You are completely missing the point here (and no doubt elsewhere), the point here is that by pressuring judges or filmmakers to make decisions based on race and orientation before anything else is by definition racist. Decisions should be made on merit first and foremost. If the judges are the problem, then change them but forcing decision making to look at race / orientation before artistic merit undermines the status and importance of award ceremonies and minimizes the achievement of winning. The point is that we are heading to where awards will be political statements rather than statements of extraordinary achievement and that is wrong by any definition.
Is it conceivable that the judges voted what they thought was best regardless of race? Maybe, just maybe, the best shows won? Should we all be forced to vote based on race and the zeitgeist pressure? Articles like this are part of the problem. Unbelievable messed up times we live in now. I truly feel sorry for our kids.
Incorrect, the media actually goes out of its way to discredit and malign anything that is ‘white hype’. Case in point this very article; a movie, a piece of art, that is being labeled as racist for daring to have a white protagonist in the story. This is ridiculous to the extreme.
Woke assholes I assume
And the point is, it’s a pile of garbage and time shouldn’t have been wasted on examining said pile of garbage made up by rabid woke warriors.
Thankfully the marketing ploy of full frame seems far from taking over as manufacturers would have us believe. Also I’ll bet that half of Sony Venice shot features used a super 35 crop mode.