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    Sinema Sanatları ve Bilimleri Akademisi orijinal adıyla Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 11 Mayıs 1927'de Los Angeles, Kaliforniya'da kurulmuş bir kuruluştur. Akademi Ödüllerini dağıtan kurumdur. Son başkanı Tom Sherak'tır.

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    Akademi'nin 36 Kurucusu[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

    Oyuncular

    Richard Barthelmess Jack Holt Conrad Nagel Milton Sills Douglas Fairbanks Harold Lloyd Mary Pickford

    Yönetmenler

    Cecil B. DeMille Frank Lloyd Henry King Fred Niblo John M. Stahl Raoul Walsh

    Yazarlar

    Joseph Farnham Benjamin Glazer Jeanie MacPherson Bess Meredyth Carey Wilson Frank Woods

    Teknisyenler

    J, Arthur Ball Cedric Gibbons Roy J. Pomeroy

    Yapımcılar

    Fred Beetson Charles H. Christie Sid Grauman Milton E. Hoffman Jesse L. Lasky M. C. Levee Louis B. Mayer Joseph M. Schenck Irving Thalberg Harry Warner Jack Warner Harry Rapf

    Avukatlar

    Edwin Loeb George W. Cohen Genişlet gtd Akademi Ödülleri Otorite kontrolü

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    Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

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    Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

    Abbreviation AMPAS

    Formation May 11, 1927; 94 years ago

    Type Trade association

    Headquarters Beverly Hills, California, U.S.

    Membership 9,921 (2020)[1]

    President David Rubin (since 2019)

    Website www.oscars.org

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS, often pronounced /ˈæmpæs/; also known as simply the Academy or the Motion Picture Academy) is a professional honorary organization with the stated goal of advancing the arts and sciences of motion pictures. The Academy's corporate management and general policies are overseen by a board of governors, which includes representatives from each of the craft branches.

    As of April 2020, the organization was estimated to consist of around 9,921 motion picture professionals. The Academy is an international organization and membership is open to qualified filmmakers around the world.

    The Academy is known around the world for its annual Academy Awards, now officially and popularly known as "The Oscars".[2]

    In addition, the Academy holds the Governors Awards annually for lifetime achievement in film; presents Scientific and Technical Awards annually; gives Student Academy Awards annually to filmmakers at the undergraduate and graduate level; awards up to five Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting annually; and operates the Margaret Herrick Library (at the Fairbanks Center for Motion Picture Study) in Beverly Hills, California, and the Pickford Center for Motion Picture Study in Hollywood, Los Angeles. The Academy opened the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles in 2021.[3][4]

    Contents

    1 History

    2 Galleries and theaters

    2.1 Current

    2.1.1 Academy Headquarters

    2.1.2 Pickford Center for Motion Picture Study

    2.1.3 Fairbanks Center for Motion Picture Study

    2.1.4 The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

    2.2 Former

    2.2.1 Academy Theater in New York

    3 Membership

    3.1 Lists of invitees

    3.2 Expulsions 4 Academy branches

    5 Board of Governors

    6 Original 36 founders of the Academy

    7 Presidents of the Academy

    8 Current administration of the Academy

    9 See also 10 References 11 External links

    History[edit]

    Headquarters building

    The notion of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) began with Louis B. Mayer, head of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM). He said he wanted to create an organization that would mediate labor disputes without unions[5] and improve the film industry's image. He met with actor Conrad Nagel, director Fred Niblo, and the head of the Association of Motion Picture Producers, Fred Beetson to discuss these matters. The idea of this elite club having an annual banquet was discussed, but no mention of awards at that time. They also established that membership into the organization would only be open to people involved in one of the five branches of the industry: actors, directors, writers, technicians, and producers.[6]

    After their brief meeting, Mayer gathered up a group of thirty-six people involved in the film industry and invited them to a formal banquet at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles on January 11, 1927.[7] That evening Mayer presented to those guests what he called the International Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Everyone in the room that evening became a founder of the Academy.[6] Between that evening and when the official Articles of Incorporation for the organization were filed on May 4, 1927, the "International" was dropped from the name, becoming the "Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences".[8][9]

    Several organizational meetings were held prior to the first official meeting held on May 6, 1927. Their first organizational meeting was held on May 11 at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel. At that meeting Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. was elected as the first president of the Academy, while Fred Niblo was the first vice-president, and their first roster, composed of 230 members, was printed.[8] That night, the Academy also bestowed its first honorary membership, to Thomas Edison.[9] Initially, the Academy was broken down into five main groups, or branches, although this number of branches has grown over the years. The original five were: Producers, Actors, Directors, Writers and Technicians.[10]

    The initial concerns of the group had to do with labor."[11] However, as time went on, the organization moved "further away from involvement in labor-management arbitrations and negotiations."[12] One of several committees formed in those initial days was for "Awards of Merit," but it was not until May 1928 that the committee began to have serious discussions about the structure of the awards and the presentation ceremony. By July 1928, the board of directors had approved a list of 12 awards to be presented.[13] During July the voting system for the Awards was established, and the nomination and selection process began.[14] This "award of merit for distinctive achievement" is what we know now as the Academy Awards.

    The initial location of the organization was 6912 Hollywood Boulevard.[11][12] In November 1927, the Academy moved to the Roosevelt Hotel at 7010 Hollywood Boulevard, which was also the month the Academy's library began compiling a complete collection of books and periodicals dealing with the industry from around the world. In May 1928, the Academy authorized the construction of a state of the art screening room, to be located in the Club lounge of the hotel. The screening room was not completed until April 1929.[11]

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