What is an Oscar snub?

Answer Oscar, officially titled the Academy Award of Merit, is an award given out yearly by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The members choose notable films, actors and technicians, but t... Read More »

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What is the origin of the name Oscar?

The name Oscar has roots in both Gaelic and Old English with a possible cognate (Asgeirr) coming from Old Norse. The Old English/Old Norse derivation means "god spear," while the Gaelic version tra... Read More »

What Is an Oscar Award?

An Oscar is Hollywood's highest honor, an award given to the best films and filmmakers each year. These awards, also known as the Academy Awards, are given out during a televised, star-studded gala... Read More »

What does the Oscar statue look like?

The reward for a job well done in American cinema, the Oscar is a gold figure of a knight grasping a crusader's sword. The figure stands on a film reel. An Oscar statuette weighs eight and a half p... Read More »