy Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland and Louis B. Mayer. Of Garland, Rooney once said, "Judy and I were so close we could've come from the same womb. We weren't like brothers or sisters but there was no love affair there; there was more than a love affair. It's very, very difficult to explain the depths of our love for each other. It was so special. It was a forever love. Judy, as we speak, has not passed away. She's always with me in every heartbeat of my body." 1w

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