For Love of the Oscars
Movie lovers unite! The ceremony that honors the best films released between March 1, 2021 and December 31, 2021 will be hosted by Amy Schumer, Wanda Skykes and Regina Hall at the Dolby Theatre in LA on Sunday March 27, 2022. This year marks the 94th Academy Awards.
Get Caught Up
"The Power of the Dog," a Western psychological drama starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons, leads this year's awards with a total of 12 nominations
"Dune," a science fiction film follows close behind at 10.
Denzel Washington is breaking his own record as the most-nominated Black actor in Oscars history, at 10 nominations. Despite the number of acknowledgements from the Academy, Washington hasn't taken home an Academy Award in more than two decades.
Troy Kotsur is the first deaf actor nominated in the best supporting actor category for his role in "Coda,” a film about a child who was the only one who could speak in a deaf family.
"Belfast," now nominated for seven Oscars, is writer-director Kenneth Branagh's semi-autobiographical drama about a young boy growing up in 1960s Northern Ireland.
Check out Next Best Picture on Evergreen Podcasts for an interview with "Belfast" Star, Ciarán Hinds.
Also! Check out Next Best Pictures' Oscars predictions: https://www.nextbestpicture.com/oscar-predictions.html
You GO Girls
Oscars 2022 is the first time in history that the ceremony will be hosted by three women: Amy Schumer, Wanda Skykes and Regina Hall.
If you enjoy a female perspective with witty-banter, you have got to check out the sister-duo on Sleep-Over Cinema . This episode highlights 2007’s “Juno,” an indie-critical, darling documenting the unplanned pregnancy of a sixteen year old.
Satisfy Your Cravings
If you are craving more celeb-gossip, pop-culture and entertainment be sure to listen to Pop Culture Confidential, a Davey Award Winner on Evergreen Podcasts. Take a quick listen on "Episode 270: Will Smith, Coda, and Squid Game" big winners at the Screen Actors Guild awards 2022! SAG reactions with Erik Anderson and Host Christina Jeurling Birro!
Grab your popcorn –
If you can’t wait until Sunday March 27, 2022, Evergreen has your advance ticket to a diverse lineup of movie podcasts you won’t want to miss including:
Behind the Doc takes you on a behind the scenes look at some of the most authentic, illuminating, and exciting documentaries chosen from the Gravitas Ventures collection. Hosts, B.C. Wehman and Heather Grayson, talk with filmmakers to get their best stories, biggest surprises during production, and uncover just what it took to bring these documentaries to you!
A movie review podcast hosted by Hollywood critics, Les Roberts and Ann Elder. Each episode contains an in depth analysis of a chosen film. Les and Ann's Hollywood experience gives them the insight to discuss plot, script, casting, and whatever else you might want to know!
Hollywood fashion expert, VIP personal shopper and commentator Joseph "Joe" Katz brings you interviews with celebrities and influencers about their style and personal experiences. He also shares the best beauty & lifestyle tips and tricks to help you look and feel your best.
Hosted by film enthusiast Joan Andrews, The Sound of Movies celebrates the joyful fusion of music and film. Each episode features memorable soundtracks of timeless box office favorites accompanied by a description of the scenes that coincide with the track.
About the Oscars:
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was founded in 1927 and is the world's preeminent movie-related organization, comprising more than 10,000+ accomplished individuals working in cinema. See the entire list of nominees here.
Evergreen Podcasts manages 150+ podcasts across twelve channels/genres. By the end of 2022, the Evergreen network is on target to have over 13,000,000 podcast downloads, making it one of the fastest growing podcast networks globally.
Happy Awards Season!
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