From famous films like "Casino" and "The Hangover" taking place in Las Vegas, to notable film programs at UNLV, CSN and Nevada State College, it's no doubt this city has a strong connection to the film world.
13 Action News is celebrating the 92nd Academy Awards with stories related to the film industry. You can check them out below.
FORD V FERRARI HAS TIES TO LAS VEGAS
Shelby American Inc. features classic cars and tells the true story of Carroll Shelby's mission to beat Ferrari at Le Mans in 1966. READ MORE.
LAS VEGAS FEATURED IN FILM
With the help of the Nevada Film Office, we're taking a trip back in time to feature some of the most famous films ever shot in the Las Vegas valley. READ MORE
VEGAS VALLEY FILMMAKERS DISCUSS REPRESENTATION IN HOLLYWOOD
Local filmmakers in Las Vegas say Oscars 2020 show representation in Hollywood is still a problem. READ MORE
THE BEST PICTURE NOMINEE WITH STRONG LAS VEGAS TIES
The Oscar nominee for best picture is one of the most talked about categories on the list. Since it's Netflix release, The Irishman has been a hot button topic in Las Vegas. READ MORE
UNLV FILM STUDENTS ASPIRE TO BREAK INTO THE MOVIE BUSINESS
UNLV's Department of Film has the tools students need to make those dreams happen. READ MORE
VEGAS FILM PROFESSIONALS WEIGH IN ON LACK OF FEMALE NOMINEES
This year’s most talked-about snub is in the category for best director where all of the nominees were male and did not include "Little Women" director, Greta Gerwig. Some Las Vegas industry professionals are speaking out about the lack of female director nominees at the 2020 Oscars. READ MORE
VEGAS FILMMAKER EXPLORES POSSIBILITY OF TUPAC BEING ALIVE
In his new film - "2Pac: The Great Escape from UMC" - Las Vegas valley filmmaker Rick Boss explores the possibility of rap icon Tupac Shakur still being alive. Most people would agree with official reports that after being shot, Tupac was taken to UMC where he died six days later. But Boss has an alternate ending. READ MORE
The Oscars will air on KTNV-TV Channel 13 at 5 p.m. Sunday. Make sure to tune in afterwards for a special edition of 13 Action News at 8 p.m.