A film about the murder of James Bulger will be able to compete at the Oscars, despite her mother's allegations.
Denise Fergus said she was asked for the arrest of Vincent Lambe to be taken from the next month after it was nominated in the best direct performance short category.
She said she was particularly worried about resumes of James, led by the hands of her young assassins Jon Venables and Robert Thompson.
But the academy disagreed, saying: "The academy offers its deepest condolences to Mrs. Fergus and her family. We are deeply moved and disturbed because of the loss they have suffered, and we are very concerned about them.
"Following long-term fundamental principles established to maintain the integrity of the awards, the academy does not influence the process of voting.
"Detention was voted by academic members. When they choose, each individual applies their own judgment on the creativity, artistic and technical values of the films.
"We understand that this will not alleviate the pain experienced by the family, but we hope it explains the neutral role of the academy in the election process."
James was only two years old when he was kidnapped, tortured and killed by 10-year-old Thompson and Venables in 1993 in Merseyside.
The short film is based on police records and interviews with the two assassins after James's corrupted body was found in a railway line two days after his murder.
Mrs. Fergus said: "I can not express how sad and upset I'm at this movie called, and now called for an Oscar.
"One thing is doing a movie like this without contacting or obtaining permission from the James family, but another to have a child to resume the final hours of James's life before he was brutally murdered and doing myself and my family should reappear this everything again!
Vincent Lambe, the film's director, confirmed Mrs. Fergus had never been in contact with the implementation of the documentary.
The Irish cinema said: "The public opinion is that these two children are simply convinced, and anyone who says something different or gives an alternative reason why they have done it or trying to understand why they have done it, they are criticized for that .
"I think we have the responsibility to try and feel what happened."
The Academic Awards are in Los Angeles on February 24.
Meanwhile, a Senh actress is Tina Malone facing contempt of courts over a social media post that supposed to show images of James Bulger murderer Jon Venables.
Venables and Thompson have lived anonymously with new identities since they were released from life conditions.