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I’m sitting down to watch (and live-tweet) the #Oscars, and Black talent and stories may take the night. Like a lot of things happening right now, signs of progress are also signs of just how far we have to go. (1/6)
For every #Moonlight that illuminates the breadth and depth of Black lives, and for every #JudasandtheBlackMessiah that tells the truth about racism in law enforcement and politics, there are a hundred movies and TV shows doing just the opposite. (2/6)
Tonight, I’m looking forward to celebrating Black art and artists like @ViolaDavis, #JudasAndTheBlackMessiah, and of course the late, great Chadwick Boseman. But in addition to celebrating the best, we must also challenge the rest. (3/6)
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El lunes 15 de marzo se anuncian las nominaciones al #Oscar y aquí os traemos las 17 películas imprescindibles de cara a los #Oscar2021 , a una semana de las nominaciones. ¡Empezamos!

#Borat2 En condiciones normales, una secuela de una comedia tendría nulas opciones en los Óscar, pero el regreso del periodista kazajo interpretado por Sacha Baron Cohen ha llegado en el año adecuado.
#Da5Bloods #HermanosDeArmas La película de #SpikeLee para #Netflix parecía haber perdido fuelle poco después de su estreno, pero ha ido recobrando opciones con el paso del tiempo y ahora lo raro sería que ni siquiera estuviera nominada.
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Throughout #BlackHistoryMonth, we’ve had the pleasure of talking with some amazing Black creators bringing wonderful art to the screen.

Here’s a quick look back at those interviews, which we would highly recommend reading:
“One of the big surprises … was the length the FBI went to undercut Dr. King.”

Our first interview this month spotlighted Sam Pollard, director of the documentary @MLKFBI:…
“It is fictionalized, but it’s 100 percent powered by the facts.”

Kemp Powers, the screenwriter behind #OneNightInMiami, talked with us about that story, the mastery of @ReginaKing, and more:…
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#KarunaKumar's #Palasa1978 is made with a lot of conviction. The detailing of Slang & Language used and groundedness aspect of the movie is something that needs to be lauded. Very good Music & good Direction supported by very good performances. Powerful ending. Do watch.

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#ChintuKaBirthday is just fine. It has its moments. The trailer looked very promising, but the film did not have much to offer. Few decisions look forced & the "emotional punch" the makers were aiming at did not land for me. Nevertheless, makes for a good family watch.

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#ArunKarthick's #Nasir breaks your heart so quickly, you'll take a lot of time to recover. Beautifully shot and edited, the film will resonate with you for sure. It only takes a second for things to go out of hands and Arun pulls that off with such perfection. Must watch.

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