“Racism is not dead. It’s not. And that’s why this film is so important. To understand American society today, it starts with these kinds of stories, and the fact that they haven’t been dealt with yet. There’s work to be done. There are apologies that need to be sought and apologies that need to be offered. And that’s on a political level and a social level and an individual level and a communal level”
Lupita Nyong’o & Christoph Waltz | 86th Annual Academy Awards - Portraits
Idina Menzel & Jimmy Fallon perform “Let It Go”
The Queen may be the most powerful on the board, but the King is the one that ends the game. How far is a Queen willing to go to protect her King until the end?
The cast and crew of ‘12 Years a Slave’ celebrate after winning the Best Picture award onstage during the 86th Annual Academy Awards