How Bao’s house of women brought new dimensions to Pixar animation
Interview - Bao Filmmakers Domee Shi and Becky Nieman-Cobb
The Oscar nominations come out January 22 and Canadian director Domee Shi is already on the shortlist with Bao. She can’t talk about the Academy Awards, but the Toronto-raised animator says just making the short at Pixar feels like a victory.
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Pop This! Episode 16 - The Oscars
What fresh hell is this? Given the number of awards shows in your face and in your daily feed, are the Oscars even relevant? The Pop This! team tells the man where he can put his gold statuette...
Featuring Lisa Christiansen and Andrea Warner. And Dorothy Woodend. Produced by Andrea Gin.
A sampling of what you might hear in Episode 16: The Oscars...
Back from Vegas...
Mariah Carey was everything I could have asked for and more… There was an awkward moment where two people came up from the audience to talk with her, Bev and Andy...
Email us and tell us how much you paid for that.
I left $18 at the Paris.
There are more and more awards broadcast... you didn’t have access to the same repetition.
It's just a popularity contest... even at the Vancouver Critics Circle...
You have to think like Bob Hope.
Do the old Academy members need to die?
Your time is done Woody Allen. You can go off and play shuffleboard.
Redford defends Sundance’s record on diversity
Film: Sundance Film Festival 2016
Sundance Film Festival founder Robert Redford says the whole reason he started programming films in Utah's Wasatch Mountains was to broaden the world of mainstream filmmaking to include other voices.
By Katherine Monk
PARK CITY, UTAH - It used to be called an “Oscar race.” Now it’s all about race and the Oscars.
It’s an issue that’s settled into the tissue of the film industry like a bad infection, threatening to throw the whole system into sepsis, and prompting a wholesale change to the way the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences functions as an organization.
Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs announced new initiatives Friday, hoping to stop the growing momentum behind a celebrity boycott, assuring the public the Academy membership would look a lot different by the year 2020, with more representation from non-white males, and more women.
Even here at the Sundance Film Festival, where the mountain air and a host of ...