Sid Ganis was re-elected for a third consecutive term as president ofthe Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences this week following a meeting of the board of governors.Robert Rehme, an executives branch governor and previous Academypresident, was re-elected first vice president, while actors branchgovernor Tom Hanks and music branch governor Charles Bernstein wereelected to the posts of vice president.Producers branch governor Hawk Koch was elected treasurer and shortfilms and feature animation branch governor Jon Bloom was electedsecretary."I'm truly honoured to have the opportunity to continue to serve aspresident of the Academy," Ganis said. "There are so many interestingprojects going on in the organisation. I'm excited to have the chanceto help steer those along and to bring even more to our wide-reachingagenda."These will be the first officer stints for Bernstein, Koch and Bloom.Hanks has previously served a term for each of the roles of vicepresident and treasurer, while Rehme has served in various officerposts, including president, for a total of 16 terms.Academy board members serve three-year terms and officers serveone-year terms, with a maximum of four consecutive terms in any oneoffice.