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'Best Picture' is FAKE AND GAY

  1. #1
    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/zoechristenjones/2020/09/08/the-academy-sets-new-inclusion-standards-for-oscar-eligibility/
    https://www.oscars.org/news/academy-establishes-representation-and-inclusion-standards-oscarsr-eligibility

    Basically in order to compete for 'best picture' pandering to 'underrepresented groups' is now mandatory. Some of the criteria include (they don't all need to be met):

    At least 30% of all actors in secondary and more minor roles are from at least two of the following underrepresented groups:
    • Women
    • Racial or ethnic group
    • LGBTQ+
    • People with cognitive or physical disabilities, or who are deaf or hard of hearing

    fucking lol@ that hard of hearing bit though

    At least two of the following creative leadership positions and department heads—Casting Director, Cinematographer, Composer, Costume Designer, Director, Editor, Hairstylist, Makeup Artist, Producer, Production Designer, Set Decorator, Sound, VFX Supervisor, Writer—are from the following underrepresented groups:
    • Women
    • Racial or ethnic group
    • LGBTQ+
    • People with cognitive or physical disabilities, or who are deaf or hard of hearing

    The major studios/distributors are required to have substantive, ongoing paid apprenticeships/internships inclusive of underrepresented groups (must also include racial or ethnic groups) in most of the following departments: production/development, physical production, post-production, music, VFX, acquisitions, business affairs, distribution, marketing and publicity.

    The mini-major or independent studios/distributors must have a minimum of two apprentices/interns from the above underrepresented groups (at least one from an underrepresented racial or ethnic group) in at least one of the following departments: production/development, physical production, post-production, music, VFX, acquisitions, business affairs, distribution, marketing and publicity.


    They should just change the award's name to GAYEST PICTURE.
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  2. #2
    Sudo Naturally Camouflaged [my hereto riemannian peach]
    that undermines the credibility and puts perimeters on what "art" is. Nobody has really considered it a serious measurement of artistic merit for about 30 years but it's still considered the most prestigious and easily recognizable prize.

    I'd say they were gonna come for sports next but it's already fulla minorities, but it would be hilarious if they make them pander to LGBTQshit
  3. #3
    Originally posted by aldra https://www.forbes.com/sites/zoechristenjones/2020/09/08/the-academy-sets-new-inclusion-standards-for-oscar-eligibility/
    https://www.oscars.org/news/academy-establishes-representation-and-inclusion-standards-oscarsr-eligibility

    Basically in order to compete for 'best picture' pandering to 'underrepresented groups' is now mandatory. Some of the criteria include (they don't all need to be met):



    fucking lol@ that hard of hearing bit though






    They should just change the award's name to GAYEST PICTURE.

    i was wondering how they're going to judge east asian movies.

    do korean movies now need niggers to qualify ?

    how about movies from gebuine islamic countries where LBGTWRXYZ are outrightly illegal ? are they going to reject islamic movies ? wouldnt that be more racist and white supremacist since all these diversity loving and faggot worshipping

    WHITE CULTURE ????
  4. #4
    cigreting Space Nigga
    You have liberals and democrats to blame for this bullshit ladies and gents
  5. #5
    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    Originally posted by Sudo that undermines the credibility and puts perimeters on what "art" is

    ART IS GAY
  6. #6
    Speedy Parker Dark Matter
    Hollywood is becoming irrelavant. Their reign is crumbling as more people wake up from being so woke.

    Here is a list of the Oscars ceremonies of the past two decades with viewership totals, Best Picture winner and host:

