The Oscars
2014
is the
86th
Academy
Awards
Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia

© Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
The Academy Awards, commonly
known as The Oscars, is an
annual American awards
ceremony honoring
achievements in the film ...
289 feature films are
eligible for the Best
Picture nomination this
year.

Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia

© Cop...
There are 24
competitive
award categories
this year.

Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia

© Copyright 2014 Jagriti P...
Number of countries
submitting foreign
language films this year
are 76.

Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia

© Copyr...
6,028 Academy members
will help pick this year’s
winners.

Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia

© Copyright 2014 Jagr...
Number of
countries in which
the 86th Oscar
telecast will be
seen are more
than 225.

Sources - Various websites and Wikip...
50 Oscar statuettes are
being created for
86th Academy
Awards.

Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia

© Copyright 2014...
The 86th Academy Awards is being hosted at
the Dolby Theatre (formerly Kodak Theatre)
in Hollywood, Los Angeles.

Sources ...
Comedian Ellen DeGeneres will host the
show for the second time. DeGeneres
previously hosted the 79th ceremony in
2007.

S...
Winners of Oscars 2014
Best Picture – 12 Years a Slave

Sources - Various websites and Google Images

© Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
Best Actor in a Leading Role - Matthew
McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club)

Sources - Various websites and Google images

© C...
Best Actress in a Leading Role – Cate
Blanchett (Blue Jasmine)

Sources - Various websites and Google Images

© Copyright ...
Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Jared
Leto (Dallas Buyers Club)

Sources - Various websites and Google Images

© Copyrig...
Best Actress in a Supporting Role –
Lupita Nvong’o (12 Years a Slave)

Sources - Various websites and Google Images

© Cop...
Best Animated Feature Film – Frozen

Sources - Various websites and Google Images

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Best Animated Short Film - “Mr.
Hublot”

Sources - Various websites and Google Images

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Best Original Score - Gravity (Steven
Price)

Sources - Various websites and Google Images

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Best Original Song - Let It Go - Frozen

Robert Lopez, who wrote the song with his wife Kristen Anderson-Lopez
Sources - V...
Best Adapted Screenplay - 12 Years a
Slave (John Ridley)

Sources - Various websites and Google Images

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Best Original Screenplay - Her (Spike
Jonze)

Sources - Various websites and Google Images

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Achievement In Directing - “Gravity”
(Warner Bros.) Alfonso Cuarón

Sources - Various websites and Google Images

© Copyri...
BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM OF
THE YEAR - “The Great Beauty” (Janus
Films) – Italy

Sources - Various websites and Google I...
Best Documentary Feature Film - “20
Feet From Stardom”

Sources - Various websites and Google Images

© Copyright 2014 Jag...
Achievement In Cinematography “Gravity” (Warner Bros.) Emmanuel
Lubezk

Sources - Various websites and Google Images

© Co...
Achievement In Film Editing
“Gravity” (Warner Bros.) Alfonso
Cuarón and Mark Sanger

Sources - Various websites and Google...
The Oscar Statuette
In 1928, art director Cedric Gibbons, designer
of the original Academy Award, was
introduced to Mexican film director and
...
Made of goldplated britannium on a
black metal base, it is
13.5 inches (34.29 cm)
tall, weighs 8.5 lb
(3.85 kg), and the
d...
The statuette depicts
a knight holding
a crusader's sword.

Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia

© Copyright 2014 Jag...
The statuette is standing on a reel of film
with five spokes. The five spokes
represent the original branches of the
Acade...
Approximately 50 Oscars
are made each year in
Chicago by Illinois
manufacturer R.S. Owens &
Company.
It takes between thre...
Facts about Oscars

Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia

© Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
The first Academy
Awards were presented in
1929 at the Hollywood
Roosevelt Hotel.

