Oscar Celebrates: Oscar Week in Los Angeles
The Academy once again presented public events during Oscar week that included screenings of nominated films and onstage discussions with the filmmakers.
A look at how emerging technologies can influence the craft of screenwriting.
A look at previously neglected works deserving preservation and revival.
A look at breakthrough visual effects work that went into crafting the film "Life of Pi."
A cross-disciplinary look at the constantly evolving craft of visual effects.
A celebration of the influential pop culture film's 21st, with stars Mike Myers, Dana Carvey and more.
A 40th anniversary screening of the first "kung fu" film produced by a major Hollywood studio.
A LACMA Exhibition Film Series featuring Academy Film Archive prints of two Saul Bass films.
An evening celebrating animation's golden age with the screening and panel discussion of "Roger Rabbit."
A discussion with Danny Boyle and a special screening of his feature film debut, "Shallow Grave."
A special screening of "Jurassic Park" in 3D and an onstage discussion with crew members.
An evening with Tino Balio, author of The Foreign Film Renaissance on American Screens 1946-1973.
A showcase of short, documentary and feature films directed by Cuban women.
Celebrate the work of this year's Oscar nominees in the Makeup and Hairstyling category.
Celebrate the work of this year's nominated Foreign Language Films.
Celebrate films in the Documentary Feature, Documentary Short Subject, Live Action Short Film and Animated Short Film categories.
Celebrate the work of this year's Oscar nominees in the Animated Feature Film category.
Celebrate the work of the nominated films in Documentary Short Subject and Documentary Feature categories.
Celebrate the work of all the nominated films in the Animated and Live Action Short Film categories.
Oscars featured screenings of the ten nominated films in Short Film and Documentary Short Subjects.
Oscars featured screenings for Best Foreign Language Film.
The annual collaboration between the Academy and MoMA's Department of Film highlights documentary films.
Past Events from 2012
A celebration of the groundbreaking career of director, writer, producer and fabulador, Pedro Almodóvar.
The Los Angeles celebration of the year 1912 with selected films presented on a 1901 hand-cranked Power's model 6 cameragraph.
A Color and Imaging Conference event revealing the secrets of bringing color to the screen. .
A celebration of the year 1912 and its developmental contributions to motion pictures.
Rob Hummel and Craig Barron explore the widescreen VistaVision format.
Craig Barron and Ben Burtt discuss special effects and sound design secrets.
A two-night celebration of Danny Kaye's Centennial with the holiday favorite.
An event highlighting the work of legendary graphic designer and director Saul Bass.
The American premiere of the new BFI restoration of this inventive silent film.
A 20th anniversary screening of Francis Ford Coppola's Oscar-winning film.
A celebration of the life and innovative work of the legendary filmmaker.
King Vidor's silent comedy about the magic of making movies.
13 fright-filled classics celebrating the 100th anniversary of Universal Pictures.
A discussion of "the digital dilemma" when facing the task of preserving and restoring our motion picture history
A bicoastal promotion of U.S-China dialogue through the art of film.
The Oscar-winning romantic French classic starring Anouk Aimée.
A celebration of the legendary costume designer.
Discover the secrets behind the iconic music for the world's most famous secret agent.
A 60th Anniversary presentation of Charlie Chaplin's final masterpiece.
Part of the "Prime Tech" screening series, the Sci-Tech Council presents a 30th anniversary screening of Steven Spielberg's classic film.
A three-day festival sampling movie treasures from the Academy Film Archive
An Academy Film Scholars lecture with Richard B. Jewell and screening of "Bachelor Mother."
A salute to the Oscar-winning couple who revolutionized independent animation.
The Innovative Genius of Jerry Lewis
10th Anniversary of the Academy's Pickford Center with behind-the-scenes tours and a film program of two restored rarities.
The science behind superhero movies with host Adam Weiner and the films' creative teams.
Monday night screenings of six 70mm classics, each from a different genre.
A Monday Nights with Oscar presentation of the zany disco comedy with all-star cast.
U.S. premiere of the 50th-anniversary restoration of the classic Best Picture winner.
The all-time family favorite returns with an "inconceivable" new print.
A special evening of space exploration with NASA and the Academy.
The West Coast premiere of the newly restored, full-length version.
A special presentation of this year's Student Academy Award gold medal winners.
A presentation of one of Paramount studio's most popular films of the early 1980s.
The Academy's annual ceremony honoring outstanding college and university filmmakers from across the country and abroad.
A look at the unique stardom of some of Hollywood's top four-legged actors, from Rin Tin Tin to Uggie.
The 30th annual series continued with a showcase of feature-length and short documentaries drawn from the 2010 nominations.
A panel of some of the pioneers of digital animation revisits the long path from laboratory to cineplex.
Bennett Miller introduces a special screening of Stanley Kubrick's 1975 period film, which won four Academy Awards.
This second night on Gene Kelly focuses on his role in changing the look of dance on film.
A special gala evening of film clips, stories and personal remembrances of motion picture legend Gene Kelly.
A 50th Anniversary Screening of the Academy Award winning film, featured a new digital restoration.
An in-depth look at the evolution of motion picture projection, exploring advances from early cinema through digital technology.
A 65th anniversary screening of the 1947 Best Picture winner, the story of a journalist who adopts a Jewish identity to expose anti-Semitism.
A 50th anniversary screening introduced by Tavis Smiley with guests Mary Badham, Dr. Terrence Roberts, and Connie Rice.
This classic film launched a global passion for "La Nouvelle Vague," and made Jean Seberg and Jean-Paul Belmondo international stars.
A presention by Academy Film Scholar Peter Decherney, author of the new book Hollywood's Copyright Wars.
A special screening of Oscar Winner "Cavalcade," hosted by Brad Rosenstein.
Chris Newman and Tom Fleischman demonstrated how the raw tracks recorded on set become the finished soundtrack.
Oscar Week's culminating public event celebrates the achievement of the nominees in the Makeup category.
This evening brought together the directors of the motion pictures nominated in the Foreign Language Film category.
The Animated Feature Symposium celebrated the work of the 2011 Oscar nominees in the Animated Feature Film category.
"Docs!" night spotlighted the work of the nominated filmmakers in the Documentary Short Subject and Documentary Feature categories.
"Shorts!" featured screenings of all the Oscar-nominated films in the Animated and Live Action Short Film categories.
Screenings of the nominated films in the Animated and Live Action Short Film categories and the Documentary Short Subject category.
Films nominated for Best Foreign Language Film were screened at the National Geographic's Grosvenor Auditorium in Washington, D.C.
The premiere of the 2011 digital restoration of "Wings" by Paramount Pictures in cooperation with the Academy Film Archive.
Past Events from 2011
An evening celebrating the technology behind this 1956 sci-fi classic, hosted by Oscar winners Craig Barron and Ben Burtt. More
Top production designers and set decorators presented a four-part Academy seminar series, with film clips and Q&A with the audience.More
Academy Award-winning director Martin Scorsese introduced a screening of the landmark Italian neorealist film directed by Vittorio De Sica. More
Two renowned sound mixers present an evening of film clips demonstrating how raw tracks become the finished soundtrack. More
Exploring some of the secrets behind the making of "Tarzan and His Mate"(1934) and "Tarzan Finds a Son!"(1939). More
This year's Makeup nominees discuss their creative processes and present clips, photos and models of their work. More
Past Events from 2010
A celebration of Gloria Stuart’s career and her 100th birthday. More
3D techniques for animated and live action motion pictures. More
Past Events from 2009
Featuring a screening of “Citizen Kane” More
Selected Past Events from 2008
Hosted by Rob Hummel More