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HFPA Commits to Making ‘Transformational’ Reforms

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association issued a statement on Instagram Saturday evening, promising “transformational change” after coming under fire in recent weeks for a lack of diversity in the organization and for ethical issues surrounding the Golden Globes. The Instagram post detailed that the organizations would be hiring an independent diversity and equity expert who […]

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Goya Awards: Antonio Banderas-Hosted Ceremony Prizes ‘The Girls’ as Best Picture

Pilar Palomero’s “The Girls,” a coming-of-age story and generational portrait of Spanish women who would now be in their 40s, swept an extraordinary 35th edition of Spain’s Goya Awards on Saturday, scooping best picture, new director, original screenplay and cinematography. Salvador Calvo won best director for the three-part, Africa-set drama “Adú,” a Netflix pick-up produced […]

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‘Nomadland’ Production Sound Mixer Michael Wolf Snyder Dies at 35

“Nomadland” production sound mixer Michael Wolf Snyder has died by suicide, according his father, David Snyder. He was 35. Snyder’s body was found in his Queens, N.Y. apartment by his father on March 1 after friends and family had not heard from him for several days. David, a psychiatrist, posted a message on Facebook on […]

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Adele Lim, Kelly Marie Tran and Qui Nguyen Talk the Importance of Representation in ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’

“Crazy Rich Asians” screenwriter Adele Lim never thought in her wildest dreams that she would be part of a Disney animated feature, let alone one that is set in Southeast Asia. But Disney’s newest tale, “Raya and the Last Dragon” (now streaming on Disney Plus), delivers its first Southeast Asian princess, Raya, a warrior who […]

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The Best Cannabis Movies and Shows to Stream Right Now

When thinking about weed-themed content, it’s easy to write off every movie or show as a stoner bro comedy. But the streaming age has brought diverse cannabis stories to the forefront, from cannabis-themed cooking shows, documentaries and dramas to — yes — the timeless and beloved easy-going flicks. For film choices, you can never go […]

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‘Sound of Metal’ Star Paul Raci Talks Growing Up With Deaf Parents

“Sound of Metal” follows the story of heavy metal drummer Ruben (Riz Ahmed) who begins to lose his hearing. Stumbling upon a rural shelter for deaf recovering addicts, Ruben meets Joe (Paul Raci), a recovering alcoholic who lost his hearing in the Vietnam War. The film was named one of the 10 best films of […]

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‘Promising Young Woman’ Wins Best Film and Best Actress at Australian Academy International Awards

Emerald Fennell’s “Promising Young Woman” has won Best Picture at the 10th Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) International Awards. Carey Mulligan also scooped the Best Lead Actress in Film award for the film. Other winners include “Nomadland” director Chloé Zhao, who became the first woman to receive the AACTA International Award for […]

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Janelle Monae on Why She Went ‘All In’ With ‘Turntables’ to Spotlight Doc’s Tales of Racial Injustice

“Turntables” is not, as you might guess from its placement in the documentary “All In: The Fight for Democracy,” a song written to extol vinyl. It uses that film’s exploration of the historical and recent suppression of Black voters’ rights in Georgia as a launchpad to explore “what’s goin’ on” in a nation still not […]

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