Daniel Day-Lewis viewing the Gettysburg Address in the Lincoln Bedroom in the White House following a screening of the film, 'Lincoln', in the White House family theatre attended by United States President Barack Obama with the film director, screenwriter and many of the actors attending, including Day Lewis, who played Abraham Lincoln.
Its Oscar time and this year’s hopefuls include the youngest and oldest ever nominated for acting awards and four period pieces that could not be more different in the running for best picture.
The Oscars will be awarded this Sunday, and today we have film professors Rob Edelman and Audrey Kupferberg in studio to share their picks and address your questions and comments on the nominees, nominees you think may have been overlooked, or even prospects for next year’s awards season.
Walt Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was first shown to a theatrical audience in December 1937 and brought overwhelming, joyous applause from a house full of hardened film-industry professionals.
From today’s perspective, its stature is even greater—named as one of the best movies of all time by the American Film Institute, and still beloved by children and adults around the world.