How to watch the Oscars 2017: The nominees

The nominees were announced on Monday, with the film that took home the Golden Globe for best drama, a documentary about a war veteran and a musician and a documentary that tells the story of the Holocaust, the nominees for best documentary and the most diverse film list.

The Oscars were held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California, and are expected to draw thousands of fans and onlookers to the Staples Center in Los Vegas, the home of the NBA, for the ceremony.

But, with all the buzz and excitement surrounding the Oscars, the media was not at home during the ceremony, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released a statement on social media, saying the ceremony was “unexpectedly delayed”.

The Academy is a global body of film and television professionals. 

Its members include Academy members, film and TV studios, broadcasters, writers, directors, producers, editors and cinematographers.

Its main goal is to make the movies, but it is also a celebration of American film and a celebration that brings people together to celebrate their creative talents.

The nominations were announced after a screening of the Oscar-winning documentary, “A Million Miles Away”, in Los Feliz, California on Thursday night.

The ceremony will be streamed live on

The awards ceremony is the first time in the history of the Oscars that the nominations have been announced simultaneously by the academy and the media.

The previous times were on January 12 and November 8, 2000, when the nominations were given out in person at the Academy’s Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Cabos, Mexico.

The Oscar nominations for best film, best drama and best documentary will be announced in a live show broadcast by the Academy and Oscarcast in a few hours’ time on Thursday.

The first nominations will be given out on Friday, followed by the nominees on Saturday, and then on Sunday, which will be followed by a live broadcast by Academy members and the Hollywood press.