Diversity among Oscar winners

Friday, February 20, 2015

Art director, designer and animator Bard Edlund takes a look at the diversity among the winners of the Academy Awards.
A lot of noise has been made about the lack of diversity among nominees for the Oscars this year. This video shows how many black, hispanic, and asian winners there have been throughout history, across four main categories -- best actor/actress, supporting actor/actress, writing (original and adapted screenplays), and directing.

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1 comentarii:

Grom el Único said...

Pedro Almodóvar won Oscar's Best Writing, Original Screenplay in 2002 ("Talk to her").
Javier Bardem, Oscar's Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in 2007 ("No Country for Old Men").
And Penélope Cruz won Oscar's Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in 2008 ("Vicky/Cristina/Barcelona).

First notice we the spaniards are not hispanic...

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