Road to the Oscars '06

Your headquarters for everything Oscar.

IMDb's complete coverage of the Oscars, plus the Golden Globes, and the BAFTAs, and the critics' awards, and.... it's everything that led up to this year's Academy Awards, held on on Sunday, March 5, 2006.


Photos

Reese Witherspoon We've got all the Oscar Photos you could ever want, including images from the red carpet, the show itself, and the after-parties. And don't forget the photos from the Independent Spirit Awards, held the day before.
 

Awards

Transamerica Four movies each took home two honors from the Independent Spirit Awards, including Transamerica and perennial winner Brokeback Mountain. Also, check out the nominees and winners from the Golden Globes, the Screen Actors Guild awards, and see all the critics' favorites in our Awards section.


Polls
Capote

We've closed up shop on our Best of 2005 Poll, Worst of 2005 Poll, and our annual Oscar Poll, so find out who the users of the IMDb chose as their favorites -- and least favorites -- of the past year, and who they thought should win the little gold men.
  BAFTAs
Brokeback Mountain

It was more of the same at this year's BAFTA Awards, as Brokeback Mountain emerged triumphant with four awards, including Best Picture and Director, crushing the hopes of heavy favorite The Constant Gardener, which took home only one award out of its ten nominations. Get all the BAFTA winners.


SAGs
Crash

Crash was the surprise winner of the Outstanding Cast honor at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, which spread the wealth among number of films -- but current Oscar fave Brokeback Mountain was not one of them. Get all the SAG winners -- including television -- and all the photos from the big night.
  STARmeter Top 25
Keira Knightley

Wondering who the hottest stars of 2005 were? Get the rundown with the IMDb STARmeter Top 25 for 2005 and see how we rank the most popular stars of the year, including Pride & Prejudice's Oscar-nominated Keira Knightley (#8).

 

Trivia

The film was the most recent Best Picture nominee not to receive either a Best Director or Screenplay nod; it went on to win two Oscars.

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