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Stephen Rivkin, president of the American Cinema Editors organization, has issued a statement denouncing the Academy’s plans to present four Oscar categories during the commercial breaks and air the moments in condensed form later in the telecast.
The Academy’s plans “will not amount to enough running time to save more than a handful of minutes,” Rivkin says. “Although we understand the tremendous pressure put on the Academy by the ABC Network to shorten the show to three hours, we cannot agree with any idea that diminishes the effort for which we have fought so hard: to promote and recognize Film Editing as the key creative position that it holds in the process of making a film.”
ACE - Sentiments - Society - Cinematographers - Cinematographers
ACE’s sentiments echo those of the American Society of Cinematographers and Cinematographers Guild, as well as an open letter signed by an increasing number of filmmakers aimed at discouraging the Academy from moving forward with the plans.
See Rivkin’s full statement below.
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