Oscar winner is… a white, middle-aged man

The Telegraph U.K. reports: After a year in which statistics showed women being increasingly marginalized in the film industry, the 2015 Oscar nominations have been criticized for featuring too few women and too many middle-aged white men. Reaction on the internet was fierce. When David Daniel pointed out the stark lack of diversity in the nominations, it was retweeted more than 1,200 times in 20 minutes. All of the nominations for both Best Adapted and Original Screenplay, … [Read more...]

Nature Is Speaking, Julia Roberts is voice of Mother Nature

Nature Is Speaking – Julia Roberts is voice of Mother Nature Our movement is dedicated to managing those things we can control. Better. Country by country. Business by business. Human by human. We are not about us vs. them. It doesn’t matter if you’re an American, a Canadian or a Papua New Guinean. You don’t even have to be particularly fond of the ocean or have a soft spot for elephants. This is simply about all of us coming together to do what needs to be … [Read more...]

International SWAN Day – Celebrated globally on March 30

WomenArts works to empower an international community of women artists and allies by sharing news about inspiring arts projects and funding opportunities, and by facilitating the annual world-wide Support Women Artists Now (SWAN) celebrations in March and April. Support Women Artists Now Day! SWAN Day/Support Women Artists Now Day is an international holiday designed to showcase the power and diversity of women’s creativity. Be a part of SWAN Day by creating or participating in a local … [Read more...]

OSCARS 2011: Celebrating Best Actress Nominees!

Best Actress   Nominees: Jennifer Lawrence in Winter's Bone Annette Benning in The Kids Are All Right Helen Mirren in The Tempest Carey Mulligan in Never Let Me Go Natalie Portman in Black Swan Winner: Portman. Carey Mulligan was a front runner in 2010 with her role in An Education and she will again this year, but Never Let Me Go may have to lean on supporting categories while Natalie Portman rises to the top as the ballerina on the brink of nervous breakdown in Black Swan. Previously … [Read more...]

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