Glenn Whipp

LA Times

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Films must have more diversity in front of or behind the camera to qualify for Best Picture — beginning in 2024.

New diversity rules to qualify for the Academy Awards — will they make Oscars not so white?

Films must have more diversity in front of or behind the camera to qualify for Best Picture — beginning in 2024.

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Six women have accused Brett Ratner of sexual harassment. He has denied the allegations.

The list keeps growing: Brett Ratner now accused of sexual harassment

Six women have accused Brett Ratner of sexual harassment. He has denied the allegations.

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Nearly 40 women have come forward with sexual harassment stories involving director James Toback.

Film director James Toback at center of sexual harassment scandal

Nearly 40 women have come forward with sexual harassment stories involving director James Toback.

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