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Oscars

Twitter Slammed for Launching 'Tone-Deaf' Oscars Ad Celebrating Women

Many users pointed out that the social media giant has been historically all too averse to fixing the ongoing harassment of women on the site.
Sirin Kale
3.5.18
Oscars

Oscars Devote Video to Representation Despite Still Being Bad at It

This past year saw many huge moments for representation on screen, though the Academy still has catching up to do.
Leila Ettachfini
3.5.18
Film

How Inclusion Riders Could Help Fix Hollywood's Diversity Problem

Frances McDormand gave inclusion riders a shoutout in her Oscars acceptance speech—here's how the contract requirements help ensure racial and gender diversity.
Abbey Bender
Zing Tsjeng
3.5.18
Fashion

Outfit Repeater Tiffany Haddish Will Forever Be Best Dressed

The breakout star's Alexander McQueen dress may look familiar.
Abbey Bender
3.5.18
LGBT

Daniela Vega Makes History as First Trans Presenter at the Oscars

She also starred in "A Fantastic Woman," which won the Oscar for best foreign language film tonight.
Leila Ettachfini
3.5.18
Oscars

Weinstein Accusers Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino Discuss Time's Up at the Oscars

"We're going forward until we have an equitable and safe world for women.”
Leila Ettachfini
3.5.18
Ask Him More

Men in Hollywood Shouldn't Be Allowed to Ignore Industry Sexism

Broadly's 2018 Oscars initiative #AskHimMore calls on powerful men in Hollywood to participate meaningfully in the conversation about sexism and abuse, and commit to working toward a safe, equitable workplace.
Sara David
3.2.18
tv

The Most Revolting Moments from Jimmy Kimmel's 'The Man Show'

Before Jimmy Kimmel was hosting the Oscars, he hosted a show where he humped women on camera, made fun of their weight, and joked that Oprah had to do "a little more sock washing."
Steven Blum
3.2.18
sexual assault

Kobe Bryant Predicted to Win an Oscar, Despite Past Rape Accusation

Over 16,000 people have signed a petition asking for Bryant’s nomination for Best Animated Short to be removed due to an alleged sexual assault in 2003.
Cole Kazdin
3.2.18
Reel Women

The Controversial Film that Earned the First Female Best Director Nomination

Lina Wertmüller's 1976 film "Seven Beauties" is a violent World War II picture that centers a chauvinist pig. It was nominated for four Academy Awards and still confounds audiences today.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
3.2.18
sexual harassment

Ryan Seacrest to Host E! Oscars Red Carpet Despite Sexual Harassment Claims

Seacrest's former stylist alleges that the TV host slapped her butt and pushed his erect penis against her. Seacrest has denied the claims.
Linda Yang
2.27.18
Film

'Let My Work Speak for Itself': Meet the Cinematographer Shaking Up the Oscars

"Mudbound" has made Rachel Morrison the first woman nominated for Best Cinematographer in the Oscars' 90 year history—but she doesn't want to be defined by her gender.
Sarah Hurtes
1.26.18