This year’s Scientific & Technical Academy Awards featured an unusually large number of honorees — 52 individuals representing 19 technical achievements, plus career honorees — but it also summed up…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced that 19 scientific and technical achievements, represented by 52 individuals, will be honored at its annual Scientific and Technical Awards…
Ric Robertson is stepping down as AMPAS chief operating officer to become a consultant. Robertson will focus on the Oscarcast, awards rules and categories. His duties of overseeing the staff and…
Motherboard, Vice Media's tech-oriented website, has been forced to delay a competition soliciting sci-fi short stories — with winning yarn spun into a CGI short film — after it launched the promo…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences handed out its Scientific & Technical Awards Saturday night with a new venue, a revamped format and an outside producer overseeing the evening for the…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Science has tapped nine scientific and technical achievements for its Sci-Tech Awards this year, including a rare Academy Award of Merit -- an Oscar statuette.
AMPAS has boosted its Science and Technology Council membership to 25 with the addition of eight new participants.
Innovators and artists mingle near birthplace of motion pictures
Saturday night's Academy Scientific and Technical Awards banquet was marked by emotional remembrances of departed friends, a passionate defense of the Academy's mission to encourage excellence, and a…
On the day that Sundance kicked off and Eastman Kodak filed for bankruptcy, the Motion Picture Academy threw a bucket of ice water on the digital filmmaking revolution.
The Acad has given its Scientific & Technical Award banquet a bit of an upgrade.
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