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Dan Levy’s Tux at the Oscars Afterparty Had a Hidden Message From a Canadian Poet

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Grab a Box of Tissues and Watch Bao, The Toronto-Set Short That Won an Oscar

The CN-Tower made a surprise appearance at last night’s ceremony.

It seems that the members of the Academy have a sweet affinity for the city landscape of their chilly, northern neighbour. On the heels of last year’s best picture win for A Shape of Water—the Guillermo del Toro fish sex film shot in recognizable scenes around the 6ix—the Oscar for Best Animated Short went to Bao, a film about a Chinese-Canadian woman raising her dumpling child in Toronto’s Spadina Street Chinatown.

Accepting the award was Domee Shi, a graduate of the animation program Sheridan college whose family moved to Toronto from Chongquing, China when she was three-years-old...

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All the Women Who Weren’t Nominated For an Oscar This Year

Debra Granik, Lynne Ramsay, Rachel Morrison… it’s a long list

The Oscar nominations are out, and there’s plenty that’s noteworthy about this year’s crop of nominees: Black Panther became the first superhero film to be nominated for Best Picture; astoundingly, this is Spike Lee’s first Oscar nomination for directing (for BlackKklansman); Lady Gaga became just the second person (after Mary J Blige) to be nominated in both acting and song categories in the same year; and Yalitza Aparicio, star of Roma, is the first indigenous Mexican actress nominee.

Also noteworthy: the absurd lack of women across most major categories, including directing, screenwriting and cinematography.

Just as at the 2018 Golden Globes, wh...

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