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Sadie Sink poses at the photo call for the film ‘The Whale’ during the Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy, in September 2022. (Photo by Joel C Ryan/Invision/AP)

‘The Whale’: Viewers need to examine how teens are represented in the Oscar-winning film

Adult actors in ‘The Whale’ won Oscars for best lead and supporting acting in 2023, but if you catch up with awarded movies this holiday, the film’s depiction of teens warrants scrutiny.
Michelle Yeoh accepts the award for best performance by an actress in a leading role for ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ at the Oscars on March 12, 2023, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ and other Oscars 2023 films show a trend towards linguistic realism in Hollywood

Despite increasing use of non-English languages demonstrating broader acceptance of linguistic diversity in a globalized world, films sometimes suggest associations between ‘foreignness’ and villainy.
Regina Hall starred in two 2022 films that reflect her versatility as an actress – and the evolution of the types of Black films that are getting made. Araya Doheny/Getty Images

Yes, #OscarsSoWhite – but there are still plenty of reasons to celebrate contemporary Black film

Big-name awards can certainly be a boon for Black filmmakers and actors. But they don’t reflect the breakthroughs that have been made in the types of Black stories that are getting told.
Cate Blanchett plays Lydia Tár in the Oscar-nominated film ‘Tár,’ that explores power, gender and sexuality. (Focus Features)

Why we are fascinated by the Oscar-nominated ‘Tár,’ a story of rare female power in classical music

‘Tár’ shines a spotlight on the challenges of working in the ultraconservative world of classical music, including complex social issues such as misogyny, racism and homophobia.

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