Film Academy revises Oscar rules after social media controversy
MOSCOW, May 2 – RIA Novosti. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced a major overhaul of the Oscar rules. writer Guard.
Among the updates is a ban on public discussion of voter preferences. Even if they are anonymous, they are not allowed to communicate with the press. Academy members may also not use social media to “encourage or discourage voting for a movie, performance, or achievement.”
The changes were made following a series of events related to promotional campaigns for the 2023 Oscars. One of them is Andrea Riseborough’s controversial nomination for her role in the obscure movie For Leslie. The tape was praised by Hollywood stars on its pages on social networks. In the vote to nominate the candidates, Charlize Terron, Cate Blanchett, Jennifer Aniston, Gwyneth Paltrow supported her colleague with their posts on microblogs. Such activities appeared suspicious to some. The Film Academy evaluated the situation separately. It ended with the Riseborough nomination.
Another event is the sharing of Michelle Yeoh. He posted screenshots from a Vogue article. The publication praised his game and explained why Yeo should win, not Cate Blanchett. Celebrity deleted his post. Later, Yeoh received a figurine.
The condemnation also came from the February party hosted by Jerry Bruckheimer, producer of the blockbuster “Top Gun 2: Maverick” starring Tom Cruise. There were several people who participated in the Oscar vote on it. And that’s against the Film Academy Charter.
Oscar awards found their owners on March 13, 2023.
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