The Oscars are undoubtedly one of the awards that any actor, director or film producer wants to win.
Hundreds of films have passed through this ceremony hoping to win one of the most important awards: Best film. Yet few make it to the final cut, and even fewer stand out for having received dozens of nominations on the same night.
There are several films that went down in history for having received several nominations, but there is one in particular that stands out from the rest: “Titanic” del director James Cameron.
The movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio y Kate Winslet It can be considered as the most successful film in cinema. Not only It is the most nominated film in the history of the Oscars. but it is also the most awarded and the highest grossing.
This romantic drama tells the tragic romance between two young people from different social classes, who are on board the ocean liner RMS Titanic, which ends up sinking after hitting an iceberg.
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At the 1998 Oscars, James Cameron’s film won 14 nominations, of which he won 11. “Titanic” received awards for Best Film, Best Director, Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, Best Visual Effects, Best Editing, Best Soundtrack, Best Original Song, Best Sound, and Best Sound Editing.
“Titanic” lost in the Best Makeup, Best Actress (Kate Winslet) and Best Supporting Actress (Gloria Stuart) categories.
However “Titanic” is not the only film that has become a very important part in the history of the Oscars, since the film “La La Land” by Damien Chazelle, starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, received 14 nominationsand even many people still remember the embarrassing moment where the wrongly announced as the winner in the Best Picture categorywhen the award was for “Moonlight”.
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