How Are The Winners Of The Oscars Chosen & Who Votes in it?
Every year the biggest award show of the film industry is organized which is named the Oscar (academy awards) and film lovers of every country are very eager to know the winners of this award. There are many processes to choose the winner and nomination of this award and we are sharing the complete details with you here.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) is an organization that governs the entire award show with three representatives from each of its 17 branches and rules and regulations are written in the book.
Initially, the Academy had only 36 founding members but today it has grown to over 9000 including actors, directors, writers, lawyers, technicians, and producers.
Who are the members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS)?
Each year, the organization completes a list of checks and balances before inviting Academy members, and each of its 17 branches includes actors, casting directors, cinematographers, costume designers, designers, directors, documentarians, executives, Includes Film Editors, Make- makeup artists, and hairstylist. , Music, Producer, Public Relations, Short Film and Feature Animation, Sound Visual Effects, and Writer.
How are films selected for Oscar nominations?
Filmmakers send their films to Oscar nominations through applications and the film is premiered with screenings for a few days to be selected in the nominations.
How is the nomination conducted?
If a member of the Academy is a musician, he votes only in the categories of music and this is how all categories are divided. But this rule does not apply to the Best Picture category, in which members of each category can vote and are allowed to submit between 5 and 10 nominations.
After members vote on each category of the entertainment industry, the films, music, lyrics, etc that get the fewest votes are eliminated. This process goes on till the winner is selected.