Sources - Various websites and Wikipedi...
Total number of Oscar statuettes presented
since the first Academy Awards 2,900
(includes the 4 Oscars presented at the
Go...
Dolby Theatre (formerly Kodak Theatre)
has hosted 13 Oscars, including the 86th
Academy Awards.

Sources - Various website...
Highest number of Oscar ceremonies
hosted by one person
Bob Hope holds
the record of
hosting 19
Oscars (he also
hosted the...
Highest number of Oscars won by a
single film
Three movies have received 11 Oscars "Ben-Hur" (1959),
"Titanic" (1997), and...
Most nominations received by a single
film
Two films received 14 nominations –
All About Eve (1950)

Sources - Various web...
Most awards won by a man
Walt Disney has
won 22 Oscars, the
most ever for a
single person. He
was also awarded
an addition...
Most awards won by a woman
Edith Head has won eight Oscars, all for Costume
Design.

Sources - Various websites and Wikipe...
Most awards won by a person who is
still living
Visual Effects
Supervisor Dennis
Muren has won nine
Academy Awards: six
co...
First Indian to win an Academy Award
Bhanu
Athaiya became the
first Indian to win an
Academy
Award in 1983, for
designing ...
First Indian to receive an Honorary
Academy Award
Satyajit Ray
became the first
Indian to receive
an Honorary
Academy Awar...
First persons from India to win in any
music category
A. R. Rahman has
won Best Original
Score & Best
Original Song ("Jai
...
Gulzar has also won
Best Original Song
("Jai Ho")
for Slumdog
Millionaire (2008).

Sources - Various websites and Wikipedi...
OSCAR®, OSCARS®, ACADEMY
AWARDS®, ACADEMY AWARD®, A.M.P.A.S.®
AND “OSCAR NIGHT, and the OSCAR statuette
is a registered tr...
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86th Academy Awards, Oscars 2014

