Oscars Announce New Inclusion Requirements for Best Picture Nominees

Oscars Announce New Inclusion Requirements for Best Picture Nominees

In accordance with The Academy Aperture 2025 Initiative, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have redefined their Oscars Best Picture eligibility criteria in an attempt to ensure the film industry is more inclusive. Charlie Gardiner reports.

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From ‘Foreign Language’ To ‘International Feature’: Why A Change In Name Isn’t Enough

From ‘Foreign Language’ To ‘International Feature’: Why A Change In Name Isn’t Enough

The Oscars have renamed their ‘Best Foreign Language Film’ category ‘Best International Feature Film’ in the name of inclusivity – but, as Sophie Butcher discusses, this alone is not enough to improve recognition for world cinema.

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In Defence of The Academy – A Sarcastic Address of the Controversy Surrounding The Oscars

In Defence of The Academy – A Sarcastic Address of the Controversy Surrounding The Oscars

For close to a century, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has been a pillar of open-mindedness and has set benchmarks for inclusion. This article celebrates their otherworldly knowledge and passion that totally isn’t bought or the source of controversy.

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