Rebecca Winters Keegan

The Hollywood Reporter

Guest/Host

Senior film editor for The Hollywood Reporter.

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No women are on the shortlist for best director. Only one person of color was nominated in the best actor and supporting actor categories.

Oscar nominations: Still white and male-dominated, but more international

No women are on the shortlist for best director. Only one person of color was nominated in the best actor and supporting actor categories.

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Sony studio has decided to no longer pay for 3-D glasses. Will other studios may follow suit? Kim the LA Times’ Rebecca Keegan take on the latest dust-up in the movie world.

3-D Glasses Dust-Up

Sony studio has decided to no longer pay for 3-D glasses. Will other studios may follow suit? Kim the LA Times’ Rebecca Keegan take on the latest dust-up in the movie world.

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This week the Motion Picture Academy announced they've changed the rules for the best picture category again. This year it could be anywhere between five and 10...

The Best Picture Oscar Rules Change...Again!

This week the Motion Picture Academy announced they've changed the rules for the best picture category again. This year it could be anywhere between five and 10...

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