Alabama prosecutors drop charges against Marshae Jones, Facebook will ban anti-voting ads, and the Oscars may be getting a little less white.
When will we stop heroizing men for risking the world along with their lives?
Spike Lee, director of BlacKkKlansman, attends the 91st Annual Academy Awards, wearing the "Love" and "Hate" rings from his 1990 film, Do the Right Thing.
In 1979, six women directors banded together to challenge the male-run Hollywood machine—then the industry tried to erase them. On the eve of the Oscars, the Original Six share important truths about the industry.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has promised some changes.
Research on diversity and the film industry suggests studios are shooting themselves in the foot by promoting and awarding too many stories about white men.
We use different criteria to decide which creative products we like, and which we find worthy of recognition.
Birdman was a deserving Oscar winner, sure. But it also plays into Academy voters' favorite subject: themselves.
Sociologists at the University of California-Los Angeles have come up with statistical predictors for getting the nod.
Awards shows are great for women in Hollywood, but they can still do much more.
How the Academy Awards shrink the year in movies to down to no more than a few months.