LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The Oscar-winning academy has announced that the next film will be nominated for the world’s most prestigious award without any distinction between actors and other races.
According to a report by a foreign news agency, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which has won the most prestigious film award in the film world, has made a unique and surprising change in the nomination of films for the first time in history.
The French news agency says the Oscars were announced following protests around the world against racism and police violence.
The Oscar-winning academy made it clear that the award-winning academy would work closely with the Film Producers’ Guild, an organization of film producers, and would ensure that the film was nominated for the award. Provide equal opportunities for people of all colors and races.
According to foreign media reports, the academy has made it clear that this condition will not apply to films nominated this year, but next year’s nominations and awards will be decided on that basis.
Protests against racial discrimination have been going on around the world for more than two weeks after the brutal murder of black American citizen George Floyd by the police.
George Floyd, a black American, was killed in the violence of a former police officer in the US state of Minnesota, Dark Chow, as can be seen in the video that went viral on social media.
The video clearly shows George Floyd, a white police officer, sitting on his knees for a long time, and George Floyd shouting, “Please call my mother, I’m not breathing.”