With everything surrounding this year’s Oscars there has been a wealth of really great commentary out there.
Martha Lauzen for The Wrap gets it spot on in her article:
What did the latest Academy Awards prove? The Academy’s younger cohort can be just as sexist as the old guard? Any hopes that a new generation might value diversity in ways that the previous generation could not fathom are unfounded, even absurd?
Humor is a display of power. Those telling jokes occupy positions of privilege by commanding our attention and often disparaging members of other social groups. On Sunday evening, Seth MacFarlane, the Oscar production team, and the Academy – a group whose voting membership is 77 percent male — clearly reiterated and reinforced who wields power in the film community
Here is some of our favorite commentary picking apart the 2013 Oscars ceremony.
Apparently, People Have Beef With Quvenzhane Wallis (Racialicious)
Why Seth MacFarlane’s Misogyny Matters (Vulture)
Seth MacFarlane and the Oscars’ Hostile, Ugly, Sexist Night (The New Yorker)
How A Wound Heals (The Rumpus)
Below check out one of our favorite post-Oscar moments: When Jennifer Lawrence met Jack Nicholson.