  1. 1. The Oscars 2014 is the 86th Academy Awards Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  2. 2. The Academy Awards, commonly known as The Oscars, is an annual American awards ceremony honoring achievements in the film industry. The Oscars are overseen by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS). Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  3. 3. 289 feature films are eligible for the Best Picture nomination this year. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  4. 4. There are 24 competitive award categories this year. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  5. 5. Number of countries submitting foreign language films this year are 76. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  6. 6. 6,028 Academy members will help pick this year’s winners. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  7. 7. Number of countries in which the 86th Oscar telecast will be seen are more than 225. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  8. 8. 50 Oscar statuettes are being created for 86th Academy Awards. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  9. 9. The 86th Academy Awards is being hosted at the Dolby Theatre (formerly Kodak Theatre) in Hollywood, Los Angeles. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  10. 10. Comedian Ellen DeGeneres will host the show for the second time. DeGeneres previously hosted the 79th ceremony in 2007. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  11. 11. Winners of Oscars 2014
  12. 12. Best Picture – 12 Years a Slave Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  13. 13. Best Actor in a Leading Role - Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club) Sources - Various websites and Google images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  14. 14. Best Actress in a Leading Role – Cate Blanchett (Blue Jasmine) Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  15. 15. Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Jared Leto (Dallas Buyers Club) Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  16. 16. Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Lupita Nvong’o (12 Years a Slave) Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  17. 17. Best Animated Feature Film – Frozen Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  18. 18. Best Animated Short Film - “Mr. Hublot” Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  19. 19. Best Original Score - Gravity (Steven Price) Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  20. 20. Best Original Song - Let It Go - Frozen Robert Lopez, who wrote the song with his wife Kristen Anderson-Lopez Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  21. 21. Best Adapted Screenplay - 12 Years a Slave (John Ridley) Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  22. 22. Best Original Screenplay - Her (Spike Jonze) Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  23. 23. Achievement In Directing - “Gravity” (Warner Bros.) Alfonso Cuarón Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  24. 24. BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM OF THE YEAR - “The Great Beauty” (Janus Films) – Italy Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  25. 25. Best Documentary Feature Film - “20 Feet From Stardom” Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  26. 26. Achievement In Cinematography “Gravity” (Warner Bros.) Emmanuel Lubezk Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  27. 27. Achievement In Film Editing “Gravity” (Warner Bros.) Alfonso Cuarón and Mark Sanger Sources - Various websites and Google Images © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  28. 28. The Oscar Statuette
  29. 29. In 1928, art director Cedric Gibbons, designer of the original Academy Award, was introduced to Mexican film director and actor Emilio Fernández. Reluctant at first, Fernández was finally convinced to pose nude for the naked knight holding a sword to create what today is known as the "Oscar". Cedric Gibbons Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia Emilio Fernández © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  30. 30. Made of goldplated britannium on a black metal base, it is 13.5 inches (34.29 cm) tall, weighs 8.5 lb (3.85 kg), and the diameter of Oscar statuette base is 5¼ inches (13.34 cm). Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  31. 31. The statuette depicts a knight holding a crusader's sword. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  32. 32. The statuette is standing on a reel of film with five spokes. The five spokes represent the original branches of the Academy: Actors, Writers, Directors, Producers, an d Technicians. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  33. 33. Approximately 50 Oscars are made each year in Chicago by Illinois manufacturer R.S. Owens & Company. It takes between three to four weeks to manufacture each statue. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  34. 34. Facts about Oscars Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  35. 35. The first Academy Awards were presented in 1929 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  36. 36. Total number of Oscar statuettes presented since the first Academy Awards 2,900 (includes the 4 Oscars presented at the Governors Awards event on November 16, 2013). Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  37. 37. Dolby Theatre (formerly Kodak Theatre) has hosted 13 Oscars, including the 86th Academy Awards. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  38. 38. Highest number of Oscar ceremonies hosted by one person Bob Hope holds the record of hosting 19 Oscars (he also hosted the first televised Oscars in 1953). Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  39. 39. Highest number of Oscars won by a single film Three movies have received 11 Oscars "Ben-Hur" (1959), "Titanic" (1997), and "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" (2003). Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  40. 40. Most nominations received by a single film Two films received 14 nominations – All About Eve (1950) Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia Titanic (1997) © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  41. 41. Most awards won by a man Walt Disney has won 22 Oscars, the most ever for a single person. He was also awarded an additional 4 honorary Oscars, and holds the record for most Oscars won in one year by a single person (4 out of 6). Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  42. 42. Most awards won by a woman Edith Head has won eight Oscars, all for Costume Design. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  43. 43. Most awards won by a person who is still living Visual Effects Supervisor Dennis Muren has won nine Academy Awards: six competitive awards, two "Special Achievement" awards, and one "Technical Achievement" award. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  44. 44. First Indian to win an Academy Award Bhanu Athaiya became the first Indian to win an Academy Award in 1983, for designing the costumes for Richard Attenborough's Gandhi. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  45. 45. First Indian to receive an Honorary Academy Award Satyajit Ray became the first Indian to receive an Honorary Academy Award in 1992. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  46. 46. First persons from India to win in any music category A. R. Rahman has won Best Original Score & Best Original Song ("Jai Ho") for Slumdog Millionaire (2008). Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  47. 47. Gulzar has also won Best Original Song ("Jai Ho") for Slumdog Millionaire (2008). Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  48. 48. OSCAR®, OSCARS®, ACADEMY AWARDS®, ACADEMY AWARD®, A.M.P.A.S.® AND “OSCAR NIGHT, and the OSCAR statuette is a registered trademark and copyrighted property, of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Sources - Various websites and Wikipedia © Copyright 2014 Jagriti Prasad
  49. 49. Thanks! Jagriti Prasad jagriti_knp@yahoo.com twitter.com/JagritiPrasad1 www.linkedin.com/in/jagritiprasad www.slideshare.net/JagritiPrasad https://plus.google.com/+jagritiprasad http://jagritiprasad.wordpress.com

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