Film

Kino Welt Wien

Eine Kulturgeschichte städtischer Traumorte
Ausstellung 5.3.2020–10.1.2021

 

Auge Gottes Kino 1980 © Herwig Jobst

Die bald 125-jährige Geschichte der Kinos in Wien präsentiert die neue große Ausstellung des Filmarchiv Austria im METRO Kino­kulturhaus. Einzigartige Original-Exponate und zahlreiche Themeninseln vermitteln anschaulich die bis heute ungebrochene Faszination des Kinos in unserer Stadt. Die Ausstellung lädt die BesucherInnen auf zwei Ebenen dazu ein, durch die vergangene und die heutige Wiener Kinolandschaft zu flanieren, in wesentliche Etappen der Kinogeschichte einzutauchen und Erinnerungen an die eigene Zeit im Kino zu hinterlassen. Mehr Information www.filmarchiv.at

 

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THE ACADEMY AND ABC

ANNOUNCE OSCARS® 2022 DATE

LOS ANGELES, CA — The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and ABC today announced the 2022 Oscars® show date and confirmed the 2021 date. Upcoming Oscars show dates are as follows:

 

92nd Oscars Sunday, February 9, 2020
93rd Oscars Sunday, February 28, 2021
94th Oscars Sunday, February 27, 2022

Timing of the 2022 Olympics, the Super Bowl and national holidays will keep the 2021 and 2022 dates on the last Sunday in February. The Academy and ABC continue to evaluate dates for future years.

The Oscars ceremony is broadcast live at 5 p.m. PT/ 8 p.m. ET on the ABC Television Network and globally in more than 225 countries and territories worldwide.

Additional information about the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Academy Foundation may be found at http://www.oscars.org


LOS ANGELES, CA, FEBRUARY 9, 2020

In a feature of tonight’s 92nd Academy Awards® ceremony,
Tom Hanks announced to the audience in the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles and to millions of broadcast viewers around the world, that the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures will open to the public on Monday,
December 14, 2020.

 

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Announces Acquisition of Bela Lugosi’s Iconic Cape from Dracula
 
Major Additional Donations and Acquisitions Showcase Breadth of Museum’s Costume Collection, Including Pieces Worn by Shirley Temple, Sammy Davis Jr., and Jack Nicholson.
LOS ANGELES, CA, October 21, 2019–The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is pleased to announce numerous iconic movie costumes it has acquired over the last year through generous donations, partial gifts, and purchase. Costume design will be one of the many motion-picture arts explored in the Museum’s inaugural exhibitions.
Other major gifts include:
• Shirley Temple’s gown, cape, crown, and scepter from The Little Princess (1939), donated by the Family of Shirley Temple Black. Like many of the costumes worn by the child star, whose outfits (unlike those of other actors) could not be easily repurposed for use in other films, they are in near-pristine condition.
• Wedding dress worn by Jennifer Jones in Madame Bovary (1949), donated by the Arnold R. Kunert Collection
• Cloche worn by Debbie Reynolds in Singin’ in the Rain (1952), donated by Lauri Buehler
• Gown worn by Ann Blyth in The King’s Thief (1955), also from the Kunert Collection.

The Museum has also expanded its collection through purchase, acquiring items including:
• Marlene Dietrich’s Helen Faraday evening robe from Blonde Venus (1932)
• Gene Kelly’s sweater and slacks from An American in Paris (1951)
• Sammy Davis, Jr.’s two-piece, black-and-white-patterned Sportin’ Life suit from Porgy and Bess (1959)
• Costumes from The Shining (1980), including the crimson jacket worn by Jack Nicholson
• Black wig with gold trim worn by Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra (1963)
• Diana Ross’s Billie Holiday jacket and skirt ensemble from Lady Sings the Blues (1972)
• Richard Pryor’s baseball uniform from The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings (1976)
• Black sequined dress worn by Sonia Braga as the title character in Kiss of the Spider Woman (1985)
• Denim and flannel ensemble worn by Kathy Bates in Misery (1990)
• Three-piece, poly-cotton waitress uniform worn by Susan Sarandon in Thelma and Louise (1991)
• Robe and shorts that helped Jeff Bridges transform himself into The Dude in The Big Lebowski (1998)
• Costume worn by Saoirse Ronan as Mary Stuart in Mary Queen of Scots (2018)

The Academy Museum has actively been acquiring three-dimensional motion picture objects since 2008. Its holdings now number approximately 3,500 items representing costume design, motion picture technology, production design, makeup and hairstyling, promotional materials and memorabilia, and awards. To learn more about the Academy Museum’s collection, click
www.academymuseum.org

 


Body of Truth

Kinostart: Demnächst

 

BODY OF TRUTH begleitet vier Künstlerinnen auf einer faszinierenden, emotionalen Reise durch ihre Biographien: dieserbische Performance-Künstlerin Marina Abramović, die israelische Video- und Installationskünstlerin Sigalit Landau, die iranische Foto- und Film- Künstlerin Shirin Neshat und die deutsche Foto-Künstlerin Katharina Sieverding. Ihre Lebensgeschichten sind geprägt von gesellschaftlichen Konflikten undpersönlichen Erfahrungen mit Krieg, Gewalt und Unterdrückung – die sie in Kunst verwandeln. Ihr Ausdrucksmittel ist das Persönlichste, was sie haben: ihr eigener Körper.

 

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Helmut Newton - The Bad And The Beautiful

Kinostart: Demnächst

 

Ein junger jüdischer Fotograf, aus Nazi-Berlin vertrieben, wird nach einer Odyssee durch die Welt zum Superstar. Er entwirft mit seinen Bildern ein neues, oft provozierendes Frauenbild. Damit prägt er nicht nur die Mode-Fotografie für alle Zeiten.

 

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