The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences more than doubled the number of invitations to make good on a promise to increase female and minority membership.
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Diversity is among the issues being watched closely ahead of these contests for the governing body of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
A new nominating process for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ governing board has produced a more prominent, if not more diverse, field of candidates.
A screen version of the Broadway musical “Wicked” has finally been scheduled for release by Universal Pictures.
“Hell or High Water,” a contemporary Western, has one of the top diner or deli scenes in movie memory, rivaling those in “Five Easy Pieces” and “When Harry Met Sally.”
In a letter sent to members on Monday, the governors said new rules concerning inactivity — being used in an attempt to trim members — were unclear.
The untitled movie, which Mr. Beatty has been working on since the mid-1970s, is set to be released in the fall.
Recalling the quirks of a country music legend during an ultimately unsuccessful moviemaking journey.
A federal judge cites the diversity debate in a ruling involving a defamation suit filed by the music executive Jerry Heller.
Weinstein said it would cancel plans to film a Lee Daniels movie there after the Assembly passed a bill that some say would lead to discrimination.