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Academy Dialogues: The Erasure of Latinos In Hollywood

Academy members, including Marvel Studios EVP of Production Victoria Alonso, casting director and producer Carmen Cuba (“The Martian”), director Nadia Hallgren (“Becoming”), and American Entertainment Marketing President Ivette Rodriguez, explores the complexity of being Latin, the legacies of colonialism, identity, and solutions for inclusion.

Moderated by Lorenza Muñoz, EVP, Member Relations and Awards.

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#AcademyDialogues is a new series of virtual panels for members and the public, as a part of Academy Aperture 2025, called “Academy Dialogues: It Starts with Us,” with conversations about race, ethnicity, gender, history, opportunity and the art of filmmaking. These discussions focus on the industry-wide systemic changes that are needed to afford greater opportunities to women and people from underrepresented ethnic/racial communities and to create a new narrative for recovery.

More information on “Academy Dialogues: It Starts with Us,” can be found here:
https://www.oscars.org/news/academy-launches-new-conversation-series-race-and-gender-equity-filmmaking-academy-dialogues-it

#VictoriaAlonso #CarmenCuba #NadiaHallgren #IvetteRodriguez

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