It’s the same scenario every year: reviewers receive screeners of movies that are nominated for the Oscars, and somehow digital copies end up online. The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) does everything in its power to prevent this from happening. Andy Baio makes an annual analysis of when the screeners leaked, which we think is excellent. Because Andy made his datasets freely available, we tried to add something to it.
We put the dataset in Silk, and combined it with data from the Internet Movie Database (IMDB). This makes the dataset richer, and makes it possible to analyze the data combined with genres, actors, etc. The result is now live on oscars.silkapp.com. We hope you like it!