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Hollywood giants criticize the Oscars' new changes

Heavy names like James Cameron, Guillermo del Toro and Steven Spielberg are demanding that the Academy withdraw a controversial decision.
New year, new controversies around the Oscars - and what the TV broadcast should look like.
This week, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences - which has awarded Oscars since 1929 - decided to cut eight of the award categories for a tighter and shorter program. According to the Academy's decision, the Oscars for, among other things, the best clips and music will be awarded before the TV broadcast, and then cut into the program.

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But such decisions are not made without Hollywood reacting, and now several of the film industry's heaviest names have put together a letter to the Academy's chairman in which they ask him to step up immediate action.
"For almost a century, the Academy Awards have represented a golden standard in how to pay attention to and honor all the professions of filmmaking. As we now approach the 100th anniversary of the Oscars, we are deeply concerned that this golden standard is being tarnished by certain professions. , it says in the letter at Variety.
"Seeking new audiences and making the TV show more entertaining is an important goal, but it can not happen at the expense of all the crafts that make film art worthy of praise."
The letter is signed by filmmakers such as Guillermo del Toro and James Cameron, Star Wars producer Kathleen Kennedy, composers Howard Shore and Hildur Guðnadóttir with about 70 other filmmakers.

Earlier this week, Steven Spielberg criticized the Oscars' new changes. In an interview with Deadline, he says:
- I do not agree with the decision. I strongly feel that film is a medium that is created together, we all become a family where every profession and craft is equally important. At the Oscars, there is no one who is nicer than anyone else. Everyone deserves a place at the table, at the same time and live.
- What would "The Shark" be without John Williams' music ?, adds the director whose "West Side Story" is nominated for 7 Oscars.

The academy continues to claim that all winners will be presented during the Oscars, and that their speeches of thanks will be cut into the three-hour broadcast (in other words, just as the Golden Bug Gala has done for many years). But it's not good enough for Hollywood's giants - and the question now is whether the Oscars' producers can change their minds.


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Oscars 2022: discover films that can be voted on by the public

The Oscars 2022 announced on Tuesday the list of films that can be voted on by the public via Twitter, in a new initiative to involve more fans in the ceremony.

Twitter users will be able to vote for their favorite movies using the hashtag #OscarsFanFavorite. In addition, it will also be possible to vote for the favorite scene of 2021, through the hashtag #OscarsCheerMoment. The voting limit is 20 per day per user.

Formally, the Academy will not consider voting as a new category, but rather a fan engagement initiative in partnership with Twitter.

Check out the list of films eligible to receive the Fan Favorite award:

“Army of the Dead: Invasion of Las Vegas”





“Attack of the Dogs”

“Sing 2”

“Spider-Man: No Homecoming”

“The Suicide Squad”

“Tick, Tick… Boom!”

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From the list, two films were nominated for the category of Best Picture at the Oscars: “Dune” and “Attack of the Dogs”. Already “Spider-Man: No Return Home“, which can be considered one of the favorites for its success at the box office, was nominated only in the Visual Effects category.

The most voted scene and film will be announced during the 2022 Oscars ceremony, which will take place on March 27.




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