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  • Today in History (1929): The First Academy Awards Ceremony is Held

    Today in History (1929): The First Academy Awards Ceremony is Held
    The Oscar night, regarded as one of the most prestigious nights in the movie industry started out with simple beginnings in 1929. Read on to find out more about that first of many glamorous nights after the cut.
  • Oscars 2014 Winners Named

    Oscars 2014 Winners Named
    Taking home a total of seven awards, most of which were under technical categories, the sci-fi drama film “Gravity” by Alfonso Cuaron ended up being the Oscars’ biggest winner at the awards ceremony held on Sunday night, March 2, at Hollywood’s Dolby Theater.
  • The Oscars Get Simpler, Cleaner-Looking Logo

    The Oscars Get Simpler, Cleaner-Looking Logo
    The Academy Awards, more known colloquially as the Oscars, gets a logo revamp just in time for the big night happening in March!
  • Juergen Teller Portraits of 2013's Best Actors

    Juergen Teller Portraits of 2013's Best Actors
    As award season 2013 comes to a close, let's take a look at some of the most compelling performers of the year. W Magazine listed 33 of Hollywood's finest—from big winner Daniel Day-Lewis to newcomer Quevenzhane Wallis—and commissioned fashion photographer Juergen Teller to document them "up close and unscripted."
  • And The Oscar Goes To...

    And The Oscar Goes To...
    ...Anne Hathaway who has scored yet another golden trophy for her stellar performance in Les Misérables! TIME recently featured eleven notable actors who gave superb performances last year, and these emotional portraits by photographer Paola Kudacki show just how deserving each nominee is.
  • Academy Awards Rehearsal Photos From the 1950’s

    Academy Awards Rehearsal Photos From the 1950’s
    The Academy Awards is a prestigious event held by the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) to give props to excellent work done by various professionals in the film industry. During the event, stars also give short performances to entertain the audience. In line with the 84th Academy Awards that just took place, let's take a look at some photos from the past.
  • Consider LomoKino for the 85th Academy Awards!

    Consider LomoKino for the 85th Academy Awards!
    Inspired by the "Consider Uggie" campaign that began at the end of last year, in hopes the Academy would give Uggie, the Jack Russell Terrier, recognition for his performance, Lomography thinks it would be grand if the following black and white silent films received an honorary mention or two at next years Oscar ceremony!
  • The Artist - First Silent Film to Win Oscar in over 80 Years!

    The Artist - First Silent Film to Win Oscar in over 80 Years!
    And the highly acclaimed film didn't snag just one, but five golden statuettes at the 84th Annual Academy Awards. This must be 'the' year for silent films, and we're thrilled to be a part of it! So, snuggle up to your grandma, who will probably pull your ear for insinuating she's old, and celebrate as loud as you can without using any words!
  • Movie Backtrack: Norwegian Wood (Japan)

    Movie Backtrack: Norwegian Wood (Japan)
    With the 84th Academy Awards inching its way closer, we thought of refreshing your memory about some of the most notable movies from different countries. We started out with something from Italy, and today, we bring you a must-watch from Japan.
  • 2nd Annual Oscar Party and Ballot Contest at the Lomography Gallery Store LA! ended over 3 years ago

    2nd Annual Oscar Party and Ballot Contest at the Lomography Gallery Store LA!
    It's that time of year again! Start filling out your ballots in-store NOW and be here Sunday, February 27 to sit back on some leather couches, relax with a drink and some nosh... then pray you got the most categories correct to win a brand new Sprocket Rocket!
  • Tinseltown, CA

    Tinseltown, CA
    About two miles away from the Lomography Gallery Store in Los Angeles is a tourist attraction like no other in the world. While “movie capital of the world” is not necessarily its apt title today as most of the big studios have moved north to Burbank, CA and no movie stars actually live or even hang out in the area, it is still packed with many historical venues and landmarks associated with the rise of the movie industry.