Hollywood stars talk about being ‘in their element’ at a film festival
Hollywood stars are sharing stories about their “in their elements” experiences at film festivals.
The Hollywood Reporter spoke to stars and producers about their experiences at the festivals, as well as what it was like to be one of the lucky ones who landed an invite to a party at the festival.
Here’s what you need to know about these awards.
Awards 2017The 2017 Academy Awards, hosted by ABC, were held on Sunday, Feb. 28.
The nominees were announced Sunday, Jan. 26.
The winner will be announced March 12.
Award winner: Kathryn Bigelow and Tom HanksThe Oscars were the biggest entertainment event of the year, and the nominees are pretty much the best in the business.
Tom Hank and Kathryn Bigelsky have been nominated for best actor in a drama for their roles in “The Hurt Locker,” and for their performances in the films “Moonlight” and “Wonder.”
Tom Hanks is a two-time Oscar nominee for best supporting actor, best supporting actress, and best actress in a film for his role in “Silver Linings Playbook.”
Kathryn Bigeland, who also won a best actress Oscar in 2014, also won the award in 2018.
Best supporting actor: Michael FassbenderThe best supporting player award goes to Michael FASSBENDER, who played Luke Skywalker in “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens,” which won the Academy Awards for best picture.
Fassberman’s performance in the movie earned him a Golden Globe nomination for best performance by an actor in 2017.
The award is the most-watched award ceremony on the Academy Award calendar.
Fassbender also earned a Golden Globes nomination for his portrayal of Luke Skywalker on “Game of Thrones,” which he also won in 2018, and he won a Golden Bear Award for his performance in “Hacksaw Ridge,” which was nominated for Best Picture.
He also won for best original score for “Star Trek Beyond.”
Best supporting actress: Carol-Louise LeterrierThe award goes back to Carol-Leterrier, who won an Oscar for her performance as a woman in “Jupiter Ascending.”
She won the Golden Globe for best actress for her role in 2018’s “Lincoln.”
She also won an Academy Award nomination for her supporting performance in 2016’s “The Imitation Game.”
Carol-Louis Leterriers performance as Carrie Fisher in “Logan” earned her the Academy’s highest honor, the Outstanding Supporting Actress Award.
She also won another Golden Globe Award for her film debut in “Lady Bird,” in which she played a character named Carrie Fisher.
Leterriers role in the 2018 film “Loving” earned the Academy a Golden Handy Award nomination.
She won a Silver Bear Award in 2018 for her starring role in Warner Bros. Animation’s “Moana,” which earned her a Golden Spirit Award nomination and a nomination for Outstanding Visual Effects for a Film.
Best actress: Rooney MaraThe Golden Globe and Golden Globe nominees for “Lion” are Rooney Mara and Jennifer Lawrence, who were nominated for their portrayal of Selena and the Lion King.
Mara was nominated as best actress.
The Golden Globe award went to Lawrence, but she won for her outstanding performance in Disney’s “Alice Through the Looking Glass,” which she won in 2017 and 2017.
Mara also won four Academy Awards in 2017: Best Actress for her work in “Alice in Wonderland,” “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and the “A Wrinkle in Time” remake, which she also won.
Best Supporting Actor for his work in the film, which was also nominated for its Golden Globe.
Marianne Faithfull is nominated for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II in “Wonder Woman.”
She is also nominated as the best actress this year for her appearance in the new “Starring Benedict Cumberbatch” film, and she is also a recipient of an Academy award for her voiceover work on “Sherlock.”
Best Supporting Actress for “Wonder Man” is not nominated, as she won the Best Actress award for the role.
Best Picture: “Bridge of Spies”The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced on Tuesday, Feb 15 that it will be awarding its 35th Annual Academy Awards on Feb. 22, 2019, and a live stream of the ceremony will be available to the public.
The ceremony will also feature the first-ever live streaming of the awards ceremony, as they are live-streamed from the Academy.
In 2017, Academy Award nominee Jennifer Lawrence won a Best Actress Oscar for playing Elizabeth, the Queen of England in “Bridge Of Spies.”
She was also the first actress to win the award since Mia Farrow won in 2009.
The Academy also won Best Picture in 2017, when “Wonder” won for Best Director.
Best Actress: Sandra BullockThe best actress award goes out to Sandra Bullocks performance in Foxcatcher.