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We see the wokeness in movies and television shows. It was prevalent in awards ceremonies. However, according to her words, this black director didn’t get an Oscar and blamed it on Hollywood upholding whiteness.
Those in charge announced the nominees for the 95th Academy Awards on Tuesday. However, the Oscar nominees didn’t include any nominations for the movie “Till.” The film is about Mamie Till-Bradley and her quest for justice after the murder of her 14-year-old son. The critically acclaimed film did not get a nomination in any category for any award.
"My feeling is they should open it -- the border -- and just let everybody pour in ... What will really happen? Will they just come with knives and start killing everybody? I don't think so."
The film opens by showing the beauty of pre-Zionist rural Palestine. The film was shot in Jordan, where the landscape is very similar. We see Farha in her village, we meet her father and uncle, and it seems like what one would expect in a Palestinian village in pre-Zionist Palestine. And yet, I could not help feeling that something terrible was brewing. Maybe because I know all too well what had happened to Palestinians in 1947- 48, how the ethnic cleansing campaign had caught most Palestinians by surprise.
Kevin Feige, Executive Producer and Marvel Studios President and Marvel Chief Creative Officer attends the Moon Knight Los Angeles Special Launch Event at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, California on March 22, 2022. (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney)
Feige’s admission came during an appearance on The Movie Business Podcast with host Jason Squire, who asked him what the secret to Marvel Studios’ success is.
On the old comedy show “In Living Color” comic genius Jim Carrey did a routine that PERFECTLY depicts the Woke Culture that has since taken over large parts of the world.
30 years ago this was a joke.
Now people with this mentality are everywhere, especially in academia, government, and the mass news media.
Actor Alec Baldwin will face charges in connection with the October 2021 shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of the movie “Rust.”
New Mexico First Judicial District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies and Special Prosecutor Andrea Reeb issued a statement Thursday morning announcing their decision.
Satellite TV provider DirecTV has announced that it will be laying off hundreds of managers in response to the cord cutting trend that has seen countless customers abandon its platform in favor of alternative methods of TV viewing.
The cuts will amount to around 10 percent of their current management, with management at DirecTV somehow accounting for around half of the firm’s overall staff. Friday will be the last day of work for the employees who are affected by the cuts.
A children’s cartoon produced by Netflix called Battle Kitty is catching the attention of parents who are shocked at the blatantly sexual and homoerotic nature of the program.
HBO’s “Watchmen” show is based on the comic book of the same name. In that comic book, one of the plots involves a villain staging an alien invasion that is meant to be so catastrophic, terrifying and deadly that it would unite all the various peoples of a deeply fractured world.
It appears that a different HBO project could be utilizing a similar philosophy, though perhaps inadvertently.