The Importance Of Winning The Oscars Award Essay

1556 Words May 19th, 2016 null Page
Every year, more than millions of audiences gather to watch The Oscars all over the world that stands the most authoritative awards of American film industry. Each award is based on the Academy voting membership. The members of Academy are all of the excellent film artists who active in the film area. Becoming the members needs to be sponsored by at least two Academy members and passes the selection of Academy’s Board of Governors carefully (Academy Membership, 2015). Therefore, winning The Oscars award is a goal and achievement of each filmmaker. The Oscars started in 1929 and has already held for 88 years. During this long history, the race problem has always been mentioned. For this year, before the 88th Oscars, this high controversial topic, #OscarSoWhite, broke out on the Internet. Some of black film stars, like Spike Lee and Jada Pinkett Smith, pronounced statements to refuse present in The Oscars. The reason was that no black actor or actress has been listed on the Oscar nominees for 2 years.
At the opening of the 88th Oscars, the first time, the Academy of Motion Picture Ares and Sciences (A.M.P.A.S) stood out and chose a black host, Chris Rock, to explain the problem of #OscarsSoWhite. He used an entreating way to state that The Oscars didn’t have discrimination about the race, and A.M.P.A.S always took choosing the best film as their standard. No black actor or actress was listed on the Oscar nominees that was happened before, but at that time,…

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