Oscars ceremony proves it's still the biggest show in town
Despite the prevalence of television, the world of movie-making has flourished, with a host of top-class films every year.
This year was no exception, and the high-quality of cinema was reflected in the Hollywood Oscars Ceremony. There was widespread approval of all the major winners, including the feisty Frances McDormand as the vengeful mother from Missouri, and Gary Oldman for his stunning portrayal of Churchill.
There was also the pivotal campaign to give women in cinema their rightful respect. Overall, the Oscars retain their universal prestige, and provide headlines every year.
Long may they continue.