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Cheryl Boone Isaacs
New Academy President Wants to Include More International Voters for Diversity
He was a dark horse in the race, where Laura Dern was a favorite.
Academy President Promises Oscars Changes to ‘Ensure This Never Happens Again’
Cheryl Boone Isaacs addressed PwC, Beatty and Dunaway, and more in a note to Academy members.
Warren Beatty Asks the Academy to ‘Publicly Clarify’ His Best Picture Mix-up
The Academy offered their apology for the incident on Monday.
Academy President Says There Can’t Be Borders for Art at Oscar Nominees Luncheon
“Strong societies don’t censor art. They celebrate it.”
birth of a nation
Cheryl Boone Isaacs on Nate Parker Controversy
“The important thing is for people to see it, and enjoy the film, be impressed by the film.”
Can The Academy Really Diversify the Oscars?
If the nomination roster next spring, or in 2019, or 2021, looks enough like America not to generate an OscarsSoAnything protest, that will be a victory.
Oscars Chiefs Respond to Rule-Changes Backlash
Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs and CEO Dawn Hudson shut down claims of ageism.
Academy Promises to Fix Oscar Diversity Issues
“The Academy is going to lead and not wait for the industry to catch up.”
David Oyelowo Slams the Academy in Speech to Its President, Cheryl Boone Isaacs
“I am an Academy member and it doesn’t reflect me, and it doesn’t reflect this nation.”
Academy Pens ‘Heartbroken’ Diversity Statement
The words come on the heels of major #OscarsSoWhite fallout.
Academy President Calls for More Diversity After
“We hope the film industry will also make strides toward becoming more diverse and inclusive.”
E. Alex Jung
Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs on
Snubs, Lack of Diversity
What did she have to say about the Academy’s so-called diversity problem?
Academy President Accidentally Nominates ‘Dick Poop’ for Best Cinematography
The real name is “Dick Pope,” which is only slightly better.