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Hollywood’s First Female Black Oscar Screenwriter Winner Talks About Industry’s Diversity Problems

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Marcia Nasatir, vp production at United Artists in 1970s and the ‘precious’ screenwriter, an 2010 Oscar winner Geoffrey Fletcher has joined THR’s Scott Feinberg for the next fourth episode of “The Geezer and The Kid”.

From the recent experiences, we come to know about different discriminations such as gender and racial which are present in our society. There is a need to find out some measures to cover up all these. Marcia Nasatir said that she joined the Fourth episode of “The Geezer and The Kid” in order to discuss on this agendas which are now facing by the current Hollywood industry.

During the Academy, the final camp prevailed in the sense that after The Dark Knight was deprived of a best picture Oscar nomination six seasons ago, the Board of Governors long-drawn-out the best picture category to formulate it more likely that a popcorn movie would be able to land a best movie nom in the future.

There are indications that women in Hollywood are standing against each other again: Oscar winner Geena Davis created the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media; three-time Oscar winner Meryl Streep is financing a lab for female screenwriters over the age of 40; and Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence is holding out to be paid a salary commensurate to her box-office bankability.

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