The Oscars are over and as per usual, the blogosphere has chimed in with their personal reflections on the show. One of my favourite posts is from Alex (from And So It Begins...), who highlighted some of the drawbacks to the modern idea of the "awards season". Check out his article below, as well as other interesting reads from the past week:
Alex wrote a great piece about The Problem with Liking the Oscars Too Much.
Andrew assembled some fine articles for his Motifs in Cinema blogathon.
Jason had nice things to say about the Saudi film Wadjda, calling it a stunning, moving debut.
Rich refuses to be fooled by the hoopla of awards season, daring Hollywood to Make Nyong'o a star.