Oscar is the most prestigious award in Hollywood, which takes place annually. It took the form of a mega-event and everything directly or indirectly associated with Hollywood eagerly awaits Oscar night. The popularity of the Oscars has increased over time. Looking back at the history of the Oscars, we see that the awards were the foundation of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), formed in 1927. The Training Academy was a joint effort of 36 prominent personalities from the motion picture industry,
Movie actors Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. was elected as the first president of the Academy. The main goal behind the creation of the awards was to honor the talented artists of the film industry. The first Oscar ceremony was on May 16, 1929 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, out of the public eye. It was a very private affair, with only two hundred and seventy people as guests. The awards were delivered during the banquet at the established Blossom Room hotel. Tickets for guest tickets cost $ 5.
The first Oscar ceremony consisted of 12 categories and two special awards. The awards were responsible for the cinematic achievements in the years 1927 and 1928. It was a small element of surprise in the Academy's first prizes to honor as the names of the winners were declared three months in advance. The whole thing was long, full of speeches. However, Douglas Fairbanks, the president of the Academy, did the task of providing the figurines to the winners very quickly.
The first Oscar for best actor was from the tragic German Emil Jannings (for "The Last Command and the Way of All Flesh") discounted. The actor had returned to Europe before the ceremony, he asked the Academy to give him the earliest Janet Gaynor, "Seventh Heaven," "Street Angel," and "Sunrise". He had felt two awards, Dramatic Image comedy and Image, won by Frank Borzage and Lewis Milestone are.
Since its inception, the Oscar has aired publicly. Until 1953, radio broadcast took place and then the ceremony was broadcast on television. In the first decade the results of the awards to the newspapers for publication at 11 pm on the night of the awards have been. However, the Los Angeles Times system was ruined when it announced before the start of the ceremony. The winners Since then, only one sealed has been used to reveal the names of the winners.
It was in 1966 that the spread of the Oscars ceremony took place in color. This allows you to experience the glamor charm of the spectators event at home. After that, it was backwards and popularity of the ceremony reached unsurpassed heights without looking. Today the Oscars are broadcast internationally and reached the theater fans more than 200 countries. Since 2002, the prices of the Kodak Theater, local and international mesmerizing public have been aired.
SEVERAL films are expected to win big at this year's Oscars – but these behind-the-scene facts will surprise you.
1. This really is meant to please the marfins Ryan Gosling in La La Land.
The 36-year-old had to prepare months piano lessons for jazz musician Seb favorite Oscar.
"When Ryan came and showed us what he could do on the piano - which he himself admits, it was not much - I had a team game," said musical director Marius De Vries.
"They worked two hours a day for four months.It is not possible to meet, to learn a life of four months, but somehow they did.Ryan is very fast acceptance.
"What you see on screen is 100% of Ryan's hands and body and performance.
"We had a hand twice as safe, but the bad side twice sat all day in their trailer because it was not even mentioned."
2. Gruesome Hacksaw ridge owes a movie "to be children." It took producer Bill Mechanic 15 years true story of pacifist hero Desmond Doss to bring World War II to the big screen.
One of the biggest hurdles was the fact that the company's authentic Walden Media production had rights over the history of Doss - and found that the film would be made for an American PG-13 certificate.
The discovery was when mechanic and director Mel Gibson decided to break with the study and to finance itself.
To reduce the cost of their adult version, they used Gibson's nationality for a tax exemption by the Australian government.
The terrible battle of Okinawa was killed on a farm near Sydney. To hide the landscape, they dug a huge ditch it with a fake fog and real explosives fenced used instead of relying on expensive CGI.
"It was exciting to have the physical things going on around us," said actor Andrew Garfield.
3. Naomie Harris did three days of work in the moonlight. "I should shoot, I think, three weeks," said the Briton, who is nominated for his role as a mother for an Oscar in the American drama Individual Crack Addict.
"But they could not arrange my visa, so it shortened in the end in just three days.
"We filmed the whole thing completely out of order, so I wanted from top to bottom, middle-aged, all over the place.
He should never be like this.
4. The Jungle Book was shot in a warehouse in Los Angeles. When he landed the role of Mowgli Disney remake, little Neel Sethi presented probably an exotic escape in the jungle of India.
Instead, he found himself inside, while technically plastic animals and bits of vegetation hung in front of him.
Computer Wizard this turns into a lush forest full of animal speakers deserve complete his nomination for Best Special Effects.
5. Jeff Bridges, based on his character hell or high water in a real Texas Ranger.
Big Lebowski actor Marcus Hamilton modeled on Joaquin Jackson who wrote his memoirs a ranger in the year 2005.
He died last year, shortly before the film's debut. But Jackson was on set during the filming of his bridges scenes to bring the true Man who walks the law and mannerisms his character alive.
"Getting Joaquin's seal of approval was very important to me," said Bridges.