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Academy Awards

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was formed in
1927 with Douglas Fairbanks as its first president. Qualification
for membership which remains by invitation, is achievement in one or
other areas of film production.
Its first awards were held on 16 May 1929 for films that had been released
in Los Angeles between the beginning of August 1927 and the end
of July 1928. The Academy´s gold-plated statuette was designed by
Cedric Gibbons, MGM´s art director. Its nickname, Oscar, which like
Academy Awards, is now registered as a trademark, is said to have
been due to a secretary who remarked that it looked just like her
uncle Oscar, although several people have claimed to have invented
them. Over the years, the categories have altered, and in 1937 the
Irving Thalberg Memorial Award was added to commemorate MGM´s former
production chief who died in 1936; it is presented to producers who
achieve a consistently high level of work. An Oscar remains the
cinema´s most sought-after award and is the only one that can give a
considerable financial boost to the career of an individual or a film.



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