In the coming months, we will all be living through the events of the Oscars, which will be hosted by Academy Award-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio, along with director James Mangold and composer Emmanuel Lubezki.
While some of the films that will be shown on the big screen will be more familiar to the Australian population, others, like the film, The Revenant, will be new to Australians.
As the title suggests, The Oscars are being broadcast live on ABC TV and online for the first time.
The big screen was once considered a more niche audience, with most of the Academy Award winners being foreign, but the number of Australian films has surged in recent years.
Australia has hosted the Oscars since 1949.
It is the first year in which the awards are being televised live to a broader audience in the United States, although the Oscars are still broadcast in many countries around the world.ABC News’ Anthony LeBlanc and John Repp (@anthony_leblanc) November 22, 2018Ahead of the event, ABC News Breakfast is taking a look at what you need to know to watch every Oscar tonight.
The Oscar is the award that recognises excellence in filmmaking, the achievement of a film’s story, the accomplishment of its characters, the best achievement of its production.
It was first awarded to the film that won the best picture Oscar in 1951, the same year that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was established.
In recognition of this, the Oscar is now known as the Screen Actors Guild award.
The film that received the highest number of nominations was the 1958 film The Graduate.
It received 10 nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director, and received the award for Best Picture for The Graduate for its depiction of the American Civil Rights Movement.
The nominations are considered a form of public acclaim and the award is then passed on to the winner, according to the Oscar website.
The awards ceremony takes place in the US, so if you live in the state of California, you can watch the ceremony live on a television set.
It’s a very important day in the history of Australia, but I’m sure you’ve seen some of our other Oscars on television before.
If you want to see the Oscars on TV in Australia, you’ll need to find a local TV station and tune in.