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Oscar-winning ‘My Octopus Teacher’ highlights connectivity and environmental issues


South African Oscar-winning “My Octopus Teacher” draws attention to human connectivity with nature and environmental issues.

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Oscar-nominated ‘Wolfwalkers’ blends environmental, spiritual history of Ireland

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Oscar’s real name is Emilio

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Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali in “Green Book”

The best actors in bad films


Kurt on the Red Carpet

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Tarantino, Forever Young

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This week, Quentin Tarantino stops by Studio 360 to talk about the Academy Award-nominated film ‘Inglourious Basterds.’ Of course, he’s no stranger to the awards circuit — he was nominated for an Oscar for Directing ‘Pulp Fiction’ (1994) and won a little gold man for writing the film’s original screenplay. But he says one of […]

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Shorts, But Sweet

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If you watched the Academy Awards this Sunday it would have been easy to miss the category for Best Animated Short Film. The presentation for the award was…well…short. But anyone who saw this year’s nominees would agree that none of them lack for quality. Logorama Logorama won the Academy Award for its provocative repackaging of […]

Studio 360’s Awards Night Bingo: Oscars Edition

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Watching the Academy Awards Sunday night? Play interactive awards night bingo with Kurt! The awards shows have turned into parodies of themselves: celebrities thanking their lawyer…

Oscar Trivia: Who was the model for the Oscar statue?

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At the Academy Awards, the Oscar statuette is as iconic as the gowns and the red carpet. But did you know Oscar’s name isn’t Oscar? Those broad shoulders belonged to Emilio Fernandez…

The Neil Patrick Harris Oscars: A Big Night for the Underdogs

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“Birdman” won best picture, Patricia Arquette won best supporting actress, and Neil Patrick Harris didn’t totally disappoint in his first shot at hosting the Academy Awards.