    2020: 23.6 million, Parasite (No host)
    2019: 29.6 million, Green Book (No host)
    2018: 26.5 million, The Shape of Water (Jimmy Kimmel)
    2017: 32.9 million, Moonlight (Jimmy Kimmel)
    2016: 34.4 million, Spotlight (Chris Rock)
    2015: 37.3 million, Birdman (Neil Patrick Harris)
    2014: 43.7 million, 12 Years a Slave (Ellen DeGeneres)
    2013: 40.3 million, Argo (Seth MacFarlane)
    2012: 39.3 million, The Artist (Billy Crystal)
    2011: 37.9 million, The King’s Speech (Anne Hathaway/James Franco)
    2010: 41.3 million, The Hurt Locker (Steve Martin/Alec Baldwin)
    2009: 36.3 million, Slumdog Millionaire (Hugh Jackman)
    2008: 32.0 million, No Country For Old Men (Jon Stewart)
    2007: 40. 2 million, The Departed (Ellen DeGeneres)
    2006: 38.9 million, Crash (Jon Stewart)
    2005 42.1 million, Million Dollar Baby (Chris Rock)
    2004: 43.5 million, The Lord Of The Rings: The Return of the King (Billy Crystal)
    2003: 33.0 million, Chicago (Steve Martin)
    2002: 41.8 million, A Beautiful Mind (Whoopi Goldberg)
    2001: 42.9 million, Gladiator (Steve Martin)

    That is about a 45% decrease in viewers over just 20 years or an average annual decline of around 2.2%. At that rate in just 10 years they will be down to only 18.8 million viewers. But it is actually much worse for them. If you look at 2014 through 2020 the drop is much steeper.
    It works out to an average annual decline in viewers of around 7.5%. At that rate in just 10 years they would be donw to only 10.8 million viewers or about a 75% loss over just 16 years.
  7. #7
    cigreting Space Nigga
    Originally posted by Speedy Parker Hollywood is becoming irrelavant. Their reign is crumbling as more people wake up from being so woke.

    Here is a list of the Oscars ceremonies of the past two decades with viewership totals, Best Picture winner and host:

    2020: 23.6 million, Parasite (No host)
    2019: 29.6 million, Green Book (No host)
    2018: 26.5 million, The Shape of Water (Jimmy Kimmel)
    2017: 32.9 million, Moonlight (Jimmy Kimmel)
    2016: 34.4 million, Spotlight (Chris Rock)
    2015: 37.3 million, Birdman (Neil Patrick Harris)
    2014: 43.7 million, 12 Years a Slave (Ellen DeGeneres)
    2013: 40.3 million, Argo (Seth MacFarlane)
    2012: 39.3 million, The Artist (Billy Crystal)
    2011: 37.9 million, The King’s Speech (Anne Hathaway/James Franco)
    2010: 41.3 million, The Hurt Locker (Steve Martin/Alec Baldwin)
    2009: 36.3 million, Slumdog Millionaire (Hugh Jackman)
    2008: 32.0 million, No Country For Old Men (Jon Stewart)
    2007: 40. 2 million, The Departed (Ellen DeGeneres)
    2006: 38.9 million, Crash (Jon Stewart)
    2005 42.1 million, Million Dollar Baby (Chris Rock)
    2004: 43.5 million, The Lord Of The Rings: The Return of the King (Billy Crystal)
    2003: 33.0 million, Chicago (Steve Martin)
    2002: 41.8 million, A Beautiful Mind (Whoopi Goldberg)
    2001: 42.9 million, Gladiator (Steve Martin)

    That is about a 45% decrease in viewers over just 20 years or an average annual decline of around 2.2%. At that rate in just 10 years they will be down to only 18.8 million viewers. But it is actually much worse for them. If you look at 2014 through 2020 the drop is much steeper.
    It works out to an average annual decline in viewers of around 7.5%. At that rate in just 10 years they would be donw to only 10.8 million viewers or about a 75% loss over just 16 years.

    Good. Fuck hollywood and their agenda
  8. #8
    Archer513 African Astronaut
    Only gay fux watch the oscars.

    And drama chics. They are all lefty retards,so it’s just pandering to your own demographic.
  9. #9
    Speedy Parker Dark Matter
    Originally posted by cigreting Good. Fuck hollywood and their agenda

    To be honest I never really thought much of the industry. When people start talking about most celebrities I honestly don't know who they are. If I do watch a movie I really don't ever know who the cast is unless it's an actor who gets shoved down your throat via pop culture.
  10. #10
    Originally posted by cigreting Good. Fuck hollywood and their agenda

    hollywood used to be white.
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