19 May 2014 11:23 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

For those who don’t live in Southern California, this is the perfect way to experience Academy events.

The Academy has launched a new digital documentary-style video series, “Academy Originals,” which examines everything from the creative process, to the moments that changed the course of filmmaking, to the artists who are charting its future.

Academy Originals is now available on Oscars.org/AcademyOriginals and YouTube.com/AcademyOriginals.  The series launches today with three episodes:

Let’s Go to the Movies with Patton Oswalt – Follow along as comedian, actor and movie fanatic Patton Oswalt is offered the opportunity to screen any film from the Academy Film Archive and analyzes it with comedian Karen Kilgariff. “Not Much to See”: How the Blind Enjoy Movies – A documentary look at the impact movies can have on people who can’t “see” them. Creative Spark: Tina Gordon Chism – Screenwriter, director and Academy member Tina Gordon Chism (“Drumline, »

- Michelle McCue

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