Oscar award Marlee Matlin, a deaf actor who starred in “CODA,” which won the Best Work of the Year, was elected to the Academy’s board of directors, the organization said Wednesday. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the annual Oscar awarding agency, said Matrine is part of the governor’s new slate, which will take office in the 2022-23 season.
The governor is selected from 17 branches of filmmakers, including actors such as Matrine, directors, producers, editors, and visual effects crews. They oversee the work of the academy. Other notable members of the Academy’s board include Steven Spielberg and “Selma” director Ava DuVernay. Matrine takes over the vacant seats of the actor’s brunch left by Laura Dern (“Marriage Story”) to Whoopi Goldberg (“Ghost”, “The Color Purple”) and Rita Wilson (“Sleepless in Seattle”). I will join.
Matrine, the first hearing-impaired to win the Oscar for “Children of a Lesser God,” was welcomed this year for her role as a slightly eccentric and vulnerable mother in “CODA.” A soothing indie film is the story of a high school teenage ruby (a deaf child (CODA)). She manipulates her musical ambitions by her family’s reliance on her for communication with her auditory world. The film overcomes the fierce competition to secure Apple’s long-awaited Best Film Award, defeats streaming rivals such as Netflix and Hollywood’s traditional studios, and breaks down the expression of people with disabilities on a silver screen. Brought victory. – AFP