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Netflix defends film strategy after Steven Spielberg's Oscars criticism

The statement comes amid reports Spielberg will voice his concerns about Netflix titles to the Academy.

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'Black Panther' scores three historic Oscars

Triumph for African American talent, Marvel Studios

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Oscar winner Spike Lee provokes Trump, reacts to 'Green Book' win

“The ref made a bad call,” filmmakers tells press backstage.

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No-host Oscars 2019 brings quicker pace and friendly tone

Presenters included Serena Williams and Julia Roberts.


Raspberries, tears and laughter: the best Oscars 2019 speeches

Olivia Colman:, “If by the way I forget anybody, I’m going to find you later and I’m going to give you all a massive snog.”

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'Green Book' wins best picture at 2019 Oscars

ROMA wins three Oscars for Netflix/Participant Media.

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Oscars 2019: Full list of winners

Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Favourite and Alfonso Cuarón’s ROMA began night on 10 nominations apiece.

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Academy relents on Oscar TV show plan

Awards in the four affected categories are back in the ceremony TV broadcast.

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Academy responds to open letter blasting Oscar plan

Statement follows open letter from nearly 100 filmmakers about decision to present four Oscars during commercial breaks.

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ScreenSkills head of film won't cast Oscars votes in protest at excluded categories

Gareth Ellis-Unwin says plan to cut four categories from TV broadcast ”is a damaging move”.

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Industry outrage grows over Academy Oscar plan

Notables including Alfonso Cuaron, Christopher Nolan and George Clooney add names to open letter.

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Filmmakers slam move to cut four categories from Oscar broadcast

Alfonso Cuaron, Guillermo del Toro and Jason Reitman among those who have criticised the decision.